The Gentleman's Book of Vices

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Harlequin, Nov 29, 2022 - Fiction
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Is their real-life love story doomed to be a tragedy, or can they rewrite the ending?

London, 1883

Finely dressed and finely drunk, Charlie Price is a man dedicated to his vices. Chief among them is his explicit novel collection, though his impending marriage to a woman he can’t love will force his carefully curated collection into hiding.

Before it does, Charlie is determined to have one last hurrah: meeting his favorite author in person.

Miles Montague is more gifted as a smut writer than a shopkeep and uses his royalties to keep his flagging bookstore afloat. So when a cheerful dandy appears out of the mist with Miles's highly secret pen name on his pretty lips, Miles assumes the worst. But Charlie Price is no blackmailer; he’s Miles's biggest fan.

A scribbled signature on a worn book page sets off an affair as scorching as anything Miles has ever written. But Miles is clinging to a troubled past, while Charlie’s future has spun entirely out of his control…

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Jess Everlee is a queer writer from Northeast Ohio with an Oscar Wilde obsession and two spoiled guinea pigs. She has a deep love of interesting art, offbeat communities, and admittedly pretentious coffee brewing systems. You can keep track of her comings and goings at www.jesseverlee.com.

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