Blog Tour: The Perfect Gentleman by Delaney Foster #Review & #Giveaway

Today I have a review of The Perfect Gentleman by Delaney Foster along with a giveaway. The Perfect Gentleman is available now.

For Nathan Alexander it's not an option. It's a way of life. 
As an attorney he defends the defenseless. But when the suit comes off and the gloves go on, his passion is teaching others how to defend themselves. 

His life was purposefully methodical. Completely under control. Just the way he likes it. 

Until Emma McClain walks in his gym. Battered. Broken. And utterly breathtaking. 

After his last relationship, Alex swore he'd never give another woman the power to hurt him. But with her unforgettable smile and killer legs, Emma has him fighting for control. 

Little does he know she is fighting for her life. 

Will he be able to save her before it's too late? Or will an unexpected revelation cost them both the ultimate price?

The Perfect Gentleman is a adult contemporary that am putting a trigger warning on for domestic violence, including physical and mental/emotional. 

Emma is a woman who has been torn down and isolated from her family and friends, she puts on a front and blames herself for the way her boyfriend Bastion is. She feels like she caused him to be depressed and sad and she has to fix him. 

Then there's Alex who is nursing a broken heart. Emma spots Alex and Alex spots Emma and the story kicks of.

Delaney Foster did a good job of being in Emma's mind and the way she was feeling and it brought to the fore front how Bastion was manipulating her in such a way that she doubted herself, thinking is he or isnt he being abusive. 

The first 50 per cent has you feel like you where walking on your toes with Emma anticipating whats going to happen and I really enjoyed seeing in Emma mind. 

Now Emma likes Alex and VS Versus and you see Emma is not really a meek, woman whens she with him, Bastion hasn't totally crushed her. I have mixed feelings with the romantic side of The Perfect Gentleman in some ways I get it, but I just wanted more.

The story was fast paced and told in duel POV and I liked both perspectives. As I said I really liked being in Emmas mind. Alex on the other hand I liked but he just felt vanilla to me he was nice and kind but I just wanted theres that word again, more.

Overall I read The perfect Gentleman really quickly and I did enjoy it, and at times couldnt put it down. It feels like a one sit read. Overall I gave The Perfect Gentlemen 3.25 stars

About the Author:

Delaney Foster is a Louisiana native, not far from New Orleans, where eating, drinking, and dancing are pretty much a requirement for citizenship. She loves all things romance, a good glass of wine, and Saturdays at the baseball park. She definitely believes leggings are pants and is a bit of a book whore. It all started with Jane Austen and her Darcy and has evolved to the likes of Ella Frank, Mia Sheridan, and Colleen Hoover. Just to name a few. In her love stories you will find sexy, alpha males and the strong woman Deto love them.

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  1. I love when books have multiple POVs, its probably how my own book will go. Also, tweeted you last night about comments not working, but they seem to be doing fine now.

  2. The book sounds so interesting. An attorney who teaches self-defense. This caught my attention there. I would love to find out what happens next.