Books by Gaelen Foley

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The Pirate Prince

Gaelen Foley's debut is an old-school romance heavy on the fairy-tale aspect as it comes complete with a handsome prince, a fair maid whose esteem he must win, and a devastated kingdom requiring his noble touch to return it to its former glory. But if The Pirate Prince is a fairy tale, it's a dark o ...

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Lady of Desire

At some point in the future, Lady Jacinda Knight might well become a mature and interesting woman. But at 18, she's just not there yet. And therein lies a very big problem. In Lady of Desire, Gaelen Foley has created a tortured, mature, and completely three-dimensional hero (and mega-sexy, to boot) ...

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Lord of Fire/Lord of Ice

Lord of Fire and Lord of Ice, both by Gaelen Foley, were published in consecutive months (January and February) and feature twin brothers as heroes. Lord Lucien Knight, Foley's Lord of Fire, is seemingly a rogue who indulges in the worst of perversions. He blackmails virginal Alice Montague into re ...

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Lord of Ice

I happily devoured Lord of Ice in one gulp. Only after I had turned the last page did I realize that it made a rather unsatisfying meal. Damien Knight, earl of Winterley, was a war hero on the Peninsula. Now that Napoleon is imprisoned on Elba Damien is experiencing what we recog ...

B+
Lord of Fire

I have been looking forward to this story ever since I closed the cover on The Duke last year. Of course it's tough for a book to live up to those heady expectations. Fortunately I was not disappointed by Lord of Fire, though there was a brief moment of panic at the beginning because of surface simi ...

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The Duke

I was bit worried when I started hearing all the positive word of mouth for this book, because when I had skimmed it initially, I hadn't wanted to dive right in. I was pleasantly surprised to discover The Duke definitely deserves its buzz. Robert Knight, the Duke of Hawkscliffe, is called the Par ...

B
Prince Charming

Prince Charming, the third in Gaelen Foley's historical romance trilogy set on the imaginary island nation of Ascension, is a book I recommend to those looking for a slightly more complex and realistic romance than many others. I had tried to read the second of the trilogy - The Princess - only to ...

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Princess

Be careful what you ask for; you might get it. My number one complaint about many romances I have read and reviewed is lack of editing. If only they had been disciplined, polished and given all that surface shine they richly deserve they would have been so much better. Princess is the opposite: a bo ...