A Fashionable Indulgence
In the first novel of an explosive new series from K. J. Charles, a young gentleman and his elegant mentor fight for love in a world of wealth, power, and manipulation. When he learns that he could be the heir to an unexpected fortune, Harry Vane rejects his past as a Radical fighting for... show more
In the first novel of an explosive new series from K. J. Charles, a young gentleman and his elegant mentor fight for love in a world of wealth, power, and manipulation. When he learns that he could be the heir to an unexpected fortune, Harry Vane rejects his past as a Radical fighting for government reform and sets about wooing his lovely cousin. But his heart is captured
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
Maybe 2.5 but since it is KJ Charles, I round it up to 3. It has too many political issues for my taste, and also my pet peeve, which is: almost everyone is gay. I like Harry and Julius together and I did see that they love each other; however, I wasn't too invested in them.
This author manages to write historical mm romance without making the main characters tragic or doomed. Also a plus, I get to learn about a slice of history in a easy to digest and entertaining manner. Well done.
I've seen this book around a lot, but I never thought it would be something for me. I was so very wrong. Historical gay romance for the win! It has an excellent plot with proper society and family scandals. There's mystery and drama. It also has hot sex scenes that I wasn't expecting if I'm bei...
Geez, I can't believe I'm going to say this...This was barely an okay read for me, and that's only because of the second half. Part of it most certainly was that I have slight problems with historical books on a general level. I like history, I even studied it at Uni, but it's the usage of historica...
Upon starting A Fashionable Indulgence, I was almost positive that I wasn’t going to like it. Immediately I worried that the writing style felt too dry for me, and the characters felt too stuffy. It was clearly very well written, just not usually my favorite style. I was pretty disappointed, too. It...
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