Almost A Gentleman

Almost A Gentleman

by Pam Rosenthal
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Almost a Gentleman 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Excellent and original story line. Depth of characters and scenery made me almost feel I was there. Nothing sappy or boring anywhere in it. I've read over 750 Regency Romance novels and this is probably among the top 10.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I am an avid romance reader and I found this first romance by Pam Rosenthal to be very good! The characters are very believable and the story had a little different twist with the female lead disguised as a (convincing) English 'dandy' in the first part of the story. But, with the love of a good man, she finally was able to be her (female) self. I loved the sensuality too. Hot love scenes! I can't wait to read her newest book. Keep writing Pam! Bravo. :0)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Can't really say this is a four star book but it was an interesting story. Much different than the typical romance (a good thing). But at some points it was difficult to follow the dialogue. But, still a very unique story. It didn't make me sigh as some other stories have but still a nice read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this book because of the excerpt. I was curious to see how the author proposes a believable enough ruse to fool most of the characters Mr. Marston was to encounter. The deception was carried out very well, but I was having a hard time trying to understand Mr. Marston's need to want to crush every man 'he' encounters, yet carry on a friendly relationship with one. Wanting to live in a man's world was one, but to constantly expose one's self to danger was another. All in all, the book grabs your curiosity and allows you to step into the main characters' shoes quite nicely.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read 2 to 3 historical romance novels a week and let me tell you, this was a real find! Pam, please give us more more more! This book was fresh; that's the only word I can use to describe it. I loved the story line, it kept me interested from the first page to the last. The sentual parts were among the best I've read, and I've read all the top authors in that catagory. That coupled with such a unique story line makes it one of the best I've read! Thank you!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1819, Lady Kate Beverredge consoles her distraught best friend Phoebe Claringworth over the death of her three-year-old son and unborn daughter. Phoebe is lucky to be alive though she might think otherwise as her husband was DUI causing the coach to crash killing him and their two children. Vowing she will never again be under the thumb of a male, Phoebe cuts off her hair.

Three years later, Mr. Philip ¿Phizz¿ Marston is considered the heir apparent to Brummell as the arbiter of style. When aristocratic farmer David Hervey sees Phizz for the first time ever, he wonders about himself, as he cannot keep his eyes off the man. When Mr. Marston leaves, David can¿t forget him. This somewhat disturbs David because he has always favored women and has a near adult son born out of wedlock. Soon David realizes why he is so attracted to a male, as Mr. Marston is actually a masquerading female. David begins to ¿court¿ Phoebe, disguised as Mr. Marston. Soon they fall in love, but he must persuade her that they belong together beyond just the pleasures of the flesh as she knows the tyranny of marriage.

This is an entertaining Regency romance starring a delightful lead protagonist and an intrepid heroine. The reactions of Mr. Marston and Lord David upon first seeing one another is priceless, especially that of the confused earl. Though his learning of a plot to harm her seems stretched, fans will appreciate this charming tale.

Harriet Klausner