A Gentleman Says "I Do"
Her Writing Talent is Causing All Kinds of Trouble... The daughter of a famous writer, Catalina Crisp has helped her father publish a parody that makes Iverson Brentwood's whole family the talk of the town, and not in a good way. Because He's the Reality Behind the Story... Furious and... show more
Her Writing Talent is Causing All Kinds of Trouble... The daughter of a famous writer, Catalina Crisp has helped her father publish a parody that makes Iverson Brentwood's whole family the talk of the town, and not in a good way. Because He's the Reality Behind the Story... Furious and threatening, Iverson storms into Catalina's house, demanding satisfaction, but the infamous rake has finally met his match. With her cool demeanor and intense intelligence, Catalina heats his blood like no other woman in his notorious history... Praise for A Gentleman Never Tells "Grey combines wit and charm in another enchanting, delicious romance."—RT Book Reviews "Well written and entertaining."—Night Owl Romance Reviewer Top Pick "Humor, romance, mystery, and comedy of errors...All of it well done."—Books Like Breathing "Grey has created an intriguing tale of love, determination, scandal, and secrets in this delightfully captivating romantic encounter."—Rundpinne
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 2012
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Rogues' Dynasty (#5)
Iverson Brentwood, the Rake of Baltimore, returned to London with his twin with the hopes of building their shipping empire on home soil. What he's returned to is being fodder for the gossip mill because of his similar appearance to a certain member of society who is not his father. Hope of the go...
Iverson is gunning for the man who wrote an embarrassing parody about his family. He hopes to confront Sir Phillip and to extract a promise that such a story will never be published again. When Iverson knocks on the door, it's not Sir Phillip he finds, but the man's spirited daughter, Catalina, inst...
You guys know that historical romance is one of my many guilty pleasures right? Because they are. I love the romance and the drama and the dresses and the men being manly and ALL THE EMOTIONS. And it always makes me a little sad when I don't feel much of anything while reading them, and that's exact...