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Description A gentleman scribes penny dreadful novels by night and falls in love with a woman who is a music teacher by day—and a thief at night.

But Hollis has a secret: the deep coffers that have kept his family afloat for generations are bare, so he supports himself by writing penny dreadfuls under a pseudonym.

If not for the income from his novels, he would be broke. Ana Newport also has a secret. Ana needs the income and is eager for the opportunity to get to know the enigmatic gentleman.

What neither of them expects is how difficult it will be to keep their respective secrets from each other. When a spree of robberies rocks the city, Ana and Hollis join forces to solve the crimes, discovering that working together deepens the affection between them.

After all, who better to save the day than a gentleman and a thief? A gentleman scribes penny dreadful novels by night and falls in love with a woman who is a music teacher by day—and a thief at night.

Read More Read More. Additional Information. Average rating from 93 members. See all member reviews. Featured Reviews Andy W, Reviewer. I loved The Lady and the Highwayman and have been looking forward to reading the next book by the same author.

It didn't disappoint! Tons of heart, humor, and an interesting perspective on the s from characters you don't always see in romances.

Was this review helpful? Ashley D, Reviewer. Now this is a charming and romantic story! A thief and a gentleman, what more could a girl ask for?

Our two protagonists are Ana and Hollis, and the story is told from their alternating views along with the penny dreadfuls that Hollis writes.

You are essentially getting three stories in one! Ana is a music teacher who doubles as a thief, reclaiming items that were stolen from her family when they fell from fortune.

Hollis is a spy for the Penny Dreadful society trying to find who the thief who has been stealing items is. I found this to be a charming and easy read.

Romantic and sweet while also adding elements of gothic stories and adventures. I really liked the development in the relationship between the two protagonists and the reasoning behind their motivations.

The story was fun and I would recommend this for anyone who enjoys a good romantic novel. Alys M, Reviewer. Eden book with sky-high expectations, and boy, did this book deliver!

Full of chemistry, twists and turns, and scenes and arcs you'd never find in other historical romances right now, this book is bold, passionate, and hits all the right notes.

Five stars! Highly recommended! Jenny S, Reviewer. This is a fun and entertaining adventure to jump into. The characters are well written and the previously established setting for the Penny Dreadful Society proves a great backdrop.

I liked the characters of Hollis and Ana and found them to be really cute together on their adventure. I found that I often just wanted to get back to the main story so having two others was sometimes frustrating.

One story within a story seems to be a batter balance for this kind of book. Lindsey J, Reviewer. Saran M. Eden has done it again!!

I love that I get 3 intriguing stories in 1 with this series. It leaves me wanting to read the book so fast so that I know how each story ends and wanting to read slowly so that they never end!

So good!!! Melissa L, Reviewer. I loved the first book in this series and had seriously high hopes for this one.

Sarah does a well crafted story and always writes a good series. In the first book you have the start of the Penny Dreadful society introduced.

Hollis is a member and writes stories, but is a member of the Ton of London. Ana used to be a member of the Ton until her family was cheated out of everything.

These two meet in the first story and this is their adventure. It was a fun read, like the first book this includes Hollis writing a story that you get every couple of chapters.

It also includes a story by King. So you really have 3 stories going on. In the first book their was only the 2 and the 2 stories were well woven together.

Sadly I didn't like that there were 3 stories, it was too much. The stories had to do with each other but only slightly went along with the original story line.

It was all just a little too much. Overall I enjoyed it so much and really am looking forward to this whole series.

This is a mystery with no religion. It is a proper romance with a couple sweet kisses. So charming I almost didn't know what to do with myself. I love indulging in period dramas and lovers who spar and solve crimes.

Almost like the regency's response to Nick and Nora. A ton of fun. Thank you for the ARC! Madalyn A, Bookseller. A lovely return to the Dread Penny Society.

A sweet romance centered around a fun group of do-gooders. Katie R, Reviewer. This is the second book in the series and I would recommend you read the first.

While the main characters in this story are different than those in the first there characters and plots that weave through both.

This story has a bit of mystery, two enjoyable short stories interspersed throughout, and a brief introduction to card playing in the Victorian era.

I found myself watching YouTube videos to learn more about the games played in the book. Sarah does a great job researching her stories and this was no different.

If you are looking for an entertaining story with romance and a touch of intrigue this would be a good book for you.

Rachel R, Educator. I love that the heroes in these books aren't reformed rakes or scoundrels - it's nice to be reminded that there are just nice guys out there.

The relationship between Ana and Hollis is sweet and both characters are given personalities beyond just the run-of-the-mill romance characters.

Having them work through their problems rather than fight and "break up" just to have a big reunion at the end was also refreshing.

I enjoyed watching Hollis prove himself to the rest of the DPS, especially since he kept his sense of humor through all of it. The best parts of the story come when Ana and Hollis team up after her secret is known to him.

They prove to be perfectly matched. I often found myself as excited to read the next installment of one of the penny dreadfuls as I was to see what was going to happen next in the main story.

I will be waiting excitedly for the third installment in this fun and clever series! Thank you so much for the advance reader copy of this novel.

