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Think of England (Think of England, #1) PDF Epub Think Of England Think Of England, 1 Author K.J Charles Pikavippi Ilman Luottotietoja.us Lie Back And Think Of EnglandEngland, 1904 Two Years Ago, Captain Archie Curtis Lost His Friends, Fingers, And Future To A Terrible Military Accident Alone, Purposeless And Angry, Curtis Is Determined To Discover If He And His Comrades Were The Victims Of Fate, Or Of Sabotage.Curtis S Search Takes Him To An Isolated, Ultra Modern Country House, Where He Meets And Instantly Clashes With Fellow Guest Daniel Da Silva Effete, Decadent, Foreign, And All Too Obviously Queer, The Sophisticated Poet Is Everything The Straightforward British Officer Fears And Distrusts.As Events Unfold, Curtis Realizes That Daniel Has His Own Secret Intentions And There S Something Else They Share A Mounting Sexual Tension That Leaves Curtis Reeling.As The House Party S Elegant Facade Cracks To Reveal Treachery, Blackmail And Murder, Curtis Finds Himself Needing Clever, Dark Eyed Daniel As He Has Never Needed A Man Before


10 thoughts on “Think of England (Think of England, #1)

  1. says:

    she had me at dark eyed queer with intentions.you got yer gigantic creepy house on gigantic creepy grounds.you got yer addison dewitt type littry homo and a wounded vet in the closet.you got yer murrrrrrrder and blackmail and people doing appalling things with the help behind closed doors nits too short over too soon slightly insubstantial bcuz i m a greedy fuck who loves all of kj charles words except the end.GET THEE TO A BOOKERY AND PURCHASE YE SOME INGLEHOMOKAPERBLITZENSPRITZ _______ sh...


  2. says:

    Gorgeously, perfectly done I adored it even if the book really isn t my genre K.J Charles is changing the face of M M, I m telling you She keeps coming up with this brilliant, well written stuff that elevates the whole genre Think of England is another exceptional book and I loved it almost as much as her The Magpie Lord series Is it a GFY No, I wouldn t say so This book is sort of like a coming of age or sexual awakening, only the person waking up is way past adolescence Curtis was Gorgeously, perfectly done I adored it even if the book really isn t my genre K.J Charles is changing the face of M M, I m telling you She keeps coming up with this brilliant, well written stuff that elevates the whole genre Think of England is another exceptional book and I loved it almost as much as her The Magpie Lord series Is it a GFY No, I wouldn t say so This book is sort of like a coming of age or sexual awakening, only the person waking up is way past adolescence Curtis was glorious in his discovery of his same sex tendencies Deliciously hot I was also obsessed with Daniel, who was flawlessly written It was strange for me seeing a character openly mocked for being Jewish I m so spoiled living where I live, both geographically and...


  3. says:

    Jesus he yelped I fear not, said a silky voice, and Curtis realized that he had collided with da Silva Both Jewish, of course, but the resemblance ends there 3.5 stars What really happened is that I was completely enthralled for a good part of the story, around 50% , before it started to feel relatively monotonous and my interest slowly decreasing It didn t happen soon, for sure, but, by the last chapters, I just wanted to get to the ending and, naturally, the HEA I needed Jesus he yelped I fear not, said a silky voice, and Curtis realized that he had collided with da Silva Both Jewish, of course, but the resemblance ends...


  4. says:

    I love Edwardian pulp, but I do love it I love Golden Age pre WWI Britain, with well dressed gentlemen and dastardly foreigners, stiff upper lips and country house parties, derring do and plots and amateur spies John Buchan, Edgar Wallace, E Phillips Oppenheim, and the other wonderful writers of a time when to be a straight white English gentleman was to be at the pinnacle of human civilisation Obviously, if you weren t white, or upper class, or Christian, or male, or straight, it wasn t q I love Edwardian pulp, but I do love it I love Golden Age pre WWI Britain,...


  5. says:

    4.5 starsNote to self do not doubt KJ Charles shamefaced I love KJ Charles books Her Charm of the Magpie series, the Simon Feximal shorts, and even Non Stop till Tokyoall rocked my world But, I was interested in and ready for what I thought would be a character driven, slow paced, VERY British, gentle story And this is how I started Think of England.As I delved in, I wasn t immediately feeling the love It was ok, I guess But I was noticing things that were niggling on my brain.The cha 4.5 starsNote to self do not doubt KJ Charles shamefaced I love KJ Charles books Her Charm of the Magpie series, the Simon Feximal shorts, and even Non Stop till Tokyoall rocked my world But, I was interested in and ready for what I thought would be a character driven, slow paced, VERY British, gentle story And this is how I started Think of England.As I delved in, I wasn t immediately feeling the love It was ok, I guess But I was noticing things that were niggling on my brain.The characters I wasn t sure if I was meant to like them o...


  6. says:

    Five Very Proper English Stars Thanks to my very best girl, Mishy, for a great buddy read.Read this book Take my word for it and read this wonderfully fun romp in the English countryside, you will not regret it.The plot concerns Curtis, a wounded military man, investigating some evil doings at a country estate Curtis is a very proper Englishman until he meets Daniel, a poet who turns out to be a little bit .Daniel is sex on legs Curtis tries to resist his charmsbut danger, as it al Five Very Proper English Stars Thanks to my ve...


  7. says:

    Written July 20, 20144 1 2 Stars So VERY good, Wow, hopefully a new series to crave.A new novel by a favorite historical M M author It can not but be a grand reading experience.I don t have enough words I m on vacation and traveling a lot this summer and there s just no time for thoughtful lengthy reviews right now However, it must be said This was so amazingly good Just read and ENJOY England 1904A bunch of people are guest in an isolated Written July 20, 20144 1 2 Stars So VERY good, Wow, hopefully a new series to crave.A new novel by a favorite historical M M author It can not but be a grand reading experience.I don t have enough words I m on vacation and traveling a lot this summer and there s just no time for thoughtful lengthy reviews right now However, it must be said This was so amazingly good Just read and ENJOY England 1904A bunch of people are guest in an isolated, ultra modern country house The host, hostess and several of the household are suspected of crimes, and both strange and suspicious occurrences and questionable actions We face a new, but still an old fashioned, kind ofAgatha Christie criminal detective novelIt is a puzzle to be solved and our two fantastic heroes ...


  8. says:

    4.5 Bloody hell, I blame KJ Charles for upping my average rating Where will this madness end


  9. says:

    4.5 starsI know there was hardly a squeek from me whilst I read this, only one update, I did not browse through my GR feed, I just sat and read with a happy smile on my face.Flowing fun read with a cast of good characters not only the main ones Ms Charles had fun with people and plot and then I had fun reading this The story reminded me of Christie s and Heyer s crime stories, same time frame, same type of setting I ve spent many a lazy Saturday afternoon curled up reading their stories or wa 4.5 starsI know there was hardly a squeek from me whilst I read this, only one update, I did not browse through my GR f...


  10. says:

    4.5 starsKJ Charles, I bow down Such stellar writing 5 stars for that alone Nary a single typo in the entire book This was historical fiction at its best one stoic ex military man and one femme Jewish poet, a week in the countryside at a not everything is as it seems houseparty, mysteries, espionage, murder, and a couple very hot and heavy blowjobs This is not a GFY, but rather a sexual awakening of a deprived and repressed man at a time 1904, England when getting caught in a same sex 4.5 starsKJ Charle...


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