A Gentleman Never Tells

A Gentleman Never Tells A stolen kiss from a stranger As if from a dream Lady Gabrielle walked from the mist and into Viscount Brentwood s arms Within moments he s embroiled in scandal than he ever thought possible Can sin

  • Title: A Gentleman Never Tells
  • Author: Amelia Grey
  • ISBN: 9781402239755
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • A stolen kiss from a stranger As if from a dream, Lady Gabrielle walked from the mist and into Viscount Brentwood s arms Within moments, he s embroiled in scandal than he ever thought possible Can sink even a perfect gentleman Beautiful, clever, and courageous, Lady Gabrielle needs Brent s help to get out of a seriously bad situation But the she getA stolen kiss from a stranger As if from a dream, Lady Gabrielle walked from the mist and into Viscount Brentwood s arms Within moments, he s embroiled in scandal than he ever thought possible Can sink even a perfect gentleman Beautiful, clever, and courageous, Lady Gabrielle needs Brent s help to get out of a seriously bad situation But the she gets to know him, the worse she feels about ruining his life Enter the unforgettable world of Amelia Grey s sparkling Regency London, where a single encounter may have devastating consequences for a gentleman and a lady

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    1. A Gentleman Never Tells is a delightful, witty, and enjoyable read. Brent is prince charming cleverly disguised as the boy next door. He is loyal to his family, kind to animals, smart, funny, and just one of those really nice guys. He has decided it is time to marry and has come to London to find a bride. One morning he is walking his deceased mother’s prized pet Prissy when he encounters an enchanting young women who mysteriously materializes in the park and kisses him.Gabrielle has been an o [...]

    2. A GENTLEMAN NEVER TELLS--even when a strange lady kisses him in the park, thereby forcing him into an unwanted betrothal.But what a lady! Duke's daughter Gabrielle is lovely, smart and concerned about people and animals. Viscount Brentwood could do much worse.But Gabrielle kissed Brent in order to extricate herself from an unwanted betrothal. She's not about to shackle herself into another. But she never meant to involve an innocent party in her problems. What to do? Why, convince Brent she will [...]

    3. A Gentleman Never Tells is a delightful regency romance novel. I have a great love for regency romance, and I found this novel to be one of the best I’ve read in the genre.Viscount Brentwood is walking his mother’s small dog in the park one morning when he is met by a beautiful woman walking a very large dog. She is beautiful and suddenly in his arms in a compromising manner. He enjoys the moment only too briefly before he is set upon by Lady Gabrielle’s father, fiancée’s father, and th [...]

    4. originally posted at longandshortreviews.cThe words funny and charming, sensual and compelling could describe this story. Amelia Grey has created characters with depth who interact in entertaining ways. A Gentleman Never Tells is a delightful Regency-era romance. Gabrielle, a once obedient Duke’s daughter, sees something that drags her from her proper ways. She does a shocking thing in a park, starting the novel off with a surprise. The reckless thing she does changes the life of an innocent m [...]

    5. In general, I love Regency romances. I'm not terribly picky about whether they're 100 percent authentic. I'm really very easy to please, and I've read hundreds of them over the 30 years or so I've been reading them. But there were things in this book that just made me stop reading and cringe. Like the term "birth father." Seriously? There's no way that term was used back then. And what's up with the constant references to men as "blades"? I might have been able to buy it if it were only men usin [...]

    6. Oh, I enjoyed this book very much! It's witty, entertaining and all around cute :D The antics of Lady Gaby trying to get rid of Brent are hilarious. And his reaction is always kind to whatever she does. So all in all it was a fast light read. PS. Golden Orbs rule! LOL

    7. 3 Stars!My Review:The Plot:When Viscount Brentwood finds himself in quite the unexpected situation of being caught passionately embracing a beautiful but unchaperoned lady in the park, his choice pick of the marriageable ladies of the ton is forcibly revoked by the lady in question and her powerful duke of a father. Threatened within an inch of his life by the irate duke, Brent accepts his duty as a gentleman and agrees to marry the now unveiled Lady Gabrielle. Funnily enough, Brent isn't too up [...]

