"The soft smile they traded left him with a pleasant, lingering charge."
Does it mean "feeling" or "emotion"?
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Yes @Kate Bunting is probably right.
I found this definition in Google
noun noun: charge; plural noun: charges
INFORMAL a thrill. "I get a real charge out of working hard"
Hence, yes, this term means "feeling" or "emotion", as you suggested, but in a deeper, more intense way.