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The Soldier's Woman

3.08  ·  Rating Details ·  66 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Sera was moved by the plea of the woman who’d posted the ad for a surrogate to carry her dead son’s child. Beyond that, it sparked a need dormant within her. She still had her doubts as to whether she was actually cut out to be anyone’s mother, and whether or not she could juggle motherhood with her demanding business, but realized it was an opportunity she didn’t want to ...more
Published August 2009 by New Concept Publishing
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Nov 01, 2010 Chris rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This is one of those books that the story could have been great, but...

This has to be one of the most poorly written and poorly edited books I've ever read and I've read some beauties. The story had no cohesion. The timeline jumped around without anything to link the smexy scenes. The grammar was poor, there were a lot of words used incorrectly, the sex scenes were muddled with inconsistencies and the POV kept jumping around without warning. The main characters definitely had some chemistry and
Mar 15, 2012 Marie rated it did not like it
Ok my other issues with the book. The 2 main characters did not have one meaningful conversation. They hardley knew each other at all before they jumped in the sack and then declared love for each other. Plus there was no background info to explain why the Sera was the way she was. What situation turned her into this untrusting scared person. My ongoing dislike of the Sera continues when after Nigel saves her life and then gives her the best sex of her life, she dosent speak to him for 3 days! S ...more
Dec 16, 2013 Angel rated it it was ok
When I read the summary I was instantly captivated!!
But then when I got the book and started reading it I got one disappointment after another!!!
This book has a great blot that was poorly written .. Unfortunately for me, because I was sure I'd fall in love with this book and re-read it over and over again!!! That'll teach me not to judge a book by it's summary.. and to read other people reviews before buying any book ..
Sera answers an ad for a surrogate mother. A mother's son was dead and wanted a grandchild. Only the son wasn't dead after all. Very short read. It had lots of potential and I did like it but I felt it needed a little more development.
Nov 07, 2010 Melissa rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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