The Modern Gentleman
Have you ever hit rock bottom? I embarrassingly have.It’s why I’m wearing my girl's decorative scarf over my head, clutching her lady drink to my chest, and singing ever so softly to Joni Mitchell while swaying back and forth. This is what therapists refer to as LOSING IT. Oldest story in the book: boy meets girl, boy falls for girl, boy screws up MASSIVELY, girl tells boy to suffocate in the fruits of his very own unborn children. Heard it before? I'm sure you have.So what's so different about this story? Well, it's about me, The Modern Gentleman, New York City's top advice columnist, and my rather ungraceful downfall from my pristinely polished pedestal.It's about a girl I met who threw all my proven theories to the wind and left me awkward, needy, and absolutely head-over-wingtipped shoes in love.This is a story about June Lacy and how she single-handedly dismantled The Modern Gentleman.

The Modern Gentleman Details

TitleThe Modern Gentleman
Author
ReleaseJan 1st, 1970
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance

The Modern Gentleman Review

  • Meghan Quinn
    January 1, 1970
    LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist on How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days.
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  • Patty ~ Wrapped Up In Reading Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    *****4.5 STARS*****{ARC Generously Provided by Author} ”She specifically told me to crawl into my own scrotum and drown in my sperm. I’m pretty positive when a girl wants my unborn children to kill me, she’s not going to want to talk to me again.” ”THE MODERN GENTLEMAN” was another extremely hilarious romantic comedy written by the Queen of RomComs – Meghan Quinn. I lost count of the number of times I found myself in a fit of belly-aching laughter. I was a goner for Wes Waldorf aka ”The Modern *****4.5 STARS*****{ARC Generously Provided by Author} ”She specifically told me to crawl into my own scrotum and drown in my sperm. I’m pretty positive when a girl wants my unborn children to kill me, she’s not going to want to talk to me again.” ”THE MODERN GENTLEMAN” was another extremely hilarious romantic comedy written by the Queen of RomComs – Meghan Quinn. I lost count of the number of times I found myself in a fit of belly-aching laughter. I was a goner for Wes Waldorf aka ”The Modern Gentleman” after we first meet him drowning his sorrows in a girly drink called the ’Mang-o-Rita”. A Hero who doesn’t care about being caught wallowing in a pity party for one, drinking a girly drink, wearing his woman’s scarf around his head, and listening to a sad Joni Mitchell song, is a book boyfriend that I know is going to steal reader’s hearts. Wes has always been confident in his ability to attract the opposite sex. That’s why his relationship advice column is the breadwinner for the internet-based publication he works for. His boss has given him an ultimatum to change things up and write a series of articles on his real-life experiences in trying to win the heart of a woman he just met. At the time he’s not dating anyone and is only given three days to find a woman to woo. This amps up his anxiety levels because the alternative that he is faced with is being set up with the boss’s daughter. Wes meets June Lacy, a quirky aspiring Broadway actress. June is like no other woman he’s ever dated and she is not easily wooed. She keeps Wes on his toes and has him acting like an inexperienced teenager. Wes’ game is shot. He suffers numerous embarrassing but supremely hilarious blunders. The entire time you get inside this character’s head and realize he is one truly amazing guy with a heart of gold. He’s falling for the girl but has kept his assignment for the magazine a secret. Can you see what lays ahead for Wes and June? It’s predictable and yet wildly entertaining. You’ll never guess all the ways in which Wes fails at trying to impress the girl spectacularly, but boy, will you find yourself in the midst of side-splitting laughter!! This is another book I’m adding to my long list of favorites by this amazing author.Here are my overall ratings:Hero: 5Heroine: 4Plot: 4.5Angst: 4Steam: 4Chemistry Between Hero & Heroine: 5”THE MODERN GENTLEMAN” is currently available.Amazon US: https://amzn.to/3bo1axRAmazon UK: https://amzn.to/2SXvsBqAmazon CA: https://amzn.to/2WsvYcSAmazon AU: https://amzn.to/2SZwNaS
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  • Elle Kennedy
    January 1, 1970
    LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge?Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist o LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge?Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist on How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days.
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  • Paula
    January 1, 1970
    MAJOR SPOILER ALERTS IN THIS REVIEW!!!!!For anyone reading this review, you need to know that I don’t follow authors or give good reviews that often. Majority of my reviews are DNFs because as we all know, it is the same themes over & over again, so to get a plot that to my knowledge has never been written before and have the characters “speak” to us readers direct is absolutely brilliant of the author and I for one thank her for being original and thinking out of the box! Well done Ms Quinn!!! MAJOR SPOILER ALERTS IN THIS REVIEW!!!!!For anyone reading this review, you need to know that I don’t follow authors or give good reviews that often. Majority of my reviews are DNFs because as we all know, it is the same themes over & over again, so to get a plot that to my knowledge has never been written before and have the characters “speak” to us readers direct is absolutely brilliant of the author and I for one thank her for being original and thinking out of the box! Well done Ms Quinn!!! -----------------This is a story about Wesley Waldorf Williams & June July Lacy’s crazy journey to HEA – and how Wes lost the love of his life (aka June). No, this is not a second chance as the story takes us through how they met, fell in love and eventually how Wes, the Goose, fucked up and lost his girl – and won her back in a way that I have never seen any hero do so in a long, long, long time! And for the record, this heroine was truly awesome! No doormat or thinking with her lady parts here. This heroine made the Hero WORK FOR IT! Yep, how often do we read about such heroine?Told mostly from Wes’s POV (at least up until the last chapter), this is a “dating” 101 story that starts on 1st page with Wes wallowing, miserable & depressed cause he lost his girl. He then takes us from the beginning of how they met, fell in love and how things all went South for him – and what major groveling Wes needed to do to make things right to win her back. At various times in the story, Wes speaks direct to the reader in his analogy of the “Gentlemen’s way of dating”, and as I said, at the end we even get June’s voice talking to us about her thought process. As a hero, Wes came across as a lovable, sweet dorky doof who transformed himself into a “Modern Gentleman” via his advice column. He works for a newspaper in which he writes a column to help dudes transform themselves into gentlemen of class and sex appeal. His boss assigns him to find a woman & court her as an experiment of “The Modern Gentleman’s - A How-to Guide” and write a column on it each week based on his courtship of June.With help from his two besties – he is signed up initially on a dating app with not so nice results - “Got you all signed up.” Roman plops down on the barstool next to me. “Your username is CockDaddy69 and I used your picture from the staff directory. Go ahead, start swiping.” He holds out his phone, which I don’t bother taking.