The Brook Street Collection: Brook Street: Thief\Brook Street: Fortune Hunter\Brook Street: Rogues

The Brook Street Collection Brook Street Thief Brook Street Fortune Hunter Brook Street Rogues Regency London where polite manners and spotless reputations reign supreme Yet behind the closed doors of three elegant town houses along Brook Street passion and lust rule as gentlemen dare to risk

  • Title: The Brook Street Collection: Brook Street: Thief\Brook Street: Fortune Hunter\Brook Street: Rogues
  • Author: Ava March
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  • Page: 387
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Regency London where polite manners and spotless reputations reign supreme Yet behind the closed doors of three elegant town houses along Brook Street, passion and lust rule as gentlemen dare to risk scandal by falling in loveIn Thief, a lord intent on his first decadent night with a man finds love when he picks up a thief in a gambling hall In Fortune Hunter, a man detRegency London where polite manners and spotless reputations reign supreme Yet behind the closed doors of three elegant town houses along Brook Street, passion and lust rule as gentlemen dare to risk scandal by falling in love In Thief, a lord intent on his first decadent night with a man finds love when he picks up a thief in a gambling hall In Fortune Hunter, a man determined to marry an heiress instead falls in love with a wealthy young gentleman And in Rogues, two of London s most notorious rakes find out if their friendship can turn into something so much Stories also available for purchase separately.

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  • Ava March

    Ava March is a bestselling author of sexy, emotionally intense M M historical erotic romances She loves writing in the Regency time period, where proper decorum is of the utmost importance, but where anything can happen behind closed doors With over fifteen works to her credit, her books have been finalists in the Rainbow Awards and More Than Magic contest, and deemed must haves for Historical M M romance by RT Book Reviews readers Visit her website at AvaMarch to find out about her books or to sign up for her newsletter.Blog avamarch Facebook facebook avamarchbooks Twitter twitter ava_march Pinterest pinterest avamarch

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  • I started leaving individual reviews for this series before I realized the box set was actually cheaper Thanks again to Andrea for recommending this author to me! I'm so glad I took a chance on a new author!Overall, this was a nice collection of short stories. Thief is the story of a man determined to once and for all find out whether or not he prefers men. Fortune Hunter is about a man determined to marry an heiress to become financially independent, sidetracked by his feelings for a new friend [...]


  • **** Ava March does a wonderful job with historical tales. **** The vivid descriptions of England, the terrific characters, and the interesting story keep us captivated. LOVED the first one, "THIEF" !Cavin, 21, doing what he needs to do to survive, works the streets, a thief, a burglar, a whore, but that is about to change when he meets Benjamin. Benjamin, 25, rich, sweet and caring, has always been under family pressure to marry, but he's not interested in women. He wants to know what it would [...]


  • 4.0 StarsAM/M Romance Group Team Spin Spellapalooza Challenge read. (Go Team 6 - Living In Spin!!!)


  • Loved all three stories, loved all the match ups. Ben & Cavin was the most intense, Oscar & Julian the most brave, and Rob & Linus the most enlightening.I wished we could have seen more of the other match ups the diffferent stories, but I could see why we didn't.Maybe a fourth to just round things off?Great historical m|m smex.


  • When I started with the first part of the series "Thief" I was quite pleased. The story of the wealthy Lord Benjamin and the thief Cavin and how they overcome all obstacles to get their HEA was heartwarming and an enjoyable read. Definitely 4 stars for that one!The second book starts somewhat slower and I have to admit that I put it away several times, especially because one of the main characters Julian who comes to London to find a rich heiress to marry is not very likable. Working never seems [...]


  • Thief - 4 starsThis is definitely my favourite in this series. A keeper that I will read again and again.Fortune Hunter - 4 starsI really enjoyed the characters in this one. They were not perfect, but their flaws and insecurities made them realistic and easy to identify with.Rogues - 3 starsAlthough not quite as good as the other two, it is still a wonderful ending to a great series.



  • Awesome collection of novellas. Thief was easily my favourite. Ben and Cavin are just beautiful and wonderful together.I will definitely read more of this genre in the future.



  • Three great book about a group of friends who all find their happy ever after. Each of these guys are looking for someone to spend their life with. Each have fears and obstacles to overcome before they can be happy.


