“But it's a gentleman's position,” David said at last, quietly. “Everything you're
offering me is a gentleman's position. And I am not a gentleman.” “If you would
take my offer, you would at least not be a servant.” “But I am a servant. I am a
Author: KJ Charles
Power, privilege, and the rigid rules of class leave two hearts yearning for connection in the sizzling new Society of Gentlemen novel from K. J. Charles. Among his eccentric though strictly principled group of friends, Lord Richard Vane is the confidant on whom everyone depends for advice, moral rectitude, and discreet assistance. Yet when Richard has a problem, he turns to his valet, a fixer of unparalleled genius—and the object of Richard’s deepest desires. If there is one rule a gentleman must follow, it is never to dally with servants. But when David is close enough to touch, the rules of class collide with the basest sort of animal instinct: overpowering lust. For David Cyprian, burglary and blackmail are as much in a day’s work as bootblacking—anything for the man he’s devoted to. But the one thing he wants for himself is the one thing Richard refuses to give: his heart. With the tension between them growing to be unbearable, David’s seemingly incorruptible master has left him no choice. Putting his finely honed skills of seduction and manipulation to good use, he will convince Richard to forget all about his well-meaning objections and give in to sweet, sinful temptation. Praise for A Gentleman’s Position “Highly recommend this one—a great, angst-filled romance.”—Smexy Books “I can’t recommend A Gentleman’s Position and the rest of the Society books enough!”—Just Love “I have absolutely loved this series and I found this to be a very satisfying conclusion. . . . I love the way things ended up for Richard and Cyprian and I was thrilled to get their story.”—Joyfully Jay “Brilliant writing and storytelling! Highly recommend!”—Gay Book Reviews “This book is swoon material—grab it!”—Red Adept Reviews “What I enjoyed most about this book was the author’s slow and deliberate reveal of the story from both parties’ perspectives.”—The Oddness of Moving Things “I absolutely loved this book. It was well written, it kept me engaged all the way throughout, and it was so good that I one-clicked the others in the series without even looking at the blurbs. I can safely say that this is one author that I will be reading more of in the future. If you love Regency era-romance and books that really tug on your heart, this is definitely one to check out.”—Inked Rainbow Reads “This book was so hot and sensual. I know that I will come back to these gentlemen over and over again. I could go on for pages and probably not make much more sense. This book gave me the most exquisite book hangover and I loved every single second of reading and remembering it.”—Watch & Word Society Praise for the Society of Gentlemen novels “The Regency period gets more rakish than ever in the Society of Gentlemen series. I’ll read anything K. J. Charles writes!”—New York Times bestselling author Kate Pearce “K. J. Charles has long been one of my favorite authors.”—USA Today bestselling author Carole Mortimer “Charles has built a reputation for tight, enthralling plots.”—Publishers Weekly Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
A Seditious Affair is a beautiful love story interwoven with the realism of the political unrest of the time—another winner from K. J. Charles!”—USA Today bestselling author Carole Mortimer “Without doubt, A Seditious Affair is one ...
