Review: A SOLDIER’S EMBRACE by Julie Romero

Reviews by Molly reviewed A Soldier’s Embrace by Julie Romero for the U.S. Civil War Reading Challenge 2011.  Here’s an excerpt:

Elizabeth Davenport’s character is strong and full of fight and beauty, as she finds herself kidnapped by what she thought was Calvary men. Traveling with her Aunt back to Denver and her soon-to-be fiance, her stage is robbed and she’s kidnapped by these Calvary men, one of whom bears a VERY strong resemblance to her intended; so much of a resemblance that for a minute she thinks he has a twin. But, he wouldn’t lie to her….would he? Traveling along side Elizabeth, I felt for a moment as if I could feel everything she felt, the trembling, the attack, the rescue. All of it was as if I was Elizabeth.

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