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Lessons in Love: A Cambridge Fellows Mystery
     

Lessons in Love: A Cambridge Fellows Mystery

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by Charlie Cochrane
 

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St. Bride's College, Cambridge, England, 1905.

When Jonty Stewart takes up a teaching post at the college where he studied, the handsome and outgoing young man acts as a catalyst for change within the archaic institution. He also has a catalytic effect on Orlando Coppersmith.

Orlando is a brilliant, introverted mathematician with very little experience of life

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St. Bride's College, Cambridge, England, 1905.

When Jonty Stewart takes up a teaching post at the college where he studied, the handsome and outgoing young man acts as a catalyst for change within the archaic institution. He also has a catalytic effect on Orlando Coppersmith.

Orlando is a brilliant, introverted mathematician with very little experience of life outside the college walls. He strikes up an alliance with the outgoing Jonty, and soon finds himself having feelings he's never experienced before. Before long their friendship blossoms into more than either man had hoped and they enter into a clandestine relationship.

Their romance is complicated when a series of murders is discovered within St. Bride's. All of the victims have one thing in common, a penchant for men. While acting as the eyes and ears for the police, a mixture of logic and luck leads them to a confrontation with the murderer-can they survive it?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781602021488
Publisher:
Linden Bay Romance
Publication date:
11/28/2008
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.60(d)

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Lessons in Love 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
BookfanBN More than 1 year ago
This is a very well written m/m romance with an intriguing mystery included. The characters are multi-dimensional and much better developed than in many of the books of this genre. There is lots of subtle humor and I was moved by Orlando's responses to falling in love for the first time in his life. The love scenes are very non-explicit and tastefully done. So far there are 8 books in the series and the characters and relationship grows with each one. Some of the popular m/m romance series these days have such serious continuity issues you wonder if the author has actually read the previous books. No such worries here. Ms. Cochrane knows her characters and their histories and themes are introduced in early books that are developed further later in the series. For quality of writing the only other series I've read in this genre that compares is the Adrien English Mysteries by Josh Lanyon. This is a lovely start to a very enjoyable series.
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