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A Private Gentleman
There’s nothing wrong grntleman me. We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. Wes was alright, but he could be annoying. I’ve wanted to read A Private Gentleman for a while and I’ve never gotten around to it.
Jun 08, Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: Painfully introverted and rendered nearly mute by a heavy stammer, Lord George Albert Westin rarely ventures any farther than the club or his beloved gardens. The secondary characters added depth and complexity.
I had a serious problem with this book that had nothing to do with pet-peeves or chicks-with-dicks but I have to go back and re-read some parts to be sure. His mind began to catalog the many, intricate plant-based poisons he knew, several of which were rendered tasteless in a simple cup of tea.
But he is basically very unhappy. The story wouldn’t have been nearly as strong if it weren’t for Penny and Rodger. I know, I know it doesn’t sound very fairytaleish, but is was such a pleasure following their struggle to be together while trying really hard to overcame their inner demons and boy do they have big ones! Not my favorite book by this author.
While there was no clearly marked “Epilogue” the Epilogue Whore that roars within me settled down and was slumbering peacefully by the end of this book and wonder of wonders the story ended so damn beautifully I don’t even feel the need to ask for a sequel.
These two thru circumstances find comfort in each other and thru love find peace and happiness. Will I shout a “stay off this” warning all over the place? He thinks Wes might the man to cure him, since he cannot stop thinking about the man since their encounter.
Michael, whose lot in life admittedly was dire, lucked out tremendously with Rodger. The closer his shy, poppy-addicted lover lures him to the light of love, the harder his past works to drag him back into the dark.
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Review also posted at Gay Book Reviews – check it out! Here is another book that isn’t getting the stars that the writing may deserve because the Theme was too much for me. Both of these guys are stronger together and have their flaws.
Aug 20, Audrey rated it really liked it Shelves: I mean, I read it and liked the characters, but I never really cared about them. There is a b-b-bookstore ahead. A sweet and tender love story between a whore and the second son of a lord, who happens to be a stammerer and opium dependant.
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One thing that happened a lot with this story was that the story alternated progressing very slowly, to chaotic, five things happening at once. Not Heidi’s usual kinkiness she can deliver oh boy, that woman can write some kink. Feb 14, Simsala added hwidi Shelves: He finds the orchid, yes but he finds something else even more rare and exquisite: When he hears rumors of an exotic new orchid sighted at a local hobbyist’s house, though, he girds himself with opiates and gentlemaan to attend a house party, hoping to sneak a peek.
This one touched mine in all the wrong ways. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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However, her power as a writer is in her depiction of em A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan is at its core the love story of Lord George Albert Westin and Michael Vallant; it’s a tale of failure and redemption in families, friendships and society. I can dance, and I can speak. They have been surviving not really living and this story really forces them to see and address what they’ve been running from.