  • This is the combined collection of the Brook Street tales, historical romances set in London in 1822.Each is quite short - 112 pages.ThiefWith historicals, it's nice if the author gets the research right. Ava March gets the tone of the period and the feel of society quite well.The heroes of this first story are great - Lord Benjamin Parker and the East End thief, Cavan, whom he meets at a 'hell' (gambling house) for gentlemen of a certain persuasion.I loved Cavan and Ben's first time, and all th [...]


  • I enjoyed two of these stories but not the third. All took place in 1822 London among wealthy residents of Brook Street. The first two stories were similar in that they involved cousins, and both paired a wealthy man with one of humbler origins.In Thief, Cavin meets Lord Benjamin, and it's lust at first sight for both. Cavin leaves the clutches of his criminal boss, but does not think he is worthy of Ben. It all works out at the end. In Fortune Hunter, obscenely wealthy Oscar is lonely, and is t [...]


  • I had read one other novella by Ms. March, "Convincing Arthur," so I expected to like this collection and actually, I loved it. These three novellas are somewhat linked, with the main characters moving in the same social circle. (Extremely mild spoilers follow)*******"Thief" is a beautiful story about a man who grew up on the streets, and who doesn't have the heart to rob a rich lord after the other man loses his virginity to him. "Fortune Hunter," a romance between a man who's seeking a rich wi [...]


  • Of the three stories in this collection, I think that Thief is my favorite. I love the themes of redemption and unconditional love. Ben and Cavin are fantastic together and really complement one another. Also, that Ben is happy to help both Cavin and his young friend Sam earn an honest living and is so accepting of them both, trusting that the past is the past.With Fortune Hunter, I felt that it was a good thing that the happy ending took some time because both Julian and Oscar had some growing [...]


  • I do enjoy Ava March's writing and this series was no exception (though I do prefer the Bound series!). Three books (four with the pre-novella, My True Love Gave to Me) giving us the tales of 6 friends.ThiefMy favourite of the three tales, Ben is very nervous, as times would dictate, about connecting with another man. Cavin, a rough diamond, is kind to him but really just wants out of the slums and to find better for his brother.Fortune hunterOscar and Julian - trying to find happiness, though n [...]


  • Beautiful stories!All three books were great and I can't decide which one was my favorite:The first one of Benjamin and Cavin was fantastic because of Cavin's struggle to find the right path among all the bad forces in his life and he did out of love for Ben.The second one with Oliver and Julian was adorable but I would have liked it to be more emotional towards the end. This book clearly needed to be longer and explain Oliver's side of things better.The last one with Linus and Robert, was too s [...]


  • Absolutely, totally, completely loved all 3 storiesI was fortunate enough to find these stories when they were in one purchase. I read the blurbs and the reviews, and set forth with hope to find them to be as satisfying as suggested. Well I LOVED all three stories. I loved that each story encompassed the same group of characters I was able to enjoy getting to know, I love the writing style, and I found each story to be interesting and fun to read. I particularly enjoyed the Rogues, a story about [...]


  • The Brook Street Collection: 7.5/10 (very good)This is a good series, with a good variety in the relationships.Thief: 3+This story is what I would consider a typical M/M plot.Fortune Hunter: 3+This story is more reminiscent of a typical (M/F) romance plot. Oscar is such a sweetheart.Rogues: 4I rated this story higher because, although it is shorter, it dealt with a couple of interesting relationship questions.


  • This is a terrific 3 story collection of short stories about a group of friends. Based in 1822 it just goes to show that in the m/m relationships they had it was a little harder to explain. They were all suppose to get married. But this is really about relationships and how it takes hard work, honesty and lots of love. These stories also had plenty of insta-wet moments. This was a nice change of pace. I really enjoyed every one of the stories. Ava March never let's us down!!


  • First time I have never read a book about men and their partners it's really exciting it's no waiting around they just get to it and enjoy it,but I want to read more of today because I know there is more core play now


  • Catching up on my reviews.Solid omnibus of three novellas set in the same "universe" - the same street in historical London. I really liked the first two stories, the third was okay. I will review each novella separately under their own titles.





  • I did make it to 56 percent, read Thief and half of Fortune Hunter. Nothing really wrong with them, they're just kind of mundane, predictable Regency stories. I'll stick to KJ Charles.


  • This was a fun series. I'm glad they bundled all 3 together. Very sexy characters, intriguing and entertaining stories. Just a great read.


  • I loved this series and the way these guys found love despite the odds. The walk down Bond Street was a pleasurable one for me. I enjoyed it thoroughly.


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