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Three and a half stars. Maybe. Just not sure. I kind of liked this one. I had more misses with this author than hits, which I have reviewed but after all the misses this was the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by loveromance
Loved this whole series!! Keeps you on your toes! Love, fun, and spice!Published 8 months ago by Mary Alice Van Stavern
It was okay...I just like the fact we were able to hear Jack's story...it was a little emotional at times and annoying at times...but likeable all the same... Read morePublished 12 months ago by ASpoon
Ok. Not totally engaging for me. I will try at least one more. Won't be a "keeper".Published 12 months ago by Jan Holleran
Wow...am I going to miss the Knight men! This last in the Knight Miscellany series, featuring Jack Knight, was a great ending to books centered around the Knight family. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lily
Words can't really say just how much I love this book. I am a huge Gaelen Foley fan and I got hooked with Lord of Fire. I think that His Wicked Kiss has to top it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jessica Emhoff
Everytime I read a book from Gaelen I ask myself could this author get any better?
And the answer is: YES! I don't know how she does it but I'm sure glad she does. Read more
Good read. I thought it sped up a bit to make sure we got all the connections of the previous stories, but it was still a good read. I definitely liked the heroine in this story. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jannet McGruder
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I think he'll be a bad boy in the mode of his brother Lucien (at least I hope so!!!). Bad boy on the outside, smart and sensitive on the inside. I've read all of the Knight Miscelleny books and from what I've gleaned from past books is that Jack was the least accepted by the then-duke of... Read More
Apr 8, 2006 by baltimore0502 | See all 3 posts