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A Gentleman Never Tells (Rogues' Dynasty Series #4)

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  • Posted June 23, 2011

    Great Read

    The words funny and charming, sensual and compelling could describe this story. Amelia Grey has created characters with depth who interact in entertaining ways. A Gentleman Never Tells is a delightful Regency-era romance.

    Gabrielle, a once obedient Duke's daughter, sees something that drags her from her proper ways. She does a shocking thing in a park, starting the novel off with a surprise. The reckless thing she does changes the life of an innocent man, a Viscount.

    Don't feel bad for the Viscount though, great guy that he is, even though trouble follows him around since meeting Gabrielle. After his encounter with her, his heart is never the same.

    Witty dialogue and humorous dog adventures give this book a slightly funny tone under the romantic one. Secondary characters add an interesting touch to the story. Some are funny, like the odd Lord Snellingly and his obsession with his dog. Some are truly unlikeable characters who fortunately didn't have too much space on the pages, like Gabrielle's completely selfish, self-absorbed sister Rosa. What a wretched person.

    The main character though, the Viscount, is so thoroughly likeable that he's perfect for the warm-hearted Gabrielle. They are great together, despite the things that she does.

    Marriage, infidelity, and sisterly relationships come into play, their themes adding meaning and perspective. Wonderful sensual moments are weaved throughout the story and are just perfect.

    As likeable as Gabrielle is, at times, she is a bit hypocritical, like when she uses her antics (which are admittedly humorous) to dissuade the Viscount from wanting her and yet she always seems to be looking her best. She thinks he doesn't want to marry her and is being forced to. However, he is constantly warm toward her and wants to kiss her. Are those the actions of a man who feels trapped?

    Despite this, the book is delightful. The ending is charming and unforgettable. Amelia Grey can write a great tale. Regency fans should check this one out.

    Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2013

    Somewhat disappointed.

    I've enjoyed Amelia Grey's work in the past, but was somewhat disappointed this time around, primarily because I couldn't detect the chemistry needed to make the love interest work.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2012

    It was just OK.

    It wasn't a bad story or a great story. It wasn't historically wonderful, but passed. It was a little slow, but still not horrible. I would say Mediocre is the best explanation.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 20, 2011

    RATING:4.5!A MUST READ!A GENTLEMAN NEVER TELLS BY AMELIA GREY...

    A GENTLEMAN NEVER TELLS by Amelia Grey is an exciting historical romance set in Regency England. It is written with depth and details. The characters are charming,enchanting,engaging and will capture your heart. How much trouble could one little kiss cause,Viscount Brentwood is soon to fine out when the delightful,enchanting Lady Gabrielle does just not,one early morning in the park. This is a beautifully written story of love,passion,romance,sweet sensuality,witty dialogue,scandal,a touch of mystery,a touch of suspense and family drama. It will keep you turning pages from the first sentence to the last sentence. While Viscount Brentwood and Lady Gabrielle learn to trust each other,find their happiness,fight their attraction to each other,deal with a little family drama and did I mention dogs. One kidnapped,while the other is growing older.You can only delight in this plot and cast of characters. This is a must read and a keeper. With humor,and passion you can't go wrong with A Gentleman Never Tells. This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher.Details can be found at Sourcebooks Casablanca,an imprint of Sourcebooks,Inc. and My Book Addiction Reviews.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 28, 2014

    Fourth book in the Rogue series. I truly loved the character of

    Fourth book in the Rogue series. I truly loved the character of Brent. Gabrielle coming out of the fog with her huge dog and kissing him, taking him unaware and the passion they share as her father finds them. A great story. I was glad that Gabrielle grew with her character and figured out what she wanted and then went after it. The two dogs added to the story. The spoiled sister was a brat. the Aunt was delightful. Having Brent's twin brothers in the story was fun and of course Randolph Gibson added to all the stories.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2013

    Save your money.  OK, our hero is a gentleman.  Unbelievably sil

    Save your money.  OK, our hero is a gentleman.  Unbelievably silly heroine featured throughout - enough already!  Remaining characters not worth the ink.

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