- Silver Publishing
- Release Date
- June 2012
Erotic Romance, Historical Romance, LGBTQ
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.
Aug 10, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
178 people found the following review helpful
LESS THAN ALL by Lee Brazil is a beautifully touching story about forbidden love. Set in the early 1800s in England, this lovely story will carry you away to another time and place.
After a youthful indiscretion, Lord Victor Ware sends his brother's best friend away. Years later, he sees Nicholas again in London and his attraction to the younger man is renewed. Everywhere he goes, he sees Nicholas at every turn. When he comes home one evening and discovers Nicholas in his home, Victor realizes he can no longer fight his feelings, so he sets out to prove to Nicholas that two men can be together even within their society.
I would very highly recommend this book and give it a rating of 5 out of 5 stars! It is beautifully written with characters that stole my heart and stayed with me even after I finished the book. Filled with the allure and excitement of the London Ton of the time period, it's full of romance, family drama, and plenty of passion to overheat your e-reader.
I was hooked right from the very start and could not put it down; reading the whole book in one sitting. This was one of those instances where I had a difficult time moving on to my next book because I wanted to stay in Nicholas and Victor's world. At about 75 pages, it's a fairly short book, but not too short. I was pulled into the story emotionally and became attached to the characters. I thought the author did a wonderful job of making it feel like 19thcentury England. I'm not an expert, but from my reading experience it seemed quite accurate for the time period. I have become a fan of Lee Brazil's books and I look forward to reading more!
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