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- Publication Date : April 8, 2020
- File Size : 2643 KB
- Print Length : 702 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Gnarly Wool Publishing (April 8, 2020)
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
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- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B086XJF67P
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #127,547 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I did find it exciting and suspenseful the last 1/3 of the book and raised my rating from 3 stars to 4. There is one lovemaking scene, within marriage and maybe heat level 3.5-4 out of 5 stars. I did like the H but at times wanted him to tell the h off for real and not in jesting.
This is book 3 of the series and at times was confusing because the character's from book 1 are in this a little and no mention of their wives. I went back to see when book 1 took place and it was a year AFTER this one, no wonder I was confused. Since when does book 3 take place before book 1. Since I haven't read book 2, no idea where that will fall into the time frame.
We do get HEA, but my oh my what a struggle to get there. No cliffhanger and no cheating. I am not going into the premise as the blurb explains it better than I can. Just what you may get out of reading it. (ljb)
Even the ending is a upper and leaves you feeling the better for reading it.
I loved this book for the character's growth, wisdom and love! I love this book for showing the bad character can have some good in him. This book was a joy to read and well worth the time to spend in this century!
This book highlights not just the cruelty and injustice of war but also how nothing really changes for the common man who fought to their death for their supposed rightful “sovereigns”.
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Myles is the golden boy hero, who is loved and admired by everyone and Devlin is unloved by her mother and others around her, so she puts up a prickly wall protecting herself, from her loneliness and despair. Everything about Myles irritates her, his winning smile, his practical jokes, but the frustration works both ways between the two..... therefore, could this frustration really be something else between them? This all comes to a head when Devlin is set to marry the Honourable Braden Tracey.
A set of events spiral out of control and whilst on this dangerous and frightening adventure, they realise that they both love each other.
Devlin is afraid to show her true self and her true feelings, as she has been let down so many times in the past. Myles knows that Devlin has been ignored and treated badly, but how can he bring this beautiful woman forward, so that she will open her heart to him and embrace the life he wants to share with her.
From the first few paragraphs, this story unfolds, filled with humour, plots, love and passion, twists and turns abound!
But for me, it is the way Kimberly explains how life would have been at that time, both historically and factually. It is the way she describes the fruitlessness of war, the waste of young lives, when these innocent young men are coaxed into fighting for a glory that doesn't exist, only to be left on the battle field injured or dying in utter despair.
This romantic and passionate adventure is full of wonderful characters, which help to make this a very special love story. I adored this book!