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The Gentleman and the Rogue

3.11 of 5 stars 3.11  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  6 reviews
In the midst of the opulent Edwardian Era, the young, headstrong son of the Police Commissioner longs for adventure and a chance to prove himself. When an evening party is disrupted by a band of mysterious masked men, he sees his chance and gives chase, pursuing a rogue thief through the dark streets. But all is not as it seems and adventure quickly turns into something si ...more
ebook, 87 pages
Published April 10th 2013 by Less Than Three Press LLC (first published April 9th 2013)
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2.5 Stars

I was really looking foward to reading this novella, the cover is beautiful the book title and blurb intrigued me and I love Historicals, but this story just didn’t work for me.

The names of the two MC’s are never revealed until around 70% in, you only know them as The Gentleman and the Rogue and I found that became tiresome quickly. It also made it extremely difficult to connect or care about the MC’s and to some degree the story. I persevered,
3.5 stars

I bought this book because I was intrigued as to what another author will do with a title of one of my favorite historical romances of all times. Of courses titles do repeat and many times too, it is just I am firmly associating this title with one specific book :)

Anyway, I certainly did not expect what I found. The writing style reminded me of something, I am just not sure what it was. Especially in the first part of the story (and it is a novella, so it is not very long) to me it soun
Lore Graham
If you enjoy a strong, external plot to go along with your romance, The Gentleman and the Rogue is an excellent choice. I was quite fond of both the setting and watching the plot unfold. I love romance with a compelling external conflict, with stakes greater than the characters' love (as important as that is), so this was quite satisfying for me.

I did find it a bit challenging that for much of the book, the two main characters are just referred to as the Gentleman and the Rogue, before abruptly
Feb 22, 2015 Suze rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Suze by: Won from author 15.4.13 on release blog tour
A steampunk type short story, where the Gentleman is embroiled with a gang who are enhancing humans with an exoskeleton in order to take over the country.
The Gentleman is eventually revealed, though his revelation is largely underwhelming as his real identity had no prior role.
The Rogue is a thief, but apparently stealing to save the evil gang leaders from getting their hands on information to complete their task. He is the Rogue and also appeared as himself, so his ultimate revelation did have
Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
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