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Soldiers' Daughters #2020

Soldiers Daughters The story of two girls who on the surface seem to have a lot in common Both motherless Both sent to the same boarding school for army brats Both later commissioned into the army themselves Both de

  • Title: Soldiers' Daughters
  • Author: Fiona Field
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Soldiers' Daughters By Fiona Field, The story of two girls who, on the surface, seem to have a lot in common Both motherless Both sent to the same boarding school for army brats Both, later, commissioned into the army themselves Both desperate for their fathers love and approval Samantha Lewis puts everything into being the soldier her father wants her to be But her heart will lead her in an unexpThe story of two girls who, on the surface, seem to have a lot in common Both motherless Both sent to the same boarding school for army brats Both, later, commissioned into the army themselves Both desperate for their fathers love and approval Samantha Lewis puts everything into being the soldier her father wants her to be But her heart will lead her in an unexpected direction and threaten her authority over the men under her command Michelle Flowers also craves her father s attention, but her impulsiveness will drive her into an obsession with the husband of another woman with disastrous consequences.

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    1. I hadn t read the previous Soldiers Wives and it seems likely that there are common characters In this book the daughters of two officers go to Sandhurst, only one of them is a little unstable Sam, short for Samantha, is an only child and motherless girl who wants to win her dad s love While Michelle has been wild since school days and sees the army as another kind of acting out against the norm The story mainly follows officers and their wives, including Maddy who has a baby and is pregnant aga [...]

    2. So I honestly don t know what I can say about this book I enjoyed it, I hated it, it annoyed me, the characters could be completely ridiculous and yet I liked it The romances were just so far fetched in places but then relate able in some ways as well I didn t like either of the main characters, Sam and Michelle They came across as immature teenagers and not mature, well established eventually officers in the army.After all that, I have to admit it was written well unfortunately not all the way [...]

    3. chicklitpadMY SYNOPSISImagine This You are training to be an officer in the army It sucks The training is hard, but of course you are doing this to please your dad Maybe one day, he d acknowledge your efforts and give back the love he d starved you off since you were a child.But anyway, you ve gotten yourself into the army A woman A woman officer in a station where there are only a handful of women You wished these men you are lording over would respect you, would not be darting weird glances yo [...]

    4. I had this down as chick lit with all its negative connotations but I actually enjoyed it Parts were ridiculous and predictable but I found myself gunning for a happy ending and there was enough detail to stop it being too shallow.

    5. A really good summer read I enjoyed the story, found the characters relatively believable and the plot worked ok It was a nice way to while away holiday time If you enjoy a light, romantic story with a feel good ending, then this is the one to read.

    6. I m a fan of women in the military books but I was a little disappointed with this one Michelle and Samantha were both too worried about their father s opinions and let that worry direct their lives The book dealt well with their training and military life but it was their personal life that left something to be desired This is a follow up story to her first book Soldier s Wives and maybe I would have enjoyed it if I had read it that book first.

    7. The sequel to Soldiers Wives, this book gives us the army from the perspective of female officers Fiona Field s style always attracts me and I rarely know exactly what s coming in her work As the daughter of two soldiers myself, I find her environment familiar and interesting.Some sequels disappoint but, if anything, I enjoyed this than Soldiers Wives.

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