No Longer a Gentleman

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No Longer a Gentleman Grey Sommers Lord Wyndham never met a predicament he couldn t charm his way out of Then a tryst with a government official s wife during a bit of casual espionage in France condemns him to a decade

  • Title: No Longer a Gentleman
  • Author: Mary Jo Putney
  • ISBN: 9781420117233
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grey Sommers, Lord Wyndham, never met a predicament he couldn t charm his way out of Then a tryst with a government official s wife during a bit of casual espionage in France condemns him to a decade in a dungeon, leaving him a shadow of his former self Yet his greatest challenge may be the enigmatic spy sent to free his body the only woman who might heal his soul CasGrey Sommers, Lord Wyndham, never met a predicament he couldn t charm his way out of Then a tryst with a government official s wife during a bit of casual espionage in France condemns him to a decade in a dungeon, leaving him a shadow of his former self Yet his greatest challenge may be the enigmatic spy sent to free his body the only woman who might heal his soul Cassie Fox lost everything in the chaos of revolution, leaving only a determination to help destroy Napoleon s empire through her perilous calling Rescuing Grey is merely one mission She hadn t counted on a man with the stark beauty of a ravaged angel, whose desperate courage and vulnerability thaw her frozen heart But a spy and a lord are divided by an impassable gulf even if they manage to survive one last, terrifying mission

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    1. Krista (I remember you, Min) (Critical) on said:

      I finished this yesterday and yet it feels like weeks since I've read it. Not sure what that means. First of all, I'd have given this book four stars if Putney knew how to write anything realistically--which she does not. Granted, it is partly my own fault, because I know from past experience that I don't generally enjoy books by her with tortured heroes, simply because the heroes aren't actually tortured. The characters in the book claim the hero is tortured, and so does the hero himself, but t [...]

    2. Melanie Adkins on said:

      Lord Wyndham, Greydon Sommers, never dreamed that his dalliance would cause him to lose ten years of his life. He spent those ten years in a dungeon, alone and barely hanging on to sanity. Determined to keep himself from going completely mad, he worked out and sang. When he'd all but given up hope of ever seeing England again, Cassie enters his life. A spy working for his friend Kirkland, she was sent to check out information that he was still alive. She caught just the right time too, because t [...]

    3. Barbara ★ on said:

      This series is spectacular. I've loved everyone of the Lost Lords so far, and their ladies too. Ms. Putney surely has a way with words. None of the Lords had an easy life and neither did their women. And Grey "Wyndham" Sommers and Catherine St. Ives are no different. In France Grey was caught in a married ladies bed by her husband and was imprisoned in the dungeon for ten years! Catherine St. Ives aka Carrie Fox's entire family was murdered by the French and she was left adrift at a young age. F [...]

    4. İlkim on said:

      Pek de ısınamadığım bir hikaye oldu, bitsin diye çabaladım hatta. Aslında sevdiğim her unsur vardı içinde ama yine de bir şeyler eksikti.

    5. E_bookpushers on said:

      This review was originally posted at: thebookpushers/2012/04/23/Publisher: KensingtonPublish Date: April 24thHow I got this book: ARC from the PublisherGrey Sommers, Lord Wyndham, never met a predicament he couldn’t charm his way out of. Then a tryst with a government official’s wife during a bit of casual espionage in France condemns him a decade in a dungeon, leaving him a shadow of his former self. Yet his greatest challenge may be the enigmatic spy sent to free his body—the only woman [...]

    6. Jenny Q on said:

      3.5 Stars. I was excited to get a double pack of Mary Jo Putney romances for review, and not having read her before, I decided to start with her newest, No Longer A Gentleman. Besides, I have a weakness for historical spy romances, so I really wanted to read this one!The story takes place in France and England during the Napoleonic War and follows British agent Cassie Fox as she helps break fellow agent Grey Sommers out of the French prison that's been his home for ten years. But breaking him ou [...]

