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A Private Gentleman

The dashing, young prostitute has a story that will make you shudder. It was vy adorable to watch them become to enthralled and mesmerized when they got to explore their passions Wes with the Exquisite love story between a whore and a stammerer opium addict.

Slightly over the top ending but perfect. You want them to win through the pain and trauma of their lives because they deserve to win.

Cullinam snooping around at a house party searching for a rare orchid, Lord George Albert Westin, social outcast and stutterer, encounters Michael Vallant, professional whore. Dealing with pedophilia, rape and pdivate, this story has a difficult tale to relate but does so with compassion and care—giving, only the details needed to set the emotional stage and give the acts importance rather than to simply titillate the senses.


Not only because, for once, the sex is for pleasure and not for profit.

Wanted to love it; didn’t. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This one was another addition. Not to mention two MCs who are sweet, patient and loving to each other. When Heidi isn’t writing, she Heidi Cullinan has always gnetleman a good love story, provided it has a happy ending.

Michael is a rent boy with a heart of gold, who has developed PTSD-related panic attacks when he tries to work as a whore. Their stories made my heart ache for them, and their love for each other was almost bittersweet. He also has a social phobia. It was beautiful how they could just be themselves around one another, and they accepted each other without questions, flaws and all.

I understand that no author wants to write the same story over and over again, no good author anyway. Things don’t go quite according to Albert’s plan with trying to see the orchid, but he does get to sneak a look at the orchid, which makes Albert happy. Account Options Sign in. He seems to be fine, until due to his very poor eyesight he mistakes Wes for his The closer his shy, poppy-addicted lover lures him to the light of love, the harder his past works to drag him back into the dark.

What matter is that we overcome it. Jul 25, Carmen rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The secondary characters were perfectly done and added to the story so well.


I had a serious problem with this book that had nothing to do with pet-peeves or chicks-with-dicks but I have to gentlwman back and re-read some parts pricate be sure. He finds the orchid, yes but he finds something else even more rare and exquisite: Lord George Westin Wes to his friends suffers from extreme social anxiety. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience possible. Between a lifetime of emotional abuse by his family, and a traumatic event in his past, this poor man is completely overwhelmed.

A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan

Help Wes face the fears that cripple him right after Michael finds the courage to reveal the devastating truth that binds them. The scene when the men meet is just dripping hot, erotic perfection. At close to pages, the pace of Michael and Wes’ relationship was so protracted that I lost interest at times.

But certain themes touch certain buttons in people.

I love couples who are just kind and loving towards each other, no need for snark or snappy comebacks not that I don’t love that too but these men were very thoughtful in their actions, it was sweet.