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Captain Fred Wheatly’s comfortable life on the fringes of Bengal comes crashing down around him when his mistress dies, leaving him with two children he never expected to have to raise. When he chooses justice over army regulations, he’s forced to resign his position, leaving him with no way to support his unexpected family. He’s already had enough failures in his life. Th Captain Fred Wheatly’s comfortable life on the fringes of Bengal comes crashing down around him when his mistress dies, leaving him with two children he never expected to have to raise. When he chooses justice over army regulations, he’s forced to resign his position, leaving him with no way to support his unexpected family. He’s already had enough failures in his life. The last thing he needs is an attractive, interfering woman bedeviling his steps, reminding him of his duties. All widowed Clare Armbruster needs is her brother’s signature on a legal document to be free of her past. After a failed marriage, and still mourning the loss of a child, she’s had it up to her ears with the great lout of a captain who can’t figure out what to do with his daughters and the assumptions she doesn’t know how to take care of herself and what she needs is a husband. If only the frightened little girls didn’t need her help so badly. Clare has made mistakes in the past. Can she trust Fred now? Can she trust herself? Captain Wheatly doesn’t need his aristocratic family; they’ve certainly never needed him. But with no more military career and two half-caste daughters to support, Fred must turn once more—as a failure—to the family he failed so often in the past. Can two hearts rise above past failures to forge a future together?


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Captain Fred Wheatly’s comfortable life on the fringes of Bengal comes crashing down around him when his mistress dies, leaving him with two children he never expected to have to raise. When he chooses justice over army regulations, he’s forced to resign his position, leaving him with no way to support his unexpected family. He’s already had enough failures in his life. Th Captain Fred Wheatly’s comfortable life on the fringes of Bengal comes crashing down around him when his mistress dies, leaving him with two children he never expected to have to raise. When he chooses justice over army regulations, he’s forced to resign his position, leaving him with no way to support his unexpected family. He’s already had enough failures in his life. The last thing he needs is an attractive, interfering woman bedeviling his steps, reminding him of his duties. All widowed Clare Armbruster needs is her brother’s signature on a legal document to be free of her past. After a failed marriage, and still mourning the loss of a child, she’s had it up to her ears with the great lout of a captain who can’t figure out what to do with his daughters and the assumptions she doesn’t know how to take care of herself and what she needs is a husband. If only the frightened little girls didn’t need her help so badly. Clare has made mistakes in the past. Can she trust Fred now? Can she trust herself? Captain Wheatly doesn’t need his aristocratic family; they’ve certainly never needed him. But with no more military career and two half-caste daughters to support, Fred must turn once more—as a failure—to the family he failed so often in the past. Can two hearts rise above past failures to forge a future together?

30 review for The Reluctant Wife

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan James

    Fascinating historical fiction 1835 India and England This is the first book I read by Caroline Warfield. It won’t be the last. I love the characters and the historical background against which they move. Really well done piece of fiction. I am off to buy the sequel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bobbie

    As always Warfield skillfully weaves a fascinating adventure, part fiction and part historical. I love the way she writes!Captain Fred Wheatley is left with two children to raise in a far away country. He had never thought he would have to do this alone. Then, he meets the beautiful widow Clare Armbruster. This is the only book of this series that I had not read, and now I've read it too. What a great book! As always Warfield skillfully weaves a fascinating adventure, part fiction and part historical. I love the way she writes!Captain Fred Wheatley is left with two children to raise in a far away country. He had never thought he would have to do this alone. Then, he meets the beautiful widow Clare Armbruster. This is the only book of this series that I had not read, and now I've read it too. What a great book!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jude Knight

