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The Soldier’s Woman

(The Bladewood Legacy #1)

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  5 reviews
It is 1810 somewhere in the chaos of war-ravaged Napoleonic Portugal. Miss Charlotte Everslea, dedicated member of an ancient secretive Guild and skilled paranormal artefacts hunter, is hot on the trail of a madman who has stolen an arcane book with the power to change the course of history. Unfortunately, a reversal of fortune for the British troops has left her trapped ...more
Paperback, 310 pages
Published February 9th 2017 by Atlas Productions
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Brenda
Colonel Maximillian Bladewood had been separated from his men – the French soldier who seemed determined to end his life was suddenly no longer a threat; the young woman in front of him had a shocked and slightly frightened look on her face. That was the day Maximillian met Miss Charlotte Everslea, the woman who was to completely change the life of this tough and resilient soldier.

1810 and the British and French were at war – mixed up in that war were members of an ancient Guild, along with
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Isabella O'Sullivan
Feb 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Hooked from the very first page, I loved this Regency romp, and it's lead characters. Charlotte was so sassy and her dialogue was fantastic; Maximillian was wonderfully appropriate, frustrated and gentlemanly. A great read to escape into. Thanks to the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review.
Kathy Cohen
Feb 17, 2017 rated it liked it
I took a sidetrack from reading Viridian to Soldier's Woman by Kelly Lyonns. It's sort of a paranormal adventure story set sometime during the Peninsula War; it involves a young woman hunting a magic book and an evil villain, and a British soldier who rescues her. The characters are believable (the heroine is sensible and the hero is heroic), and the action is exciting and non-stop. It is the first in what is to be a series about the Bladewoods, the hero's siblings. Good debut novel, but it ...more
Shelley Nolan
Apr 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I had such a fun time reading The Soldier's Woman, loving the interactions between Maximilian and Charlotte. There was action, suspense, romance and even a dash of the supernatural, and I lapped it all up. A fun and exciting read for fans of romance, paranormal and historical books.
Angel Hatfield
Jan 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
The Soldier’s Woman was a cute historical romance with a twist of mysticism to add charm to the book. It takes place during the Napoleonic wars, a time period I haven’t read many books on. I really liked the flow of the book and the characters. I look forward to reading more from this author.
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After earning a living as a freelance environmental scientist, writer and editor, KELLY LYONNS has evolved into a creative writer. She cohabitates with three cats, two children and a husband in a house in Brisbane so packed with character even the termites live next door.

Burning questions about ecological sustainability and how to tie a Regency bodice, keep her on the internet deep into the night.
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