My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Argh, there better be a book three on its way because, although this wraps up the majority of the narrative, we’re still not at the end of the Revolutionary War.
The pacing in this one is faster, it’s more dramatic as Eli and Jack are now a pair in love but separated by duty. There’s a few plot threads still left open by the end of this which need some sort of conclusion but it’s still a rollicking good read.
Constance is still a brilliant solid presence in this and we get to know Randall Bradford a bit more too, with as few new characters joining the roster, the dangers are ramped up hugely over book one.
Without going into vast detail, there’s the usual beautiful emotions between Eli and Jack – and the incredibly hot sex – but there’s a few ups and downs too.
This is another truly engaging historical in a setting which often gets overlooked for romance.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.