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The Captain's Lady (Regency House Party: Havencrest Book 4) (edition 2019)

by Sara Cardon (Author)

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Title:The Captain's Lady (Regency House Party: Havencrest Book 4)
Authors:Sara Cardon (Author)
Info:(2019), 140 pages
Collections:Read & Reviewed
Tags:Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Regency, Clean & Wholesome, Clean Romance, Clean and Wholesome

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The Captain's Lady (Regency House Party: Havencrest Book 4) by Sara Cardon

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When you read a lot of romance novels like I do it's hard to find one that is unique and refreshing, with characters that you truly want to see have a happy ending, and that is exactly how I felt when I read The Captain's Lady. Charm radiates through this book from the first page to the end. Strong and unique leading characters with humble hearts quickly win you over and makes the story breeze by in a delightful haze.

The chemistry between Lucy and Jack is evident from their first humorous chance meeting and throughout every witty conversation, the banter charming. Lucy Brook is a rare gem in this era, being a strong-willed and independent woman in a position of power, with a good head on her shoulders, and Jack does nothing but support her, which goes against the opinions of almost every man in that time period. That fact was just one of the pieces of this story that won me over.

A house party with an uncommon twist, a cast of characters that are easy to become enchanted by, and a sweet tale that was over way too soon, The Captain's Lady captured my heart and imagination. ( )
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