My opinion only but this book had plenty of historical romance potential with multiple plots and dangers, but there was no flow or excitement to this book until the last 70 or 80 pages. Sex is supposed to be the icing on the cake in a romance...this one had so much that the cake flopped.
When Colonel Colter Saxton found Elizabeth Waring hiding in the chaotic Confederate city of Richmond, he vowed to learn why she had betrayed his love and married another. Then he met Nicole, Elizabeth's young daughter, and discovered what their single night of passion had yielded. Although Elizabeth tried to keep him at bay, Colter refused to leave her side. In spite of the war, and in the face of constant danger, it seemed Colter was determined to keep his newfound family safe--and to make up for lost time with lovely Elizabeth.