A Soldier's Seduction by Em Brown

This is dramatic, suspenseful and steamy. Captain Bradford is stubborn and very determined to be his own man. His idea of an interrogation is unconventional to say the least. And he gets stung by it. Pauline is independent and entertaining. She travels back in time, but has a hard time believing it actually happened. She gets accused of being a spy and has to try to convince everyone that she is not a spy, and not change history. The storyline is captivating, but it could have gone further at the end. I enjoy time travel and this story is intriguing and engrossing.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my voluntary and honest opinion of it.


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