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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (July 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402239750
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402239755
  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 4 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,305,901 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"A stubborn heroine clashes with an equally determined hero in the latest well-crafted, canine-enhanced addition to Grey's Regency-set Rogues' Dynasty series." - Booklist

"Grey combines wit and charm in another enchanting, delicious romance. 4 Stars" - RT Book Reviews

"The book is delightful... charming and unforgettable." - The Long and Short of It Reviews

"Delightful. Well written and entertaining... A Night Owl Reviews Top Pick" - Night Owl Reviews

"This book is like a big fluffy marshmallow, sweet and gooey. Well written, it offers a bit of romance mixed with witty conversation...touches of humor, mystery and steaminess." - Book Loons

"A thoroughly entertaining read!" - Sugarbeat's Books

"Fun abounds... Grey keeps the action fresh, compelling and witty." - Historical Hilarity

"Grey has crafted an intriguing tale of love, determination, scandal and secrets in this delightfully captivating romantic encounter..." - Rundpinne

"Likeable, charismatic and warm-hearted..." - Urban Girl Reader

"Charming, enchanting, engaging... With humor and passion, you can't go wrong!" - My Book Addiction and More

"A beautifully written tale, A GENTLEMAN NEVER TELLS, the fourth book in author Amelia Grey's ROGUE'S DYNASTY series, is a delightfully delicious historical romance set in the Regency era." - Romance Junkies

"A sweet story featuring an adorable couple... " - Book Addict Patti

"Humor, romance, mystery and comedy of errors... All of it was done well. " - Books Like Breathing

"A delightful regency romance novel." - Laura's Reviews

"Ms. Grey is extremely creative and adds individual details in her writing that others tend to neglect." - Dark Diva Reviews

"This is what a romance should be!" - Booked on a Feeling

"WOW! Ms Grey has crafted a wonderful story that grabbed me from the first page and didn't let go until the last... Ms Grey has found a fan for life." - Seriously Reviewed

"Much to enjoy in this fun and rather humorous romp... " - Affaire de Coeur

About the Author

Winner of the Booksellers Best Award and the Romantic Times Award for Love and Laughter, Amelia Grey's books have sold in Europe, Russia and China. Married for twenty-five years to her high school sweetheart, she has lived in Alabama, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and now calls Panama City Beach, Florida, home.


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Customer Reviews

Highly recommended for all Regency Romance lovers.
Becky
The ending of the book held my only complaint as it was a bit too easily wrapped up but I'll admit to not caring that much.
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Loved the characters ,the story line and the humor in it.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Heather Pearson on August 22, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
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 family members both pushing them together and trying to divide them, these two manage to find the time to court each other, discourage each other and work together to solve the mystery of dogs going missing from the park. This mystery angle is a new one to me in Regency era romances.

I found this a totally enjoyable story that transported me from the difficulties of my summer (a death in my family) and allowed me to be free for a couple of hours. I would have to say that Aunt Bertie was my favourite character. Lady and Gabrielle and Viscount Brentwood were both well thought out and developed, but it was the Aunt who had my affection. She was smart and a bit quirky, but at the same time, she didn't let her beloved niece pull the wool over her eyes. I think that we all need one of these aunts in our lives.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MSEreads on August 18, 2011
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This book reminds me why I love Historical Romance: a little mystery, a lot of banter, a lot of humorous charm and a passionate romance.

Lady Gabrielle is the beautiful, kind and `good' eldest daughter of a Duke. She was prepared to enter the marriage her father arranged for her until one night a week before the wedding when she witnessed her fiancé in a passionate kiss with another woman. Gabrielle goes for a walk in the park with her faithful, elderly mastiff, Brutus, and runs into a handsome man who is walking a little Pomeranian type dog.

She recognizes that this man, Lord Brentwood, is kind and courteous. He is willing to walk his mother's small dog, Prissy, at early hours of the morning and he expresses concern for her welfare in walking alone in the park. She also realizes that this is the first time she has been drawn to a man and on a sudden impulse she kisses him. Brent gets lost in the kiss from this beauty of the mist until the angry voice of the Duke/father challenges him. With the Duke is another gentleman who turns out to be the father of the man that Lady Gabrielle is affianced to. In the resulting confusion, Prissy disappears.

By the end of the day Brent finds himself coerced into agreeing to marry Lady Gabrielle. Brent is 30 years old and had been contemplating finding a suitable wife. Although unhappy about being used, Brent determines that Lady Gabrielle may suit him just fine.

Gabrielle on the other hand has had quite enough of men determining her choices. She doesn't want to be forced into marriage and she had not intended to trap Brentwood. It is quite fun to read all of the things Gabrielle tries to convince him that she would make a terrible wife.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By LAS Reviewer on July 1, 2011
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The 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 man, a Viscount.

Don't feel bad for the Viscount though, great guy that he is, even though trouble follows him around since meeting Gabrielle. After his encounter with her, his heart is never the same.

Witty dialogue and humorous dog adventures give this book a slightly funny tone under the romantic one. Secondary characters add an interesting touch to the story. Some are funny, like the odd Lord Snellingly and his obsession with his dog. Some are truly unlikeable characters who fortunately didn't have too much space on the pages, like Gabrielle's completely selfish, self-absorbed sister Rosa. What a wretched person.

The main character though, the Viscount, is so thoroughly likeable that he's perfect for the warm-hearted Gabrielle. They are great together, despite the things that she does.

Marriage, infidelity, and sisterly relationships come into play, their themes adding meaning and perspective. Wonderful sensual moments are weaved throughout the story and are just perfect.

As likeable as Gabrielle is, at times, she is a bit hypocritical, like when she uses her antics (which are admittedly humorous) to dissuade the Viscount from wanting her and yet she always seems to be looking her best. She thinks he doesn't want to marry her and is being forced to.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By VampFanGirl on July 29, 2011
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3 Star 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 upset with the corner he's been backed into. Obviously he shares a mutual attraction with Lady Gabrielle and her surprising but welcomed actions leave many intriguing questions that he'll no doubt delight in retrieving their answers. What Brent doesn't approve of though is the duke threatening his brothers and their shipping ventures. That he'll put a stop to but everything else, oh everything else is mighty appealing.

Having successfully untangled herself from one unwanted engagement, Gabrielle is exasperated to find herself jumping free from the hot frying pan only to land straight into the fire with yet another unwanted engagement. Always the good girl that followed daddy's orders, Gabrielle agreed to marry the man she was told to marry regardless of the non-existent spark between them. But her puppet-like compliance shredded the moment she caught her fiancé kissing her young impetuous sister with the sincere ardency and desperation of a man dying of thirst. Their love for one another was palpable. Unwilling to doom herself or her sister to a life of misery, Gabrielle takes her fate into her own hands and kisses the handsome and then unknown Lord Brentwood in the park.
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