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Matt There’s nothing quite like a night with one of the Gentlemen of the Emerald City. No strings. No complications. I’ve been burned by love, and I’m not going there again. Unlike my teammates who fell for their Gentlemen, I know how to keep emotions from coming into play. At least… I used to. Andre I used to love this job. The money doesn’t matter—just the thrill. But that th Matt There’s nothing quite like a night with one of the Gentlemen of the Emerald City. No strings. No complications. I’ve been burned by love, and I’m not going there again. Unlike my teammates who fell for their Gentlemen, I know how to keep emotions from coming into play. At least… I used to. Andre I used to love this job. The money doesn’t matter—just the thrill. But that thrill is gone now. That is, until I meet Matt. And that’s before he starts looking at me like that. And booking me more often. And making my heart do things it’s not supposed to do when I’m on the clock. How do I convince a jaded man that love is worth another try? Gentlemen of the Emerald City Andre is Book 5 of Gentlemen of the Emerald City, a sexy series centered around the high class, high-dollar Gentlemen of Seattle’s most exclusive escort service. Each book is full of snark, sass, and sweetness, and like any Emerald City client, you’re guaranteed a happy ending.


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Matt There’s nothing quite like a night with one of the Gentlemen of the Emerald City. No strings. No complications. I’ve been burned by love, and I’m not going there again. Unlike my teammates who fell for their Gentlemen, I know how to keep emotions from coming into play. At least… I used to. Andre I used to love this job. The money doesn’t matter—just the thrill. But that th Matt There’s nothing quite like a night with one of the Gentlemen of the Emerald City. No strings. No complications. I’ve been burned by love, and I’m not going there again. Unlike my teammates who fell for their Gentlemen, I know how to keep emotions from coming into play. At least… I used to. Andre I used to love this job. The money doesn’t matter—just the thrill. But that thrill is gone now. That is, until I meet Matt. And that’s before he starts looking at me like that. And booking me more often. And making my heart do things it’s not supposed to do when I’m on the clock. How do I convince a jaded man that love is worth another try? Gentlemen of the Emerald City Andre is Book 5 of Gentlemen of the Emerald City, a sexy series centered around the high class, high-dollar Gentlemen of Seattle’s most exclusive escort service. Each book is full of snark, sass, and sweetness, and like any Emerald City client, you’re guaranteed a happy ending.

30 review for Andre

  1. 4 out of 5

    L.A. Witt

    Available September 15th.

  2. 5 out of 5

    dbbks3

    Good Story It is best to read this series in order. I have enjoyed each story and cannot pick a favorite.. I !loved both Matt and Andre. They showed their weaknesses with their strengths. LA Witt is an automatic but for me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    J.L.

    Considering Matt’s recommendation of a certain app to Ethan in the first book is the inciting incident of this series, I’ve been looking forward to his happily ever after. He was a solid secondary character in the previous two hockey romances of this set, and while he seems sorted on the surface, I knew Witt would give him a solid background that made his story worth reading. I also knew that I needed more of Andre after meeting him in the train wreck fake-relationship scenario explored in Marco Considering Matt’s recommendation of a certain app to Ethan in the first book is the inciting incident of this series, I’ve been looking forward to his happily ever after. He was a solid secondary character in the previous two hockey romances of this set, and while he seems sorted on the surface, I knew Witt would give him a solid background that made his story worth reading. I also knew that I needed more of Andre after meeting him in the train wreck fake-relationship scenario explored in Marco’s book. I was not disappointed on either account. Matt was seriously burned by two relationships early in his life (college-age). Since he has the financial means to do so, he’s limited his physical connections to the options available via the Gentlemen of Emerald City app for years. Is this healthy? Not necessarily, but it’s obvious that Matt is an incredible catch due to his knowledge and respect of sex workers and the appropriate inherent boundaries. Witt also explores how Andre became involved in the profession, and I thoroughly enjoyed the secondary conflict of Andre’s changing perspective after the previous book’s events. The sparks are immediate between both men, both physically and mentally, so it’s fairly inevitable that they get themselves into an “idiots in love” situation, especially once they are “exclusive” for a decent length of time. This book is my favorite of the series so far. Witt brings to life two dynamic characters who explore some intense emotional baggage and come to terms with the resulting development. This seems like a recipe for some pretty epic angst, but Witt keeps the story compelling without diving into too much unnecessary pain for Matt and Andre. She also sets up the final book in the series, which I’m excited to learn features a sort of “antagonist” from many of these books. Because as Matt has proven, even idiots deserve their own love stories.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kaffey A Hinds

