The Sentimental Soldierby April Kihlstrom
It is a dangerous assignment, but to assist Wellington, Colonel Harry Lang-ford agrees to disguise himself as a priest and journey to France on a fact-finding mission. All goes well until his travels bring him to a remote beach just
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April Kihlstrom comes into her own as a regency diamond of the first water with the concluding entry in her Langford family trilogy.
It is a dangerous assignment, but to assist Wellington, Colonel Harry Lang-ford agrees to disguise himself as a priest and journey to France on a fact-finding mission. All goes well until his travels bring him to a remote beach just when a body falls overboard from a passing ship. Instinctively, the gallant soldier swims to the rescue.
He discovers that he now shares the company of Miss Prudence Marland, a pacifist dedicated to finding a peaceful way to settle international disputes. Of course, it is not exactly clear why she is disguised as a Moroccan prince�
His duty is clear. He must gather the information Wellington so desperately needs, but he is also honor-bound to escort her to safety. Little does he know that Prudence will prove to be the key to solving an old family mystery.
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A great story with interesting characters. It was hard to put down. I've read it twice already. Harry is charming and Prudence is independent and together they hit it off.
This book is worth the short amount of time it takes to read it. It involves the common theme of a compromised lady having to marry the gentleman, but it was written in an enjoyable storyline. Ages are always important to me, there is nothing more annoying than the age of a character not matching up with his/her role. Ms. Kihlstrom aged her heroine according to the heroine's storyline.