Book Review: The Scarlet Coat


The Scarlet Coat

by Angela K. Couch

Pelican Book Group

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White Rose Publishing
Romance, Christian

Pub Date 01 Feb 2017 

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of The Scarlet Coat through the publisher and Netgalley:

We are taken back to the Revolutionary War, where we are introduced to Rachel, while riding her house, Rachel finds the street littered with bodies, one of those bodies her Father, but her brother survives.

Soon Rachel finds herself taken in a severely wounded British Soldier, despite the fact that he is the enemy.

Her brother must leave, and leaves her with the wounded, unconscious British Soldier, with the instructions to shoot him if he wakes up.

Rachel believes that despite the fact  The British Officer is an enemy, he deserves a chance at life, so despite her fears, and the danger she could put herself in she helps him live.

The British Soldier has no memory of who he is or the things he has done.  But in time the memories begin to return.

Will something more than a forbidden friendship develop between Rachel and Andrew?  

I give The Scarlet Coat five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.

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