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    Very enjoyable read. Interesting from start to finish
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    The Soldiers Girl

    The book captivated me from the beginning! The characters were believable, especially the ending! I wasn’t too sure about the German officer relationship etc! But read on to the end, now for my next read! The author must be thanked for such good research!
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    Fantastic book - hooked on 1st page

    This was the most wonderful book - engaging from the very 1st page It was exciting & also very well written - with twists & turns throughout I loved it
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    4 stars

    This was a decent read. I actually liked it! The beginning was a bit slow for me, going through Sybil's teenage years and meeting Jacques. I guess we needed to know more about how they met and how she came to becoming a spy. This book was overly descriptive in parts being that it was too wordy for me with certain things that I felt could have been trimmed. I also seem to have a streak of reading love triangles lately! Ugh its just so sad!
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    Awkward but interesting

    I have very mixed feelings about this book. I don't get the urge to read historical fiction that often but I loved the synopsis of this book and had an idea of a war-time romance story. I wasn't too far off but there was so much more to this book than I had ever imagined! I absolutely loved the storyline I discovered in The Soldier's Girl. While I was expecting more of a "nurse falls in love with soldier" type of story, what I got was so much more interesting. Espionage, danger, under-cover operations and infiltration during Nazi occupation? Call me intrigued! While the plot itself gave me much more than I was expecting, the character development and narration was lacking. I found all the dialogue to be quite awkward and rushed, which might have been done intentionally in respect to the French & German backgrounds but it made for a very uncomfortable reading experience. Out of all the characters brought to life in this book, the only one I really connected with was Wolf. Though he was one of the more.....let's say questionable characters, he was the only one I found that had any real depth and development throughout the book. Mind you, there wasn't much in his development but there was at least something. I kind of wanted to take him home like a sad, abandoned puppy. Sibyl and Jacques just irritated me and I could not stand Margeaux from her first introduction While I wasn't a fan of the characters and felt myself rushing to get past the awkwardness of the dialogue, The Soldier's Girl held a lot of promise and gave a very interesting look at the views of the lesser known affected by Hitler's reign. It was quite an eye opening and heartbreaking experience to read. This probably isn't a book I would read again, but I would recommend to anyone who has an interest in books based during war times and doesn't mind a little romance along the way. I would like to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for providing me this book to read and provide my own opinion.

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