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K.J. Charles
KJ Charles is a writer and editor living in London. She has a serious reading habit, two kids, a cat, a blog, and several books coming out. Somehow. Friend me on Facebook and Goodreads, follow me on Twitter at kj_charles, or check out kjcharleswriter.com for blogging on reading, writing and editing. show more



KJ Charles is a writer and editor living in London. She has a serious reading habit, two kids, a cat, a blog, and several books coming out. Somehow. Friend me on Facebook and Goodreads, follow me on Twitter at kj_charles, or check out kjcharleswriter.com for blogging on reading, writing and editing.

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Their Stories
Their Stories rated it 2 months ago
It's my second time reading the series and I love it even more than the first time. I enjoyed the mystery part immensely+ we're introduced to interesting side characters like Stetphen's small crew of justiciars, the Big Scary Council...And we have more Merrick, y'all! One of the reasons why I love t...
Their Stories
Their Stories rated it 3 months ago
The very fact I called one of my colleagues at work Stephen / and his name is nothing close to that/ just because I couldn't stop thinking of the book it's explanatory enough how much I love it . Thank you. K.J. Charles for not naming one of your main characters some name like Jabari or Aloysius, ca...
Their Stories
Their Stories rated it 3 months ago
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...
Silence in the library
Silence in the library rated it 5 months ago
An excellent end to the series. This brought the trilogy to an exciting head. As this is written to overlap with the other two books in an entwined story covering three (four) couples, there are moments of clarity that you only get when all three books are put together. I prepared for this by listen...
Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it 6 months ago
This is the third installment of the series. I found this one a bit hard to get into to start, but once it got going, I enjoyed it. Mark has been in all the stories, and he is the focus of this one. He has found the heir, Pen, and falls in love. Their relationship is different than most but it bring...
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