    Caroline Warfield writes a superb book, and has had me as a devoted fan since Dangerous Works , the first in her Dangerous series. The Reluctant Wife is her best yet. The hero, Fred, is one of the boys from A Dangerous Nativity , all grown up and following his boyhood dream of being a soldier. But his dreams have turned sour. We meet him in a village in Benghal, drinking his sorrows after the sudden death of the local woman who was his housekeeper and mistress. No better able to bear injusti Caroline Warfield writes a superb book, and has had me as a devoted fan since Dangerous Works , the first in her Dangerous series. The Reluctant Wife is her best yet. The hero, Fred, is one of the boys from A Dangerous Nativity , all grown up and following his boyhood dream of being a soldier. But his dreams have turned sour. We meet him in a village in Benghal, drinking his sorrows after the sudden death of the local woman who was his housekeeper and mistress. No better able to bear injustice and bullying than he was as a child, he has spoken for those without a voice, protected those without power, and been rewarded by demotion and sidelining. In his eyes, he's a failure; a failure, furthermore, faced with responsibility for his two mixed-race daughters. The heroine, Clare, bursts in on his life at that moment. She is the sister of his supervising officer, who is a pompous idiot, and bears deep scars of her own. In India only to get her brother's signature on papers that will give her financial independence, she is still grieving the loss of her only child, and sees herself as a failed wife, and a failed mother. From the first, Clare understands that what the girls need is their father. Fred takes some more convincing: across the Indian Ocean and the Egyptian desert, and on into England, where he and Clare must confront their doubts and fears, as well as facing down a bully from Fred's past in India; a bully who means murder. Fred's cousin Charles, Duke of Murnane, has an important role to play in this book, and we see some more healing from the damage his wife did years before to the relationship between Fred, Charles, and Fred's brother Rand (hero of The Renegade Wife ). Charles stars in The Unexpected Wife, due out later this year, and I can hardly wait.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lori D

    Another amazing story in the Children of the Empire series. A British soldier located in India, Captain Fred Wheatly is left with two children when their mother, who was his housekeeper and mistress, dies. Faced with doing the right thing and protecting those who are vulnerable, he is demoted in his job for not doing as ordered. Feeling a failure most of his life, he struggles when faced with care of the girls and no job. In walks Clare Armbruster, who just wants to be independent and live a qui Another amazing story in the Children of the Empire series. A British soldier located in India, Captain Fred Wheatly is left with two children when their mother, who was his housekeeper and mistress, dies. Faced with doing the right thing and protecting those who are vulnerable, he is demoted in his job for not doing as ordered. Feeling a failure most of his life, he struggles when faced with care of the girls and no job. In walks Clare Armbruster, who just wants to be independent and live a quiet life. But Fred's girls tug at her heart and she finds herself wanting to help since she has lost a child of her own. The author brings the characters alive and makes you feel their emotions. Fred has such issues and comes across as harsh but as the story unfolds, there are many past hurts he has suffered and he guards himself against being vulnerable. Clare herself has not had it easy but as the two get to know each other, the story brings forth some truths .Take the journey with Fred and Clare and see what is in store for them. This is another wonderful book by Caroline Warfield and I cannot wait to read more. I will follow her stories anywhere!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    M. Langlinais

    A quick and enjoyable read featuring engaging characters.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Aleen ~Lampshade Reader

    Originally posted on my blog: lampshadereader.com I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. The Reluctant Wife by Caroline Warfield brings a taste of India and England together in this tale of sadness, unfairness, redemption, and romance.   I was immediately drawn to the story with the avid descriptions of the Indian landscape and culture. I could almost smell the spices and feel the heat. The two main characters lent an amusing experience with their dialogue and resi Originally posted on my blog: lampshadereader.com I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. The Reluctant Wife by Caroline Warfield brings a taste of India and England together in this tale of sadness, unfairness, redemption, and romance.   I was immediately drawn to the story with the avid descriptions of the Indian landscape and culture. I could almost smell the spices and feel the heat. The two main characters lent an amusing experience with their dialogue and resistance of their attraction to each other. Fred is a character that grows on you. At first, I really didn’t know what to think of him. He had a somewhat nonchalance to the death of his mistress and housekeeper (an Indian woman) and his barely there acknowledgement of his children. Yes, he grieved but he was so out of his element that he did not really know his own household. However, I did get the sense of honor for his work as a soldier. So, at least there is that. His fairness in judgement and his strategic plans however, does not do him any good. It seemed that corruption was rampant and he was set up to fail by his peers. I seethed over the incompetence of his superiors and felt sad for him. Do two failures make a right? Clare, also has the weight of the world (or her world at least) on her shoulders. With a despicable brother and skeletons in her closet, hers is a sad tale as well. It makes her into a person who really doesn’t believe in happily ever after and does NOT want to marry ever again. But, it really takes two lovely children to bring Clare and Fred together. Their journey takes them from India to England, with more evils to defeat and families to re-unite. I really did like that part of the story. Fred’s family is one that I would love to be a part of. And his reluctance to see them really made me want to slap him upside the head. Oh Fred, you frustrating hero! Overall, this was a well rounded story that brought Fred back to his roots and away from his failed career. Clare’s stubbornness was actually part of her character and was used as a shield to protect her heart from future hurt. I’m glad that she also grew as a character and it took a family totally different from her own to do that. This book reads as a standalone. But, there is an interconnection with the other series written by this author.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Rogers