Author: KJ Charles
K. J. Charles turns up the heat in her new Society of Gentlemen novel, as two lovers face off in a sensual duel that challenges their deepest beliefs. Silas Mason has no illusions about himself. He’s not lovable, or even likable. He’s an overbearing idealist, a Radical bookseller and pamphleteer who lives for revolution . . . and for Wednesday nights. Every week he meets anonymously with the same man, in whom Silas has discovered the ideal meld of intellectual companionship and absolute obedience to his sexual commands. But unbeknownst to Silas, his closest friend is also his greatest enemy, with the power to see him hanged—or spare his life. A loyal, well-born gentleman official, Dominic Frey is torn apart by his affair with Silas. By the light of day, he cannot fathom the intoxicating lust that drives him to meet with the Radical week after week. In the bedroom, everything else falls away. Their needs match, and they are united by sympathy for each other’s deepest vulnerabilities. But when Silas’s politics earn him a death sentence, desire clashes with duty, and Dominic finds himself doing everything he can to save the man who stole his heart. Praise for A Seditious Affair “This book is so good I read it in one sitting. I just couldn’t put it down. K. J. Charles has long been one of my favorite authors, and this book doesn’t disappoint. A Seditious Affair is a beautiful love story interwoven with the realism of the political unrest of the time—another winner from K. J. Charles!”—USA Today bestselling author Carole Mortimer “Without doubt, A Seditious Affair is one of the best books I’ve read this year.”—All About Romance “I still haven’t gotten over how much I loved this book. I so look forward to reading the next novel in K. J. Charles’s Society of Gentlemen series.”—Unquietly Me “Gah! It’s always the books I love the most that leave me flailing and tongue tied. . . . A Seditious Affair is not a fluffy read but it is a story you can really sink your teeth into. It’s complex, sensual, raw and gosh darn it—super romantic. It’s one of my favorite reads of [the year].”—For What It’s Worth “Read it. You won’t regret it.”—Binge on Books “I look forward to even more acerbic wit and foppish clothing in future books!”—Badass Book Reviews “I’m not one to sob over a book, but I’ll admit to having a tight throat on a couple of occasions. It’s all glorious.”—Sinfully “Overall, a fantastic book!”—Way Too Hot Books “These guys are the perfect sexual and intellectual match, getting great satisfaction out of challenging one another and considering new points of view. I just adored this story and highly recommend it, as well as the whole series.”—Joyfully Jay “For lovers of historical MM romance I can’t recommend this series highly enough. . . . [A Gentleman’s Position] can’t come soon enough.”—Prism Book Alliance Praise for the Society of Gentlemen novels “The Regency period gets more rakish than ever in the Society of Gentlemen series. I’ll read anything K. J. Charles writes!”—New York Times bestselling author Kate Pearce “Charles has built a reputation for tight, enthralling plots.”—Publishers Weekly Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
Author: Canada. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1896
The hon . gentleman Queen's Counsel I am toldwill find them on page 129 of the
papers in Mr. AMYOT . ... great lustre to davit of James Fisher , of the city of
Winnithe hon . gentleman's position . peg , barrister - at - law - a long affidavit ,
In the first novel of an explosive new series from K. J. Charles, a young gentleman and his elegant mentor fight for love in a world of wealth, power, and manipulation.
Author: KJ Charles
In the first novel of an explosive new series from K. J. Charles, a young gentleman and his elegant mentor fight for love in a world of wealth, power, and manipulation. When he learns that he could be the heir to an unexpected fortune, Harry Vane rejects his past as a Radical fighting for government reform and sets about wooing his lovely cousin. But his heart is captured instead by the most beautiful, chic man he’s ever met: the dandy tasked with instructing him in the manners and style of the ton. Harry’s new station demands conformity—and yet the one thing he desires is a taste of the wrong pair of lips. After witnessing firsthand the horrors of Waterloo, Julius Norreys sought refuge behind the luxurious facade of the upper crust. Now he concerns himself exclusively with the cut of his coat and the quality of his boots. And yet his protégé is so unblemished by cynicism that he inspires the first flare of genuine desire Julius has felt in years. He cannot protect Harry from the worst excesses of society. But together they can withstand the high price of passion. And look for the enticing Society of Gentlemen series by KJ Charles: THE RUIN OF GABRIEL ASHLEIGH | A FASHIONABLE INDULGENCE | A SEDITIOUS AFFAIR | A GENTLEMAN’S POSITION Don’t miss any of the captivating Sins of the Cities novels: AN UNSEEN ATTRACTION | AN UNNATURAL VICE | AN UNSUITABLE HEIR Praise for A Fashionable Indulgence “If one Regency rake isn’t enough for you, check out A Fashionable Indulgence, a rollicking tale from the deft pen of K. J. Charles. I’ll read anything she writes!”—New York Times bestselling author Kate Pearce “Charles has built a reputation for tight, enthralling plots.”—Publishers Weekly “I will go out on a limb and say I enjoyed this more than the Magpie story. Gasp! Yes I said it.”—Reviews by Jessie Wave “The kind of story that you want again and again.”—Love Bytes “A wonderful start to a new series. Harry and Julius are so likable and incredibly sweet together.”—Joyfully Jay “A Fashionable Indulgence has more than piqued my interest in all things A Society of Gentlemen has to offer and I am eagerly anticipating future installments. For now, allow me to give this latest 2015 favorite five-plus stars.”—Bookaholics Not-So-Anonymous Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
Author: Canada. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1899
I want to draw the debt of $ 500 , due to Mr. Howell for that attention of the hon .
gentleman to the fact service , was paid ... I have not taken the ment as being
incorrect the hon . gentleman position that there should be no indepenshunted off
Author: Canada. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1876
It not merely applied the lash hon . gentleman who was supposed to be to two
hon , members who had spoken on the writer of this ... The gentleman's position i
take any part in such proceedings . in the House was such as to place him Hon .