“I’m not going to use Love Swipe—how many times do I have to tell you that? And I’m sure as hell not using it under the name CockDaddy69.”From here, things improve for him when he meets June one day in the park where they have a heated conversation over dog poop. Yep - 🐕 💩 🙈 General Fitzbum (dog) dropped a doo-doo on the sidewalk and June handed the poop bag to Wes! June is an aspiring Broadway actress, dog walker, doll maker and a hundred other things (the scene with the dolls in her apartment will have you cracking in stitches!. 😂). She is feisty, straightforward, confident & not willing to take any crap from anyone! She really didn’t make things easy for Wes in the beginning or anytime in their courtship. 👏 👏 👏After she & Wes clicked from the first moment they met, their romance was hilarious! “As a solid warning, I have pepper spray in my purse, I am well-versed in the karate techniques of a white belt, and I know how to use my apartment keys as a shiv. Your chances of abducting me and going unscathed are low.”“Glad to see we’ve formed a line of trust.”She chuckles and takes my arm, her hand falling to my forearm. “Thought it was only fair to give you a warning. You know, keeping the lines of communication open.”“That’s appreciated.” ---Please, Satan, swallow me whole right now. Fingers pressed to my brow, I repeat myself slowly, “Cock . . . Daddy.”“Colton Faddy?I’m about to grab her iPad myself when June yells, “COCKDADDY, woman. C-O-C-K daddy. Like mommy and DADDY. Cock . . . daddy. He’s my cock daddy. What a big COCK, Daddy. Cock! DADDY!” Calming herself, she turns to me and says, “Excuse me.” She flattens her hands over her skirt. “Shuffleboard gets my gears going. What was the number that accompanied CockDaddy?”Mouth dry, temples sweating, this moment beyond anything I could ever dream up, I say without blinking, “Sixty-nine.”“Ah, okay.” She turns back to the hostess and taps her iPad. “That would be CockDaddy69. Thank you.” ----“D-oye,” I yelp, just as June says, “Like this?” and cocks her arm back, shooting the tang pole directly into my unsuspecting and unprotected nutsac.Man . . . down.Hands to the crotch, I collapse to the ground, and curl into a ball, praying to Jesus, long-haired and Holy Jesus, that she didn’t just pierce my nutsac open with the end of the pole.Humiliation courses through me as each Australian grab me on either side, lifting me by my shoulders and legs, and carry me to the men’s room, while onlookers point and stare and June trails behind asking if I need ice or a trash can or anything to help my penis feel better.Balls. Not penis. Balls. ----But there is the angst too in the form that when June finally realizes that she is Wes’s “experiment”, she feels betrayed & hurt & brakes up with him. Shit, not only am I having to put my personal life out on the table for all to read, but I have to go against every honest bone in my body. One of my top rules in dating is honesty, but how can I be honest with June if I can’t tell her details about my job?Wes and his “redemption” was an old time classic for me! Meeting someone over a pile of dog crap doesn’t necessarily scream, “This is the start of the world’s most epic romance.” Yup . . . should’ve known.Dog doo-doo. You read that correctly. I met the love of my life over dog doo-doo. ----“Seems like you only have one option left. You have to get her back.”I shake my head. Not going to happen. “She specifically told me to crawl into my own scrotum and drown in my sperm. I’m pretty positive when a girl wants my unborn children to kill me, she’s not going to want to talk to me again.” ----Dear Modern Gentleman,I’ve recently been given the opportunity to reinvent myself. Without going into details about my past, I want to drop the nerdy persona that’s stuck with me since middle school and transform myself into the epitome of The Modern Gentleman. The problem is, I’m having a hard time staying out of the friend zone. Any guidance would be appreciated.Sincerely,Permanent FriendDear Permanent Friend,While you’re busy switching from Reeboks to your very own pair of Stuart Weitzmans, there is a general rule of thumb you need to remember when interacting with the opposite sex. Brand this motto on your soul: a gentleman on the streets, an alpha in the sheets. What does that mean? Hold the door open for your girl, but when she passes through, give that ass a gentle slap. Let it be known you are every bit the upstanding man she dreams of but you will ravish the hell out of her when you get home.Good luck, Gent,The Modern GentlemanWES ----It is. Wesley Waldorf Williams. My full name.”I can tell she doesn’t want to be rude, but I can see the scrunch in her nose as she asks, “Waldorf?”I chuckle. “The Waldorf Astoria is a special place to my parents. Enough said.”“Named after a hotel your parents most likely boned in? That must sit well with you.” ----Wes: Before you get mad at me, I want you to know, I tried incredibly hard to crawl up my own testicle and drown in my unborn children, but despite valiant efforts, it was next to impossible. Which leads me to texting you. And before you tell me to eat crap and die, I want to tell you this . . .June: What a great apology. But can I ask you something?Wes: Yes, of course, anything.June: Did you try waterboarding yourself with your own sperm?Wes: I’ll uh . . . I’ll try that next.June: Perfect. ----“I love you, too, Wesley Waldorf, so much . . . but please, for the love of God, put some pants on. Your man thighs are scaring people.”Safety: OW drama: None. It was briefly mentioned in the beginning that Wes had a 3 yr relationship with a woman in the past that left him for another man because he didn’t give her the attention she deserved. He is not obsessing about her or anything. He is also NOT a Manho. He stated that he dated women from time to time before he met June and while his friend tried to match him up with a woman in a dating app whom he met at a bar, he was attracted to her at first but things didn’t go anywhere because she was a psycho. OM drama: None. Heroine is not a virgin. She had a relationship with a man in past who cheated on her.Cheating & other intimate scenes with OP: None whatsoever.Safe sex: Yep. Condom used, though there was unfortunately only one sex scene towards close to the end, so this is mostly a PG read.Favorite characters: All of them, though accolades should be given to General Fitzbum (the one-eared dog) and to Wes’s BFF’s Camden & Roman who were a hoot. Author willing, I would very much love a story about Roman who is a tool with his toe-sucking fetish sexapades!Recommend: Yep - most definitely. This is going to be a re-read for me many, many times!Thank you author!!!!