    Series: Children Of Empire – Book 2 Publication Date: April 26, 2017 This book is a delightful find and my very first by Caroline Warfield. Ms. Warfield paints such a compelling picture of the sights, smells, sounds and life in India that you feel you are there. Then, you add in a camel ride through a desert and a boat ride down the Nile and you are totally hooked! Can you believe a Historical Romance novel where neither the hero nor heroine are part of the ton? Well, we have it here and it is a wo Series: Children Of Empire – Book 2 Publication Date: April 26, 2017 This book is a delightful find and my very first by Caroline Warfield. Ms. Warfield paints such a compelling picture of the sights, smells, sounds and life in India that you feel you are there. Then, you add in a camel ride through a desert and a boat ride down the Nile and you are totally hooked! Can you believe a Historical Romance novel where neither the hero nor heroine are part of the ton? Well, we have it here and it is a wonderful change. Yes, there are dukes and earls, but they aren’t the main characters in the book. Our hero is a military man stationed in India and our heroine is a widow with a past. We also get a glimpse of English society in colonial India and I think it is probably even more restrictive than it was in London among the ton. I can only think that Captain Fred Wheatly has a split personality because of the two totally different ways he reacts to situations. He always does the exact right thing for the exact right reason and yet he always ends up in trouble. He is totally honorable and the people in the village where he is stationed respect him totally. Yet he doesn’t get promoted – why??? Well, the reason is that he treats people with respect rather than the brutality his superiors demand. Now – the other side of that split. He lives with his mistress and their two daughters in the village where he is stationed, yet he doesn’t even know his children’s names. I just can’t merge those two images of this man. Clare Armbruster is a widow and the sister of Fred’s commanding officer. She and Fred meet during a public confrontation outside Fred’s house – just after his mistress has died. Fred’s house steward wants to sell the daughters because they are half-caste and the cook disagrees with him. Fred comes home amid the argument and Clare steps in to comfort and console the little girls. Clare has always been put down and ignored by the men in her life and she’s looking to change that. All she wants is to sell the unmanageable house that has been left to her by an aunt and buy a small cottage where she can grow herbs. She has traveled to the small village near Bengal to get her brothers permission to sell the house. There are many mean spirited and hateful people in the story, but there are also many wonderful and loving people as well. You’ll love the little girls – they just steal the show. Meghal is older and very, very curious – not to mention brave – and Ananya is younger and very shy. Jonny is also a very sweet and special young boy – but you’ll have to read the book to find his story! I highly recommend the book. ** I received an eARC of this book from the author in return for my honest review **

