The Sartorialist

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Dreamspinner Press, Mar 1, 2012 - Fiction - 66 pages
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When royal sartorial adviser Beau Brummell meets a pretty soldier at a ball full of people who have begun to bore him, he's only thinking of a brief affair and the opportunity to prove that clothes make the man. Then Toby turns out to be not only beautiful but kind and a generous lover, and Beau finds himself falling fast. Though previously happy to let him have his fun, the jealous Prince Regent issues an ultimatum: Toby must return to France or risk being charged with treason. Knowing Toby is unlikely to survive, Beau begins a downward spiral into depression and debt. Surely he and Toby will never meet again....

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User Review  - Alex - Goodreads

Stars: 3.5/5 Overall Written in a classical form, this novella may come across awkward to the modern reader, but those who can go beyond the writing style will find a charming story rife with ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer Lavoie - Goodreads

Prior to reading The Sartorialist I had no idea what one was. I did, however, know who Beau Brummell was based on another book I had seen with his name in it. This book was a fascinating look at the ... Read full review

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