Discreet Young Gentleman
All hell breaks loose when Dean Smith, Earl of Carwick, is tricked into being discovered in the company of Rob, a handsome male prostitute. Now Dean needs to repair his broken engagement to a wealthy heiress…and Rob is the only one who can identify the man who set him up, proving to Dean’s... show more
All hell breaks loose when Dean Smith, Earl of Carwick, is tricked into being discovered in the company of Rob, a handsome male prostitute. Now Dean needs to repair his broken engagement to a wealthy heiress…and Rob is the only one who can identify the man who set him up, proving to Dean’s fiancée that things weren’t as they appeared. The trip from Worcester to Bath turns into a journey of self-discovery, as Dean finds himself becoming increasingly attracted to Rob. His charming companion stirs feelings Dean has long kept repressed, but acting on them would make true the accusations that destroyed his engagement. Torn between duty and desire, Dean’s destiny lies in the hands of a Discreet Young Gentleman.
Publish date: 2006-10-31
Publisher: Seventh Window Publications
Pages no: 194
Edition language: English
This was a wonderful journey of a young earl and a discreet young gentleman set in early 19th century. A bit like GFY in the olden days. It all started with an ambush of a fake highwayman when the Earl of Carwick was on his way home. Little did either party knew that this was a plot to break Carwick...
It's like Kathleen Woodiwiss writing m/m!!!Yes, it sounds weird, she's one of the classical m/f romance authors of all times. The cover shows it all, it's like the ones in the 80s, the ones with blind-shining colors that are so tacky, the ones with long-haired Fabio holding an almost-climaxed woman....
Update:Not going to elaborate on the storyline or the characters, it can all be found in the reviews written by others.I only want to say that I loved everything about this book. Everything. Adding it to my favorites.****Opened the book today to discover that it has an ugly new cover instead of the ...
this cover—I mean, what is this life even—it's like the 70's just splattered come on an x-men comic—and yet here it is, on my shelf, like emergency chocolate in the pantry, behind the three year old box of grape-nuts
2.5This book existed on the fairly bland intersection of 'not campy enough' and 'not invested in the characters enough'. It would have been more enjoyable if it had either gone camp or emo.