    8. Viscount Brentwood (Brent) is walking his mother's dog, Prissy, though Hyde Park when he runs into a beautiful young lady who is accompanied by an extremely large dog. They exchange a few words, and then - she kisses him!!! Before he knows what happened, her father and her fiancee's father are there, demanding to know how long they've been secretly meeting. Naturally Gabrielle's engagement is called off and Gabrielle's father, the Duke of Windergreen, demands that Brent marry her to salvage her [...]

    9. I reviewed this book for Night Owl Reviews - 4.5 StarsA Gentleman Never Tells by Amelia Grey is the delightful fourth entry in her Rogue’s Dynasty series. Having never read Ms. Grey before, I was happily surprised by her style of writing and with her charming characters. The dialogue was sharp and amusing and I found myself laughing during several of the escapades that take place in this historical romance.Gabrielle is a wonderful character; young, beautiful and thoughtful, she’s an obedient [...]

    10. More a 3,5My thoughts:The information I found stated that this was book 4, when I actually thought it was the start to a new series. The previous books are about 3 cousins finding love while this one is set at the same time, but all new characters. But they are connected and this via the man who fathered Brent's brothers and that man was also in the previous books as a side character. But you do not need to have read those previous ones at all since this for me feels like a new start.But enough [...]

    11. A Gentleman Never Tells introduces us to Sir Randolph’s offspring, the handsome big twins. But this story is also mainly about the twins older brother (whom they learn is really their half-brother). Viscount Brentwood meets the enchanting Lady Gabrielle by chance in the park and is found in an embrace with her by her father and her father in law to be. Needless to say, this embrace cancelled her engagement and placed her into a new one, with the Viscount. She struggles with the passion she fee [...]

    12. This book had a lot of potential and I really liked the premise. The book started with our hero, Viscount Brentwood walking his deceased mother's dog when he meets a beautiful woman who, after only a brief conversation, randomly plants an awesomely soul stirring kiss on him only for them to be discovered by her father the Duke and her arranged fiance's father.However, while the book started out strong, Gabrielle's silliness in her schemes to get Brent to call of their marriage really started to [...]

    13. Summary from :"A stolen kiss from a strangerAs if from a dream, Lady Gabrielle walked from the mist and into Viscount Brentwood's arms. Within moments, he's embroiled in more scandal than he ever thought possibleCan sink even a perfect gentlemanBeautiful, clever, and courageous, Lady Gabrielle needs Brent's help to get out of a seriously bad situation. But the more she gets to know him, the worse she feels about ruining his life"My Thoughts:This is what a romance should be! The two main characte [...]

    14. Lady Gabrielle is the daughter of a powerful Duke. Viscount Brentwood is recently returned from America with his twin brothers. He is walking his deceased mother's small dog in the park early one morning when a beautiful woman comes out of the mist. He can't believe it when she just ups and kisses him.He further can't believe it when he is tackled by her father's and her future father in law's men. He literally doesn't know what just hit him. But being a Gentleman he knows his future has just be [...]

    15. A Gentleman Never Tells by Amelia GreyHistorical Romance July 1st, 20113 starsLady Gabrielle is caught kissing a stranger in the park! Suddenly she finds herself stuck in a rumor mill with her reputation at stake. Because of her indiscretion, her engagement to Lord Austerhill has been cancelled. But through all this upheaval, Gabrielle finds a new person in herself. She never knew herself to be a wanton; she is always sensible and staid. Now she discovers within herself a strong woman who will n [...]

    16. I can't imagine walking up to a stranger in a public park and spontaneously kissing him passionately. That is exactly what well bred Lady Gabrielle did early one morning just one week before her wedding.Viscount Brentwood was honoring a promise to his late mother by walking her tiny Pomeranian in the park. Last thing he expected was a beautiful woman stepping into his arms and then kissing him with abandon.Good start to a romance, however, it does get even better. With various family and future [...]

    17. RATING:4.5)A GENTLEMAN NEVER TELLS by Amelia Grey is an exciting historical romance set in Regency England. It is written with depth and details. The characters are charming,enchanting,engaging and will capture your heart. How much trouble could one little kiss cause,Viscount Brentwood is soon to fine out when the delightful,enchanting Lady Gabrielle does just not,one early morning in the park. This is a beautifully written story of love,passion,romance,sweet sensuality,witty dialogue,scandal,a [...]

