Southern Rose by Lily Bly

Southern Rose by Lily Bly
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Historical
Length: Short Story (21 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Rose O’Conner is a Confederate spy trapped among Union officers as the Civil War ends. When a Yankee from her past learns her secret, what is she willing to do to make him keep it?

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Quick, delightful and hot.

I knew when I picked up this story it was short. I knew it would fill maybe half an hour. I got what I wanted–short and hot.

The writing is good–it kept me wanting to read. I had to know what would happen to the characters. I liked the opposites attract angle of the story–he’s from the north and she’s from the south. She’s a spy and he’s an officer. It’s hot.

That said, this book is fast. The writing is fast. The story is fast. I almost had to reread to keep up. It’s good because it’s a great lunch time read, but bad if you, like me, wanted more backstory. The characters are fascinating, but it’s like one snippet of their life. What happened in Albany? I wanted to see more connection between them before.

Don’t get me wrong. I liked this story and will read more by this author. Southern Rose is fun, fast and satisfying for a short read. Pick it up.

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