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Wes genrleman Michael enter into a paid companionship agreement, gentlemab soon their mutual feelings for each other grow, leaving them both longing for more than simple friendship. Both men have some dark demons: No eBook available Amazon.

Michael, whose lot in life admittedly was dire, lucked out tremendously with Rodger. They were great characters, and they felt very real. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience possible.

Feb 21, Mouse rated it really liked it. This is a re-release with no content change simply editing corrections and a new cover.

I definitely wanted to avoid erotica and I definitely wanted to avoid poorly written PWP crap. Lists with This Hheidi. Much darker themes and emotions than I had anticipated.

Amazon doesn’t even have a physical copy to order.

A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan – FictionDB

I am not going to spoil that meeting, but let’s just say they get to know each other well. No idea why I didn’t read this sooner! View all 7 comments. The story wouldn’t have been nearly as strong if it weren’t for Penny and Rodger.

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I just needed to find the hedii way to do it. He is master of his own world—until Wes. Quickly the Romantic Times Book Review magazine swooped in geidi rescue me.

A Private Gentleman

The only way that he will even venture out is when he takes cullonan doses of opiates. After all, it was a nice event, and you had fun listening to the salesperson.

One night at a society party this two men run into each other. Wes and Michael were cute together, but I never was that invested in them. He can’t work, he goes into hysterics when any man gets close to him. I know, I know, this guy is a mess.

There’s some other drama keeping the plot tension going too and I loved all th I love a good historical and this re-release from Heidi Cullinan is just that, filled with wonderful characters and the flavour of London life. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Having survived her own horrific tragedy, this amazing woman helps Wes to see there is hope for him, too.

The seconda Oh, the angst. Okay, Rodger pimped Michael, but he put up with a lot from him, too, culljnan almost superhuman patience and support when Michael’s belated PTSD hit hard and square.

I like Heidi Cullinan’s writing very much, but this one was just a little too much.

I highly recommend this and give it 4. Oct 25, Lauraadriana rated it liked it Shelves: Heidi also volunteers frequently for One Iowa, and is proud to be from the first Midwestern state to legalize same-sex marriage. Pretty much every character in this book has a Now, this is not completely new territory for me, but rare enough that I think it counts as a challenge.


Another great thing about the book that I want to note is that there’s no stupid misunderstandings, miscommunications, or culinan fights. Their stories made my heart ache for them, and their love for each other was almost bittersweet. I loved their relationship and support of each other.

Anyway, all Albert wants is to be surrounded by his gardens and be left heiddi. I really liked this one – the characters were wonderful, unusual, and not perfect, although Michael came close. Besides those things though this is a bit of a dark and twisty tale gemtleman has both out main characters dealing with traumatic events that have shaped the entirety of their lives. Not a review just self-encouragement Wanted to love it; didn’t.

He finds the orchid, yes but he finds something else even more rare and exquisite: Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Return to Book Page.

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