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  • The wedding journey

    Carla Kelly is the best bar none writer of historical fiction set in the Napoleonic wars you can practically smell the gun powder and feel the sadness of war.

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  • The title belies the depth of the st

    This is an incredible novel about the Eighth, the British 19th century equivalent of a modern-day field hospital, its dedicated surgeons, a ne'er-do-well corrupt soldier masquerading as an officer and a gentleman and the events that take place during the army's retreat in Spain during the Peninsula Campaign. As the abandoned Eighth tries gamely to follow the retreating army, its rag-tag members face many trials and tribulations. Captain and Mrs Randall's wedding journey is far from the idyllic honeymoon, disaster lurks around every bend and heroism is displayed in the most unlikely of men. I was genuinely sad to say goodbye to the characters in this novel.

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  • Excellent !

    Until I discovered Carla Kelly someb12 years ago, I thought that Signed and Harlequin romances were sensational bodice busters (not that I had ever read any!) However when a lead encouraged me to borrow a couple of her books from the library ( The Lady's Companion & Beau Crusoe) I wax hooked ! Wonderful creative, imaginative writing with Real Normal characters and very few lords, Iadies, dukes, etc. Great historical setting in The Regency period. Was thrilled to find this one - loved it !

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