What a Gentleman Wants

What a Gentleman Wants Two strangers are swept into a sizzling spellbinding world of daring deception and unexpected passion Marcus Reese Duke of Essex has spent most of his life pulling his twin brother out of trouble A

  • Title: What a Gentleman Wants
  • Author: Caroline Linden
  • ISBN: 9781420137538
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two strangers are swept into a sizzling, spellbinding world of daring deception and unexpected passion.Marcus Reese, Duke of Essex, has spent most of his life pulling his twin brother out of trouble A thank you would suffice instead, his resentful sibling forges his name to a marriage license and presents him with an unwanted wife She s a vicar s widow with a mind oTwo strangers are swept into a sizzling, spellbinding world of daring deception and unexpected passion.Marcus Reese, Duke of Essex, has spent most of his life pulling his twin brother out of trouble A thank you would suffice instead, his resentful sibling forges his name to a marriage license and presents him with an unwanted wife She s a vicar s widow with a mind of her own, and the first person in Marcus s well ordered life to make him feel pletely out of control Dire straits have led Hannah to the altar with a gentleman she hardly knows Played for a fool, she s embarrassed, furious, and worse, married to an equally outraged, exasperating man who unleashes all manner of emotions in her not to mention unwanted desire Reluctantly, Hannah agrees to play the wife until he can sort out the mess But the undeniably attractive Duke unsettles her well guarded heart making her want to do so much than act the role of blissful bride.

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    1. Caroline Linden

      Caroline Linden was born a reader, not a writer She earned a degree in mathematics from Harvard University and worked as a programmer in the financial services industry before realizing writing fiction is much exciting than writing code Her books have won the NEC RWA Readers Choice Award, the JNRW Golden Leaf, the Daphne du Maurier Award, and RWA s RITA Award, and have been translated into seventeen languages around the world She lives in New England.Sign up at carolinelinden signup to get notified about her books and receive a free short story exclusively for subscribers.

    772 thoughts on “What a Gentleman Wants”

    1. This was a sweet romance that was exactly what I was looking for: a diverting bargain with no price-fix from the publisher. It takes some work to find these treasures these days, but I'm indignant enough to overcome my inertia on book seeking.Marcus Reece, Duke of Exeter, is a stuffy guy who likes his peace and quiet. Always pulling his twin brother, David, out of scrapes, he never seems to get a break. Hannah Preston is the widow of the vicar in Middleborough who has the unique opportunity to h [...]


    2. What a Gentleman Wants was originally released in 2006 and is being re-released ten years later with a shiny new cover (and boy what a nice cover it is!).I realized that I had never read this early work of Linden's so I moved quickly to remedy the issue. For this story, you will need to suspend some belief in reality, but if you can adjust to the set-up of the story, you will enjoy the emotional journey.Marcus, the Duke of Exeter, has a twin brother. They may be twins but appearances are the onl [...]


    3. This one started quite well and had so much potential, it was sad to see that it never reached it. Though well written and interesting, it failed in the most important part: the romance. The hero and the heroine find themselves married because of a joke his twin brother played on them. Though their immediate reaction is to hide the fact and live their separate lives as before, they soon find that this is quite impossible and they have to act the happy couple for everyone to see. There is also a [...]


    4. I really enjoyed this book. It's written in a moderately intense tone, with lots of point-of-view switches between the characters, which annoyed me very slightly at first, but actually made the whole story much more intimate.The basic plot is quite simple, but the internal dialogue of the hero and heroine, and the hero's naughty brother, is fabulous, and makes it quite an addictive read. I even liked the heroine's daughter in it. Normally, I find that children have no place in HRs, but, like all [...]


    5. I knew while reading it that the story is extremely farfetched. It's only after finishing it that I realize how willing I was to go along with how very unlikely the whole setup is. And that goes for pretty much everything surrounding the main couple, from the brother's marriage trick to the counterfeiting to the household and family situation. The thing is, all that wasn't even a little bit important to me while reading because I was lost in Marcus and Hannah.It isn't just that I liked them (I d [...]


    6. 4.5 stars. Personally, I ♥ this historical suspense romance, despite its unlikely premise. The suspense is decent, and it has such an intimate feeling to it, partly because we get so much of the hero's POV. The "newly married to a stranger" relationship starts off cool and distrustful, warms to friendship and trust, and finally blazes into passion. That first erotic love scene! Yowsa! The explicit love scenes felt honestly emotional. Unlikely Premise: David, an irresponsible rogue with good in [...]


