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Just Like Old Times

2.19 of 5 stars 2.19  ·  rating details  ·  67 ratings  ·  6 reviews

Blush: This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic)

A scruffy peasant is picked up by French troops and brought to an officer during the Napoleonic Wars. A secret mission—and a woman’s life—are endangered.

A year or so later two men meet at a London club, where secrets are revealed.

Blush: This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic)

A scruffy pea

Kindle Edition, 14 pages
Published August 31st 2009 by Ellora's Cave
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I like seeing a story set in the WWI era. In fact, I wish to see more of them.

However, I wasn't sure if there was more to this story or not. As it stands, it needs a bit more fleshing out - if indeed it's a stand-alone story. If not, I'm not quite sure what the rest of the story holds for the reader.

I'm finding these short reads a great way to introduce me to authors I haven't read yet like Hetty St. James. Her writing voice appealed to me along with the story. As Cerridwen writes all genres, not just romance it was great reading this historical setting and looking forward to reading more of hers.
A short vignette about two soldiers behind lines in France during one of the many wars between France & England.

Kindle Edition.
It was like 5 pages long. I just didn't like it. Not enough time to tell any story or character development.
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Karol Patras
very good read, couldnt put it down!!!
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Having the books of Georgette Heyer and Agatha Christie as companions while growing up in the midwestern U.S., it's hardly to be wondered at that Hetty St. James would become a devoted Anglophile. When she decided to write a book, of course it was a Regency novel that emerged. Several others followed, although not all of them to the completed stage. Thanks to Cotillion, however, they soon will all ...more
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