Making of a Gentleman - Shana Galen

Making of a Gentleman

By Shana Galen

  • Release Date: 2010-10-01
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
From 29 Ratings


Twelve years in a French prison have left the once dashing Armand Harcourt, Comte de Valere a hollow shell of his former self. Though safely back on English soil, Armand remains locked in a prison of his mind, unable to interact with the glittering social world that was his rightful place. When his family hires the beautiful and determined Felicity Bennett to teach Armand, he is shaken by the onslaught of desire Felicity awakens in him. As Felicity slowly helps reclaim Armand, their passion begins to blossom into a transcendent love capable of healing the scars of both their pasts.
"An irresistible mix of sexy romance and sharp wit." --Chicago Tribune
"Lively dialogue, breakneck pace and great sense of fun." --Publishers Weekly


  • A Must Read!

    By Kati R
    It's in typical Shana Galen fashion: adrenaline pumping danger, a handsome hero, a headstrong heroine, an air of mystery, a touch of intrigue and toe curling smexing. A must read. Silent, brooding, sexy, virgin hero with a dangerous past? Check. Pianoforte playing, marriage contract breaking, fall for her charge governess heroine? Check. Overprotective older brother? Check. Man claiming to be the husband of the heroine? Check. Bad guys who want the treasure that only the hero knows where it's at? Check and check. This book was sweet, sensual and tinged with danger. A fun, fast paced, heart pounding read. I will have to go back and read The Making of a Duchess since snippets of Julien and Sarah in this book have made me curious of their love story. Ms. Galen has a way with words. She makes the hero and heroine likeable and the villians boo-worthy. After reading this, I realized it's my first virgin hero book. What a difference in the storytelling when it comes to The Sexiness. ***I won 3 copies of this book from giveaways***
  • Must read love story!!!!

    By Bebwright
    Very nice love story.... Characters were adorable. Even the troubled ones. I'll read this one again. If you like the Victorian Era, you'll love this book.