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  • Jessica Alcazar
    January 1, 1970
    Before I begin, let’s take a moment and appreciate this book’s tagline: A gentleman on the streets.An alpha in the sheets AND let’s pay proper respect to the deliciousness that is this cover #WINNINGNow … #FunFact: I read this ARC on the heels of five 5 star back to back to back to … I legit thought this would be the book I read of Meghan’s that would at least be just okay because who has that much greatness in their reading? ME. I have that much greatness in my reading!! LOL Ho Before I begin, let’s take a moment and appreciate this book’s tagline: A gentleman on the streets.An alpha in the sheets AND let’s pay proper respect to the deliciousness that is this cover #WINNINGNow … #FunFact: I read this ARC on the heels of five 5 star back to back to back to … I legit thought this would be the book I read of Meghan’s that would at least be just okay because who has that much greatness in their reading? ME. I have that much greatness in my reading!! LOL Holy FUNballs kids!! What we have here is a role reversal of How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days but a million times funnier somehow. I smiled from beginning to end. No exaggeration. The shenanigans mixed with the chemistry was so ridiculous I wanted to join in! I WANT TO BE THEIR FRIEND #sendhelp lol The story flew by like nothing. That’s how easy it is to read. Yes, it’s not very long to begin with but it’s just hilarious and truly a laugh out loud kind of book! I don’t understand anyone that doesn’t decide to pick this book up!DOWNLOAD IT RIGHT NOW!! Or read in Kindle UnlimitedAmazon US: https://amzn.to/2zBb0j2Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/35TI3uBAmazon CA: https://amzn.to/35VvEGHAmazon AU: https://amzn.to/2yHBi32
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  • Dali
    January 1, 1970
    Author Meghan Quinn pens another hilariously fun romance. The Modern Gentleman follows Wesley Waldorft Williams as he tries to write a how-to guide on how to catch the woman of your dreams. “Think How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days, but the opposite.” While his almost misstep in dog doo-doo was the perfect meet-cute, his journey towards getting the girl is anything but smooth sailing. There was a very awkward first date that started with an unflattering reservation name (c*[email protected]) and ended… we Author Meghan Quinn pens another hilariously fun romance. The Modern Gentleman follows Wesley Waldorft Williams as he tries to write a how-to guide on how to catch the woman of your dreams. “Think How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days, but the opposite.” While his almost misstep in dog doo-doo was the perfect meet-cute, his journey towards getting the girl is anything but smooth sailing. There was a very awkward first date that started with an unflattering reservation name (c*[email protected]) and ended… well, let’s just say very ungracefully. Then there was the post boozy brunch Magic Mike performance, which again left a lasting impression on June Lacy who is slowly but surely turning this very attractive and well-polished gentleman into a head-over-heals goofball. “Food with me! ... I mean, would you like to have dinner with me?” What develops between them is deep connection that goes beyond a physical attraction or desire, it’s a surge of emotion that goes along with each moment of fun and warm fuzzy goodness. But what happens when June finds out the truth Wes had failed to reveal?As with all of Meghan Quinn’s books, THE MODERN GENTLEMAN was an absolute delight to read. Packed with heart, delicious tension and laugh out loud moments, this most recent novel strikes a charming balance between fun and emotion. “I like him as a man. Adore him as a friend. Love him as mine.” Even though I prefer bossy, over protective alpha males, I couldn’t help but fall for Wes. Even though he remade himself into a refined and sophisticated gentleman, he was thoughtful, attentive, and patient and could easily poke fun at himself. I also loved his best friends Cadem and Roman who provided even more comedic relief. I hope we get books for them in the future.The romance between Wes and June is seriously a slow burn since June is very old school. She has a rule of no kissing until the 10th date. But it was a journey I really enjoyed along with other details Quinn added like the introductions to each chapter with a letter to The Modern Gentleman. Quinn has an amazing ability to draw the reader into a story that’s impossible to put down. This is a great weekend rom-com to.The Modern Gentleman is a standalone contemporary romance by Meghan Quinn. Told mostly from the hero’s point of view, but we do get snippets from the heroine with a happy ending.Amazon -> https://amzn.to/2WKz2jq* I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author. The excerpts are from that copy. I am voluntarily reviewing this title. *
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  • Elle's Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    Release Date: May 14, 2020 Actual Rating: 4.5 stars Romantic Comedy The Modern Gentleman was an absolute surprise from Meghan Quinn, and I am so thankful that she has given us this book in these trying times because I REALLY needed the laugh. As with many of her romcoms readers can be sure that they will laugh out loud more time than they can count while still swooning for the characters who easily make their way into our hearts. June and Wes were fantastic together and watching him woo her w Release Date: May 14, 2020 Actual Rating: 4.5 stars Romantic Comedy The Modern Gentleman was an absolute surprise from Meghan Quinn, and I am so thankful that she has given us this book in these trying times because I REALLY needed the laugh. As with many of her romcoms readers can be sure that they will laugh out loud more time than they can count while still swooning for the characters who easily make their way into our hearts. June and Wes were fantastic together and watching him woo her was hilarious! These two truly couldn’t be more opposite from each other but they fit together like a pair of gloves! I loved them to pieces. Now, there is a little white lie that takes place in the book that certainly stirs up trouble, but for the sake of excitement and intrigue, it works! Meghan writes Wes as a relatable character and while his judgement on certain topics is a little iffy, it was wonderful to watch him grow. June, she’s a spitfire! Most of the book (90% of it) is in Wes’s POV, but seeing a little of Junes really added to the story. I was worried at first because writing ONLY a male POV can sometimes hurt connections with the other leads, but it worked here. I think many will agree! I also adored Wes so much and being in his head 24/7 was fabulous. If you’re looking for a lighthearted, charming, and warm romantic comedy with a lot of laugh out loud moments you won’t want to miss The Modern Gentleman. I read this book in one sitting and couldn’t get enough! I hope some of the secondary characters get their own stories… They are equally as hilarious!
