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  • The Last Cavalier Silhouette Romances
  • Heather Graham Pozzessere
  • English
  • 07 May 2019
  • 9780373470822

Heather Graham Pozzessere ½ 4 review

Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Heather Graham Pozzessere Heather Graham Pozzessere ½ 4 review Summary The Last Cavalier Silhouette Romances TimelessThe battle was raging the air hot with smoke loud with rifle fire Then the air turned dim with an eerie mist and for Jason Tarkenton captain in the Confederate cavalry the true nightmare beganVickie Knox was today's woman. What a lovely book I started this a few hours ago and couldn t put it down I always love to read a time travel and the romance is lovely between Vickie and Jason So I thought the love scene came a bit early on but I must not be in a picky mood so I won t uibble about it I really didn t know what the outcome was going to be exactly except the typical HEA so that kept me turning the pages The epilogue left me with a silly grin on my face and I m so glad the author included that All in all it was a wonderful book to pass the time

Summary The Last Cavalier Silhouette RomancesThe Last Cavalier Silhouette Romances

Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Heather Graham Pozzessere Heather Graham Pozzessere ½ 4 review Summary The Last Cavalier Silhouette Romances Omething had gone wrong with time itself weaving together past and present like torn threads of a tattered tapestry Something had gone wrong and in mending such shredded silk their loves and their lives might be the final sacrifi. Awesome read Graham s book takes place in the 1990s and in 1862 I enjoyed the book but there were times I had to force myself to read it mainly toward the middle

Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Heather Graham Pozzessere

Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Heather Graham Pozzessere Heather Graham Pozzessere ½ 4 review Summary The Last Cavalier Silhouette Romances Dressed like yesterday's wearing Yankee garb to play a part But playacting ended when a Reb stepped out of the mist and took her prisoner for realThey never should have met never should have battled never should have loved But s. Review also published at The Smut ReportHeat Factor There is sex Details are includedCharacter Chemistry She thinks he is a madman He thinks she is a spy prostitute If this isn t true love I don t know what isPlot They go back and forth through a scary time portalOverall This is some Confederate Apologist NonsenseI figured that this book would be ridiculous because it s a time travel romance But I was not prepared for the level of nonsense that these characters spout Here for example is Vickie a 20th century woman reassuring Jason a Confederate Cavalry Officer that the Civil War was not fought in vain and that reenactments are awesome No No it s much much than a game Don t you see that It s history It s remembering it s keeping the heartache and the pain alive It s a way of honoring all that happened then You shouldn t be angry You should be grateful No man who fought died in vain Not Yanks not Rebels You tested our nation You broke it apart You fought and died and in the end over time you made it whole you made it strong What happened probably had to happen so that we could meet the twentieth century with the strength needed to survive to arise a world power I am not the historian of our bunch and I am certainly not a Civil War reenactor but this feels wrong Yes the Civil War broke the nation apart and yes tons of people continue to argue the details of battles and reenact them but I don t know that the Civil War is what made the United States strong and powerful enough to dominate the 20th century Or if it did that was a good thing but I guess this was written close enough to the end of the Cold War that world domination over Godless Communism was still a net positiveAnd in general the main contemporary characters Vickie and her grandfather show a huge amount of sympathy to the Confederacy and pride in their Southern heritage Again this probably tracks but I don t really find it sympathetic in a romantic heroine Anyways the basic plot is that a time portal opens that connects some battle during the Civil War with a specific reenactment of that battle in the 1990s the days of the week and the weather match up perfectly so there s some kind of time warp Jason ends up going through it and stumbles upon Vickie conveniently wearing period garb while visiting the reenactor encampment They have sex literally twelve hours after they meet because it s true love even though during those twelve hours he has kidnapped her and is convinced that she ll rat him out to the dirty YanksVickie teaches Jason about the 20th century and have I mentioned that it s true love She tries to convince him to stay but he can t because he has to save his brother and his honor There is a completely stupid interlude in a hospital during which Jason calls his African American doctor a darkie ok probably accurate but really Why include this if you re not actually going to deal with race or slavery in any meaningful way and is a jerk to a nurse for no reasonBut he has to go back But then Vickie follows him to say goodbye and they have some stupid adventures where she s caught by some Evil Yankees There is some back and forth through the Time Portal of DOOM and finally Vickie decides to go back to the past with Jason where they will live happily ever after in a land of no penicillin Not to mention that they ll be living on a plantation in the Reconstruction era South granted Virginia but still which seems like a TERRIBLE life choice But it s ok because in the 1990s there is AIDS which cancels out the no penicillinAlso according to this book s logic it doesn t matter when you are as long as you re with the Right Person and have Love which sounds nice on paper but I don t think it works like that in practice At least Diana Gabaldon is honest about the struggles Claire faces as a 20th century woman who ends up in the 18th centuryHonestly I maybe could have overlooked the terrible life choice of living in the past if Vickie and Jason had believable chemistry They claim that they re in love a LOT and have some steamy sex scenes Jason is baffled by bras and zippers Humor but they show their chemistry through that fake banter fighting thing that some authors do and I do not dig it Like there s a scene where Jason promises to follow Vickie s lead so that he won t get tossed in a loony bin and then immediately turns on his Southern Gentleman Honor and doesn t follow her lead at all And she hisses at him angrily And this is supposed to be lovableIt s all cool though because he protects her and she likes it Therefore after knowing each other for 24 hours they decide that time and space are irrelevant and they are Meant To Be I wonder what their relationship is like when Vickie is knee deep in diapers without a washing machine and Jason realizes that his wife has never cooked without a microwave never mind on a stove that needs a fire in it Blog Twitter Facebook Instagram