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Review by Trio
This is the fourth book I’ve read in Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead’s standalone The Captivating Captains series, and it’s by far the most romantic. These talented authors expertly deliver a wide range of humor, mystery, and flawless historical themes in their stories, and we can always count on them for incredibly erotic love scenes. For me, The Captain and the Prime Minister has a level of intimacy and raw vulnerability that sets it apart from the rest. This is the kind of novel that’s meant to be savored. So, curl up on the couch with a glass of wine or a cup of tea, and just get lost in the wonderful romance of it all.
Review by love bytes reviews
What do you think it’s been Captain Tom Southwell’s natural choice of profession after leaving the army? Why, of course being a nanny! It was hilarious the way he explained that working with children requires the exact same skills set as being in the military: heavy -lifting, strategy, and cleaning up other people’s mess. I completely understand Tom’s choice, because he’s amazing with twins Alastair and Madeleine. It doesn’t make any difference to him that they’re the PM’s children, because he loves them as his own, and to him Alex Hart has stopped being a high profile employer a long time ago. What I found endearing was that, through the years, Tom and Alex reached an amazing kind of domestic harmony, fluidly completing each other’s movements in their home full review @ www.lovebytesreviews.com