    18. I mostly skimmed through the end, but I made it far enough before that to know I wasted every moment I spent reading it. Two things struck me as exceptionally annoying: Gabby's refusal to talk about why she didn't want to marry Staunton, and the whole unnecessary plot line about Brentwood's dog. Both of these plots take up pretty much the entire book. Neither of them do anything to advance the already very thin plot. Staunton is an ass, like I expected him to be, but he kind of just disappears f [...]

    19. Heroine takes a walk in the park one morning with her dog (a mastiff) and meets the hero walking his dog (a Pomeranian). They are strangers. She kisses him. He kisses her back.Then her father and her fiance's father catch them in the act. Her fiance's father calls off the wedding. Her father insists the hero marry her instead.The hero is a really nice guy who approaches life with good humor. He never blows up in anger and shows his temper just one time near the end. He's almost too good to be tr [...]

    20. Dreadful. I didn’t enjoy anything about this story. Both hero and heroine were very bland. The heroine had no personality and was very passive. There were no sparks, no chemistry or anything between the two. There were a few subplots, one involving the heroine’s younger sister, Rosabelle, and one involving the heroes younger twin brothers. Both of those were much more interesting than anything involving hero and heroine.By far, the worst part of the book was the hero searching for his……g [...]

    21. A delightful read. I would have expected the Viscount to be a good fighter but he seemed to be bested with the cut lip almost through out the story. It feels like a refreshing start since I have read a lot of Regency era and Victorian era books whereby the impossibly handsome dukes tend to fight very well.Lady Gabrielle is someone who abides her father until her chance meeting with Brent. I can sense her deep love for her beloved Brutus and her love for her sister, Rosabelle.It was really amusin [...]

    22. Lady gabrielle and Brent. Her aunt is awesome, but all the rest of her family is inconsiderate and mean to her. The mystery of the missing dogs felt a bit nancy drew, but I was more saddened when her old dog passed away. There was a lot of telling not showing and the parts where she tries to convince Brent he shouldn't marry her were cute but felt out of place because it was clear they were attracted to each other. His twin younger brothers will prob get their own books that I would probably rea [...]

    23. I like Amelia Grey and look forward to her books. They are easy to read and the hero is always terrific. And this one has dogs, many dogs (including Tulip from a previous book)As usual, a book full of many misunderstandings that all work out in the end. Viscount Brentwood, who we have also met in a previous book when he finds out his mother had an "indiscretion" that turned out to be twins, is just a wonderful character. The immediate attraction between him and a woman who walks out of the mists [...]

    24. After a while all of these stories seem to sound alike with a different twist. This twist was really unbelievable, but I hung in there. I am not one to give up early in a story. I kept hoping there was a redeeming feature. There way-a likable hero. He hung in with the story, too:) I am not sure whyexcept, maybe 'love at first kiss'? No matter, it is a fun series and I will go forth to the next installment: 'A Gentleman Says I Do'. Stay tuned

    25. I liked this book. It is your typical historical romance & all that good stuff. -- Brentwood is a gem & I loved his character. Also, him & Gabrielle compliment each other well. -- I kept thinking as I was reading that they were just so cute together.I do think that Gabrielle should have told her sister she didn't appreciate her attitude a time or two. She had me wanting to say it for her, lol. But other than that, this was a good & fun read. :)

    26. 3.5/5"A Gentleman Never Tells by Amelia Grey is her fourth novel in The Rogues’ Dynasty series and hits the mark as a Regency Period novel." fullreview may be read on my book review blogRundpinne.

    27. I didn't like this book. The plot is usual - a lady, a duke, a nobleman, a misunderstanding. There is a question about dogs and the lord looks freak out about a missy dog (hello? A lord?). Ridiculous. There is one more thing: it is not a clean novel. I forced myself to end it.

    28. I enjoyed the novel for the most part. My big complaint is that the author had the mastiff, Brutus, die. I didn't like that at all. I'm such a dog lover I hate to read about a pet dying even if it is from old age.

    29. Wallpaper historical at its worst. What's with the silly character nicknames? Bethie, Gabby, Fern, and Babs would NEVER be used by an 1800s aristocrat under any circumstances! And sister Rosabelle that's a name for a cow, not a person. Save your money and skip this one.

    30. Had a cast of dogs! Sorta. With a side plot around the kidnapping of pet dogs. The heroine has a huge mastiff by the name of Brutus while the hero inherited his mother's Pomeranian! Quite a good read; my 1st from this author. Going to hunt for more of her books.

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