    7. Karine Darnessy on said:

      Décidément j'adore cette auteure et ce quatrième tome est de nouveau un coup de coeur. Cette fois-ci, nous suivons Cassie, un des agents de Kirkland rencontré dans le tome 3. Sa mission , retourner en France afin de savoir si oui ou non après dix ans de disparition, Lord Wyndham est encore en vie. Comme a son habitude , elle se déguise en femme sans intérêt et invisible pour mener son enquête. Ayant habilement soutiré des informations a une tavernière, elle se dirige vers le château [...]

    8. Melissa on said:

      Although I hadn't read the other three books in the series, this one was easy to follow (except the whole school/Hindu fighting style thing, that took a bit to figure out - Kirkland's spy network was not).This had a very Count of Monte Cristo vibe with the "10 years in a cell with a priest to keep you company" plot device right down to Gray's penchant for revenge (although not as elaborate). Cassie was an interesting heroine and it was nice to see Putney attempt to work some of the grimmer aspec [...]

    9. Jodi on said:

      In the last book of the Lost Lords quartet, the missing lord, Greydon Sommers, Lord Wyndham, was located and rescued from the private dungeon he had been locked in for the last 10 years. He would have gone mad if not for a fellow prisoner, a Catholic priest, who kept him sane by educating him and singing with him. But in those 10 years, he saw no other person. His rescuer was Cassie Reynard, sent by Kirkland. The rescue was easy. The recovery was not. You don't just leave solitary confinement wi [...]

    10. Virginia on said:

      Putney returns to form in the long-awaited story of Wyndam. The characters have true depth and are multifaceted. I love how they are transformed by their suffering (and not of the mundane romantic variety, we're talking DEEP suffering) and bring each other gentle humor and healing. Plus, throw in some spies and France and disguises, how can I NOT like it?

    11. Moria on said:

      Decent enough story. Decent enough writing. Just could not get into it. Feels like the author wasn't into it either. This is sort of passionless, paint-by-numbers romance writing. This reads exactly like it's the 50th variation of the same novel someone churned out in a short period of time. Very blah.

    12. Mariana on said:

      4.5 starsI've read all but the second in this series (completely out of order and over many months). I think they are all good but the later the better. Why doesn't Masterson have a story?

    13. Rosey Waters on said:

      So I guess it's time to put Mary Jo Putney down for a while. This was fine. I definitely skimmed at the end. there wasn't the same build up as the two books I did enjoy -- and definitely the factors keeping the hero and heroine apart weren't enough in my mind. Also, why on earth did Grey go to Agnes's school? I really can't tell.

    14. Laura the Highland Hussy on said:

      Review posted at Demon Lover's Books and More3.5 flamesThis book has so many things to like about it, but for some reason I really couldn’t get into it. I wanted to rate it higher, I truly did. But I justn’t.I don’t normally do reviews in the like/dislike format, but I really have had a hard time reviewing this book. Because it didn’t work for me, but I can see the marketability of this book, I think this format works.I’ll start with the things I liked:-The heroine is a spy, and a real [...]

    15. Patty on said:

      Once again, the fairy tale world of romance gives me the opportunity to leave my life behind for awhile. I know that there are folks who don't read genre fiction, but I think they are missing a lot. There are times that it is wonderful to escape the real world. I don't care if you read mysteries, science fiction, westerns, fantasy or adventure tales. I just think there are times in this modern world when it is good to leave reality behind.Putney gave me what I was hoping for. I got a rip-roaring [...]

    16. Cherie on said:

      I love this group of men that are the Lost Lords. Grey has been lost for ten years his fate unknown to his family and friends. Ms. Putney does a great job describing the obstacles, both physical and emotional, that he must overcome after being freed from his imprisonment. Cassie is an intrepid gal and I admired how resiliently she lived her life. I thought I'd be uncomfortable with their return to France but it was done with just the right amount of tension. This was not as much an adventure sto [...]

    17. Jennifer on said:

      "Oh I like this premise, very Joanna Bourne with the sly fox French heroine and the Englishman namedGrey, whoah yeah, that's a bit of a coincidenceesh" All similarities ended there, as the writing was not very good nor was the plot veryotted. I kept missing Joanna Bourne's dialogue and research and humor until I just threw in the towel and started to reread Rogue Spy. Ah much better.