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  • K. Bromberg
    January 1, 1970
    LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist on How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days.
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  • Willow Winters
    January 1, 1970
    LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist on How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days.
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  • Michele McMullen
    January 1, 1970
    Oh Meghan you have once again knocked it out of the RomCom park with The Modern Gentleman. I want to be the best of friends with this fabulously swoon worthy couple. Wesley Waldorf and June July you have captured my heart with your quirky personalities, amazing witty banter, tender kind words and unbelievable chemistry! Thank you for taking me along on your quest for a relationship !!Sit back and enjoy this refreshing twist & turn on how to lose a guy in 10 days. ~~Michele McMullen ~~ Oh Meghan you have once again knocked it out of the RomCom park with The Modern Gentleman. I want to be the best of friends with this fabulously swoon worthy couple. Wesley Waldorf and June July you have captured my heart with your quirky personalities, amazing witty banter, tender kind words and unbelievable chemistry! Thank you for taking me along on your quest for a relationship !!Sit back and enjoy this refreshing twist & turn on how to lose a guy in 10 days. ~~Michele McMullen ~~
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  • KaylaJane
    January 1, 1970
    I got to be honest here.. I don't understand why some folks said they didn't like the characters - especially the heroine. This was one heroine that I could get on board on more often if she was written like this one! - Yes, we didn't get her POV until the end and that sucked cause I would have loved to get her internal thinking too! - Yes, I wish the ending had more of an epilogue of down the road with this couple.- Yes, I wish there was more sexy times & more interactions to develop that deep I got to be honest here.. I don't understand why some folks said they didn't like the characters - especially the heroine. This was one heroine that I could get on board on more often if she was written like this one! - Yes, we didn't get her POV until the end and that sucked cause I would have loved to get her internal thinking too! - Yes, I wish the ending had more of an epilogue of down the road with this couple.- Yes, I wish there was more sexy times & more interactions to develop that deep bond we look for.BUT- It had a unique take of a "gentleman" for a Hero. One who doesn't treat women like the bottom of his shoe!- One who was not a Manwhore! - One who truly does redemption & pursuit like no other I've ever read about! - And you have got to give it to the author for the humor if nothing else! Come on folks! Who did not laugh out at scenes like the "CockDaddy69" scenes, the "crotch" or the old time classic favorite shows of Julia Roberts/Tom Cruise gimmicks? There were so many laugh-out moments that even if the romance was not deep, the dialogue in itself was fantastic! Enough that I happily enjoyed an hour or two reading something that didn't make me want to puke!Highly recommend and thank you P for sending it my way! Much appreciated girl!😘😘
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  • PP's Bookshelf
    January 1, 1970
    Kudos to Meghan Quinn for this super witty, uber funny, absolutely entertaining and hardcore romantic story! The Modern Gentleman is THE ultimate rom com. Adorable, quirky and smartass characters. Incredibly sweet and hot chemistry. Superbly written hilarious scenes those are etched in my memory forever now!Wes is The Modern Gentleman. He writes the dating advice column in the same name in one of biggest online magazine, Hype. But he was not prepared the curveball aka his boss. His boss wants hi Kudos to Meghan Quinn for this super witty, uber funny, absolutely entertaining and hardcore romantic story! The Modern Gentleman is THE ultimate rom com. Adorable, quirky and smartass characters. Incredibly sweet and hot chemistry. Superbly written hilarious scenes those are etched in my memory forever now!Wes is The Modern Gentleman. He writes the dating advice column in the same name in one of biggest online magazine, Hype. But he was not prepared the curveball aka his boss. His boss wants him to apply his dating rules in real life and score a girl and write that experience in magazine. And in his quest, he meets June Lucy over dog poop. But the problem is Lucy is not playing by his rules and he doesn't think it's an experiment anymore.Wes. Wes. Wes. Yeah I just said his name three times. Because this bearded charmer is three times everything. HE IS AMAZING. He is sweet. He is caring. He has an wicked sense of humor. He is attentive to the girl. He is charming. He is sexy as sin.He is truly "gentleman in street, alpha in sheet." But behind his cocky and rad Modern Gentleman persona, he is the nicest and most adorably awkward guy ever. And June found out about that inside man. Because she is equally adorable and different. She has many feathers in her crown. Aspiring Broadway star. Dog walker. Doll dress maker. A beautiful girl with mischief and naughtiness in heart. She has a soft heart and so she is afraid to get hurt. But Wes made her open up even if he is going to mess it up royally. The writing is beyond amazing. Meghan Quinn always manages to make me laugh till my stomach hurts and make me swoon till my heart beats madly in my chest. And she does it with minimal effort. Her imagination is incredible. She writes the most unique scenes in a completely believable way. It doesn't feel like she is writing a story. It feels like I am sitting in the character's head and experiencing everything vividly. The emotions flow smoothly and attack sharply. This story defines slow burn in a whole new way. And I just can't get enough of all the feels.The Modern Gentleman by Meghan Quinn gave me such a deliciously warm and happy vibe. This story is made up of dreamy smiles, crazy laughs, swooniest emotions, sexy passion and unforgettable characters. All the best things about romance in one place!Received ARC for honest review
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  • Sawyer Bennett
    January 1, 1970
    LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist LIVE NOW mybook.to/TheModernGentlemanLooking for a guide on how to be the perfect modern Gentleman? You know, the guy who opens the door for you, but then slaps your ass as you pass, just to let you know he's in charge? Wes Williams has the perfect guide for you, but when he's forced to put the guide to the test for his job, he realizes quite quickly that the girl he chose to make a move on is anything but "normal" when it comes to dating.Laugh out loud funny romantic comedy with a modern twist on How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days.
