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His Wicked Kiss: Number 7 in series (Knight Miscellany) [Paperback]

Gaelen Foley
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5 May 2011 Knight Miscellany (Book 7)
For the last few years Eden Farraday has been aiding her father who is obsessed with finding a cure for the fever that killed her mother in the wild jungles of South America. Nearly twenty-two years old, Eden longs to return to the society of London where she can find a husband and lead a normal life. When a strange ship moors at their settlement on the Orinoco river, Eden feels fate beckoning. Dynamic but dangerous Lord Jack Knight is a wealth-obsessed self-made man with a shadowy past and a reputation for ruthlessness. Relieved to come upon the settlement of his old friend, Dr. Victor Farraday, Lord Knight takes a night's rest, takes note of the doctor's beautiful daughter, and sets sail the next morning for his long journey back to England. However, when his crew uncovers a stowaway on board, he is stunned to find the culprit is none other than Eden Farraday. Too far in his journey to return Eden to her father, the furious Knight agrees to take Eden as far as London. Upon their arrival, they part company, each continuing to fight the magnetic pull they feel toward one another

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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (5 May 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749956054
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749956059
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 12.9 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 120,319 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Gaelen Foley's first novel was published in 1998 and she went on to win the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award for Best First Historical Romance. Many awards later this NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author is now published in ten languages. Visit her at www.gaelenfoley.com

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Welcome to the glittering world of Regency England and the passionate lives and tempestuous loves of the Knight family . . .

About the Author

Gaelen Foley's first novel was published in 1998 and she went on to win the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award for Best First Historical Romance. Many awards later this USA Today bestselling author is now published in ten languages.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a rip-roaring yarn! 11 July 2006
Format:Paperback
I approached this book with mixed feelings - wanted to read the last in the Knights Miscellany but really didn't want to see this series end.

As with the rest of the books - this is another passionate, adventure-filled romp, this time set predominantly on the high seas...

Great fun...Guess I'll have to start re-reading the series from the start while waiting for what's next from Ms. Foley...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Black-Jack Knight--Need I Say More? 31 May 2006
Format:Mass Market Paperback
As a long awaited historical by Ms. Foley, "His Wicked Kiss" was more than worth the wait. The pinnacle of this wonderful series takes readers on a spectacular voyage of oceanic proportions. Make way for the story of Black-Jack Knight, scourge of the Knight family-or is he?

Eden Farraday is tired of her rugged existence in the wilds of Venezuela. Her father, brilliant though he is, has finally gone round the bend. He wants to take them even further into the untamed lands, into the very heart of the forbidden Amazon! Craving a life amongst London society, Eden is determined to escape her mad father. When the infamous Jack Knight floats downriver to their settlement, Eden hatches a plan to stow away. Her plan becomes reality when he refuses aid, forcing her to hide on his ship. Jack discovers the untamed beauty, and finding the close quarters of ship and berth too much to resist, the two embark on a journey of survival and discovery-of the heart. Someone pursues Eden though, a dangerous man not of mind to give her up. Enemies lurk as Jack further involves himself in the war between Venezuela and Spain. Can their differences be set aside and most important-can Jack learn to trust in love?

Many readers wondered as they savored Ms Foley's Knight series-will we ever read about the elusive Jack? Jack's story is the best of the series to date and this reader couldn't have come away more pleased. Appearances are not always what they seem, something Jack proves in his vulnerabilities. His reputation precedes him, but it does not define him. Eden is a rare lady; one raised without the negative and twisted attitudes of society. Her fresh approach to life is the catalyst for Jack's healing. Foley uses rich dialogue and plotting to engage the reader from start to finish.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars big disappointment 12 May 2006
Format:Paperback
This is the first time I've been motivated to write a review, such was my disappointment with this long awaited book. It held so much promise, the hero being mentioned all through the previous books..at last we get to meet the elusive Jack!

My feeling is that the writer tried too hard. I like some latitude in a novel to make up my own mind, to be left to work out for myself through what the hero/heroine is going through. In this lastest offering from Ms Foley, I feel I was told exactly what to think and feel about the heroine. That was the rub, being told, not being shown. There are very different things. It could almost have been written in the third person, ie, not through the eyes of the heroes.

Worth reading if you, like I, want to put this family saga to bed, so to speak. If you don't like too much challenge with your reading, buy this book. If you are looking for something more, don't bother. Badly done Gaelen.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Hero .... fabulous read 1 April 2013
Format:Paperback
Taken from my Blog Post (#86) in February 2011, after borrowing from the library.

This is the last one in the Knight Family series - the missing brother - Captain Black (Lord) Jack Knight.

The first of the Hawkscliffe Harlot's illegitimate children, his father was an Irish Boxing Champion.

Sick to the back teeth with the shame heaped on him by the ton because of his birth, he ends up owning an international shipping and trade company Knight Enterprises, and spends his life pretty much on the ocean wave ...... until one trip down the Orenoco River he comes across the beautiful Eden Farraday in a tree above him collecting orchids.

She's been taken to the jungle by her Botanist father and longs for London Society. A request to Jack to take her away is turned down, so she stows away on his ship .... soon to be caught by him and made to pay!

I have to say I loved this story, and Jack Knight game very close to Anthony Blake (a Stephanie Laurens Hero, and one of my benchmark heroes).

A 5 star read ****. What a shame I've now finished the Knight family series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Romance Not Regency 10 May 2011
Format:Paperback
I am quite surprised by the number of good reviews that this author has received for this series. It's billed as a Regency romance but in reality it's not much more than a Mills and Boon with a historical picture on the cover. It's about as Regency as..... well to be honest - as Regency as me, sitting here, typing this in the 21st Century. It just don't cut the Regency mustard. Both the hero and heroine have incredibly 20th Century sensibilities and throwing in a random (and sometimes incorrect) reference to a 19th Century mannerism or custom or outfit description quite frankly doesn't work. In fact it makes it ridiculous and that is pretty much my opinion of this book. Another thing that I find quite staggering is that the small synopsis of the plot on the back doesn't actually happen in the book. I honestly don't think I have ever come across this before nor can I fathom such a glaring error would escape notice but I think it shows the level of publication that we are dealing with. In summary: If you want an accurate (and delightful) Regency romance novel then I suggest Heyer who got it so right. If you want a steamy, adjective laden sexploits where the hero and heroine writhe around in uncontrollable passion whilst still managing to spout paragraphs to each other about how deep and pure their love is all set loosely (and I mean loosely) about 200 years ago then this is the book for you.
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