“Gentleman of Her Dreams” Book Review

Sep 28, 2015 by

Welcome back to Rachel’s Back Talk! I’m so glad you could join me again. Today I am reviewing Jen Turano’s book, Gentleman of Her Dreams.


As is my custom, if I could ask Jen one question about Gentleman of Her Dreams it would be — “How do you come up with your character’s personalities?” And if you want to know why I asked that question, I guess you’ll just have to read the book to find out!


And without further ado, onto Rachel’s Back Talk!

From the Back Cover:

When Miss Charlotte Wilson asks God for a husband, she decides He must want her to pursue Mr. Hamilton Beckett, the catch of the season. The only problem? She’s never actually met Hamilton. Fortunately, one of her oldest and dearest friends, Mr. Henry St. James–who has returned to New York after a two-year absence–does know Hamilton. Much to Henry’s chagrin, Charlotte immediately ropes him into helping her meet Hamilton. However, none of her plans to catch Hamilton’s eye go as she expected, and she is even more confused when her old feelings for Henry begin to resurrect themselves. In the midst of the mayhem Charlotte always seems to cause, she wonders if the gentleman of her dreams might be an entirely different man than she thought.


Rachel’s Back Talk:

5 – award winning covers


Goodness! I love Jen’s writing and I certainly loved Gentleman of Her Dreams. It is such a quick read, but one that just touches your heart and makes you smile. If you want to read a book in a short period of time, this one is certain to appease your cravings for a bit!!

Charlotte and Henry have been best friends for years, yet they are clueless to the other person’s feelings. At times, you just BEG them to speak out, but no, they are very set in their ways. Charlotte’s “adventurous” plans are the best and I loved Henry for putting up with them. Seeing his devotion to Charlotte is enough to woe anyone.


Other books by Jen I will read next:

Playing the Part (A Class of Their Own Book #3)

A Change of Fortune

A Talent for Trouble

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