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Kindle Editionpages. Published July 15th by Cisne first published January 1st Belinda HamiltonRobert Knight.

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Because I just love being swept away in a moving, passionate story of two people who against all odds find deep, fulfilling, healing love and live out their happily ever after. Call me an overly sentimental sap Big 5 stars from this devoted romance reader! Gaelfn all 51 comments.

The Duke has earned a place of honor on my keepers bookshelf! We see more clearly what life was like for this those who have and those have naughtand what that means to the people of both ranks.

In fact, this book could have been called A Tale of Two Classes. As the story opens, we meet our hero, Robert Knight, Duke of Hawkscliffe, a man grief stricken over the death of his lady love — who, at the time of her passing, was married to another man. Lucy was young, vibrant and everything he had ever hoped for in a wife, but instead of marrying him, she wedded James Breckenridge, the earl of Coldfell, a man well past being old enough gaeldn be her father. Belinda Hamilton is being pursued by Dolph Breckenridge, a spoiled young man with an exaggerated and entirely unfounded sense of his own self importance.

As a male of high ranking societal status, with too much power and influence, but lacking the integrity to use them responsibly, Dolph sets out to destroy Belinda. Sadly, in one tragic turn of events, however, she finds that sometimes, our choices are taken away from us and we have to make to make do with what gzelen has handed us.

Thanks to an interesting chain of events and revelations, Hawkscliffe and Bel find themselves working together to reach their goals, in a story that runs the gamut of emotions.

Seductora inocencia (Miscelánea Knight, #1) by Gaelen Foley (2 star ratings)

View all 46 comments. Robert es remilgado, mojigato, estirado, con sentido de la justicia y el honor, pero tiene ese lado protector que ay que bonito Quiero un Robert para llevar please! View all 14 comments. Somehow I’ve managed to read three in a row, all with variations on the same theme.


All with a different spin, all wonderful. When I joined GoodReads and starting reading reviews Ijocencia noticed that lots of people have issues with ‘courtesan’ romances. I don’t get it, myself. It’s a plot device, no different than the spinster, or the rake, or the wallflower. The courtesan is never really a courtesan; she is almost always forced into it due to c 4.

The courtesan is never really a courtesan; she is almost always forced into it due to circumstances beyond her control. Most of the time if she isn’t still gqelen virgin she is so inexperienced she might as well be.

It is always a romanticized version of a kept-woman or mistress; no street-walkers, doxies or gin-hounds inhabit the pages of historical romance novels. Or at least, not as the heroine. Some of the most romantic, sigh-worthy stories I have read have been about courtesans. And look at Pretty Woman – there’s a reason that movie was so popular, and it wasn’t all because of Richard Gere.

The first one I read this month was The Duke.

Seductora Inocencia by Gaelen Foley – Hardcover MINT

I loved Robert, Duke of Hawkscliffe. Uptight, somewhat repressed, shouldering an overwhelming burden of duty and honour for no other reason than that he has been told all of his life that he must. Just the type of Hero that needs rescuing from himself. I have been reading historical romances for years, and the sheer tenuousness of a woman’s position in that society has never been brought home to me more clearly than in this book.

In the blink of an eye, Bel loses her father to gaol, her position as teacher at a finishing school, her home, her intended and her future. When we meet her she is selling oranges on a street corner. All of this due to the whims of a spoiled wastrel named Dolph.

When she refuses him, he ruins her life. Bel is attacked and raped by the warden from the gaol one night and when she recovers, she approaches a famous courtesan and finds sanctuary in her home. Hawkscliffe and Bel ally themselves in order to gain revenge on a common enemy. In the process, they fall in love. Their story is full of choices – heartbreaking ones, like those in real life usually are.

Robert must choose between the life he has always thought he would lead, and the life that he actually wants. Watching him fall in love very much in spite of himselfprofess his love, then make some really bad decisions based on what he thinks he should do rather than what he wants to do, is wrenching.

And Bel – she must choose as well. To stay with the man she loves and share him, or to leave him, knowing how much he loves her, in order to be true to herself. I cheered for these two all the way through the book.

To be honest I wasn’t sure how it would end or if they would get their HEA, even though they deserved it so much. Their story is wonderfully written. The flirting they do with each other, when they dance together, when she hosts a political dinner at his home, when they kiss, it all feels REAL. The joy they find in each other, the love they feel for one another fairly jumps off the pages. And so do the love scenes, btw.


There is also a progression to their physical relationship that seems very real – all in stages, just like real life. What a wonderful story. Angsty, full of emotion, a historical Pretty Woman. With an ending as big, and as romantic, and as “Aaaawwwww” invoking as the one in the movie.

View all 36 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I should probably warn my friends most of whom enjoyed this book that they probably don’t want to read my review.

And if they doto just keep in mind that I’m not criticizing you for liking it. I usually don’t make this statement, but somehow all but four of my friends gave this book over four stars.


And a lot of them have read it. I’d heard that this book was angsty. What I didn’t hear is that it’s a hot mess.

Honestly, I would never term this book angsty. It’s I should probably warn my gaelej most of whom enjoyed this book that they probably don’t want to read my review. It’s over done and drama filled, but it’s not angsty. Angst–to me–takes a depth and darkness that this book just didn’t have.

Robert irritated me at times, but my biggest gripe about this story was Bel. What irritates me the seduxtora is that she had the opportunity to be a really interesting character, but wasn’t. Bel seemed incredibly young whenever she played the courtesan. I never felt that the role sat well on her so it was a little hard to believe that everyone was so enamored of her. She was like a little girl dressing up in mommy’s clothes and playing a role, thinking that she knew what she was talking about.

It was incredibly irritating.

She kept regurgitating these courtesan rules that she had been taught, but they just made her seem even more naive. The fact that she thought getting a protector would keep her from ever being abused made her dumb as rocks to me.

She kept glamorizing her role, thinking that she had rights, and it drove me nuts that no one ever proved her wrong. But honestly a lot of her personality and thought process didn’t make sense to me. She was supposedly terrified of having sex with a man and was worried about being able to perform her courtesan role, so Robert’s ruse seemed perfect for her. Now I can totally accept this.

What I can’t accept is the fact that a woman terrified of sex would be the aggressor in a lot of close contact situations unnecessary to their agreement.