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  • shereads.pang
    January 1, 1970
    **I received an arc for a honest review.⁣⁣5 Stars. It was a short and sweet read, but OMG!!!! I legit bursted out laughing! I laughed throughout the whole book, and couldn't put it down. I was sucked into the world. Everything about this book was awesome! Meghan can do no wrong when it comes to romcom. Wes and June... such a cute, weird couple, especially June. But man, I love her! Wes tried so hard. Poor him. You'll understand when you read it. I love them both. Got my heart swooning. His frien **I received an arc for a honest review.⁣⁣5 Stars. It was a short and sweet read, but OMG!!!! I legit bursted out laughing! I laughed throughout the whole book, and couldn't put it down. I was sucked into the world. Everything about this book was awesome! Meghan can do no wrong when it comes to romcom. Wes and June... such a cute, weird couple, especially June. But man, I love her! Wes tried so hard. Poor him. You'll understand when you read it. I love them both. Got my heart swooning. His friends...😂😂😂 They're the best. You will need this book!⁣
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  • Aimee Crant-oksa
    January 1, 1970
    This was a really fun rom com told in Meghan Quinn’s style you have come to expect. The Modern Gentleman is filled with moments that will make you laugh and smile. It’s witty fun banter is filled with moments of feel good happiness.The Modern Gentleman takes you through the dating life and relationship told from the male perspective. Wes is a writer set out to change up his column and find a relationship. June isn’t your average woman. She keeps him on his toes every step of the way. Meghan take This was a really fun rom com told in Meghan Quinn’s style you have come to expect. The Modern Gentleman is filled with moments that will make you laugh and smile. It’s witty fun banter is filled with moments of feel good happiness.The Modern Gentleman takes you through the dating life and relationship told from the male perspective. Wes is a writer set out to change up his column and find a relationship. June isn’t your average woman. She keeps him on his toes every step of the way. Meghan takes the reader on their journey filled with emotion, friendship, love and mishaps. It’s the perfect rom com!It’s a light fun read, perfect to forget every day life and just feel good!
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  • Auntee
    January 1, 1970
    Love the cover.Cute, very light read, with Some funny moments. Not my very favorite MQ read...but everything I've read from MQ is usually 5 stars. This one just didn't quite get there for me.
  • Gitte TotallyBookedBlog
    January 1, 1970
    ‘Well, surprise, I wasn’t always the pristine, well-mannered, fuck-sation you see today. I was one of them: a beer-guzzling, video-game-playing, disinterested asshole who took my relationship for granted.’The Modern Gentleman by Meghan Quinn was such a light-hearted and entertaining read! We were chuckling away at Wes’ antics and swooning over his wooing. Honestly, we fell in love with Wes from the get go, a man with the best of intentions yet pulling these stunts that were straight out of a com ‘Well, surprise, I wasn’t always the pristine, well-mannered, fuck-sation you see today. I was one of them: a beer-guzzling, video-game-playing, disinterested asshole who took my relationship for granted.’The Modern Gentleman by Meghan Quinn was such a light-hearted and entertaining read! We were chuckling away at Wes’ antics and swooning over his wooing. Honestly, we fell in love with Wes from the get go, a man with the best of intentions yet pulling these stunts that were straight out of a comedy sketch. Meghan Quinn has such a fabulous sense of humour which just tickles us and this time it was combined with a sweet slow burn romance, so what’s not to love?Cockdaddy69: Hi“Hi? That’s all you’re going to say? That’s entirely too lame. Someone with the username Cockdaddy69 would not just say hi.”Wes was such a funny character, he made us laugh and cringe in equal measure. Meghan Quinn writes these brilliant male characters that are so cheeky, sweet and funny whilst retaining everything that makes them so delish and passionate. It’s quite the feat, and we love that this insecurity and vulnerability can be what is so attractive and appealing. Wes writes a super popular advice column under the name of The Modern Gentleman. The emails he receives are hilarious and his responses classic! He’s the slob turned suave lady-killer and gives advice on how to woo that special lady. When his boss asks for a real life experiment which imparts valuable advice to his readership, Wes embark on a wooing journey that turns into a real case of ‘love at first dog poop’. Along with some advice from his hilarious two best mates, Roman and Caden, he attempts to charm the knickers off the elusive and slightly eccentric, June Lacy. ‘Dear Modern Gentleman,I made a move. My girl was giving me all the right signals, so after dinner, standing outside her apartment, I kissed her. The only problem…she was going in for a hug so I ended up kissing her ear…with a little bit of tongue. I wet-willied her with my tongue. I didn’t know what to say, so I bolted. It’s been two days and I haven’t talked to her. I really like her but I don’t know how to move on from something so embarrassing. Any advice?The Wet Willy Man This romantic comedy was the perfect lazy afternoon read. It reminded us a bit of a reversed version of How to Lose a Guy in 10 days, with the vast majority of the story in Wes’ pov. There were a few cheeky chapters in June’s voice which were strategically placed. To be fair, we found it a tad challenging to connect with her as we only saw her from an outside perspective and there wasn’t enough about her to really emotionally connect to. So those titbits sure did help! As far as romantic comedies go, we really enjoyed it, laughing out loud at the antics of the woeful threesome; Wes, Caden and Roman – their banter was class! The romance was super sweet and we felt everything Wes was feeling, the good, the bad and the sometimes downright hilarious cringe fest!‘This girl was made to make me smile. She was brought into my life to challenge me.’Available to purchase belowAmazon USAmazon UKCome and say hi, at:✲ TotallyBookedBlog✲ TBB on Facebook✲ TBB on Instagram✲ TBB on Twitter✲ TBB on Pinterest
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  • Monique
    January 1, 1970
    It is not a spoiler to say as it’s in the blurb and the prologue that Wes should have known better being The Modern Gentleman, but he stuffed up. And he stuffed up big time! He withheld information that he should have told June from the beginning and it came back to bite him harder on the butt than the General ever could. And that’s how this story starts. What it then turns into is a brilliant back tale of how Wes has a funny meet cute with June in Central Park and their slow and amazing courtsh It is not a spoiler to say as it’s in the blurb and the prologue that Wes should have known better being The Modern Gentleman, but he stuffed up. And he stuffed up big time! He withheld information that he should have told June from the beginning and it came back to bite him harder on the butt than the General ever could. And that’s how this story starts. What it then turns into is a brilliant back tale of how Wes has a funny meet cute with June in Central Park and their slow and amazing courtship. June likes to be in the present, she hates people always looking at their phones, hence she doesn’t own one. She’s been hurt badly before and wants to take things very slow with Wes, and that is fine by him. He is out of his element but is enjoying every minute he gets to spend with her. They go on dates, and some of them are hilarious! This is pure Quinn excellence with her marvelous humor. What I loved about Wes was even though he was a gent and refined, he could poke fun at himself too. He knew how to have a good time and he went out of his way to find things that June would love to do. He was loyal, patient and dedicated. It was adoring to watch their relationship bloom. June was one special lady. She was old school but light hearted and a hoot to be around. The story is told mainly in Wes’s pov, as he’s a hog at times, but June gives us some home truths too. She come to a realization about Wes that I thought was so endearing.. “I like him as a man. Adore him as a friend. Love him as mine.” 🥰 Melted my heart! ❤️ But Wes has some making up to do and he needs to get out of his comfort zone and deliver the grand gesture of grand gestures. And yes, I did go off and listen to the Jonas Brothers to set the mood. I hope you will too.
