Lady Emma's Campaign

Lady Emma s Campaign She would follow him through peace and war London The London Season is ushered in with a thrilling flurry of invitations gowns and parties But despite her status as belle of the ball lovely so

  • Title: Lady Emma's Campaign
  • Author: JenniferMoore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • She would follow him through peace and war London, 1811The London Season is ushered in with a thrilling flurry of invitations, gowns, and parties But despite her status as belle of the ball, lovely socialite Emma Drake simply cannot fathom becoming entangled with any gentleman of her acquaintance For in truth, since childhood her heart has belonged to Captain Sidney FlShe would follow him through peace and war.London, 1811The London Season is ushered in with a thrilling flurry of invitations, gowns, and parties But despite her status as belle of the ball, lovely socialite Emma Drake simply cannot fathom becoming entangled with any gentleman of her acquaintance For in truth, since childhood her heart has belonged to Captain Sidney Fletcher, a man of the sea and her brother s best friend Emma knows that Sidney s directive to free the Spanish city of Cadiz from French occupation will be dangerous, but when word arrives of his capture, she is frantic Determined to aid her brother in Sidney s rescue, she hides aboard his ship and sets a course to Spain But the realities of war are a far cry from the drawing rooms of London, and Emma finds the man she loves a mere shadow of his former self When a series of events leaves them trapped together behind enemy lines, Emma and Sidney must embark on a journey fraught with danger from a bloody hunt for Spanish treasure to the battlefields of war torn Spain, new threats lurk around every turn As their flight becomes increasingly perilous, Sidney and Emma must trust each other with their lives but can they trust the other with their heart

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    1. I love Jennifer Moore's books. I've read just about every single one of them, but somehow this one was skipped. I've wanted to read this one for quite a while but every time I went to I didn't have access to it and didn't want to spend $10 on an ebook. So I waited, and waited, and waited. Well I'm happy to say that I finally read, well listened to it. I had a really long car ride a few days ago and needed something to listen to that would help me pass the time. And something that I could listen [...]

    2. I was playing on one night and went to look if Jennifer Moore had any upcoming books, I was pleasantly surprised when I found her blog and it showed Lady Emma's Campaign was available! I hopped on over to and grabbed a copy. This is a companion novel to Becoming Lady Lockwood, but can stand on its own. Emma has had a hard life, growing up with an abusive father has given her an inner-strength that she doesn't even realize yet. Because of her hard childhood her mother and brother tend to shelte [...]

    3. Wow! The only thing wrong with this book was it eventually ended. I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to endd I was so sad to be done. As with Becoming Lady Lockwood Jennifer Moore has a way of describing her characters and their stories so wonderfully that you become a part of their worldd I didn't want to leave just yet. I adored Sidney in book 1 and I was ecstatic to see that book 2 was His story! I wasn't disappointed in the least! Such a great series!!

    4. What a sweet story! This is a companion novel to Becoming Lady Lockwood but it can stand alone. Emma had a brief encounter with Sidney under the kissing bough one Christmas and never quite removed him from her heart or her mind. But as a man of the sea, he leaves shortly afterward. When they receive word that he's in trouble, nothing can stop Emma from stowing away on her brother's ship; nothing can stop her from attempting to rescue the man she loves; and nothing can stop her from persevering t [...]

    5. Jennifer Moore is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Her first book, Becoming Lady Lockwood, was fantastic and I knew she was an author I wanted to read again. We meet Lady Emma and Sidney Fletcher in the first book of this series, Becoming Lady Lockwood. While they are not the main characters, we get a sense of who they are. I'm so glad they got the starring roles in this book. When the book begins, Emma is a girl on the cusp of womanhood. Sydney loves Emma as he would love a sister. [...]

    6. This book was not quite what I expected, but I think that is a good thing. Moore's first book: Becoming Lady Lockwood, is among my favorite books. I love a good regency romance, throw in high sea adventure and I'm hooked. (I might have to re-read it now). This book was a little different. I was hoping to revisit the high sea, ball rooms and you know, stolen glances across candle-lit tables atmosphere, it was sort of that, but not really. Lady Emma's Campaign, Is about Emma's search for Sidney Fl [...]

