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An Unnatural Vice (Sins of the Cities) - KJ Charles
An Unnatural Vice (Sins of the Cities)
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Format: Kindle Edition
ISBN: 9780399593970
Publisher: Loveswept
Pages no: 220
Edition language: English
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Their Stories rated it
4.0 The Irresistible Liar
Now that's more like it!I admit the first book from the series An Unseen Attraction was not my favorite of K.J Charles' . But I loved that one. Nathaniel had me interested in him from the very first time he appeared. And Justin- he's the type of character that I know if I met in real life, I 'd fall...
Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it
4.0 Finding love lifts them from despair
Dark and unusual story, second in a series with a common thread. This is Nathaniel's story as he tries to help find the people behind his friends' troubles. He encounters Justin when he attempts to debunk a seance. Justin is one of the most unhappy people ever. Their relationship is adversarial, tou...
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Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it
4.5 An Unnatural Vice by KJ Charles - My Thoughts
I honestly have yet to be disappointed in a KJ Charles book. An Unnatural Vice continues that positive string. It was terrific! In An Unnatural Vice, we get the story of Nathaniel Roy who we met in the first book of the series, a friend of Clem's, the illegitimate earl's son and a journalist. He'...
BuckeyeAngel rated it
Nathaniel is an investigative reporter and he wants to expose Justin who was a spiritualist who is a fraud. Justin calls himself the Seer of London. However when Nathaniel went to a seance Justin gives him the name of Tony - who had been Nathaniel's partner but had died five years ago. Justin has p...
Silence in the library
Silence in the library rated it
5.0 Highly recommended
It’s possible that this is my favourite KJ Charles book to date. This is the second book in the Sins of the Cities series and I would say this can’t be read as a standalone. The relationship is a new one, but the storyline is connected to the previous book, and also continues into the third and fi...
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