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  • Wendy'sThoughts
    January 1, 1970
    4 Taking Your Own Advice Stars* * * * Spoiler Free- A Quick ReviewThis continued my enjoyment of the work by Meghan Quinn. She has been producing books that touch you as well as entertain. The Modern Gentleman took the idea of someone guiding all these men who still were acting as Frat Boys past their sell-by date and man up and start behaving with women in a way that respects them. Our guy writes a column called the Modern Gentleman and it is part of a very successful online site. The owner, he 4 Taking Your Own Advice Stars* * * * Spoiler Free- A Quick ReviewThis continued my enjoyment of the work by Meghan Quinn. She has been producing books that touch you as well as entertain. The Modern Gentleman took the idea of someone guiding all these men who still were acting as Frat Boys past their sell-by date and man up and start behaving with women in a way that respects them. Our guy writes a column called the Modern Gentleman and it is part of a very successful online site. The owner, head guy of the site has this habit of assigning ridiculous assignments to the different guys who write for them. Personal stuff...Stuff no one wants to do...And when our guy is informed he needs to do one of these assignments that will follow him dating a woman using all of the advice he has been guiding his following...He has no choice. Our gal who crosses his path is PERFECT. She doesn't fall for how handsome he is or how charming. She becomes the one woman who interests our fella and that becomes the focus of this tale. It was a fun time, we knew what was going to happen and what the hiccup would be, but it didn't matter because Quinn kept us wanting all of it. For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways
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  • Kate R
    January 1, 1970
    Wow! Meghan Quinn really outdid herself with this one! I honestly cannot remember the last time I laughed this hard, like laughing to the point of coughing and gasping for air! This was comedy gold! Wes is the Modern Gentleman, a columnist for a social media company. He writes a love and dating advice column for men. He gets an assignment from his boss to use his own techniques to date a woman. It’s very much How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, but the opposite. He meets June in the weirdest way, and Wow! Meghan Quinn really outdid herself with this one! I honestly cannot remember the last time I laughed this hard, like laughing to the point of coughing and gasping for air! This was comedy gold! Wes is the Modern Gentleman, a columnist for a social media company. He writes a love and dating advice column for men. He gets an assignment from his boss to use his own techniques to date a woman. It’s very much How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, but the opposite. He meets June in the weirdest way, and quickly realizes that his usual techniques are not working on her. June is quirky, and has an old school way of thinking. This is the very epitome of slow burn. Their dates go incredibly wrong but were so darn hilarious to read! He is more himself around her than anyone else. But, the best part of this book was the friendship Wes has with his buddies. Roman, Caden and Wes’s relationship was so ridiculous, but absolutely perfect! I really hope we get a book on these guys. The Modern Gentleman was so funny and exactly what I needed right now. This is definitely a book I will be rereading. If you are looking for an absolutely hilarious romantic comedy, look no further, this is the book for you! *I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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  • Erin Lewis
    January 1, 1970
    5 star review of The Modern Gentleman by Meghan QuinnThis is Wesley Waldorf Williams and June July Lacy’s story and I was hooked from the first to the last chapter and couldn’t put it down. The characters were easy to relate too and I really liked them. The Modern Gentleman, a reversal on How to Lose a Guy In Ten Days was an altogether fun story. The chemistry between Wes and June was steamy and their banter had me laughing out loud on numerous occasions. Although not as long as most of her book 5 star review of The Modern Gentleman by Meghan QuinnThis is Wesley Waldorf Williams and June July Lacy’s story and I was hooked from the first to the last chapter and couldn’t put it down. The characters were easy to relate too and I really liked them. The Modern Gentleman, a reversal on How to Lose a Guy In Ten Days was an altogether fun story. The chemistry between Wes and June was steamy and their banter had me laughing out loud on numerous occasions. Although not as long as most of her books, Meghan Quinn packed so much in to this entertaining and quirky story. I loved Wes, he was swoon worthy and as he bumbled through some funny moments, you could not help but be drawn to him. June, is awesome, I loved how she called a spade a spade and wasn’t afraid to put herself out there, she is someone I could easily call a friend. In fact I would love to be friends with both Wes and June, their personalities are magnetic and I expect we would have a grand old time. There were times that I laughed, times I swooned but through it all I was cheering that Wes and June would get the happily ever after that they both deserved.
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  • Steph's Romance Book Talk
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 Stars / 3 Steam Fans I must say that I almost gave this book a lower rating.But then there was a switch in the story, and I FELL IN LOVE!!! Wes is this Modern Gentleman persona for a magazine who gets an assignment to use the tactics and advice that he gives in his own life. A fun twist on the known rom-com How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. June is an interesting character that I wanted more from but understood the dynamic by the end. There are so many funny moments, sexy antics, and heart touch 4.5 Stars / 3 Steam Fans I must say that I almost gave this book a lower rating.But then there was a switch in the story, and I FELL IN LOVE!!! Wes is this Modern Gentleman persona for a magazine who gets an assignment to use the tactics and advice that he gives in his own life. A fun twist on the known rom-com How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. June is an interesting character that I wanted more from but understood the dynamic by the end. There are so many funny moments, sexy antics, and heart touching feelings. Modern Gentleman will take you on a ride and make you laugh, cry, and fan yourself. Video review available in Week 20: May 10 – 16 weekly book reviews. For other video book reviews, check out my YouTube Channel: Steph's Romance Book Talk.
