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  • For the Love of the Gentleman

    A feel good read! Entertaining people, interesting subject matter and a happy ending!

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  • Delightful!

    For The Love of the Gentleman is another delightful addition to The Noble Hearts series. Lady Prudence is a very talented artist and has decided to leave the social whirl and pursue her art. She has been offered a show at Goddard and Reeves Gallery. To say that Ash Reeves dislikes Society is an understatement. While he admits Prudence is talented, he is positive she is not serious about her art. Tension is thick from the moment they meet. Ash is temperamental, distrustful, and arrogant. While Pru is confident and talented, she is confused by Ash’s attitude. They don’t have to like each other; they don’t have to fall in love; they just have to get along until her show is over. Can they? Will they? It was fun to watch the interaction between Ash and Pru. I love Lord Pomeroy’s gentle encouragement (meddling). Will it help bring them together? Will there be a family meeting at the end of this one? Great characters and an entertaining story filled with humor, discovery, and surprises make this a wonderful conclusion to the series.

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  • What an interesting book

    I really enjoyed reading about Lady Prudence taking her future into her own hands. She decided no more societal husband hunting for her. She is after her passion of being an artist. When she is contracted by an art gallery to display her work, she meets Mr. Ashton Reeves one of the owners. Ashton has a chip on his shoulder. He despises anyone of peerage. I like the antagonistic banter between Pru and Ashton. It shows wit and humor. They take as good as they give. As Ashton gets to know Pru his prejudices are knocked down one by one and he can't fight the attraction between Pru and himself. Pru does not fight the attraction at all she welcomes it. Ashton is his own worst enemy and keeps messing up with Pru due to his belief he is not worthy of her. Then there is the subplot of Ashton's father. That was quite surprising. What really got me was when Ashton's mother sees his father after so many years and the results. An entertaining read and I do recommend it,

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