The Perfect Gentleman

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The Perfect Gentleman

The Perfect Gentleman Lord Andrew Childe was every inch the perfect gentleman But his arrogant composure was shattered by the impertinent Penelope Mortimer an achingly lovely country miss with a decided knack for ruffling

  • Title: The Perfect Gentleman
  • Author: Marion Chesney
  • ISBN: 9780449213421
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Lord Andrew Childe was every inch the perfect gentleman But his arrogant composure was shattered by the impertinent Penelope Mortimer, an achingly lovely country miss with a decided knack for ruffling his feathers Her knack for trouble landed Mr Perfect in some awkward situations, not the least of which was love.

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    1. Shawna Hansen on said:

      Fun read! Light-hearted story with lots of great twists and turns. Fast-moving and yet, not predictable. Perfect for a cold winter's afternoon with a cup of warm cocoa. Lots of laughs!

    2. QNPoohBear on said:

      Lord Andrew Childe is perfect in every way, from his impeccible clothes to his correct behavior. He does the right thing for offering marriage to Miss Ann Worthy, whom he thinks will make an excellent bride due to her advanced age of 28 and her lack of emotion and for her correct behavior. Lord Andrew's calm life is shattered when his mother, the Duchess of Parkworth, takes in beautiful, orphaned Penelope Mortimor, a country squire's daughter. Lord Andrew realizes that his mother has taken Penel [...]

    3. Susan in NC on said:

      3.5 stars - Usual Chesney formula - poor, sensible country miss meets pompous, handsome aristocrat as cranky, eccentric aristocratic elders plot in the background. Featherlight and fun way to pass a weekend afternoon, this book allowed for more actual interplay between the two leads, which was a welcome change from several of Chesney's other Regencies I have read over the years. Only 3.5 stars because of the author's annoying habit of over explaining, and telling, not showing, to move the plot a [...]

    4. Spazfungus on said:

      totally not expecting to enjoy this book, but ended up loving all the characters and their idiosyncrasies. Loved how the dukes (both of them) and duchess are so wrapped up in their own importance to notice reality. loved how the perfect gentleman's fiancée created her own reality, how she spread her own view of how everyone viewed her. In reading this book, I realized it must be convenient to have such a large ego that it edges out the inconveniences of reality. Really enjoyed how the hero chan [...]

    5. LuvGirl on said:

      The hero in this book was too dull and beta for my taste. Not to mention, I just started taking college classes and can't afford to waste my time on books that are boring! Glad this one was free.

    6. Ruth on said:

      A nice romp through the Regency world laced with humor and bickering which you just know by the end of the book will continue for decades to entertain the couple in question.

    7. Leslie on said:

      I like these book, I really do they are generally sweet, cute and have a HEA. But if you read enough of them; not just this series but all the Beaton/ Chesney Regency romances you will find themes and scenes that repeat. In this book the Perfect younger son of a Duke and his deranged wife has finally determined his bride and proposed then his mother's latest 'project' arrives - a long-sighted miss of a genteel poverty background and the stunning looks of a goddess.As they interact he realizes th [...]

    8. Sam on said:

      I really liked Penelope and her no-nonsense style. Childe was a bit of a prick all the way through. I know that there was definite shadowing of Pride and Prejudice and for this but that's a hard line to tread. You want your main character to be uncouth and unlikable at first to make the redemption aspect better. But the justifications for Childe being a misogynistic prick and his eventual redemption from this never quite got to the point where I liked him again. Still, rock on for his taste in l [...]

    9. Cassia on said:

      (2015) I wonder why I continue reading Marion Chesney's stories. Maybe it's just that I don't want to think, but simply enjoy the fun scenes, the nuts people, the satire and the fast pace of her books. I know there are historical romance books much better than this!!! :-D***(2016) Sometimes this happens to absent-minded people like me. I have read this book for the second time, because I didn't remember I read it last year! :-DNot an unpleasant book, I like Marion Chesney whenever I don't want t [...]

    10. Nicola Sheridan on said:

      I really enjoyed this one. It made me chuckle out loud at times and I the heroine Penelope was quite likeable. There were a few things I didn't find particularly believable, but I so thoroughly enjoyed the story it didn't really matter.I listened to the audio version of this book, and initially the narrator's voice grated, but in time I got used to it and it eventually added to the content of the story.If you like your historical romance sweet, then this book is for you. Four stars.

    11. Gloria Mccracken on said:

      This is the final volume in this series (no need to read these in order -- each is a stand-alone story) and a bit better than some of the others. The heroine is spunky, hard-headed and unconventional. The hero of stuffy, also hard-headed and very conventional.

    12. Pat on said:

      Adorable, charming and hilarious!I thoroughly enjoyed this one to the point of shaking with laughter all alone in my house as I read it. Both the H/h are thoroughly likeable and believable. Hoping for more treats like this from Beaton/Chesney.

    13. Shani on said:

      I like this one. There's a couple of little subplots that make this one of Chesneys a classic, and her classics are right on par with Heyer's. Regency at its best.

    14. Yukari Watanabe on said:

      Chesney's regency series is like a TV sit-com to me. It's short and simple. The beginning of the Perfect Gentleman is quite funny, but it becomes less so later. Hero's charm is not convincing.

    15. Tylise on said:

      This book had me laughing out loud. Good story. Completed in a couple hours!

    16. Rose on said:

      This one was funnier than most of Marion Chesney ' work. I love the banter between Penelope and Lord Andrew.

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