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  • Jenifer Briggs
    January 1, 1970
    Meghan Quinn is one of my unicorn authors where I just know I'm going to love everything she writes. She's so hilarious, and creates down to earth characters that you wish were real so you could befriend them. I love the emotional vulnerability she brings out in her male characters, which in romance novels AND real life we don't see much of, and that is such a breath of fresh air.This book kind of has a "How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days" feel to it, but it's still very much it's own novel. Wes is su Meghan Quinn is one of my unicorn authors where I just know I'm going to love everything she writes. She's so hilarious, and creates down to earth characters that you wish were real so you could befriend them. I love the emotional vulnerability she brings out in her male characters, which in romance novels AND real life we don't see much of, and that is such a breath of fresh air.This book kind of has a "How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days" feel to it, but it's still very much it's own novel. Wes is such a stand-up guy, even if he did act like an idiot. (Which lets face it, most guys are.) I couldn't help but root for him and his lady love!!! I so hope we see more of his friends too! :)This book is so unlike anything she's ever written before and yet SO her. You'll understand once you read this book, but you will love it so much!!**I received an ARC of this book and these are my honest opinions!**
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  • mlovestoread
    January 1, 1970
    The Modern Gentleman was funny,entertaining and so sweet. I loved it!I loved June and Wes. I loved how they met,their personalities,chemistry between them and I really loved how cute together they are.There were so many hilarious moments in this book. Some of them had me laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes,and even those that I found to be a little bit cheesy and unrealistic didn’t bother me at all. Reading this book made my day.I loved how it was told from Wes’s POV. Usually we get both, or The Modern Gentleman was funny,entertaining and so sweet. I loved it!I loved June and Wes. I loved how they met,their personalities,chemistry between them and I really loved how cute together they are.There were so many hilarious moments in this book. Some of them had me laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes,and even those that I found to be a little bit cheesy and unrealistic didn’t bother me at all. Reading this book made my day.I loved how it was told from Wes’s POV. Usually we get both, or only heroines POV. It was different and refreshing. I’m not going to talk about what’s happening in this book.You just need to download it,sit and enjoy it. 4,5⭐️
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  • Melissa ~ Book Boyfriend and Husband Makes Three
    January 1, 1970
    The Modern Gentleman was full of various levels of swoon from the very first page. From the biggest of swoons that make your ovaries weep to the little tiny swoons that make you smile.Wes and June were a slow burn like I have never read before. They had a fun, witty banter going from the first sentence the spoke to each other and that only built to more throughout the book. They both had some quirky traits that I loved.The Modern Gentleman was a swoonfest and I will be comparing future book boyf The Modern Gentleman was full of various levels of swoon from the very first page. From the biggest of swoons that make your ovaries weep to the little tiny swoons that make you smile.Wes and June were a slow burn like I have never read before. They had a fun, witty banter going from the first sentence the spoke to each other and that only built to more throughout the book. They both had some quirky traits that I loved.The Modern Gentleman was a swoonfest and I will be comparing future book boyfriends to Wes's level for many books to come.
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  • Jenny - TotallybookedBlog
    January 1, 1970
    ‘Well, surprise, I wasn’t always the pristine, well-mannered, fuck-sation you see today. I was one of them: a beer-guzzling, video-game-playing, disinterested asshole who took my relationship for granted.’The Modern Gentleman by Meghan Quinn was such a light-hearted and entertaining read! We were chuckling away at Wes’ antics and swooning over his wooing. Honestly, we fell in love with Wes from the get go, a man with the best of intentions yet pulling these stunts that were straight out of a com ‘Well, surprise, I wasn’t always the pristine, well-mannered, fuck-sation you see today. I was one of them: a beer-guzzling, video-game-playing, disinterested asshole who took my relationship for granted.’The Modern Gentleman by Meghan Quinn was such a light-hearted and entertaining read! We were chuckling away at Wes’ antics and swooning over his wooing. Honestly, we fell in love with Wes from the get go, a man with the best of intentions yet pulling these stunts that were straight out of a comedy sketch. Meghan Quinn has such a fabulous sense of humour which just tickles us and this time it was combined with a sweet slow burn romance, so what’s not to love?Cockdaddy69: Hi“Hi? That’s all you’re going to say? That’s entirely too lame. Someone with the username Cockdaddy69 would not just say hi.”Wes was such a funny character, he made us laugh and cringe in equal measure. Meghan Quinn writes these brilliant male characters that are so cheeky, sweet and funny whilst retaining everything that makes them so delish and passionate. It’s quite the feat, and we love that this insecurity and vulnerability can be what is so attractive and appealing. Wes writes a super popular advice column under the name of The Modern Gentleman. The emails he receives are hilarious and his responses classic! He’s the slob turned suave lady-killer and gives advice on how to woo that special lady. When his boss asks for a real life experiment which imparts valuable advice to his readership, Wes embark on a wooing journey that turns into a real case of ‘love at first dog poop’. Along with some advice from his hilarious two best mates, Roman and Caden, he attempts to charm the knickers off the elusive and slightly eccentric, June Lacy. ‘Dear Modern Gentleman,I made a move. My girl was giving me all the right signals, so after dinner, standing outside her apartment, I kissed her. The only problem…she was going in for a hug so I ended up kissing her ear…with a little bit of tongue. I wet-willied her with my tongue. I didn’t know what to say, so I bolted. It’s been two days and I haven’t talked to her. I really like her but I don’t know how to move on from something so embarrassing. Any advice?The Wet Willy Man This romantic comedy was the perfect lazy afternoon read. It reminded us a bit of a reversed version of How to Lose a Guy in 10 days, with the vast majority of the story in Wes’ pov. There were a few cheeky chapters in June’s voice which were strategically placed. To be fair, we found it a tad challenging to connect with her as we only saw her from an outside perspective and there wasn’t enough about her to really emotionally connect to. So those titbits sure did help! As far as romantic comedies go, we really enjoyed it, laughing out loud at the antics of the woeful threesome; Wes, Caden and Roman – their banter was class! The romance was super sweet and we felt everything Wes was feeling, the good, the bad and the sometimes downright hilarious cringe fest!‘This girl was made to make me smile. She was brought into my life to challenge me.’Available to purchase belowAmazon USAmazon UKCome and say hi, at:✲ TotallyBookedBlog✲ TBB on Facebook✲ TBB on Instagram✲ TBB on Twitter✲ TBB on Pinterest
