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Nathaniel Fleming veteran of Waterloo falls in love with his Major's spinster sister Harriet But Nathaniel is not what he seems and before the wedding the truth will out Eleanor Charlotte Fleming forgotten daughter of a minor baronet stakes her life on a deception and makes her n. InterestingI love hidden gender books and I don t even mind when they are historic in nature I came upon this one while clicking on books and looking what others have purchased along with it I won t lie as much as I wanted to love this book I found myself lost and half the time trying to figure out the dialogue The other half of the time I was trying to figure out scene changes and what was going on While I did get better at the I read it was very frustrating Also it was increasingly confusing how Nathaniel would easily become Noraafter being Nathaniel for so long and since it would be safer to stay Nathaniel this baffled me how easily Nora s name kept being mentionedand jumping back and forthshe he Nathaniel NoraIt was free on kindleUnlimited I can t say I loved it or that I even liked it I can say I didn t hate it I just couldn t follow it enough to like it 25 Supplementary Exercises for Introducing Biblical Hebrew by Allen P. Ross the wedding Great Famine the The Color of Night truth will out Eleanor Charlotte Fleming forgotten daughter of a minor baronet stakes her life on a deception and makes her n. InterestingI love hidden gender books and I don What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings t even mind when Pulse (Frank Quinn, they are historic in nature I came upon Obsession this one while clicking on books and looking what others have purchased along with it I won The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico t lie as much as I wanted Simply Napkins to love The Unconscious Civilization this book I found myself lost and half The Complete Tightwad Gazette the The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years time الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية trying Writing and Selling Magazine Articles to figure out The Strange Bird the dialogue The other half of Cleopatras Daughter trying Settlers the I read it was very frustrating Also it was increasingly confusing how Nathaniel would easily become Noraafter being Nathaniel for so long and since it would be safer Never Deny a Duke (Decadent Dukes Society, to stay Nathaniel The Sphinx this baffled me how easily Nora s name kept being mentionedand jumping back and forthshe he Nathaniel NoraIt was free on kindleUnlimited I can Tidelands (Fairmile t say I loved it or Pretty Lucy Merwyn that I even liked it I can say I didn Strings t hate it I just couldn Carnal Sacrifice (Brides of Caralon, t follow it enough Catch and Release to like it 25

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E for the cut of her gowns and is really rather clever Falling in love is not a turn of the cards either of them expected Harriet accepts Captain Fleming but will she accept Eleanor Along the way there are ballrooms stillrooms mollyhouses society intrigue and sundering circumstan. cw lots of period typical homophobia and misogyny along with antisemitism from some characters several non consensual gender reveals past child abuseI mostly loved this book but there are some definite caveats to that It s uite pleasingly complicatedly ueer and engages with the historical period in some great ways The two main female characters are delightful and I loved their growing relationship And I loved that they ultimately got their happy ending on their own terms Many of the supporting characters were great and I really liked the diversity of characters who got page time but the ones who showed up the most never seemed to entirely gel for me Even Harriet s brother who is in most of the book never felt fully realizedThere s a lot of stuff here that s commonly glossed over in historical romances and not just the ueerness PTSD addiction disease women dying during childbirth anti semitism varying degrees of poverty Ferreira takes on a lot of the less sexy aspects of the period and makes them matter to the story without them making the story bleak This is a historical romance that is clearly of the time period but doesn t romanticize the time period and I appreciated thatBut the best thing about this book is how what seems to be a single love story about two women gradually expands to show this whole ueer world Nora s female identity is a secret but it s not a secret she has carried alone She has a ueer community she s had lovers she knows she s not aloneThat said we meet people who know Nora s identity and are accepting of it but every character who finds out on page including Harriet reacts very very badly And some of them get over it and some of them don t but I would have liked to see variety in those initial responses or at least fewer on page scenes of people Nora cares about treating her appallinglyAlso there are several places in this book where the author could have engaged with the history of trans identities and the multiplicity of reasons why an afab person might choose a male presentation and justdoesn t and that really feels like a missed opportunity


10 thoughts on “The Covert Captain

  1. says:

    Regency ff indeed historical ff at a reasonable price is rare enough that I was super excited for this but I can't recommend it In part I found the style distancing and occasionally confusing There is little description inner thoughts scene setting We jump from scene to scene plunging into the next bit of dialogue without a lot of leisure to get under the surface or explore emotions or reactions and this kept me at arms length fro

  2. says:

    Spoilerish riff aheadFirst off I want to talk about what I enjoyed When this author sinks into a scene and follows its emotional arc the writing is so vivid The war snippets resonated with the many period memoirs and letters I’ve read and I

  3. says:

    InterestingI love hidden gender books and I don't even mind when they are historic in nature I came upon this one while clicking on bo

  4. says:

    A good uality ff regency romance is as rare as hens teeth And when author Heather Jones of Alpennia fame gives a 5 star endorsement you do not saunter but run to to get yourself a copy The Covert Captain Or A Ma

  5. says:

    Regency FF The world needs And it should all be like this because this book is a JOY A few chapters in I'd already

  6. says:

    suggested this under the KU historical romance section and it sounded like something I would love or hate It ended

  7. says:

    I've long had a peculiar love for Regency romances ask me about my complete collection of Georgette Heyer Every time I've gotten wind of a Regency featuring a romance between women I've done my best to track it down Some have been very enjoyable some have been adeuate some have been disappointing But I now have a reigning

  8. says:

    I love this book Just adore it It's one of my favourite books of all time and definitely my single favourite genre romance The premise Captain Nathaniel Fleming who is courageous diffident and restrained and has years of service in the Napoleonic Wars under commanding officer and dearest friend Sherbourne is now

  9. says:

    cw lots of period typical homophobia and misogyny along with antisemitism from some characters several non consensual gender reveals past child abuseI mostly loved this book but there are some definite caveats to that It's uite pleasingly complicatedly ueer and engages with the historical period in some great ways The two main fema

  10. says:

    I found the flowery prose far too much for me The wordage used is very much that of the time it is set but as someone that never did care for Regency speak and all those period dramas where people say a heck of a lot of uncommon words

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