Thomas: The Jaded Gentlemen Book 1

Thomas Jennings arrives to his newly acquired estate to find that his steward has fled under a cloud of scandal, and the property has been held together by Miss Loris Tanner, the steward’s daughter. Thomas knows what it’s like to not fit in, and he’s pragmatic enough to respect results, so he gives Loris a chance to maintain her position in a profession uniformly undertaken by men.

Thomas learns about the complexities of estate management from his unlikely tutor, despite somebody’s attempts to drive him off his own land. Mishaps turn into near tragedies, while between Thomas and Loris, respect and liking grow into attraction. Who is sabotaging Thomas’s estate, and what choices will Loris face when the malefactor has been revealed?

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3 Comments

  1. This Jaded Gentleman is a Lonely Lord in disguise Since I’ve enjoyed most Lonely Lords’ books, I was not disappointed to discover their hallmarks in the first installment of the new series. The hero and heroine are both decent people, trying to deal with the circumstances, not of their own making, and the unlooked for attraction between them. 

  2. Another LL I’ve liked some of the Lonely Lords stories and this one was okay. After the sparkling ,, and , i hoped we would be treated to more fresh stories, but no. 

  3. Can’t tell one “jaded gentleman” from the others. Her dialog and stories are becoming repetitive and trite, like she herself has lost interest in her writing. Once you’ve read one you pretty much have read them all, at least in the last 5-6 books she has written. She started out with unique characters and story lines but …..

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