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    Meghan Quinn really puts her unique stamp in this hilarious spin to the modern dating world. The Modern Gentleman takes you through the life of dating and relationships told mainly from the male POV which provides such a unique perspective to the storytelling and character development in this story. June and Wes were fantastic together and watching him try to woo her was comedic genius! These two were true opposites but somehow fit together perfectly and I loved them to absolute bits.Wes and Jun Meghan Quinn really puts her unique stamp in this hilarious spin to the modern dating world. The Modern Gentleman takes you through the life of dating and relationships told mainly from the male POV which provides such a unique perspective to the storytelling and character development in this story. June and Wes were fantastic together and watching him try to woo her was comedic genius! These two were true opposites but somehow fit together perfectly and I loved them to absolute bits.Wes and June were a slow burn unlike nothing I have ever read before. They had a fun, witty banter going on from the very first moment they met that only built to more throughout the book. They both had some quirky personality traits that I absolutely adored, and the crazy yet beautiful chemistry between them was deliciously sexy.I really, really would have loved more from June’s POV and an ending that wasn’t slightly rushed, but honestly, it was truly a delightful joy to read, that gave me happy feels from start to finish. The Modern Gentleman is lighthearted and charming, a warm romantic comedy swoon fest with laugh out loud moments in abundance and unforgettable characters. Pure romcom gold from Meghan Quinn!
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  • Skye Yanovsky
    January 1, 1970
    The Modern Gentleman is a light and hilarious romantic comedy. I don’t even want to give much of the plot away beyond the blurb because it would ruin it. Just know it’s in the vein of How To Lose A Guy In 10 days, What Happens In Vegas and No Strings Attached but with a lot of twists & a new take on who does the wooing. It’s just rom-com at its best. Watching Wes try to win June’s heart, while maintaining his gentlemanly ways as best he could, was just perfection. ⁣⁣This is one of those books th The Modern Gentleman is a light and hilarious romantic comedy. I don’t even want to give much of the plot away beyond the blurb because it would ruin it. Just know it’s in the vein of How To Lose A Guy In 10 days, What Happens In Vegas and No Strings Attached but with a lot of twists & a new take on who does the wooing. It’s just rom-com at its best. Watching Wes try to win June’s heart, while maintaining his gentlemanly ways as best he could, was just perfection. ⁣⁣This is one of those books that you just shake your head as you read and wipe your tears of laughter away. It’s the perfect book to read at this time...so witty, a bit of the ridiculous, incredibly awkward at points and a very easy love story with really no drama. It’s not incredibly deep but I think Megan did that with purpose to give our hearts and brains a break right now from drama and angst of everyday life. She wanted to simply make us smile and be happy. She did exactly that for me. ⁣⁣I received an ARC in exchange for my honest opinion. ⁣⁣
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  • Amy [Book Addict Reviews]
    January 1, 1970
    The Modern Gentleman was hilarious, the laugh out loud kind of funny, the laugh until you’re crying funny. I was completely hooked on this book from the start!Wes is The Modern Gentleman, he provides other men advice. Though, his boss wants him to make it personal. June is quirky. She walks a dog, she acts in off Broadway plays, she doesn’t have a cell phone. She also isn’t one to quickly fall for Wes’s modern gentleman charm. Will he be able to win her over? Will she finally give into his charm The Modern Gentleman was hilarious, the laugh out loud kind of funny, the laugh until you’re crying funny. I was completely hooked on this book from the start!Wes is The Modern Gentleman, he provides other men advice. Though, his boss wants him to make it personal. June is quirky. She walks a dog, she acts in off Broadway plays, she doesn’t have a cell phone. She also isn’t one to quickly fall for Wes’s modern gentleman charm. Will he be able to win her over? Will she finally give into his charm?I LOVED this story. Their meet cute was funny, not something you’d find in another book. The banter back and forth between Wes and June was fantastic. Their chemistry was great and just got better as the story continued. Their dates were fun and hilarious. I just couldn’t get enough of these two. Plus, poor Wes! That man had to suffer a lot (and I mean A LOT) for just a phone number. The Modern Gentleman is a super fun, sweet, laugh out loud funny rom com. If you’re looking for a book to escape into for just a few hours this one is a MUST READ, because this one is pure gold.
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  • Anne's Corner Book Blog (AC)
    January 1, 1970
    Okay The Modern Gentleman is HILARIOUS you guys! I have never laughed so hard. Totally adore Wes – alpha hero, gorgeous, confident but also so sweet. He jumped all the hoops for the woman he loves and that include facing the biggest fear, singing in front of crowd… Gah, super swoony! June is so quirky and sassy. She has a carefree personality, honest, kind. She speaks her mind and isn’t afraid to compliments or busting b*lls as she sees fit. She really is a breath of fresh air. She brings out th Okay The Modern Gentleman is HILARIOUS you guys! I have never laughed so hard. Totally adore Wes – alpha hero, gorgeous, confident but also so sweet. He jumped all the hoops for the woman he loves and that include facing the biggest fear, singing in front of crowd… Gah, super swoony! June is so quirky and sassy. She has a carefree personality, honest, kind. She speaks her mind and isn’t afraid to compliments or busting b*lls as she sees fit. She really is a breath of fresh air. She brings out the best in Wes, helped him loosen up, slow down, and enjoy life. I love how they met –June rescued Wes dodging dog poop in central park LOL seriously? I love all the massive train wreck dates – so funny and that’s so them! I also enjoy the secondary characters mainly the bromance between Wes and his two best-friends. Over all this was quick, adorable, light-hearted, lovely romantic comedy.
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