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    Richard's story is wonderful!

    This is the third book in the Society of Gentlemen series and I loved it. This can be read as a standalone but I think you will enjoy it a lot more if you read the other two books first. I read books one and two out of order and it didn’t matter but this one is about the leader of the group of men called the Ricardians. There is so much information in the first two books that will make this one more meaningful if you read at least one of them first. (I’d suggest book two if you can only read one of them.) Lord Richard Vane is a member of the aristocracy – there is no way he can associate with a servant – but he wants his valet, David Cyprian, in the worst way. He’s managed to control his desires for years but when fate brings them closer together he finds he can’t resist David – especially when he finds out that David wants him just as much. This book revisits characters from the previous two books and we find the Ricardians in danger of being revealed as sodomites – an accusation that if proved to be true could cost them more than just their place in society. Once again, David Cyprian’s unique talents are called upon to help the Ricardians. The suspense in this story was delicious; I was glued to my ereader from start to finish. I don’t have to words to do this book justice. K. J. Charles writing carries me away to another place where I’m totally immersed in the story she is telling. My heart hurts for Richard and David and I want so badly for them to get their HEA. This story had my emotions all over the place – the best kind of romance there is, in my opinion. Love is love, it doesn’t matter if it’s M/M, M/F or F/F, and KJC has once again written a captivating story. All of the books in The Society of Gentlemen series were so good; I’m truly sorry to see it come to an end. I know KJC is working on a new series and I can’t wait to read it. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions***** I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.
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    Where David dares and wins. This being the final of this trilogy and a half I felt a certain sadness upon reading the last pages. I keep dreaming of more. It had been apparent right from the start of the trilogy that Richard and David where one. They had build their present lives on the premise that the other would be there, always there to turn to, always at each other’s backs. So the trust, the respect, the love was already there. One could not really breath without the other. So Charles takes us through the angst of this unravelling and then being built again as any other solution would have been unworthy to the union already in place. I particularly liked how Charles explores the unequal dynamics in this particular relationship, which in reality reflects other relationships in our lives. How easy it is to dismiss or disregard the work done by others regardless of the pride and love those others pour into their work - and the hurt and resentment that causes. “An ARC was given by the publisher in exchange for an honest review”
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    A Different Kind of Historical Romance!

    David Cyprian has been valet to Lord Richard Vane for over 4 years. He's so good at his job, other titled men have tried to lure him to leave Richard’s employ and work for them. David is much more then a valet to Richard; he helps the lord, and his friends, out of tough and impossible situations! They each hide feelings they have for one another. There is a comfortable working relationship between them. Until class and other lines are crossed, with dire results... A different kind of historical romance, dealing with m/m. Started off slowly, then quickly regained my interest. The love scenes were tastefully written, the characters were witty and entertaining and the story was enlightening! Book free through Netgally for honest review
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    Provocative and gripping read!!!

    This is only my second K.J. Charles book, but it certainly won't be my last. I can't say enough about how impressed I am with her writing, and with this series in particular. She really has beautifully captured the political climate and class system of the day and the impact they have on the masses. Richard and David come from different classes and have very real issues to overcome as a result. The journey that these two characters take throughout this book is truly a beautiful thing to witness. It is poignant and romantic and gut-wrenching and sexy and impassioned and meaningful and absolutely riveting. I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a provocative and gripping read. * I was given an advanced copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.

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