Title: A Gentleman Never Tells
Author: Amelia Grey
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publication Date: July 1, 2011
Paperback: 384 pages
Genre: Historical Romance, Historical Fiction
From the Publisher:
A stolen kiss from a stranger…
As if from a dream, Lady Gabrielle walked from the mist and into Viscount Brentwood’s arms. Within moments, he’s embroiled in more scandal than he ever thought possible…
Can sink even a perfect gentleman…
Beautiful, clever, and courageous, Lady Gabrielle needs Brent’s help to get out of a seriously bad situation. But the more she gets to know him, the worse she feels about ruining his life…
Enter the unforgettable world of Amelia Grey’s sparkling Regency London, where a single encounter may have devastating consequences for a gentleman and a lady…
A Gentleman Never Tells by Amelia Grey is her fourth novel in The Rogues’ Dynasty series and hits the mark as a Regency Period novel. Grey, in her characteristic writing style tells of Lady Gabrielle, a beautiful young woman who is caught in the throes of an arranged marriage and desperately is seeking a way out. With excellent character descriptions, readers are transported to the period and learn of Viscount Brentwood who happens upon Gabrielle while out one morning in the park and it seems a match, and Gabrielle’s savior from a most assuredly dreadful pre-arranged marriage, was standing there before her. Or so it seems, and readers will be surprised at what scandals lie beneath the surface. Grey has crafted an intriguing tale of love, determination, scandal and secrets in this delightfully captivating romantic encounter. Fans of historical fiction and romance will find A Gentleman Never Tells to be a rewarding reading experience and will also want to keep an eye out for Amelia Grey’s next novel, A Dash of Scandal which will be released in October.
To learn more about author Amelia Grey and her books, please visit her website.
I received a complimentary arc of A Gentleman Never Tells by Amelia Grey from Sourcebooks. Receiving a complimentary copy in no way reflected my review of aforementioned novel.