Good Breeding

Good Breeding

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by JL Merrow
     
 

Adopted as a baby, Giles Frobisher has grown up with every privilege. Encouraged by his best friend—and secret crush—Oz to seek out his birth mother, he’s appalled to discover she’s loud, lower-class, and insists on calling him Wayne!

Giles’ snobbier-than-thou, none-too-faithful boyfriend Hugh is equally horrified, and Oz,

Overview

Adopted as a baby, Giles Frobisher has grown up with every privilege. Encouraged by his best friend—and secret crush—Oz to seek out his birth mother, he’s appalled to discover she’s loud, lower-class, and insists on calling him Wayne!

Giles’ snobbier-than-thou, none-too-faithful boyfriend Hugh is equally horrified, and Oz, who’s always been secretive about his own family, starts acting very strangely.

It seems Giles is about to learn that good breeding has nothing to do with who your parents are!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045144575
Publisher:
JMS Books LLC admin@jms-books.com
Publication date:
12/10/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
72,662
File size:
301 KB

Meet the Author

JL MERROW is that rare beast: an English person who refuses to drink tea. Having grown up by the seaside, she also loathes fish and chips. She read Natural Sciences at Cambridge, where she learned many things, chief amongst which was that she never wanted to see the inside of a lab ever again. Her one regret is that she never mastered the ability of punting one-handed whilst holding a glass of champagne.

She writes across genres, with a preference for contemporaries and the paranormal, and is frequently accused of humour.

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Good Breeding 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
OmahaStar More than 1 year ago
I wanted to like this story. It's very well-written, the author has talent, no question. But the main character is so obnoxious, such a snob, that I just wanted him to go away. At about 40 pages on the Nook, it's short, but seems to drag, while one charcter after another points out that yeah, he is a snob. Referring to his birth brother, who he has just met, as an "ape" doesn't help change this perception. I think I'd enjoy reading something else by this writer, as long as it has nothing to do with this main character.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very cute and has a good theme to it
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