    Unobtainable Andre was still getting over the client from hell. He had spent two weeks with a obnoxious client who thought he was God's gift to men. He was afraid he'd run into someone like him or worse. Matt had experience two bad relationships in his life and he had sworn off relationships. He loved the men of Emerald because he didn't have to commit. Andre decided to give it one more try and he got Matt. At the beginning both wanted the same thing, however Andre fell hard, but Matt was willing Unobtainable Andre was still getting over the client from hell. He had spent two weeks with a obnoxious client who thought he was God's gift to men. He was afraid he'd run into someone like him or worse. Matt had experience two bad relationships in his life and he had sworn off relationships. He loved the men of Emerald because he didn't have to commit. Andre decided to give it one more try and he got Matt. At the beginning both wanted the same thing, however Andre fell hard, but Matt was willing to walk away. I loved their story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    christina

    I was so glad that we got to see Smitty. I have loved the whole series and really appreciate the way they have shown hockey players as human. Smitty was a great back ground character in the first two books and I am so glad that we get to hear his story. I am excited to read Hunter and see if Smitty and Deacon and make it back to at least friends and teammates and not adversaries on the same team.😀😀😀

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tara Ramey

    Great end to the series. Written in dual first person POV. Good amount of M/M sexy times. Both MCs were good guys and I appreciated that Andre had a plan for his future. Andre is an up-and-coming artist and works for EC for fun. We met him in the previous book but this could be read as a standalone. The next book focuses on Scott and I’m not sure if I can get past how crappy he’s been in all of the books. So this book could end the series if you don’t want to continue.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Liza

    I have been waiting for Smitty's book since the beginning and it didn't disappoint. He is an interesting character, choosing to be with escorts exclusively because of past heartbreak. Andre is coming off a disasterous extended contract with a date that's left him uncertain of his future with Emerald City. When they come together, it's wonderful. Is it predictable? Of course, but it's still hot, fun, and sexy. I have been waiting for Smitty's book since the beginning and it didn't disappoint. He is an interesting character, choosing to be with escorts exclusively because of past heartbreak. Andre is coming off a disasterous extended contract with a date that's left him uncertain of his future with Emerald City. When they come together, it's wonderful. Is it predictable? Of course, but it's still hot, fun, and sexy.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mami Bear

    Following from my review of the last book in this series.. DNF @28% The author needs to just write a book about Tony and get it out of her system. Don't understand how a non MC has taken up so much space over 2 books. Following from my review of the last book in this series.. DNF @28% The author needs to just write a book about Tony and get it out of her system. Don't understand how a non MC has taken up so much space over 2 books.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    Sweet and steamy romance with compelling characters and an engaging premise. Love this series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Debbora

    Read 5 and 6 out of order. Good series but again too much of the dialogue is repeated.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I cannot believe half this book was once again dedicated to bemoaning Tony and the other half to fucking Scott. But at least it felt like the plot was moving a lot better this time!

  12. 4 out of 5

    JD Crittendon

    “Sometimes it was good to be wrong”! Pro Hockey Player Matt “Smitty” hires Artist/Escort Andre for an uncomplicated distraction while his broken arm heals leads to so much more. This tale seems like an extension of the previous book “Marco” because of so many references to that storyline. I also thought Andre was a bit of a drama queen over the ‘Tony disaster’ as unpleasant as it was; also the overall premise was a little weak and the connection between MCs was a bit tenuous. Although, I really l “Sometimes it was good to be wrong”! Pro Hockey Player Matt “Smitty” hires Artist/Escort Andre for an uncomplicated distraction while his broken arm heals leads to so much more. This tale seems like an extension of the previous book “Marco” because of so many references to that storyline. I also thought Andre was a bit of a drama queen over the ‘Tony disaster’ as unpleasant as it was; also the overall premise was a little weak and the connection between MCs was a bit tenuous. Although, I really liked Matt’s character from the very beginning starting in book 1 ‘Lucas’. This was an averagely good enough read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    thp1017

  14. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

  15. 4 out of 5

    Krista

  16. 5 out of 5

    Fee Gummerson

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Rittner

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Abramovich

  19. 4 out of 5

    Irina

  20. 5 out of 5

    Buffy

  21. 4 out of 5

    Te123

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ray A Hall

  23. 4 out of 5

    Laura Mclellan

  24. 4 out of 5

    Shaufa

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gunvor

  26. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jack Gardner

  28. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Joy

  29. 5 out of 5

    MT

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alex

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