Remnant: a story by Jordan L Hawk & KJ Charles

Rated 4.75/5 based on 8 reviews
London, 1899. A malevolent occult force is attacking London’s beautiful people, and the only clue is in ancient Egyptian script. Ghost-hunter Simon Feximal suspects scholar-sorceror Percival Endicott Whyborne is involved. Can they - and their excessively friendly partners - work together to solve the crimes? KJ Charles and Jordan L Hawk join characters and forces in a Victorian m/m romance. More
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About KJ Charles

KJ Charles writes romance, mostly m/m, mostly paranormal, fantastical, magical, historical, and wordy. She is the author of The Magpie Lord and a Rainbow Award-winner for A Case of Possession, Think of England and the Secret Casebook of Simon Feximal, all published by Samhain. She is an editor by trade, and lives in London.

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Reviews of Remnant: a story by Jordan L Hawk & KJ Charles by KJ Charles

arcwin reviewed on Aug. 13, 2022

Really enjoyed reading about Simon and Robert again, and was happy to be introduced to Whyborne and Griffin through this collaboration. So fun.
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KC Riley-Gyer reviewed on June 7, 2021

I can't remember exactly how I'd found this book but it was via Jordan L. Hawk's Whyborne and Griffin series. This just so happens to be the first of KJ Charles I've read.

I love this book. Start reading Necropolis first but stop before they reach Egypt then read this book. After completion, finish Necropolis. I'm not sure where in the Casebook of Simon Feximal series of stories this sits but this is a good read by itself.

The characters' interactions are hilarious. Honestly, this was a fun read that I have re-read a few times already.
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MJ Marshall reviewed on Dec. 12, 2018

I've read everything by both authors and didn't know this existed until this evening! enjoyed the hell out of it. The writing of both was their usual delight and worked very well in tandem. YUM!
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galenlisle reviewed on May 15, 2014

So much fun to find this! A wonderful little treasure.
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Ris reviewed on April 19, 2014

Please, please more Feximal and Caldwell. And just because of this story I discovered Jordan L Hawk - such a lucky break!
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Ingela reviewed on April 2, 2014

Another good one by these two brilliant authors.
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Ruby Jewlz reviewed on March 13, 2014

I enjoyed reading about Simon and Robert again, Griffin and Ival were just as entertaining.
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Kira Delaney reviewed on March 11, 2014

enjoyed this story thoroughly even though i haven't read the associated series yet. but now i will!
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