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However, both men have secrets that threaten to tear them apart, and the shadow of opium addiction hangs over Wes like a malignancy ready to pull him into a darkness he will never escape.
View all 10 comments. Michael, too, finds himself attracted to the reserved gentlemen, ueidi to discover that he is inextricably linked to a past that haunts Michael relentlessly. I must admit, I am not just an epilogue whore, I’m a history whore as well and this story had me enthralled in the historical references, the sensitive subjects it touched on Two hopelessly flawed men discover that they aren’t as hopelessly flawed as they suspected.
I mean, I read it and liked the characters, but I never really cared about them. This is a re-release with no content change simply editing corrections and a new cover.
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Because of their scorching opening encounter I had much higher hopes. For example, one charac Such a sweet, gentle, yet passionate and emotional romance. Help Wes face heidii fears that cripple him right after Michael finds the courage to reveal the devastating truth that binds them. Apr 29, Em rated it really liked it Shelves: There’s nothing wrong with me.
The story wouldn’t have been nearly as strong if it weren’t for Penny and Rodger. I was dying for a great romance where I could lose myself and have that “I can’t stand to stop reading” feeling.
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Here is another book that isn’t getting the stars that the writing may deserve because the Theme was too much for me. Feb 14, Simsala added it Shelves: Heidi Cullinan has always enjoyed a good love story, provided it has a happy ending. He has a bunch of problems. I think A Private Gentleman is due out sometime gentlemxn fall. If it’s only penises, I just can’t work up any excitement.
It felt like the historical portion of this book was more of a vehicle for the characters verses an actual setting. He works for the Royal Botanist Society and he is great with flowers and orchids, even “bringing some back from heivi dead,” as the book puts it.
Once Michael realizes his mistake and everything is worked out, one thing leads to another and this book completely slams you into the ground with the feelings and psychology and messy pasts of both these main characters. But do you storm back in to demand a refund? Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Review: A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan
This was absolutely charming. I highly recommend this and give it 4. He only takes the clients he wants and has protection at the bordello he works for.
They were discreet, but it still felt a little modern to me. All things considered, it’s a nice blanket. Wes was alright, but he could be annoying.
A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. View all 4 comments. Ditch the drugs, cease the self-destructive behavior, get past it all and embrace life.
This night he has forced himself to go out to a party hosted by a fellow orchid enthusiast in order to get a view of a rare orchid that has just arrived. View all 3 pdivate. The plot is pretty intense, and it grabbed my attention from the very beginning. The bg his shy, poppy-addicted lover lures him to the light of love, the harder his past works to drag him back into the dark.
When he hears rumors of an exotic new orchid sighted at a local hobbyist’s house, though, he girds himself with opiates and determination to attend a house pa “To seal their bond, they must break the ties that bind. I love some angst, but I would characterize this as deeply emotional, but not angsty. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Both Wes and Michael were so much more than their stations in life prescribed for them.