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Cale

    I absolutely loved this book and devoured it in about day. It was the setting that stole my heart first. Warfield takes us on the trip of a lifetime from India to England, allowing us to peer behind the curtains so to speak to the rich, vibrant history many others only hint at. Her descriptions of India and everywhere in between were absolutely magnificent, and very much left a lasting impression. The characters are not what you would expect; Fred is a terrific hero, well-meaning but realistical I absolutely loved this book and devoured it in about day. It was the setting that stole my heart first. Warfield takes us on the trip of a lifetime from India to England, allowing us to peer behind the curtains so to speak to the rich, vibrant history many others only hint at. Her descriptions of India and everywhere in between were absolutely magnificent, and very much left a lasting impression. The characters are not what you would expect; Fred is a terrific hero, well-meaning but realistically flawed. It takes him some time to figure out how to be a good father to his (adorable, scene-stealing) children, and I thought this process as well as his dynamic with his extended family felt very real. He's far from perfect, but you love him anyway. Clare was an interesting heroine. She's very down to earth, but she's suffered great tragedy in her past and she's understandably reluctant to jump into anything new. Both characters are very developed; you believe the love story and you can see a happy future for them even when they're at odds. I was rooting for them the whole way. I was so impressed by the history in this book. Although it's clear Warfield has absolutely done her homework here, she wears it lightly and blends history and narrative together seamlessly to create a truly memorable, immersive experience. Wonderful!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    I happened upon this book quite by accident and had never read Warfield. It intrigued me because of the setting: India. I loved the book! Warfield is a wonderful writer and I especially loved and related to the characters. Not least of whom is a secondary character, a child, the hero's half-Indian, out-of-wedlock daughter. The hero himself is wonderful--he keeps stepping in to help others and do the right thing for the underdog, and always ends up paying dearly for it. To the point he regards hi I happened upon this book quite by accident and had never read Warfield. It intrigued me because of the setting: India. I loved the book! Warfield is a wonderful writer and I especially loved and related to the characters. Not least of whom is a secondary character, a child, the hero's half-Indian, out-of-wedlock daughter. The hero himself is wonderful--he keeps stepping in to help others and do the right thing for the underdog, and always ends up paying dearly for it. To the point he regards himself as a failure, as do his superior officers. The author shows us he is far from a failure--he's a hero. There are several wonderful themes in the book, and I enjoyed it immensely.

  10. 5 out of 5

    kate

    A soft 4. The hero was dumb as rocks. Right in the beginning of the book his mistress dies and he looks at his two daughters who both seem to be over 5 years old and live with him and has no idea what their names are. What an ass. But the book had it's moments and it's a follow up book to A Dangerous Nativity . So if you wanted to know what kind of a kid Fred grew up to be now you know. He's an ass. A soft 4. The hero was dumb as rocks. Right in the beginning of the book his mistress dies and he looks at his two daughters who both seem to be over 5 years old and live with him and has no idea what their names are. What an ass. But the book had it's moments and it's a follow up book to A Dangerous Nativity . So if you wanted to know what kind of a kid Fred grew up to be now you know. He's an ass.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Barbara "Cookie" Serfaty Williams

    The Reluctant Wife (Children of Empire Book 2) The love story of Fred and Clare. Fred is a captain in the British army station in India, after posting his mistress to a snake bite, he is left with two daughters and he has no idea what to do with them. Clare come to his home a tell him he must take responsibility for them. That begin they journey. Great story.

  12. 4 out of 5

    A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)

    4.5/5.0 Read full review in the 2017 July/August issue of InD'tale Magazine. 4.5/5.0 Read full review in the 2017 July/August issue of InD'tale Magazine.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    Captain Fred Wheatly’s comfortable life on the fringes of Bengal comes crashing down around him when his mistress dies, leaving him with two children he never expected to have to raise. When he chooses justice over army regulations, he’s forced to resign his position, leaving him with no way to support his unexpected family. He’s already had enough failures in his life. The last thing he needs is an attractive, interfering woman bedeviling his steps, reminding him of his duties. All widowed Clare Captain Fred Wheatly’s comfortable life on the fringes of Bengal comes crashing down around him when his mistress dies, leaving him with two children he never expected to have to raise. When he chooses justice over army regulations, he’s forced to resign his position, leaving him with no way to support his unexpected family. He’s already had enough failures in his life. The last thing he needs is an attractive, interfering woman bedeviling his steps, reminding him of his duties. All widowed Clare Armbruster needs is her brother’s signature on a legal document to be free of her past. After a failed marriage, and still mourning the loss of a child, she’s had it up to her ears with the great lout of a captain who can’t figure out what to do with his daughters and the assumptions she doesn’t know how to take care of herself and what she needs is a husband. If only the frightened little girls didn’t need her help so badly. I really enjoy the author’s books & her strength of bringing places to life is amazing. Her descriptions of places that were visited were so vivid that I felt I was there. The characters are very well portrayed too. I was so pleased to read Fred’s story after first meeting him when he was younger, I adore series so an added delight was the way this series is linked to the Dangerous series. A delightful read that I was loathe to put down, there’s plenty of action to keep you turning the pages & I look forward to reading more from the author who is fast becoming one of my must read authors My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