HERMANN H. HARTMANN , TEACHER OF PIANO . 7116. A GENTLEMAN
wishes a position All communications should be addressed to fresher to teach
music in public schools , and direct Teacher of Violin at the Conservatory , No.1
Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of RepresentativesPublish On: 1892
they had been led into a very false position | told by the Government what to do .
Either he in that ... The honourable gentleman had just assuming the leadership
of the House . The moved a ... He ventured to honourable gentleman's position .
Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
Author: Canada. Parliament. SenatePublish On: 1900
It would be an extraordinary position of gentleman's position now . Of course I
can things . Take for instance a condition of express no opinion on that at present
, be- affairs which might exist in the province of cause I laid the papers on the ...
himself , to fit you for a gentleman's position in " IF there is one thing more
detestable than the worlá , before you left your home . That another , it is a visit
from one's country cousins ! " hope has been crushed by his death while you
Pretty Lily ...
I selected therefore , in speaking of the right hon . him to be Chief Commissioner ,
knowing Gentleman's position , and the course him to be a fit and able man for
the post , which he has taken , I regard in him the and in many particulars he has
Well , if the gentleman will go ahead and ask the rest of his question , I will
answer it . Mr. COUDERT . Let us take one step at a time . Mr. HENDRICKS . That
is true . I will clarify it later . Mr. COUDERT . I take it the gentleman's position is
that if ...
Author: United States. Congress
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
The honorable Senator was mistaken , if he sup . according to the gentleman's position , what then ? The posed his preferences for any individual were
unalterably gentleman will submit , of course . Persons in power were fixed - it
was true he ...
... officer is a quality equal in value to ability in the General , to continue a system
that leaves a non - commissioned officer all but hopeless of a gentleman's position , and so keeps away all who are capable of winning it , but unable to buy
Author: William Arthur
Publisher: London : Hamilton, Adams ; New York : Harper
That was Gentleman who came there to cast Amendment proposed , To leave out
from the word " That ” to the hon . ... Gentleman's position scheme for the reform
of Local Government in could not be elected for an Irish conIreland , is of ...
Otherwise she would not have allowed a handsome but completely unknown gentleman to come up to her in a shop, offer to lend her a book then use the offer
as an excuse to introduce himself, all without informing him of her true position in
Author: Gail Whitiker
From reserved gentleman to society's darling Laurence Bretton has been the talk of the Ton since the shock announcement that he is the celebrated playwright Valentine Lawe. Keeping up the charade for his sisters' sake isn't a problem—that is, until he lays eyes on Lady Joanna Northrup.… Since her father inherited his title, Joanna is no longer free to marry for love. Now she must choose a wealthy, titled husband—and soon! Regretfully, this doesn't include the dashing Laurence—and certainly not his flamboyant alter ego. But the twinkle in his eyes tells her there's so much more to this man. If only he can pen a happy ending for them both.…
I think the gentleman is correct that the real issue involved in this bill is whether
we should give to railroad labor the same ... Am I to accept the gentleman's position as one favoring also the Taft - Hartley Act ? That is , Does he approve the
It was not denied gentleman who occupied the position of that Sergeant - Major
Mailer had discharged Secretary for Defence was Major - General his duties in a
most satisfactory manner . Downes , who came from South Australia . It had been
Gentleman his Bill is to em- in full the principle which we thought body it too . That
is a very remarkable ... The British taxApart from that , what is the right hon . payer
insists upon governing Ireland , Gentleman's position ? His position is and he ...
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of LordsPublish On: 1859
THE fortune to get a man of such high qualifications that of the duties , would fit
them for the highest position you may be ... Thę –when promoted to another class
or position , to gentleman who now fills that position was a scrivenery begin at ...