Discreet Young Gentleman [NOOK Book]

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All hell breaks loose when Dean Smith, Earl of Carwick, is tricked into being discovered in the company of Rob, a handsome male prostitute. Now Dean needs to repair his broken engagement to a wealthy heiress...and Rob is the only one who can identify the man who set him up, proving to Dean's fiancée that things weren't as they appeared.

The trip from Worcester to Bath turns into a journey of self-discovery, as Dean finds himself becoming ...
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Overview

All hell breaks loose when Dean Smith, Earl of Carwick, is tricked into being discovered in the company of Rob, a handsome male prostitute. Now Dean needs to repair his broken engagement to a wealthy heiress...and Rob is the only one who can identify the man who set him up, proving to Dean's fiancée that things weren't as they appeared.

The trip from Worcester to Bath turns into a journey of self-discovery, as Dean finds himself becoming increasingly attracted to Rob. His charming companion stirs feelings Dean has long kept repressed, but acting on them would make true the accusations that destroyed his engagement in the first place. Torn between duty and desire, Dean's destiny lies in the hands of a Discreet Young Gentleman.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982814307
  • Publisher: Seventh Window Publications
  • Publication date: 10/31/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 194
  • Sales rank: 499,947
  • File size: 372 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2007

    Historical Gay ?Romance

    During the carriage ride back to Carwick estate after an unsuccessful attempt to acquire rent monies on his properties the new Earl, Dean Smith was ambushed by a very attractive highway man. The highway man never saw the attack from the Earl coming. When the Magistrate tells the Earl his engagement to the magistrates daughter is called off, Dean convinces the highway man to travel by his side to Bath, and identify the person responsible for the setup. Along the journey the two men begin a friendship of sorts but still hit a few bad patches along the way. Dean tries to come to terms with Rob being a male prostitute, but still can not fathom why a man of his beauty resorted to such an awful means of income. Dean also begins to have dreams of Rob and the love making they could share. Although that will never be an option to Dean, he is engaged still in his mind and has no intention of experiencing the delicious companion he has assisting him. Dean never looked at himself as handsome, but Rob could not find him more attractive. Dean often tries to figure out Rob, but the man has too many secrets hidden with no intention of giving away the answers. One night the two men experience the most incredible nights anyone could imagine, but Dean knows he must find his fiance and there can never be anything with Rob...Or can there? Also a mysterious lady in grey is following the carriage to each destination but why and what do the Earl and Rob have that could keep her on their tails? This book is wonderful to curl up with on a rainy day in your pajama's and an old homemade quilt. It was full of romance, secrecy and an amazing twist. This book is sure to keep you turning the pages and looking forward to the other works by MJ Pearson. Discreet Young Gentleman is a 5 heart read, and I suggest you add it to your library today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2013

    Good read.

    Discreet Young Gentleman by MJ Pearson was a good read. I liked it. It has it's slow moments but what story doesn't? There was excellent character development and you found yourself really starting to become invested in their lives quickly into the read. I won't write a book report giving away the story but simply state that I liked it and I hope you will too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2012

    A Incredible Love Story

    I've alomst every single one of M.J Pearsons books and I wait to hear if there are more coming soon. This was my first M.J book and I found myself having to slow down in the third day of reading it. If you love romance, secerts and truths revealed(and a hot male prostitute with a thing for freckled red heads) then this is a must read for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2006

    It's got it all.

    Just finished reading Discreet Young Gentleman and loved the story which was delightfully different, fast-paced and funny, not your run-of-the-mill romance. I quickly became intrigued by the main characters, Rob and Dean (self-identified as handicapped, or should one say 'challenged'), so well- developed, and appealing. And especially the well-researched historical background that the author's colorful descriptions and wonderful humor makes so interesting. Don't miss this one - it's a treasure of a read.

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