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His Wicked Kiss: Number 7 in series (Knight Miscellany) Paperback – 5 May 2011
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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. A superb example of a writer that improves more with every book. But is this the end of our beloved Knights? Why, no! Stay tuned for three more Knights, cousins, Georgina, Gabriel and Derek.
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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.
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...
His Wicked kiss could not have topped it off more gratifying. Jack and Eden are such passssionate characters.
He's brooding and romantic. She's a flighty thing but very lovable even after what them getting to London. I agree Eden should have gotten over her offence and made up with her husband but in regard to her uturn with soceity it's quite expected, the gril had been living in the jungle for the best part of her life, ofcourse she's awed and taken in by London soceity. Other than that, through in a few scenes of the Knights together and Foley got herself a very happy reader.
Foley does mystery and romance in ways Stephanie Laurens struggles to do. The romance is still there along with the intrigue and readers are still interested. All in all top novel, highly recommend.