    7. 3.5 rounded up to 4.This is a re-print of a previously published work, I read a digital ARC of this reprintHannah is about to lose her home having been recently widowed. Her only option is to move her and her daughter back to her father's house which is a daunting prospect because he is recently remarried and doesn't really want them. As she is preparing to move there is a carriage accident and she takes care of the victim David. After learning of her problems and feeling grateful, David offers [...]


    8. Once I got past my initial loathing of the premise (younger, good-for-nothing twin has an accident, ends up admiring the woman who takes care of him so much he offers her a marriage of convenience only to get cold feet at the last possible second, ends up forging his brother's signature on the marriage certificate and then proceeds to abandon a completely oblivious woman in London after sending an announcement of his twin's wedding to the Times and informing his stepmother and sister about the m [...]


    9. This is a re-print of a previously published work, I read a digital ARC of this reprintI like forced marriage romances very much. This was a decent read but I didn't love the romance. The pace and logic of this romance was off somehow. I was given this book for my honest review and there you have it.


    10. I enjoyed it even though there were logic problems.They went from dislike to lust, but I didn’t see any love. More romance development would be good.I had trouble with Hannah seeing the maid sneaking around at night like a spy. Yet Hannah continues to trust the maid to take care of her precious 4-year-old daughter? Toward the end the author wanted a crisis, so she added some bad guys doing counterfeiting. That was ok, but it was like the last half of a different story. That story was not devel [...]


    11. „What a Gentleman wants“ by Caroline Linden got a new cover and is newly published, it was originally printed in 2006. The author is new to me so I am really glad that I got this copy from Netgalley to review it. I couldn’t put the book asideAfter David’s love involvement at a party with a married woman his brother saved him from the angry husband by taking his place. David is a rake, a unscrupulous rake so his twin brother Marcus Reese, the duke of Essex, who has saved him all the time, [...]


    12. Caroline Linden books almost always work for me. So it was cool to look back on one of her earlier stories with this reissue from 10 years ago. While I’ll admit, the premise is a little far-fetched, I still enjoyed the book. In fact, I plan to pick up the other two parts of the trilogy.Marcus, the Duke of Exeter, has been cleaning up his twin brother’s messes for as long as he can remember. But this takes the cake. After his latest scrape, his brother David proposed marriage to a vicar’s w [...]


    13. Donc me voici ayant lu le tome 1 de la Reece Family. Celle du Duc, Marcus et de son épouse tombée du ciel, par la grâce de son cher frère, David.Manifestement l'auteur dans cette série aime bien prendre le temps d'installer les personnages, les faire suivre un chemin que l'on croit balisé pour ensuite bifurquer ailleurs. Ici Marcus, l’aîné sauve au début et sans doute pas pour la première fois les fesses de David, son cadet (de 10 minutes ils sont jumeaux.)Lequel David, boulet si il [...]


    14. Plot-y bits: Hannah is the widow of a vicar and is about to be evicted by the new vicar. David is the twin brother of the Duke of Exetar and proposes marriage. He forges his brother's signature and then drops Hannah in London and sends letters to the Times and his step-mother / sister. Marcus, the duke, is enraged but allows the farce to stand.First: HUGE suspension of disbelief that a man would be like 'JUST GO ALONG WITH IT' to the woman his twin brother dumps on him after forging their marria [...]


    15. ilk listeye alırken araştırmıştım biraz güzel olduğunu tahmin ediyordum zaten yine yanılmadım ve beğendim kitabıMarcus yani dükümüzün kendinden 10 dakika küçük kardeşi David - kendisi başbelası oluyor - abisinin başına dert açmaya devam ediyor en son vukuatıda Hannah'a(kocasını yakın zamanda kaybetmiş küçük bir kızı var ve papaz evinde kalıyorlar ama yakında ordan çıkmak durumunda kalacaklar o yüzden zor durumda olan kızımız) evlenme teklif etmesi sonra [...]




    16. I'm on a Caroline Linden kick right now Description:Marcus Reece, Duke of Exeter, has spent most of his life pulling his twin brother out of trouble. An occasional thank you would suffice; instead, his resentful sibling forges his name to a marriage license and presents him with an unwanted wife. She's a vicar's widow with a mind of her own who may be the first person in Marcus's well-ordered life to make him feel.etely out of control.Hannah can't help but curse her own idiocy. Dire straits hav [...]


