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- Language: English
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Loving the Enemy (Book B!tches Companion Novella 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I'll be honest wasn't sure how much of this I would
Read not really into historical romances.
But I really enjoyed this read, I loved Emma's loyalty
And her mind to do what is morally right even if she unsure if it's the right thing.
Isaac was sweet loving and a true gentleman.
I loved how he watched over Emma without her being aware.
A sweet loving read I'm glad I had the opportunity to read
this via the ARC as I would not have bought this and
Will now not be so quick to scroll passed a historical romance.
She creates a world, everything seemed so real, there was detail but not too much to become boring. It paints the difficulties and fears of living in those times, especially as women, having little control or power compared to soldiers. But you really feel for how difficult times would have been just to survive.
Really glad i read it.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I am not a big fan of historicals ...but really enjoyed this one.
Emily and her family are awaiting the return of her father and her betrothed Jakob after the war. The family farms is about to go into fault and the women are doing their best to keep up so that doesn't happen. Up the dirt roads come a rag tag bunch of soldiers ...ill...exhausted..starving, problem being, they are the enemy. Emily's mother takes them in, feed them, cares for them.... while some do end up
dying... others survive, including Isaack.
This story takes you through all the trials and tribulations the women go through just to stay a float, and the blossoming relationship between Emily and Isaack.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story and highly recommend it!