Charming rascal Tristan Northwood seems to have it all: an ancient name, a noble inheritance, a lovely wife, and a son he adores. Women love him, men admire him, and it seems there is nothing he can't do, whether it's seducing a society wife or winning a carriage race. Little does Society suspect... show more
Charming rascal Tristan Northwood seems to have it all: an ancient name, a noble inheritance, a lovely wife, and a son he adores. Women love him, men admire him, and it seems there is nothing he can't do, whether it's seducing a society wife or winning a carriage race. Little does Society suspect that the name means nothing to him, the fortune is in his father's controlling hands, and he has no interest in his wife except a very distant friendship. Society bores him, and he takes dares because he only feels alive when he's dancing on the edge... until his wife's brother comes home from the wars. Decorated war hero Major Charles Mountjoy jerks Tris out of his despair by inspiring feelings of passion Tris had never suspected himself capable of. Almost as terrifying as those feelings for Charles are the signs Charles might return his affection-or, even worse, that Charles sees the man Tristan has been trying so valiantly to hide from the world.
Publish date: May 2nd 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 350
Edition language: English
, Historical Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
I may sound like a freak but one of the reasons I loved this book so much was the medical stuff! Ok, I wouldn't have liked this book so much if it were a boring essay. I never read essays, period. Almost. But I surely enjoy m/m romances, and a good historical one is difficult to find. The science pa...
Such a beautiful and moving love story.Set during the Napoleonic Wars this book offers well researched historical background and even better developed characters.It's one of my favourite love stories ever, gay or straight.
I loved it and I didn't want it to end, but somewhere near the end it started to lose a little something. I'm not sure if that means it should have been shorter or if there's a specific problem with the last 20% or so of the story, because I can't pinpoint what soured for me. Though 'soured' is a bi...