Almost A Gentleman

· Brava
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A Daring Masquerade. . .

For three years, London's haute ton has been captivated by the cool elegance of Philip "Phizz" Marston. Tall, refined, an expert gambler with a cold, unerring eye for style, what keeps the ruthless social climbers attuned to this dandy's every move is something more unsettling. . .a grace and beauty that leaves women and men alike in a state of unthinkable yearning. . .

. . .Will Be Deliciously Undressed. . .

Lord David Hervey must be losing his mind. How else explain the disturbing desires he feels whenever his eyes meet the penetrating gaze of Mr. Marston? When he overhears a threat on the gentleman's life, he intervenes and alone discovers the glorious truth. . .beneath the bindings of Mr. Marston's masquerade hides an exquisite body that is every bit a woman's. . .

. . .And Every Hidden Desire, Revealed.

Armed with desire and entrusted with her bold game, Lord David won't give up till the lady gives in, revealing herself to him completely, surrendering her deepest secrets with every persuasive pleasure he can offer. . .

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About the author

Pam Rosenthal’s mom was reading a romance novel when they wheeled her into the labor room, moments before Pam was born. So Pam knows whom to thank for her lifelong love of books and reading. Her first romance novel, Almost a Gentleman, was published by Brava in May 2003, followed by The Bookseller’s Daughter in January 2004. Pam comes from Brooklyn, New York, but has lived most of her adult life in San Francisco. Her husband, Michael, and her grown son, Jesse, share her addiction to the printed word: Michael’s a bookseller and Jesse’s a graduate student in English at Columbia University. The only guy in her life who isn’t a committed book freak and lover of cities is Ben, her recovering feral cat and model for brooding heroes who don’t know how to show their feelings. Besides books, cats, and big cities, Pam likes stagy costume movies with witty dialog and brave, bookish heroines (especially girls who get to masquerade as guys). And she’s still mourning the demise of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Before discovering erotic romance writing, Pam wrote essays and book reviews—in the San Francisco Chronicle, the online magazine, and lots of more obscure venues. She’s also published two erotic novels and some essays as Molly Weatherfield. She works as a computer programmer in San Francisco’s financial district and has also written about cyberspace and cyberpunk science fiction.

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