The Campaigners

The Campaigners Napoleon s escape from Elba and the preparations for battle entangle the Morland family in a web of romance and heartbreak The Allied Army is gathering in Flanders and where the army is the fas

  • Title: The Campaigners
  • Author: Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
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  • Page: 162
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1815 Napoleon s escape from Elba and the preparations for battle entangle the Morland family in a web of romance and heartbreak.The Allied Army is gathering in Flanders, and where the army is, the fashionable world must go so London society hastens to Brussels to enjoy the most exhilarating Season ever For Heloise it brings a renewed acquaintance with her former suitor1815 Napoleon s escape from Elba and the preparations for battle entangle the Morland family in a web of romance and heartbreak.The Allied Army is gathering in Flanders, and where the army is, the fashionable world must go so London society hastens to Brussels to enjoy the most exhilarating Season ever For Heloise it brings a renewed acquaintance with her former suitor, to Duc de Veslne d Estienne while Rosamund must finally come to terms with her feelings for her cousin Marcus and for Sophie, a meeting with an enigmatic French major could well alter her future.But as romance flourishes in a warlike atmosphere, the looming shadow of battle only makes the dancers whirl feverishly, and when the Army marches out to face the might of the French at Waterloo, one question is in every heart which of them will not come back

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    About “Cynthia Harrod-Eagles”

    1. Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

      Cynthia Harrod Eagles aka Emma Woodhouse, Elizabeth Bennett Cynthia Harrod Eagles was born on 13 August 1948 in Shepherd s Bush, London, England, where was educated at Burlington School, a girls charity school founded in 1699, and at the University of Edinburgh and University College London, where she studied English, history and philosophy.She had a variety of jobs in the commercial world, starting as a junior cashier at Woolworth s and working her way down to Pensions Officer at the BBC She wrote her first novel while at university and in 1972 won the Young Writers Award with The Waiting Game The birth of the MORLAND DYNASTY series enabled Cynthia Harrod Eagles to become a full time writer in 1979 The series was originally intended to comprise twelve volumes, but it has proved so popular that it has now been extended to thirty four.In 1993 she won the Romantic Novelists Association Romantic Novel of the Year Award with Emily, the third volume of her Kirov Saga, a trilogy set in nineteenth century Russia.

    356 thoughts on “The Campaigners”

    1. Every time I come back to the Morland Dynasty series, I feel like I'm meeting an old friend I haven't seen in a while. I really love these books & I'm thrilled that I can now read them on my Kindle. I just wish the publishers (or ) would realize that errors occur when books are converted to electronic versions and they need to be proofread before release! (My dream job: proofreader of Morland Dynasty Kindle books!) I would have given this five stars if not for the many errors. Just one examp [...]


    2. Despite the fact that this was number 14 (Yes ! 14!) in the series it was very well written and I was able to keep up with the characters and the past very well. There was a helpful family tree at the front and together with skillfull story telling meant I could read it as a stand alone book. I was totally engrossed in it but it was a long read (took me a week - over 500 pages). It was kind of a cross between, Poldark, Austen and Elswyth Thane. It was not romantic in a Mills and Boon way but had [...]


    3. As this describes the Battle of Waterloo and I'm not a huge fan of military history, I was surprised to find that I enjoyed it. The accompanying map made it easier for me to follow. Harrod-Eagles does not idolize her characters. She portrays them honestly, with flaws & actions that make you want to scream at the book, WHY are you doing that? She has been spending more time on this set of books. Only a couple of months are examined in this particular one. This allows more time to develop the [...]


    4. I have read all the previous 13 in the series and love each one, even when I hate a character I love the story. I, of course, do see historical inaccuracies but they do not take away from the story. I greatly look forward to reading the rest of 19 or so in the series.



    5. The Morlands go to Waterloo! Harrod-Eagles gives a lot of information about the social life of Brussels before the great battle as well as battle scenes. But, read the first 13 books before this one, so you won't get too confused.



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