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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Review: The Desire for Dearborne by V.B. Kildaire

Title: The Desire for Dearborne
Autor: V.B. Kildare
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Historical Gay Romance
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Goodreads Description
  Leander Mayfield is the only surviving son of a poor farmer... or so he believes until the day he learns he is in fact the new Earl of Dearborne. Still recovering from a lingering illness, the sensitive young man travels to Great Britain to claim his estate and embarks upon a bewildering new life. Julien Sutcliffe, the Earl of Blackstone, is suffering from ennui. He's tired and bored with all the finery and wealth and wonders about him. Then he meets this refreshingly naive American Earl, newly arrived in England, and suddenly the world comes alive around him again. Irresistibly drawn to one another, Julien finds himself besotted, and Leander is equally smitten. But just when they think they may have finally found happiness together, Julien and Leander discover that something--or someone--is determined to separate them permanently.
I'm a big fan of gay romance books. And I love historical romances. This book combines these two categories and I was eager to read it.
Leander is a young american who comes into succesion of an english Earldom. He is very young, innocent and insecure. With no friends and a bad health he is not prepared for english high society. He is interested in Julien Sutcliffe, who is well known for his interest in men. They fall in love and everything seems to be fine, when Leander is abducted and his lost older brothers suddenly arrive in London. They are suspicious of Julien who tries to find Leander on his own.
This book was a very nice gay historical romance. Both main characters a very likeble. Leander seems to be the naive young one who falls in love with the older rich aristocrat, who thinks he has seen it all. I enjoyed their bantering. The theme of abduction and Juliens desperate search for Leander added an intersting storyline which ends happily. 

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