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Thanks for telling us about the problem. This book just was slamming me with all the emotional and psychological drama I look for in romance. His gentlenan began to catalog the many, intricate plant-based poisons he knew, several of which were rendered tasteless in a simple cup of tea.
I liked both of them a lot. The ending was so sweet and completely swoon worthy.
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Not only because, for once, the sex is for pleasure and not for profit. A Private Gentleman is a wonderful historical romance and i A complimentary copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. I am not going to spoil that meeting, but let’s just say they get to know each other well.
Account Options Sign in. I must admit, I am not just an epilogue whore, I’m a history whore as well and this story had me enthralled in the historical references, the sensitive subjects it touched on Two hopelessly flawed men discover that they aren’t as hopelessly flawed as they suspected.
She has a husband, a daughter, and too many cats. I loved both the MCs, and the botanical sub-plot was interesting if a little overwraught metaphor-wise. I don’t expect all fluffy bunnies, especially from this author, I just think all the conflict and angst overwhelmed things a bit. I can’t find this book anywhere in download form. He finds the orchid, yes but he finds something else even more rare and exquisite: Yet, in the same breath, I rejoiced in the fact that they were surrounded by a few caring souls who would help them begin the long journey toward healing, and each other.
Another great thing about the book that I want to note is that there’s no stupid misunderstandings, miscommunications, or dumb fights. Help Wes face the fears that cripple him—right after Michael finds the courage to reveal the devastating truth that binds them. We all deal with it as we can. Help Wes face the fears that cripple him—right after Michael finds the courage to reveal the devastating truth that binds them.
That’s what is most important to me – no sneering asshole hero. I think those two had more convictions alone than Wes and Michael combined.
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They are joined by tendrils of a shameful, unspoken history. Even though that was not on screen either, it was almost worse in the innuendo. They are joined by tendrils of a shameful, unspoken history.
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! Heidi also volunteers frequently for One Iowa, and is proud to be from the first Midwestern state to legalize same-sex marriage. The dashing, young prostitute has a story that will make you shudder. Great rent boys and insta-love.
Feb 20, DL rated it it was ok. But together they find the courage to be more and they truly are beautiful when they learn to live with their demons.
It was absolutely adorable to watch them become to enthralled and mesmerized when they got to explore their passions Wes with the plants and Michael with the books.
While Cullinan is hyper-focused on the romance between Wes and Michael, she peoples A Private Gentleman with characters who step onto the stage with their own powerful history. Not only because, for once, the sex culllnan for pleasure and not for profit.
I was NOT disappointed. This book was like one of those vending events where a well-versed eloquent salesperson effortlessly as anything manages to convince you that you can’t live without their goods – and you listen raptly nodding your head and open your purse wide since you’re sold, literally.
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Things don’t go quite according to Albert’s plan with trying to see the orchid, but he does get to sneak a look at the orchid, which makes Cullinan happy. Here is another book that isn’t getting the cullinah that the writing may deserve because the Theme was too much for me. 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.