    18. Sharyn on said:

      I enjoyed this 4th in a series. I love Regency's and Mary Jo Putnam. Cassie is a spy for England in France and sets out to find Grey, who all think is dead but spymaster Kirkland. The spy stuff is interesting as is the afterward. Be sure to read that. The love story between two wounded people is very romantic. Ok another reread. September 20, 2015. I think I like this one best so far. Also I noticed the cover actually looked like them, correct hair color and everything. Cassie is my favorite Her [...]

    19. Joan on said:

      This has been an amazing series, each book a stand out and works wonderful together as a whole. Characters are very developed and interesting, each is their own person and strong in character.There was no whining in this book-thank God! Oh, how can he love someone like me crap over and over. Very refreshing. The storyline was great, fast paced and very exciting to see how it would all come together. Reading a story about two people who come together and are better with each other is so nice.

    20. ~Leslie~ on said:

      I really enjoyed this installment in the Lost Lords series. I had read one other a while ago but was still somewhat familiar with the premise. In this one, Lord Wyndham has been imprisoned for 10 years after bedding the wrong woman. Catherine St. Ives, known as Cassie is part of a spy network and goes to France to rescue him. She was orphaned many years ago and has lived a dangerous life since. She and Grey come together at first in sympathy but then grow to love each other. These are both inter [...]

    21. Yumru on said:

      Çok iç sesler çok ayrıntılar içeren bir kitaptı,ayrıca karakterlere de pek ısınamadım.Bayan karakterin rahatlığı biraz sinir bozucuydu.Erkek karakterse çocuk gibiydi gerçi 10 yıl bir hücrede kalıp yeni doğuyor gibi olması normal ama bayıyordu bazen bu durum.Neyse işin özü her şeye rağmen arada eğlendiğim bazende sıkıldığım bir roman oldu.

    22. Erica on said:

      Apparently if you torture a handsome, fit young philanderer, then leave him to rot for 10 years in a dungeon with a compassionate priest in the neighboring cell, you end up with an incredibly attractive, compassionate, loving, & selfless man, who can accomplish with very little training the same acrobatic & sleuthing feats of the female spy who has been practicing her craft every week for the same period of time. I will say this: I believed entirely that he didn't forget any of his maste [...]

    23. Joy on said:

      Another in the series of books that I bought as a packet, enjoyable as the previous ones were. The heroine of this one, Cassie, was intriguing and interesting as she was most definitely not a lady of the ton, with a myriad of interesting skills and a flip of the damsel-in-distress trope with her as rescuer and not as captive. There was a bit too much "makeover/surprise!" to make her relationship with Grey more socially palatable than I liked, although given the familial revelations for them both [...]

    24. Elisa Vangelisti on said:

      Non so cosa mi è venuto in mente quando ho scaricato questo estratto. Già il titolo spiega abbondantemente la trama, si vede che mi ero fatta di qualcosa di strano. Probabilmente ho scaricato estratti a spron battuto di quest’autrice e non ci ho fatto caso. niente spionaggio per me, lasciamo perdere.

    25. merilie Gonzales on said:

      No Longer A GentlemanThis book was better than the last one. The heroine of this book was tough and once you knew her background understandably. Gray was very likeable as well as the supporting characters. If you like historical romance this one is for you

    26. Michele on said:

      The story could have been good if the "romance" hadn't been forced and out of nowhere. When a romance lover like me starts skipping the romance chunks, something is not quite right. Don't think I'm a fan.

    27. Lu on said:

      Really enjoyed this book. Grey is honorable and understandably troubled after spending ten years in a prison in France and Catherine is so strong and resilient and heroic.I love how the story is filled with adventure and how their love is build long and strong.

    28. Rhonda on said:

      Pretty good story with a very strong heroine. The girl actually rescues the boy in this one. The characters were likable and the plot was pretty good.

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