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 wartime 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. Jem acts as Alan's valet, but offers him so much more than polished boots and starched cravats. Just as the men are adjusting to their new living arrangement, news about a former soldier under his command sends Sir Watleigh and Jem on the road to save a child in danger.
The journey brings them closer together as they travel from lust toward love. They rescue the girl from the clutches of an insane surgeon, who is as interested in experimenting on the vulnerable human spirit as he is on physical bodies. Alan realizes his love for Jem when he nearly loses him, but is Alan's love strong enough to risk society discovering the truth about him? And is he strong enough to finally accept his sexual nature?
A reissue of the title first published by Loose Id.
Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon
I really enjoyed this sweet story. It is a MM historical story similar to Brook St Thief. The relationship that builds between the MCs is realistic and endearing. Both MCs try to be find their own self worth in the love of the other. The narrator does a fantastic job.
Fun loving, free spirited guy, who loves reading or better still, being read to!
Something here for everyone except the homophobic. Good characters good story good read!
I do love historical romance fiction
Love listening to great stories matched well to the right narrators.
the narrator performance. Very dry , no feeling.
I love how good this two are for each other.
Put some feeling and passion or love in to the reading.
I loved this book on print , disappointed with how the audio came out.
i like the time period and genre
made the feeling and characters more connectible by seeming more believable and real.
feeling, emotion, sincerity
had such high hopes and just didn't live up to them
First part of story loved. Second a bit of a yawn. Conclusion was nice. Overall very pleasant
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
I just can't get into this. This is just boring to me. It started off good..but the slow drawl of the narrator just didn't do it for me. He tried too hard to may it fit the period. Then it got boring and I just stopped.
No idea, I haven't read the print version.
Jem, he was sweet and cheeky
The different voices for the characters
There's quite a tense scene towards the end.
It was a good story and the audio performance was excellent
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