The Making of a Gentleman
Publish date: October 1st 2010
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, European History
, Regency Romance
, French Revolution
Series: The Sons of the Revolution (#2)
In some ways this book was much better than The Making of a Duchess, but in some ways it wasn't as great. I loved the overall story with Armand and his past. Little by little it was revealed what happened to him to make him the way he was. Also, all of it was unexpected! This was a contrast to the f...
Armand, has recently been rescued from twelve years in prison by his brother that he barely recognizes. Armand, can't stand another's touch, and he doesn't understand most of what is going on around him. He can understand some of that which his family speaks of, but he has yet been able to communica...
Vicar’s daughter thought she was hired to tutor a young Comte but instead meets an adult version who looks untamed, doesn’t speak, & howled when she stopped playing the piano. Hero was imprisoned in relative isolation for 12 years in a French prison & was only recently rescued by his older duke brot...
Started out good, but -- about midway through -- devolved into a sloppy, boring mess. The characters are never well-developed, and the plot drags and drags and drags...The story is this: Armand was a French aristocrat captured during the French Revolution, when he was 11. He was put in a prison c...
Can't really say I 'read' the whole thing considering I skimmed 80% of it. The story and the characters just didn't grab me. It was dull for me. The plot was there I read the description on the back of the book and was interested I liked the set up for it but it just quickly lost me. Characters were...
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