    Thank goodness, I have been in a reading rut, the last five books I read only rated two stars, so finally one I can say I liked. This has a good story, with a series of events unfolding that bring Fred and Clare (the main characters) closer together.The story begins in India, I liked the way the historical context was worked into the story. It was easy to like the characters, and they were well defined. Clare is a strong woman, she has been hurt by a military man (her late husband) and is reluctan Thank goodness, I have been in a reading rut, the last five books I read only rated two stars, so finally one I can say I liked. This has a good story, with a series of events unfolding that bring Fred and Clare (the main characters) closer together.The story begins in India, I liked the way the historical context was worked into the story. It was easy to like the characters, and they were well defined. Clare is a strong woman, she has been hurt by a military man (her late husband) and is reluctant to trust a soldier again. She has a strong sense of what is right, and has a kind heart. Fred is competent as a soldier, he is a natural leader, and chooses to stick with what he believes is right rather than take the easy way out. When his moral fibre leads to him being forced to resign from the army he struggles to envision his future outside of being a soldier. The story has good pace, it kept my attention as we see the romance develop. This can be read as a stand alone, which is good as I have not read the first in the series, I will be adding it, and number three to my "to read" list.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    When Fred finds himself alone with his two daughters by his mistress he doesn’t know how to go on. Claire has come across his household and takes the two little half caste girls under her wing. Fred’s life just seems to go down the drain from there. He can’t find out what to do with the two girls while he goes on patrol with his troops. Claire finds a girl to watch them. She is anxious to leave India. When his patrol runs into trouble his commanding officer sends him to the India company to have When Fred finds himself alone with his two daughters by his mistress he doesn’t know how to go on. Claire has come across his household and takes the two little half caste girls under her wing. Fred’s life just seems to go down the drain from there. He can’t find out what to do with the two girls while he goes on patrol with his troops. Claire finds a girl to watch them. She is anxious to leave India. When his patrol runs into trouble his commanding officer sends him to the India company to have his actions reviewed. Life has felt both of these characters blows that are hard to recover from. Can they help each other and still remain themselves? A interesting story that at times is depressing and yet is an easy read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cyrene Olson

    The first page starts with a lot of action we are introduced to Fred who learns he has two daughters to care for now. As their mother has suddenly died. A witness to this is Claire, who was hoping to speak to her brother Philip who is Fred’s Major in the army. Claire and Fred find themselves thrown into traveling together, which will hold many problems for them both. I really enjoyed this book it was filled with alot of action and suspense. Enough to keep the readers on their toes. I’m looking f The first page starts with a lot of action we are introduced to Fred who learns he has two daughters to care for now. As their mother has suddenly died. A witness to this is Claire, who was hoping to speak to her brother Philip who is Fred’s Major in the army. Claire and Fred find themselves thrown into traveling together, which will hold many problems for them both. I really enjoyed this book it was filled with alot of action and suspense. Enough to keep the readers on their toes. I’m looking forward to reading the next book by this author. Reviewed by Jennifer

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    This is book 2 in the Children of Empire series. I hadn't read book 1 but was able to follow the story pretty well so I would say that it can be considered a standalone. Clare is in India to get her bully of a brother to sign some papers and Fred is working for the East India company. Theirs is a romance that builds over time. I did enjoy the story but felt it was super long at times and wish the story would move a little bit faster. This is book 2 in the Children of Empire series. I hadn't read book 1 but was able to follow the story pretty well so I would say that it can be considered a standalone. Clare is in India to get her bully of a brother to sign some papers and Fred is working for the East India company. Theirs is a romance that builds over time. I did enjoy the story but felt it was super long at times and wish the story would move a little bit faster.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dorothey Thompson

    The Reluctant Wife This story was intriguing. It had many components. Fred was a soldier in India. Clare was a sister to the commanding officer. Whining Fred retuned home, his house was in disorder. His mistress has died and his tow daughters were being watched but the cook. Traveling to his home land in England with the girls and Clare was difficult. This story is great too much to tell, must read

  19. 5 out of 5

    Frances

    I liked the characters very much, and the plot was good. Turning the plot into a book was not as successful. There were many unexplainable gaps in the story that were never clarified. The introduction into the plot of the villain was not only implausible, but poorly executed. No Duke would ever have had to put up with any of the behaviors of the so-called villain. This book was not one of her best, by a long way.