    7. Jennifer Moore is one talented lady. I thought her writing couldn't of gotten any better with her first book Becoming Lady Lockwood, but I was wrong. I was blown away by this book. It was so amazing. Emma was beyond anything I could have imagined her to be. She was an impressive gal when we first meet her, but what she had to endure through this book astounded me. She was a rock star. From the summary we know that Emma loves Sidney, and has for years, when he is thought dead, she does whatever i [...]

    8. For some reason, it’s harder to subjectively analyze a book when I find myself really enjoying it more than the usual stuff I read for entertainment. It’s hard to put my finger on why it’s easier to connect with one author’s characters over another’s when I have just as little in common with them as far as life experiences are concerned. Is it a failure in the writer or the reader? My gut tells me it’s less about failure and more about difference of people in general. The works of a [...]

    9. 3.5 stars I struggled with this book for the first half which is why I'm giving it 3.5 stars. Emma irritated me and seemed very selfish. Her actions were endangering so many people. -__- But by the end of the book she redeemed herself to an extent. This book had a lot more graphic talk of war and prisons, and I wasn't really expecting that. But you could tell Jennifer Moore did her research!Sydney was back. I loved him in Becoming Lady Lockwood, so it was great to catch up with him and see how h [...]

    10. Emma has loved Sidney Fletcher since she was 11 years old. He is her older brother's best friend and always saw her as sister rather than a young woman.When she learns that Sidney has been captured behind enemy lines in Spain, drastic measures are called for. She stows away on her brother's ship so she can help rescue him.Plans made out of desperation rarely go well. Emma finds herself behind enemy lines along with Sidney and a few other prisoners. This is her opportunity to show Sidney that she [...]

    11. Soo Good!!!This book was so so good, I loved it! I loved watching all the characters friendships and relationships grow. The love story was so sweet I just loved it!! This is the first book I have read by Jennifer Moore, and I didn't know it was the second book in a series so I will be downloading the first one very very soon. I think I will be reading this one again, so so good:)

    12. I was excited to find out that this book would be about Sidney's story, but didn't love it right away. It took me some time to like Emma and really appreciate her. But once I got into it, this book was fun and adventurous. The story was great! Not quite four stars, but close enough. Now I must read the next one. :)

    13. WHAT IT'S ABOUTThe London Season is ushered in with a thrilling flurry of invitations, gowns, and parties. But despite her status as belle of the ball, lovely socialite Emma Drake simply cannot fathom becoming entangled with any gentleman of her acquaintance. For in truth, since childhood her heart has belonged to Captain Sidney Fletcher, a man of the sea—and her brother’s best friend. Emma knows that Sidney’s directive to free the Spanish city of Cadiz from French occupation will be dange [...]

    14. Warning. Emma is SO annoying the first half of the book. But since I enjoy reading stories about the Napolianic Wars I upped it to 4 stars.

    15. Lady Emma fell in love with Sidney Fletcher during her teen years, but her older brother’s best friend barely noticed her. Of course, he’s busy being a British naval captain and has resigned himself to remaining a lifelong bachelor at sea. Emma’s heart breaks when she learns that Sidney has been killed in the Napoleonic Wars, but her brother, William soon learns that Sidney is NOT dead, but is secretly being held prisoner in a French fort in Spain. Emma stows away on William’s ship, dete [...]

    16. I liked this book a lot and that is saying something since it contained a lot of violence and I usually can't abide the violence. I generally enjoy a light, romantic read, but since nearly the entire book happens behind enemy lines in a war zone there was a whole lot of violence to be read. If this were a movie, I'm sure it would be rated R for violence. The book dealt with PTSD both from war horrors as well as domestic abuse. Having never dealt with it personally, I don't know enough about the [...]

