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Unfit to PrintOnce beloved boy has grown into a man who makes his mouth water Now the upright lawyer and the illicit bookseller need to work together to track down the missing youth And on the way they may even learn if there’s than just memory and old affection binding them togeth ”You’ve really got a problem with the pictures?” “Of course I do” Vikram snapped “They’re illegal immoral and obscene” “Right but what’s bad about them?” This novella is to borrow a phrase from the vernacular supes adorbs Vikram is a repressed do gooding solicitor; Gil is a seller and author of dirty books who’s never met a diem he didn’t carpe They haven’t seen each other for years until very movie trailer voice one day the last person Gil expects to see walking into his shop may be the only customer he needsLook there is a reason no one hires me to blurb books but this is a very enjoyable read I particularly appreciated the way Vikram’s and Gil’s relationship develops over the course of the story it’s not a long book but there is real development there Also Satan the cat is an excellent supporting character

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Unfit to Print doc î ebook Ç eyltransferservices µ ➬ Unfit to Print Read ➵ Author K.J. Charles – Eyltransferservices.co.uk When crusading lawyer Vikram Pandey sets out in search of a missing youth his investigations take him to Holywell Street London’s most notorious address He expects to find a disWhen crusading lawyer Vikram Pandey sets out in search of a missing youth his investigations take him to Holywell Street London’s most notorious address He expects to find a disgraceful array of sordid bookshops He doesn’t expect one of them to be run by the long los 45 stars I’ve read an embarrassment of riches lately an average rating much higher than my norm But this one had something that the others didn’t at least not to this degree It made me outright cackle dozens of times in its short lengthA damn lot of skill and intelligence goes into writing humorously like this Not like a stand up comedy type thing but rather exposition and inner monologue presented in a way that makes you chuckle Dialogue that has those everyday witty comebacks that we take for granted when we’re with our friends but that rarely come across fluidly in booksThat humor was one of the things that made Gil Vikram and their story seem so real Not only were their personalities strengths and flaws etc well illustrated but they thought and spoke not like narrated fictional characters but like actual people I know Well with allowances made for the century and a half time difference One other thing I loved was how the author incorporated sexiness without too many full on sex scenes that would have been overload There was some on page sex but beyond that she referenced it flashed back to it a few hot lines without all the full details The first time I realized she was doing this I felt straight up gypped 😆 But as I continued reading I realized the brilliance of it The few not subtle phrases that managed to get me hot and bothered without an entire scene — possibly even than an entire scene would have It was a perfect balanceThis was my first dip into KJC even any MM historical actually so I’m not sure if these elements are typical of her writing but I REALLY hope so I’m sure I’ll find out very soon

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T friend whose disappearance and presumed death he’s been mourning for thirteen years Gil Lawless became a Holywell Street bookseller for his own reasons and he’s damned if he’s going to apologise or listen to moralising from anyone Not even Vikram; not even if the I absolutely adored this story and reminded of how much I enjoy KJ Charles' writing Two private school mates from minority backgrounds reconnect after 13 years apart They were best friends back then and strangers but still familiar to each other when they unexpectedly meet again The two work together to find a missing adolescent and the friendship springs back to life and the buried attraction isn't far behind It's not all roses they both have some issues between them to work through as well I loved the Victorian time period feeling how the writing made me feel I was right there on the filthy cobbled streets and in the dusty book shops I loved the two main characters as well how different types of men they had grown up to be and how well they still fit together as friends The missing person storyline was the driver of the second chance romance not at the forefront which was exactly the right balance I enjoy in a romance novel