Lie back and think of England… England, 1904. Two years ago, Captain Archie Curtis lost his friends, fingers, and future to a terrible military accident. Alone, purposeless and angry, Curtis is determined to discover if he and his comrades were the victims of fate, or of sabotage.
I enjoyed this, though maybe not quite as well as some other KJ Charles. The attraction moved quickly once it started, but I thought it worked. The MC was a straightforward bloke and it fit that he wouldn’t overcomplicate things once he’d come to a realization.
Told from a single POV, which worked well for a mystery / suspense.
I liked this better than the prequel, but then I tend to like m/m better than f/f 🤷♀️ Though I did see other reviews with the same opinion.