New Releases: The Lady and the Officer

Book Title: The Lady and the Officer
Publishing Date: August 1, 2014

A little bit about the book:
Bestselling author Mary Ellis (A Widow’s Hope) presents The Lady and the Officer, Book 2 of her new Civil War historical romance series, which tells the stories of brave women and the men who love them.

Serving for a brief time as a nurse after the devastating battle of Gettysburg, Madeline Howard saves the life of Elliot Haywood, a colonel in the Confederate Home Guard. But even though Maddy makes her home in the South, her heart and political sympathies belong to General James Downing, a soldier from the North.

However, Colonel Haywood has never forgotten the beautiful nurse, and when he unexpectedly meets her again in Richmond, he is determined to win her. But while rubbing elbows with army officers and cavalry generals and war department officials in her aunt and uncle’s palatial home, Maddy overhears plans for a Confederate attack in northern Virginia. She knows passing along this information may save the life of her beloved James, but at what cost? Can she really betray the trust of her family and friends?

Maddy’s heart is pulled between wanting to be loyal to those who care for her and wanting to help the man she believes is on the right side of the conflict. Two men love her. Will her faith in God show her the way to a bright future, or will her choices bring a devastation of their own?

My Review: I'm pretty sure everyone has heard the saying "don't judge a book by it's cover" but despite knowing this I almost did. I didn't expect the book to be of much quality seeing the cover looked pretty cheaply done to me but I am so glad I actually decided to read the book. The Lady and the Officer definitely excelled over my expectations and I really enjoyed reading the story. I liked the morals of the main characters in the book and the Civil-War era theme. I will definitely looking be forward to more books written by Mary Ellis.

My Rating:  ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Note: I received this book through NetGalley.

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