ONE TOUCH OF SCANDAL - LIZ CARLYLE

ONE TOUCH OF SCANDAL - Liz Carlyle

LOVE LIZ CARLYLE. - Fraternitas Aureae Crucis #1

Very funny, Very witty.

Love the plot, Love the setting, Love the writing style. LOVE LOVE LOVE "Raju" / Adrian :) Jip, you guessed it, I'm a sucker for the mysterious bad boys.

Truely enjoyed this book. My Fav quote in this book is from Milo the parakeet "Skwwwaak British Prisoner, Help Help Help Skwwwaaaak" haha! Also love Nish's character. She comes across as cheeky and playful and teasing. Love the Devil may care attitude Adrian has. Life would be so much easier if i could be like that too. He is one of my favourite boys :)

Cant wait for book 2!!

 

PS.  - Fraternitas Aureae Crucis (FAC)

The Ancient and Mystical Order Rosæ Crucis, also called the Rosicrucian Order (AMORC), is a worldwide philosophical and humanistic fraternal organization devoted to "the study of the elusive mysteries of life and the universe."[1] The organization is non-sectarian and it is open to both men and women of legal adult age (18 years old in most countries) regardless of their various religious persuasions. The current open cycle of AMORC was activated by Harvey Spencer Lewis in 1915.[2]Lewis received authority to do so from the Supreme Council of the Rosicrucian Order after being tried, tested and finally initiated into the Order in 1909, Toulouse, France. AMORC is said to be the modern day manifestation of the ancient Rose-Croix Order which has its origin in theAncient Egyptian mystery schools.

AMORC's teachings draw upon ideas of the major philosophers, particularly Pythagoras, Thales, Solon, Heraclitus, Democritus, traditional healing techniques, health, intuition and the psychic consciousness, material and spiritual alchemy, sacred architecture, mystical sounds, breathing techniques, meditation, natural, mystical, and artificial symbolism, the great religious movements, the psychic body, karma and reincarnation. (Thank you Wikipedia)

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Mystical_Order_Rosae_Crucis