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Never a Gentleman (The Hunt Club Book 5) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00OM8OBNS
- Publisher : Heather Boyd (2 December 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 692 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 108 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 550,556 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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WARNING: Do not believe any reviewer who says these are stand-alones. You will miss half the fun if you don't read them in order.
ALMOST AN EQUAL: This establishes the pattern--hunky mid-30s Duke of Byworth suddenly thrown into a situation with his right hand man Henry that has them falling in lust and love while the duke's wife is cheating on him. We are introduced to several characters who will continue to pop up in future tales, but this one stands on its own as a pacesetter. I liked both characters but this one could have used a better portrait of the duke on the cover.
BARELY A MASTER: What I first thought was a despicable character in the first book, the Duke of Lewes, turns out to be quite a different and very conflicted piece of work in this one. His complete infatuation with his beloved "Archer," former favored rent boy who disappeared but whom readers will know has disguised himself in the employ of the Duke of Byworth, sets the stage for a mildly dom-sub scenario that works. The cover of this one is perfect.
HARDLY A STRANGER: This one's cover is perfect, and the entire series depends upon a the long-lived dependency and love between Ambrose, the Duke of Staines, and Francis, his footman and friend and eventually lover. Staines runs the biggest private club in London where the men of the entire series, and those who prefer women, can come to wine, dine and play. Francis is his protector and also self-taught surgeon, and the way they play off each other and keep control of the series and its MCs is remarkably astute.
JUST A DREAM: The two youngest MCs, Rafael and James, bring us a sweet love story which has all the heat but somewhat more charm than the others and in many ways is a perfect palate cleanser between the more intense third and fifth books. Realisitic cover.
NEVER A GENTLEMAN: Two complete opposites--banker Victor Knight and secret spy Earl of Beecroft Daniel Williams are temperate and social opposites, this is perhaps the most believable coupling of the quintet because the men have reached their mid-30s at personal loose ends. That the plot introduces some employment loose ends which threaten to drive them apart, this has more heart-tugging than the rest, and it not only works for this novella, but also ties up the series very nicely. Perfect depictions on the cover.