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A Fashionable Indulgence: A Society of Gentlemen Novel (Society of Gentlemen Series) by [Charles, K.J.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1148 KB
  • Print Length: 252 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (11 Aug. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QP3ROUA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,641 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I can't quite identify why I didn't really enjoy this. I just couldn't find that empathy with the characters that I felt with her other books. I didn't feel their attraction in the same way. I enjoyed Verona's character and I like that an mm romance featured a really strong, likeable female, because many mm authors seem to just write women as "sluts", or "harridans", or something equally as derogatory.
Some of the action was tense and exciting, but on the whole I think it lacked that usual KJ Charles sparkle.
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"Because I love you. And you were so beautiful when you let me love you."

I love historical romance. I really do but I'm not going to lie, I don't read them nearly as much as I'd like to because I'm just not smart enough for the writing. True story. But I love them so much.

And dang, I just loved Julius and Harry so much. It was gradual but oh man, I fell so in love before I even realized it.

"Could we agree that we both behaved disgracefully, and leave it at that?"
"Will you kiss me if I say yes?"
"I'll kiss you whenever you want me to."
"I wish to God you would."

A gentleman and a (reformed) (ish) radical.
The rich guy and the poor guy.

Even though the gist of this story is Julius teaching Harry the gentleman ways, and that they were set apart in class, it just didn't matter. Nothing would have mattered because these two are meant for each other. No doubts about it.

Julius, oh that sarcastic a - - hole. He really was that and I loved every single bit of it. So cold at times. Or so it seemed. That is, until he finds himself falling for his friend's estranged, rebel cousin. Also, the more we get to know Julius, his past shines some light and a bit more understanding on his character.

Harry.
I just adored his character growth and him as a character, of course. I loved him from the shyness, vulnerability, and his almost need to please Julius to his growing confidence, bravery and pure naughty seductive ways.
For his heart and loyalty, even when it got him into a whole lot of trouble.

"You've needed a good hard fu.. as long as I've known you. Untouchable Julius." His tongue flicked out, over Julius's parted lips.
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A Fashionable Indulgence, A Society of Gentlemen Novel, K.J. Charles
 Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre:  Romance, women’s literature
I adored K.J.Charles Magpie series so much that I was a bit concerned that it might overshadow this when I began reading. Once again it’s a historical read, but this time without the side of magic that made Magpie so entrancing for me. The characters here though as so well drawn, so vivid that I was soon pulled in to their world.
Harry – who couldn’t like him. He’s so enthusiastic even though control of his life has been out of his hands for most of the time, and he’s verged on losing his life due to his circumstances. He’s been supported by his parents radical friend Silas since they died, and he returned to England. Silas gives him work, though it isn’t just running the bookshop but helping with the printing of illegal leaflets.....What can he do though? He owes his life to Silas, was brought up by very radical parents, and its a time when one is stuck in the world one’s born into. Without money or work he can’t do anything else. Plus of course these are his friends and he feels loyalty to them. He believes that people should have more rights, more protection, and this kind of protest is all he can do. Then he gets a complete change of fortune, and is brought into a different world, the moneyed classes from which his father sprung. Last of the line, his grandfather wants to see it continued, and he seeks to mould Harry into someone worthy (in his eyes) of the Vane name, and wants him to continue it.
His grandfather Gideon is a very strict, conventional and harsh man, but before he settles money on Harry he wants him properly presented.
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This is a lovely novel, I could not put it down. I have read the books in reverse, so it was interesting to find out how many of the characters stories began. I particularly loved the dinner party where Harry finally had had enough and spoke up for the victims of the Peterloo Massacre in Manchester, it was so well written with the heated discussion leading up to his outburst, I felt he was speaking for all the thousands of people who had no voice. I thought the love affair between Harry and Julius was very poignant, the way Julius managed to open his heart again after his past suffering at Waterloo was very moving. These books really make one think about the difficulties experienced by homosexual men from the past. It's so sad to think of all the unhappiness there must have been for them over hundreds of years. To think that to have a male gay relationship was only legalised at the end of the 1960's and that they were only in recent times allowed to have a legal Civil Partnership is just awful. These are well written, well researched and thought provoking books. I hope there will be many more. I've already pre-ordered the next one!
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