Southern Gentlemen by Jennifer Blake
John "Rip" Peterson\Billy Ray Wainwright

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In some small Southern towns the old ways still exist. Breeding counts and the old boys hold court. Everyone has a place and no one's supposed to cross the line. But rules are made to be broken...

In Southern Gentlemen, authors Jennifer Blake and Emilie Richards deliver two contemporary stories of family, love and betrayal, all set against the colorful backdrop of the Deep South. This is their South—filled with old families, old money and old grudges. A place where the finest women are ladies and the best men are gentlemen. And where men from the wrong side of town have more honor than all the blue bloods combined.

 

About Jennifer Blake

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Best-selling romance author, Jennifer Blake was born in Louisiana in 1942. She has written over 50 titles which have been published in 18 languages. Her titles include "Arrow to the Heart," "Silver-Tongued Devil," "Bride of a Stranger," "Royal Seduction," "Garden of Scandal," and the "Southern Gentlemen" series. Blake also writes mysteries under the pseudonymn Patricia Ponder, gothic romances as Elizabeth Treherne, contemporary romances as Patricia Maxwell and Maxine Patrick. Blake's works have earned her numerous awards and honors. She is Writer-in-Residence for the University of Northeastern Louisiana, and is a charter, and honorary, member of Romance Writers of America. In addition to those honors, she has received a Golden Treasure Award for Lifetime Achievement from Romance Writers of America and the Frank Waters Award for Excellence in Fiction and she was inducted into the RWA and Affaire de Coeur Romance Halls of Fame. Blake currently resides in Louisiana.
 
Published January 15, 2013 by Harlequin MIRA. 377 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Boys from the wrong side of the tracks fall in love with girls from the town's wealthiest families, while girls marry within their own social groups before finding happiness with the town's bad boys a

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