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Cheri Champagne Author. I'll be quick, because I genuinely don't want to dwell on this novel any more than I have to.
I had to force myself to read this far because I bought the thing and didn't want to waste my money, but I just can't go any further. I wanted to see some heat, some passion between these two, but just like Alan's character, his sex was dull as dirt.
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What it really needed was some emotion. It felt devoid of feeling, entirely, and even though this was bordering on a historical erotica novel, I did still want to be romanced.
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Jem might have been hired as a whore, but with Alan he shouldn't have been acting like one, at least not after that first night. Alan was a two-dimensional character that did absolutely nothing for the book. Jem was honestly the only thing I liked about this story. He was bright and vibrant, and I genuinely couldn't see what he saw in Alan. So much more to say here, but I just don't want to bother getting into it.
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The Gentleman and the Rogue. Description Lad from the streets meets lord of the manor.
Both men's lives will be changed forever. When Sir Alan Watleigh goes searching for sex, he never imagines the street rat he brings home for one last bit of pleasure in his darkest hour will be the man who hauls him back from the edge of the grave. Despite his harsh life in the slums of London, Jem is a bright, cheerful young man. He's also witty, irreverent, glib, and makes Alan laugh--a rare occasion since war time trauma and the death of his family have made the man a ghost of his former self. A single night of meaningless sex turns into an offer of permanent employment.