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  • wonderful out of the box Regency romance

    Weathering Captain Storm is book 2 in the Spirited Storms series by Jane Charles. Wow! I loved this book. It pulled me in immediately and held me captive. I couldn’t put it down. I loved the characters. Captain Nathaniel Storm is one of those endearing rogues that you can’t get enough of. And I loved Isabella Valentine - the tireless “Florence Nightingale” of the Napoleonic war. I loved that this Regency romance is set on a battlefield. It is so out of the box and surprising. “He stopped directly in front of her and slid a hand around her waist, drawing her against him. Isabella had no choice but to tilt her head back and look up so that she could see him. ‘But first…’Nate didn’t finish the sentence but took her lips and pulled her even closer. His mouth claimed hers, seeking, plunging with desire. Her body flamed and her knees nearly gave way. This was so much better than she remembered...He plundered and took. Delved and tasted. She, his willing victim.” This is actually a sweet romance with only a few heady kisses. I loved it. I was given a copy of this book.

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  • Will Nate take no for an answer?

    They meet during the war and even with both being attracted to each other fate will have them separate. Nathaniel and Isabella’s story is full of twists and turns with secrets that one of the characters believe will destroy any happiness between them. The story progresses through a number of years and we see some very human flaws show up. I love when an author makes their character real showing what a person will really do or feel. Doubt is very real for many and this book dealt very well with that issue. This book was a joy to read and I highly recommend it. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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