After I finished reading An Affair with a Notorious Heiress I remember thinking how awesome it would be if Gina, Tillie’s younger sister, and Andrew, Rex’s younger brother, ended up together. Then all of sudden BAM, scrolling through Goodreads I discovered an upcoming release featuring Lord Andrew Mabry and Gina Hammersley.
Miss Virginia Hammersley’s greatest desire is to fall in love. As an American heiress in London she has set her sights on a man with a title. Yet, as her sister falls in love with the Marquess of Rexton, Gina spends more and more time with his younger brother Andrew and she finds herself drawn to him.
Lord Andrew Mabry is the second son, the spare, a man with almost no responsibilities who chooses to chase pleasure and good times. He has no intention of ever settling down into marriage. Then he meets Gina Hammersley and can’t stop thinking of the beautiful heiress. He knows he isn’t the man for her, but when she asks him to show her a bit of adventure, he can’t resist.
Gentlemen Prefer Heiresses is a novella in the Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James series. With limited page time, only 112 pages, Andrew and Gina’s relationship progresses pretty fast. I think any reader who hasn’t read the previous release might feel like it was a little rushed. As someone who was familiar with their backstories and could feel their chemistry from the moment they met at the opera, I was rather pleased with how this well this author developed their relationship. There isn’t any real angst or drama, just sweet romance, a dash of humor and the exact right amount of sexy times. I was charmed.
This whole series is worth a read. My favorite has to be The Duke and The Lady in Red, but I’ve enjoyed every single couple and every one of their HEAs. Final Grade-B-
“Married, not married, whenever I’m with you I’m happy.”