Review of ELLIE’S GENTLEMAN By Georgiana Louis Steam Reads feature


Ellie is a young woman who has been in with the London crowd trying to find a husband. Her father keeps sending her away to find that perfect match. Someone to make her happy and live comfortable. She has been growing tired of the London circle of people and knows her husband is not in this group. She longs for the country life, quiet, peaceful, not the partying life she has been living. So this time coming home, she tells her father, she wants to stay home. Her father has a friend visiting for the holidays. Robert was in a loveless marriage but she died in labor. Thinking he is too old to start again, he has decided the single life will be his lot. Until he sees Ellie and it stirs something in him that he thought was long dead.

Ellie and Robert, in Ellie's gentleman, is a innocent pg love story. Both characters have conflicts that could keep them apart, fears to overcome, and have their hearts on the line. Because this is a historical piece, it is like watching a Jane Austin film or something of that period. Very sweet love story.

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