My Fair Laddie [NOOK Book]

Overview

Young Wilbur Munroe doesn't know a soup spoon from a salad fork. And although he makes his living working as a manual laborer for wealthy people in Savannah, he dreams about a much better life than what he's known. Dr. Harlan Henderson is a world-famous teacher of applied linguistics. And in his spare time he enjoys the company of rough, working class bi-sexual men who never put emotional demands on him. At thirty-nine years old, the last thing he's looking for is a life partner. But when young Wilbur trips over ...
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My Fair Laddie

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Overview

Young Wilbur Munroe doesn't know a soup spoon from a salad fork. And although he makes his living working as a manual laborer for wealthy people in Savannah, he dreams about a much better life than what he's known. Dr. Harlan Henderson is a world-famous teacher of applied linguistics. And in his spare time he enjoys the company of rough, working class bi-sexual men who never put emotional demands on him. At thirty-nine years old, the last thing he's looking for is a life partner. But when young Wilbur trips over an urn at one of Harlan's infamous Savannah parties and spills his pomegranate martini on a Georgia senator, Harlan's life changes forever. Though his first instinct is to fire Wilbur, he's mesmerized by Wilbur's wretched accent and his bold spirit. When Wilbur returns the next day to ask Harlan to teach him to speak well and turn him into a perfect gentleman, Harlan is willing to take on the challenge. He moves Wilbur into his home, works with him night and day, and refuses to stop until he sees results. Only he doesn't notice Wilbur is falling in love with him. And by the time he does, it just might be too late...
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607773573
  • Publisher: Ravenous Romance
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 619,358
  • File size: 509 KB

Meet the Author

Ryan Field is the best-selling author of dozens of erotic romance novels, including Sleepless in San Francisco and Pretty Man.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2010

    Starts out promising, but never really delivers

    I really liked the premise, with a twist on the traditional "My Fair Lady" story, but the story never really picked up speed. At the end of the book, I couldn't see why the two main characters even liked each other, let alone supposedly fell in love. The resolution was way too quick and easy. Scattered throughout the book were scenes of the Professor with another guy, which were little more than PWP. It did nothing to make me like his character.

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