title pic Retro Reads Review: Less Than All by Lee Brazil

Posted by Becky Condit on February 25, 2013
“I’m not sure I can go back to me being just me, once there’s been an us”

GENRE: M/M, regency
RATING: 5 Sweet Peas!
 photo LessThanAll_zpsa2324a2f.jpgBLURB: A youthful indiscretion leads to a humiliating encounter between Nicholas Danville and Lord Victor Ware. Nicholas returns home in disgrace, and Victor continues life in the Ton. Years later, Nicholas’s reproving parents send him to town to attain a degree of polish before he prepares for life as a member of the clergy. A chance encounter with an old friend leads to a new confrontation between Nicholas and Victor. This time, the attraction between them burns brighter, Nicholas is old enough to know his own mind, and Victor is done with self-denial. From ballrooms to gardens and opera houses, Victor sets about proving that a passionate liaison between two men is possible even under the narrow gaze of the Ton.(less)
MRS CONDIT’S OPINION: Although regency romances are not usually my choice for reading, this delightful story landed in my TBR pile and I am so thankful that it did!

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