    17. I LOVE Jennifer Moore's books!Regency romance taken out of the ton and put into the treacherous worldYet still having all the propriety that we love to read about.A book that will hold your attention until the very end!Emma has known for a while now that her heart belongs to her older brother's friend, Sidney.But Sidney is setting sail and will not be back for a while.So Emma has her season and starts to entertain other suitors.However she compares everyone to Sidney and has now turned down many [...]

    18. Audience: Adult (Clean)Genre: Historical Romance, RegencyLength: 224 pgsRating: 4+ Review: Who didn't L-O-V-E Sidney in Becoming Lady Lockwood? He was just so fun, and the way he teased William was fantastic. It reminded me of the awesome BFF relationship between Sarah Eden's the Duke and Henry, two of my favorite characters. And here, in Lady Emma's Campaign, I got to get deep into Sidney and find out so much more about him. It really rounded out his character. While the way Emma got to Spain w [...]

    19. I really enjoyed this book. Some great historic background and a good story that built well and ended beautifully:} I loved the first one as well and highly recommend Becoming lady Lockwood and reading it first. I love a good changing character that you like but you are saying come on get a back bone and they do! This was written in a time of war and had some pretty gruesome scenes that I wished had been a little tamer or glossed over. There is no talk of religion but the book is very clean exce [...]

    20. I absolutely loved this book! I think I was already in love with Sidney to see him war-torn and yet, still his charming self, made this book that much better. I do have to say that I really enjoyed the other characters as well! Ms. Moore did a fantastic job making me believe them and want to know more about them. The setting, the conflict, the people, they were all very romanticalI know, that's not a wordbut for this book, it is to me. Spain in the 1800's - beautiful. I haven't ever really wante [...]

    21. Absolutely loved this book. Sidney was one of my favorite characters from Lady Lockwood. I wanted to him to have his happily ever after. Even though with his navy career it seemed impossible. Lady Emma reminds me of every little girl who has had a crush on her older brothers best friend. It was fun to watch her grow into a competent young woman. Surprising everyone. But mostly Sidney. Jennifer Moore has quickly risen to one of my favorite authors. She is one of the authors who's books I will buy [...]

    22. 3.5 stars This book was a quick read. I can't quite call it a "fun" read, it wasn't quite lighthearted enough to be called that, but it was enjoyable. It took me awhile to warm up to Emma's character, she was so naive and frankly stupid in the beginning, but she improved with time making the ending satisfactory.

    23. Absolutely loved this book! The words, " no eres solos. Me preocupo por ti. Voy a mantenerte a salvo, " will never mean the same to nico, Emma, and Sydney. These words got them through war, danger, death and in the end brought them love and family. Translation: you are not alone, I care about you. I will keep you safe.

    24. 3 1/2 stars. I really enjoyed Becoming Lady Lockwood, so I was super excited to read Lady Emma's campaign. There was much more war action in this one--which wasn't bad for me, but I know will be for other readers. I liked that Emma, who was a pampered debutante, was able to tough out all she had to do. I will definitely watch for more by Jennifer Moore!language:clean, heat level: mild,

    25. Not quite as good as "Becoming Lady Lockwood" but definitely worth reading. There were quite a bit more war scenes in this book, but I found them interesting. Emma was super naive (excessively so) in the beginning, which I found rather annoying. But she did toughen up and developed into a strong young woman.

    26. I really grew to love Emma in this one. I thought she was a great heroine, and I was totally rooting for her by the second half. I thought Sidney was great too. My heart broke reading about the horror of war and the tragedy that comes from it. I appreciated that the author didn't make it too detailed. I really like this author and look forward to her next book!!

    27. Ok so this is the second book by this author. I bought this cause I loved her first novel Becoming Lady Lockwood so much. It did not disappoint! This is a just is powerful as the first. Lots more danger and suspense with the romance to top it off! I love books that leave you with a sigh and all is right in the regency world. 4.5 stars.

    28. I loved this book! Jennifer Moore is a great author and after reading this and her "Lady Lockwood' book, I'm hooked for life on finding her books. She does an amazing job with her characters and settings. One that I'm glad I have in print because I will re read it again and again.

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