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    4.5 Stars!

    4.5 Stars! This was a really good read! It’s book 7 in the Survivor series but can be read as a standalone. Colin, known as The Pretender, married and left his wife for 7 years thinking he would die in the war. Now he’s back to help his wife, Daphne, with a mysterious problem she finds herself in. There is some mystery, humor, sexy scenes, and some parts where I wanted to slap Colin, who seems to be a bit emotionally stunted. Great book with a HEA ending and I recommend it- especially if you’re a fan of the series! *I received this book at no charge from the publisher and I voluntarily left a review.*
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    Just may be my favorite in the series

    This may just be my favorite in The Survivors series! Their wedding night did not go as planned and they’ve not spoken in seven years, but that all changes when trouble brings them back together. I love them together because that spark is between them and you can tell they are both fighting it for different reasons. Their emotions and feels slowly start to come to the surface and once they give in it is fireworks. I was on pins and needles when it came to her trouble because I didn’t know what was going to happen. It was fun seeing Jasper again because he caused some trouble along the way. There are a few surprising twists throughout the story that I didn’t see coming. Daphne is nothing like her friends when it comes to gossip and how she treats people. She is stubborn and full of fire and wants to fix her trouble herself, but she doesn’t know the danger that comes with it. I loved her right away because she didn’t hold back with anything or anyone. Colin knows things went badly seven years ago, but his past keeps him from showing his emotions. He would do anything to protect her and wants to be with her, but he runs when his emotions start to show. I loved his skills and when he finally was able to open up. Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review
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    Well written, romantic and suspenseful

    Spurned, rejected and set aside, Lady Daphne has had to face the ton and her spiteful friends to deal with the fallout of her husband's absence. His return to London should have resolved some of the issues they are facing but his continued avoidance of her gives society even more fodder for gossip. Colin knows that he has done badly by Daphne, but rectifying the matter is no easy task when the thing he fears more than war and battling the French is his wife's insistence that he tell her what he is feeling. However, it is his ability to keep his mask in place that allows him to deal with the difficulties that face Daphne, without casting blame or putting her down. Having known men just like Colin, who have difficulty in expressing themselves and facing up to their feelings, I could appreciate his pain and discomfort in having to face up to his feelings. But having been on the receiving end of similar treatment, I felt Daphne's pain only too keenly. My heart ached for her as Colin carelessly abandoned her at the beginning of their marriage and felt her rejection, disillusionment, and pain. The novel is well written with a plot that keeps one's interest throughout out. It is suspenseful and as the plot escalates, the reader is on tenterhooks wondering whether Daphne will be able to escape the determination of an evil man. The story comes to a delightful close, making one feel that all is well with the world. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    What A Great Romance

    I thought that this was a great read. The entertaining story line is filled with plenty of emotions, heat, humor, drama, danger, suspense and romance. I liked Daphne and Colin (it did take a bit to connect with Colin though) and I felt they were perfect for each other. This couple's road to a HEA was long and far from smooth sailing. Mistakes are made all around, past hurts must be overcome and each must learn to open their hearts to love.
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    Hero is Especially Wonderful!

    I enjoyed this 7th in series about a group of war heroes/friends and their HEAs. This features Colin, dubbed The Pretender for his ability to hide his feelings and blend in and Daphne, the headstrong duke’s daughter he marries and then leaves for 7 years to go wage war. They were obliged to marry because of their parents, but Daphne has always secretly loved him. However Colin finds it hard to show or even develop feelings as he fears loss and abandonment. There is some danger and adventure here, however rather than Colin automatically assuming the protective hero role, Daphne insists on helping to get herself out of the situation (as she caused it), and Colin is receptive and admiring of this. I liked that this hero was a bit different as they married young, and he had absolutely no experience with women (which is a rarity in the typical historical romance hero). I liked their growth, both individually and as a couple. An overall solidly good story.
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