  20. 5 out of 5

    InD'tale Magazine

    4.5/5.0 What a ride! British-occupied India in 1835 is an exotic setting for this unique story filled with atypical historical characters. Read full review in the 2017 July/August issue of InD'tale Magazine. 4.5/5.0 What a ride! British-occupied India in 1835 is an exotic setting for this unique story filled with atypical historical characters. Read full review in the 2017 July/August issue of InD'tale Magazine.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Judy Benson

    Fred & Clare Caroline Warfield is becoming one of my favorite author. Her stories have so much depth and back ground to them. Fred & Clare meet in India where Fred is a English soldier with two young daughters and we follow them through Egypt back to England and what a wonderful story it is.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sandra G. Coffey

    Too Long I give this two stars is because the story was good, however, it dragged on too long until it became very boring. I definitely didn't care for the heroine slapping the hero and in front of the children was a total turn-off. I won't be reading or referring this author to anyone. Too Long I give this two stars is because the story was good, however, it dragged on too long until it became very boring. I definitely didn't care for the heroine slapping the hero and in front of the children was a total turn-off. I won't be reading or referring this author to anyone.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Robyn Echols

    Excellent Story I thoroughly enjoyed this story with its start in India and a trip to England along the Suez. It offered insight into the political and social world of British ruled India and the challenges of that era. I enjoyed the characters. Neither the hero or heroine were perfect people. It was fun what them work out their difficulties and their romance.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sally Hannoush

    Travel This story starts in one location and goes through a few before we are in England. I thought the start was slow going but I’m glad I kept reading. The romance unfolded in a timely manor and was full of surprises. This is the second book of the series. You can read it as a stand alone but some characters are mentioned from the first book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Katie K.

    Held my interest throughout W clean romance, with just the right amount of sexual tension. I LOVED the portion taking place in India, including the historical, social, and political sprinklings. Loved all the characters, too, especially those darling daughters. This novel pays much attention to the importance of family, love, and acceptance. Well done.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Janet Wild

    From India to England A throughly enjoyable read, with moments of mayhem and danger. The author blends the different continents together well. Also touches on the social contradictions of society in relationships and actions of others. A lovely ending to the tale as Fred and Clare finally get together and marry

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette K

    Claire,s Book I have thoroughly enjoyed this story, it offers everything humour, romance a touch of mystery a happy ending, I loved the way we were able to hear about Rand and Meg and here off their life in Canada, I can't wait to read the next book. Claire,s Book I have thoroughly enjoyed this story, it offers everything humour, romance a touch of mystery a happy ending, I loved the way we were able to hear about Rand and Meg and here off their life in Canada, I can't wait to read the next book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Belinda K Miller

    Loved this story! Wishing for the happy ending! Great story line. Keeps you entertained and hoping for the man and woman to get together and be a family with those sweet little girls!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ingrid Spera

    So, this one was a very interesting one for me.. The hero is definitely flawed, but in a very 'human' way and I really appreciated that. I mean, the heroine was flawed, but so many are as far as insecurities and whatnot. Overall, it was a nice simple story that had surprisingly "real" characters. So, this one was a very interesting one for me.. The hero is definitely flawed, but in a very 'human' way and I really appreciated that. I mean, the heroine was flawed, but so many are as far as insecurities and whatnot. Overall, it was a nice simple story that had surprisingly "real" characters.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gabriela Castillo

    Nice characters. Interesting historical background. Smooth storyline. Well developed characters. Interesting background and historical references. Shine a light about the treatment of half indian children of the British officers'army on the 1835. Nice characters. Interesting historical background. Smooth storyline. Well developed characters. Interesting background and historical references. Shine a light about the treatment of half indian children of the British officers'army on the 1835.

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