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3 thoughts on “The Captain and His Innocent

  1. Sandra R Sandra R says:

    I thought the writing was excellent However for me I found there was not enough interaction between the Hh There was lots of inner dialogue and rethinking over and over and rehashing events that happened in the past for both main characters whereas I prefer lots of 'actual' dialogue to move a story along The spy story was involved and minor characters were fairly prominent and overshadowed the romance for me Other readers may not think the same way however so don't let my review put you off as this book is beautifully written


  2. Rachel Rachel says:

    Just couldn’t get into it Might try to read it again another time


  3. Fiona Hocking Fiona Hocking says:

    still innocent although now thoroughly kissed and wary of Lord Franklin


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The Captain and His Innocent In bed with the enemyThe war is over Napoleon is in exile and Ellie Duchamp's world is forever changed Now embroiled in a web of espionage on the Kentish coast Ellie finds herself at the mercy of a dangerous but intriguing stranger—former army captain Luke Danbury In a world ruled by danger and deception it's hard to know who to trust But try as she might to remind herself that Luke is her enemy innocent Ellie cannot help but respond to the craving she senses in the captain's kiss

  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Captain and His Innocent
  • Lucy Ashford
  • 10 September 2016
  • 9780373307296