Friday’s Fab Five ~ Hero’s

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Today for my Fabulous Five the theme is all thing’s Wounded Hero and how a good woman can mend so many broken wing’s whether they be Soldier’s or Spies here is my favorite five.

1. Gaelen Foley ~ Lord Of Ice ( Knight Miscellany #3)

Lord of ice

 

 

 

Damien Knight, the Earl of Winterley, is proud, aloof, and tormented by memories of war. Though living in seclusion, he is named guardian to a fellow officer’s ward. Instead of the young homeless waif he was expecting, however, Miranda FitzHubert is a stunning, passionate beauty who forces him back into society. But can Miranda help severely scarred Damien over come his demon’s?

2. Mary Balogh ~ The Arrangement ( Survivor’s Club Series #2)

The arrangement

Blinded by a cannon blast on the Napoleonic battlefields, Vincent Hunt, Lord Darleigh, needs time away from the well-meaning meddling – and matchmaking – of his family. But anonymity proves impossible, and soon another marital trap is sprung. Luckily, he is saved in time by a stranger with a captivating voice that stirs something deep inside. And when Miss Sophia Fry’s intervention on his behalf finds her unceremoniously booted from her guardian’s home, Vincent can see a solution to both their problems: marriage

3. Elizabeth Hoyt ~ To Desire A Devil (Legend of Four Soldier’s #4)

To desire a devil

Reynaud St. Aubyn has spent the last seven years in hellish captivity. Now half mad with fever he bursts into his ancestral home and demands his due. Can this wild-looking man truly be the last earl’s heir, thought murdered by Indians years ago?

4. Gaelen Foley ~ My Ruthless Prince ( Inferno Club #4)

My ruthless prince

To London’s aristocracy, the Inferno Club is a scandalous society of men no proper young lady would acknowledge. In private, they are warriors who would do anything to protect their king and country. Book 4 of The Inferno Club focuses on Drake Parry, Earl of Westwood, who at the beginning of the series get’s court by the enemy and get’s tortured so badly that he loses his memory. This we see him regain his memory and try to defeat the evil Promethean’s at the same time trying to save not only the woman he love’s but his very soul.

5. Gaelen Foley ~ Her Every Pleasure (Spice Trilogy #3)

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Princess Sophia was only a child when Napoleon conquered the island paradise ruled by her father. Raised in England and now twenty-one, she means to claim the throne that is rightfully hers and bring peace to her war-torn land. But an ambush by deadly enemies forces Sophia into hiding outside London. Disguising herself as a peasant girl until she can safely return, she meets Major Gabriel Knight, a wounded warrior whose brush with death has utterly changed him.
Heir to a great fortune, and a master swordsman, he has given up his worldly possessions and laid down his arms. Sophia is fascinated by his brooding magnetism, and Gabriel, lured by her beauty and healed by her touch, is drawn back inexorably toward the world of the living.

 

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4 thoughts on “Friday’s Fab Five ~ Hero’s

    thebookandtheteapot said:
    13/11/2015 at 11:47 pm

    Love Lord of Ice by Gaelen Foley, great list 🙂

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      The Reading Chick responded:
      14/11/2015 at 11:49 am

      Thank you!! Lord of Ice is brilliant isn’t it? Thank you for the comment, always a pleasure 🙂

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    Escapethroughthepage said:
    14/11/2015 at 1:52 pm

    Love the list, and my all time favorite Gaelen Foley book is on it ~ My Ruthless Prince 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

      The Reading Chick responded:
      14/11/2015 at 2:01 pm

      My Ruthless Prince is great isn’t? Thank’s for dropping by, always a pleasure 🙂

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