    17. Lately, historical romance novels have been my comfort reads. They’re what I look for on my kindle when I can’t decide what I want to read and I’m always looking for new ones so that I have a nice collection there. I’m not exactly sure why it is – but there’s something soothing about the descriptions of dresses and balls. The men are all very aristocratic Dukes and Earls and the women are often of good breeding but impoverished and needing to make an advantageous match.This one is a [...]


    18. My review cross-posted from Wit and Sin: witandsin/2016/01Marcus Reece, Duke of Exeter, likes his life orderly, which is no surprise since his twin, David, seems to cause as much chaos as he can. But David’s latest act – marrying a vicar’s widow and signing Marcus’s name in the register – goes above and beyond. Marcus doesn’t want a wife, particularly not one he didn’t marry himself. Yet there’s something about Hannah Preston that Marcus can’t resist. And as the two of them try [...]


    19. At First Sight: Marcus Reece, Duke of Exeter has spent most of his life getting his brother David out of one scrape or another and, after the last one, he was forced to send David off to the countryside to rusticate a little while the whispers of scandal died down. Little did he know that, on his way to the family's home, David would get himself into an accident and met Hannah, a young widow who's vicar husband passed a few months before. Spending a month in Hannah's company, David starts to fee [...]


    20. vayyy beİlk başta biraz tereddüt ettim, acaba nasıl, sevecek miyim diye.Ama sonuç olarak beğendim kitabıÇeviri yer yer bana sorun yaşatsada bu genele yansımamış, sadece birkaç ufak tefek hata ve bazı eski kelime tercihlerionun dışında sorun yoktu.Olayın özü şu;David ve Marcus ikiz ama saniye farkıyla Marcus dük iken David ailenin sorumsuz, başıboş,rahat,umursamaz çocuğu.Bir gün David haddini aşar ve Marcus onu taşraya gönderir, derken David yolda kaza yapar ve yar [...]


    21. Caroline is one of a few select authors who when she releases an older book with a new cover, I am all over it. This particular story was the first book I read by Caroline when it was released in September of 2006, and she became one of my favorite authors and all her books are keepers. I love the way she writes, her characters are amazingly deep and captivating. The interactions between Marcus and Hannah will make you smile, laugh and I admit it, tear up a little. The secondary characters are a [...]


    22. So so close to being put on my Keeper Shelf!! I absolutely loved the hero, a real cold-hearted jerk that needed to be brought to his knees by just the right woman! The heroine was written very well, her daughter Molly was a cute addition I loved Molly's first meeting with Marcus, asking him his name and flustering him and he goes out to the hallway to holler for her mom to come get her (and rescue him). I could totally imagine that realistically happening. I loved how well-written the sexual ten [...]


    23. I really enjoyed this book. I've been on a Regency romance obsession lately and this was my latest victim. It is the typical identical twins changing places story line. My these Dukes have a very strong genetic trait for twins. I loved both the Hero and the heroine they had a very Mr. Darcy and Lizzy quality to them. The other side characters were also very likable. The first half of the book consists of the two protagonist just trying to deal with this botched up situation as best they can and [...]


    24. I think this is Linden's first book, and it is still one of my favorites. It is a well written, Cinderalla-esque tale with a likable heroine and a compellingly stern hero. It is sort of an ordinary historical romance, all told, and probably a lot of people might find it boring, but for me, it works. Probably because it has one of the hottest consummation scenes of any historical romance I've ever read (and I've read a lot, guys!) For me, in this particular genre of straight but fairly steamy his [...]


    25. I'M NOT SURE. I'm back to reading ultimately disappointing books, I guess. I started out not being sure of this setup, then really liking it, but it just never quite came together enough for me. I liked the main relationship, but I don't think it got enough development. And then there was too much drama (not relationship drama).


    26. Hannah & Marcus make a great couple, both being interesting characters who navigate a forgery marriage. This book was fast paced and it made me feel goey on the inside, while managing to create a "who dunnit?" situation. At times it was cheesy, but who doesn't like that from time to time.


    27. Love love this book!I am so glad that Caroline have her older books reissue with gorgeous cover. This is a captivating, sizzling romance with danger and mystery. I loved the heroine and hero, the plot was fantastic with a great pace. I highly recommend this fabulous book.Thank you Carolin Linden


    28. I really liked this book. Good characters who you connected with. Perhaps a contrived storyline but hey that's part of the genre. As long as I end up liking the characters thrown into the trumped up story, I'm a happy camper! Watch my video review


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