His Wicked Kiss (Knight Miscellany Series #7)

His Wicked Kiss (Knight Miscellany Series #7)

by Gaelen Foley
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His Wicked Kiss (Knight Miscellany Series #7) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 60 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay to give my review a justice.... i just want to say I LOVED the book at least the first 3/4 of the book. I do admit that it started really nicely. i like how strong both the characters.I liked the fact that the female protagonist is very smart and can take care of her own[she's an outdoorsy type-- shooting, climbing, knife etc...] The first 3/4 were just beautiful. Loved their rationality and interaction but as soon as they arrived to civilization the i started to hate HATE HATE the female protagonist!!! she became part of the ton--she forgot herself. She started to act and think like them. If the male protagonist first met her as part of the ton, i don't think he would have cared for her. It was her difference to the rest of the other female made him fall madly in love for her. She makes mistakes one after the other resulting emotional pain to the other one. Seriously, how many times should one screw up until she realizes that she's the f**king moronic one and she keeps hurting the person she supposedly love one screw up after another?!? Sorry-- i'm simply extremely irritated because its the first book that i have ever read that could not finish. I have read a serious amount of book before but i strive to finish them no matter how horrible they are but this one is just too much. It's even more disappointing because i love the beginning. i was soooo irritated i even threw the book by reflex. my hand just threw it and i was shocked.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Gaelen Foley saved the best for last in her Knight Series with this final story about Jack Knight. In all of the other books the reader is teased with brief mentions of Jack, so it is fitting that he is larger than life when we at last meet him. A handsome beast like him needs the perfect beautiful woman. Eden Farrady is in the jungle assisting her father in the discovery of rain forest medicines. She literally drops out of a tree in the jungle upon seeing Jack and his crew on their way to his ship. Eden has dreamed for years to get out of the jungles of South America and return to England for a season and hopes Jack will want to take her back. Jack is immediately drawn to her and From His First Wicked Kiss until the very end the reader is captivated by the love and passion. Eden stows away on Jack's ship. It is here the seduction begins and their love grows. They marry on the ship of Jack's uncle Lord Arthur Knight. At sea their love is uncomplicated, but there is real life to face off the idyllic setting of Jack's ship at sea. The story becomes complicated as Jack needs to return to South America to help in the war effort against the Spanish. Jack, estranged from his family and the ton does not want to expose Eden to the falseness and cruelty of the ton. He mistakenly plans to keep her at his castle in Ireland. Eden is crushed and sees that as a betrayal to her and her dream. Jack is as unhappy with England as she is with the jungle. I disagree with other reviewers that this story fell flat. What happens is that the story becomes emotionally complicated as both of these very strong characters struggle with the issues of their individual wants and needs to come to terms at working out a blend between the two to create a life together. I was one of those readers that wanted to savor this book and was disappointed when the story was over. Great ending to the series. Time to re-read them in order from the beginning!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was dying for Jack's story. After learning snippets of him in the previous awesome books, I couldn't wait for the 'Black Sheep' to fall in love. I loved the original storyline for Eden and the new locale. She was so fresh and unique. I loved how bit by bit, she changed Jack. Oh, and terrific rescue scene when Jack rescued Eden from the water. I was on the edge of my seat! The reason I didn't give this story 5 stars is that the last 100 pages seriously disappointed me. Eden changed SO much when she got to London, and the story ended before she was able to redeem herself. I couldn't stand their fighting over sex, and how he began to contemplate 'tupping' the maid if she kept shutting him out. I was like, what happened to their beautiful love??? I would have liked to have had more with my old, favorite characters, but maybe in the next books!!! Keep 'em coming, Gaelen!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is perhaps the best in the series. You'll love Jack & Eden!!
pops95b More than 1 year ago
I loved the first part of the book and both characters...but after she gets around the Ton she changes to the maturity level of a selfish 14 year old brat. I couldn't stand her at this point...i was really annoyed by the last 100 pages with was a snotty brat she was. Just saying.  And how the opinions of the strangers meant more to her than her husband...badly done
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Ok...Wow! I am definately starting this series from the beginning and devouring it book by book! From the first chapter, I was pulled into a world from which I didn't want to escape. This smoldering tale of love between the rake, Lord Jack and the innocent but sensual Eden had me turning pages at 2a.m. and at 2p.m. and hours in between! This is my first, but definately NOT my last visit with this talented author, whose form and phrasing stood toe-to-toe with the best writers of romance out there. BRAVO, my dear for making my heart race and for allowing me the joy of a truly fabulous read! Highly recommended for sure!
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LucyPrl9 More than 1 year ago
This was interesting enough to complete the series, but felt like that was the author's point. Story not well developed.
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