Book Reviews of Southern Gentlemen

Southern Gentlemen
Southern Gentlemen
Author: Jennifer Blake, Emilie Richards
ISBN-13: 9781551664194
ISBN-10: 1551664194
Pages: 377
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Not all men are created equal.....
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Back cover..In some small Sothern towns the old ways still exist. Breeding counts and the old boys hold court. Everyone has a place and no one's supposed to cross the line. But rules are made to be broken...two contemporary stories of family, love and betrayal in the Deep Soutn
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Two stories about "Southern Gentlemen". Jennifer Blake's story is "John RIP Peterson", and Emilie Richards story is entitled "Billy Ray Wainwright". Both are good stories
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Family love and betrayal in the deep south (romance)
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"In some small Southern towns the old ways still exist. Breeding counts and the old boys hold court. Everyone has a place and no one's supposed to cross the line. But rules are made to be broken...
In this book, bestselling authors Jennifer Blake and Emilie Richards deliver two contemporary stories of family, love and betrayal, all set against the colorful backdrop of the Deep South.
This is their South - filled with old families, old money and old grudges. A place where the finest women are ladies and the best men are gentlemen. And where men from the wrong side of town have more honor than all the blue bloods combined."
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In Southern Gentlemen, bestselling authors Jennifer Blake and Emilie Richards deliver two contemporary stories of family, love and betrayal, all set gainst the colorful backdrop of the Deep South. This is their South--filled with old families, old money and old grudges. A place where the finest women are ladies and the best men are gentlemen. And where men from the wrong side of town have more honor than all the blue bloods coombined.