Tag Archives: Captains

Top class love after loss romance from this excellent writing duo

TheCaptainandthePrimeMinister-cover-smallishThe Captain and the Prime Minister by Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This latest entry in the Captivating Captains series had a slightly different air to it, with it focusing on the romance between the widowed British PM and his manny and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

It isn’t quite as funny as the previous entry The Captain and the Squire which remains my favourite so far, but it still has wonderful moments of levity and the cutest twins ever to set foot in Number 11 Downing Street (it’s a bigger flat than Number 10 😉 )

Relatively angst free, it’s a sweet love after loss, friends to lovers romance with a typically British feel from this writing duo.

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A whole lot of fun in this Bonfire Night romantic short

The Captain's Flirty FireworksThe Captain’s Flirty Fireworks by Eleanor Harkstead & Catherine Curzon

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I do love the books these two write together, whether it be the historicals or, like this one, a more contemporary romance.

It’s short but no less sweet and very funny, with lots of puns relating to firemen and their poles, plus an obligatory cat stuck up a tree.

The very English feel of a small country village and the traditions of Bonfire Night are excellently presented.

Just a lot of fun.

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