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    Fantastic Series!

    Fans of J.L. Langley’s Sci-Regency novels are going to love Diplomatic Relations! The sons of the Regelence royal family continue to get “‘leg-shackled’” (their words), and the fourth installment of this addictive series picks up right where My Regelence Rake left off. If this saga is new to you, or for those of us who’ve waited so long for this book, an entire read of the series might be in order. At its heart Diplomatic Relations is still the rake-seduces-virgin tale I love, but J.L. Langley makes this one so much fun! She takes her time with Blaise and Dalton, establishing a firm connection, and builds up the tension between them. This story is more about their relationship than advancing the mystery which weaves throughout the series. Despite some painful reminiscences, there’s a wonderful lightness that surrounds this read. Blaise and Dalton are close in age, they’re silly and sassy, and they know how to play together. These boys repeatedly ditch their chaperones, and get away with so much mischief…. as well as finding ways to fit in a whole lot of lovin’. Blaise and Dalton seem like polar opposites when we first meet them, but they end up influencing each other in the best of ways. Dalton’s carefree nature forces Blaise to see the path he’s on isn’t right for him; while Blaise’s steady support helps Dalton refocus and prioritize home and family. These royals have some interesting skeletons in their closets, and seeing Dalton find some peace makes me so happy. It’s great to see all the characters from the previous novels together in Diplomatic Relations, and I’ve relished the time spent on Regelence since we’re told the next episode takes place off planet. An excerpt from the upcoming My Highland Laird is included at the end, and Bannon’s story promises to be something special. Thankfully there’s still a sixth (but hopefully not final) book to look forward to as well, and I can hardly wait for Rexley and Jeremy’s story.
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    Good to read new material

    I've been addicted to JL Langely since the first edition of My Fair Captain. It is good to get a totally new novel in the series. I was a little disappointed in Blaise's character, he seemed very blah, but I did take to Galton's character. I really enjoyed getting to see more of Rexley in his public persona without Trouble. Looking forward to the next novel.
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