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The Gentleman's Madness - Community Reviews back

by Summer Devon, Bonnie Dee
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Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it 5 years ago
The writing teams of Dee & Devon have satisfied me with The Gentleman and the Rogue. A Gentleman's Madness is another winner for me. Sam Tully works and cares for the patients at Fairpark Asylum. It is there he meets the professor. John Gilliam has been committed by his well-meaning family for crim...
Giulio
Giulio rated it 6 years ago
I was hoping for something like this:I got this instead:Set at the end of the 18th century, the book tells the story of John Gilliam, an academic locked up in an asylum for his homosexuality and Sam Tully, an attendant who is attracted to John. Gilliam’s stay in the asylum felt like a holiday in a ...
Nancy
Nancy rated it 6 years ago
Is that man a vampire? Does that manic gleam in his eyes mean he is about to feed? The blurb didn’t indicate there were vampires in this story, so I promptly put the cover picture out of my mind. I do love the title, however, and was thrilled to get the opportunity to read this historical romance se...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 6 years ago
As my "final" book for my personal MM historical challenge this month, once again, I got help from Heather C who rec'd this. Since I loved the first book that I tried from this author, The Gentleman and The Rogue, I thought, why not...In the beginning, I was quite shocked to find out that the story ...
adrianamae
adrianamae rated it 6 years ago
The blurb ended up being much better than the book - OR - I was expecting more of this story than I was given. The cover didn't help either... I thought that the hero would be an intense, tortured semi-psycho or it would head toward some type of paranormal element.
idamus
idamus rated it 6 years ago
Putting this on (permanent) hiatus, so boring
Reader's Discretion Advised
Reader's Discretion Advised rated it 6 years ago
#O_O that cover #omg what is this #am i actually staring at a clockwork orange? #seriously, look at those eyelashes #help alex was reborn and now he's staring at me and I'm just a little bit scared #oh god oh god I'm going to diepost-readThis was...too...happy. Cheerful. Not-dark-enough. It was...be...
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 6 years ago
A historical M/M romance, apparently well researched and written with the proper language of the times as well as creating the right setting. John Gilliam has been sent to an insane asylum after being discovered by his father in a compromising position with another man, something not done in 1880's ...
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