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A Gentleman Never Tells: Affairs By Moonlight Book 2

  • Author
    • Juliana Gray
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A Gentleman Never Tells is the second scintillating novel in Juliana Gray's debut Affairs by Moonlight trilogy. You'll be swept away by the fabulously inventive plot, witty writing, heart-stopping romance and glorious Italian setting. Perfect for fans of Julia Quinn and Suzanne Enoch, Juliana is a dazzling new talent in romance.

Six years ago, Elizabeth Harewood and Lord Roland Penhallow were London's golden couple, young, beautiful and wildly in love. Forced apart by her scheming relatives and his clandestine career, Lilibet and Roland buried their passion beneath years of duty and self-denial, until a chance holiday encounter changes everything they ever knew about themselves...and each other. But Miss Elizabeth Harewood is now the Countess of Somerton, estranged wife of one of England's most brutal and depraved aristocrats, and she can't afford the slightest hint of scandal to her name. When Roland turns up mysteriously at the castle where she's hidden herself away, she struggles to act as a lady should, but the gallant lover of her youth has grown into an irresistibly dashing and dangerous man, and temptation is only a single kiss away...

For more gorgeous historical romance check out the other titles in her Affairs By Moonlight trilogy: A Lady Never Lies and A Duke Never Yields as well as her Princess In Hiding Trilogy: How To Tame Your Duke, How To Master Your Marquis, How To School Your Scoundrel.
  • Published: Mar 14 2013
  • Pages: 336
  • 197 x 130mm
  • ISBN: 9781472204837
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Press Reviews

  • Elizabeth Hoyt, <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author
    'Charming, passionate, and thrilling...sets a new mark for historical romance'
  • Lauren Willig
    'A dazzling debut...the best new book of the year'
  • Julia London, <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author
    'A delightful confection of prose and desire that leaps off the page'
  • Suzanne Enoch, <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author
    'Clever and supremely witty. A true delight'