This was a delightful Victorian romance. I had read the first book but this could easily be a stand alone.

I can't wait for the next book. Ana and Hollis were dliggtf as a couple and their interaction in the novel was tender. I loved he character of Very Merry and hope to see her again..

I also hope to find out who the deed master is and if Serena is found. Eden is such a talented author and appreciate this advanced reader copy.

Fully recommend this book!!!! Sage K, Reviewer. It was fast, entertaining, simple, and I didn't hate the characters.

The rating is based on my personal enjoyment. Hollis gambled his way through school and has been made all the better for it.

He comes from a rich yet poor family due to his father and grandfathers before gambling away their money and his brother is trying to bring them back to a respectable financial standing.

Hollis stays out of trouble and keeps appearances up for his brother's sake, but has two secret lives: one bing a writer, and one being a part of a secret organization that tries to help people and make London a better place.

He is also infatuated with a teacher named Ana. Ana is a music teacher and also secret thief. She was once a lady of high social standing, but times grew rough and she now fears society after their harsh reactions and behaviour towards her family.

Hollis helps her regain some confidence in that aspect. This was an entertaining read about catching thieves and attempting to stop a gambling ring while also trying to save a family member and children.

The act of finding out more details and gaining proof was well written and never left me bored. There was always something to keep my interest.

The romance was not as focused on as I thought it would be, but I won't complain. I like their banter and the characters themselves, but I will say that I preferred the mystery and adventure of the story.

If I look at it with a more critical eye, there are quite a few things that didn't work well for this book. One being the two povs and how they were randomly switched back and forth, and how this technically had three stories in one book.

The short reads are very enjoyable and I actually wish we got more of them throughout the book with more details and solutions, however they also took away from the tension and seriousness of the main story's conflicts.

Overall, I really enjoyed reading this, but I do see why some have given it low ratings. Keatyn B, Reviewer. Not long before picking up this book I read the first book in this series and was a little nervous that this second book would not live up to the first.

I couldn't have been more wrong! I really enjoyed getting a closer look at Hollis and Ana's story. This book definitely was as good if not better than the first!

Would highly recommend this series to anyone looking for a lighter fun read that also has some substance.

All opinions are my own. Cindy W, Reviewer. This is the second book in the Penny Dreadful Society. We already know Hollis and Ana as they were secondary characters in the first story, and now it's their turn.

Hollis is a gentleman of low means and writes penny dreadful stories under a nom-de-plume. He likes Ana, likes to spend time with her, and he's the one to recommend her as a music teacher to his brother's daughter.

Ana's family used to be in society but that all changed when her father's company was bankrupt, and she's been teaching at Elizabeth's school.

They both keep secrets from each other, but when the situation arises, they help each other too, and their relationship deepens. As for the penny dreadful stories by Mr.

King and Mr. Jones—I understand their purpose, and I liked them, but not sure the jumping around the three stories was effective. It created a lot of interruptions.

It would work a lot better to have the main story and then the other two stories at the end. I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley and this is my honest opinion.

Katelyn R, Reviewer. Another win for Sarah Eden! I was desperately hoping that this second book would feature Hollis Darby--and I got my wish!

Hollis Darby has sworn off his not-insignificant gambling skills after seeing the damage the vice did to his family.

Instead, he makes a living secretly writing Penny Dreadful stories and spends his time rescuing people as a member of the Dread Penny Society.

Ana has sworn to right the wrongs done to her family after her father lost his fortune and London Society shunned them. She has a very specific set of skills to assist her in this.

When trouble finds them, it will take both their skill sets to save the day. I absolutely love Hollis and Ana. Hollis is genial and kind and ready to be the hero when needed.

Ana is smart and sweet and effective in reaching her goals. Both characters are well-developed and likeable. The plot is well-paced and intriguing, with some danger and mystery involved.

The Penny Dreadful stories peppered in throughout the chapters are again entertaining and unique, much as they were in the first book of this series.

And as always, I'm on pins and needles about who the Dread Master could be please, oh please, let it be someone related to the Jonquils, lol!

I can't wait for the next installment! Rated PG for mild violence --no cursing --some mild violence --clean romance I was provided this ebook free from NetGalley in return for an honest opinion.

Sarah B, Reviewer. This is a sweet Victorian romance with some daring adventures worthy of the penny dreadfuls. Ana Newport, a music teacher by day and thief by night, and Hollis Darby, a secret penny dreadful author, work together to discover a gambling ring that is threatening Hollis's brother.

It's a very good sequel to The Lady and the Highwayman. And like the first book, the penny dreadfuls by Mr. King and Hollis Darby's nom de plume, Lafayette Plume are interspersed throughout the book.

I received a copy of this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Erin M, Reviewer. This was such a fun story. We follow Hollis, a peer of the realm that writes penny dreadfuls in secret, and Ana, a fallen peer of the realm that now teaches music by day and steals as the Phantom Fox by night.

As they get to know one another they also uncover a sinister plot marking those of the ton and taking advantage of helpless youth. The Dreadpenny Society has been on the hunt for the Mastiff, an unknown person that controls many of the street youth and is a criminal mastermind that is greatly feared.

With the help of Ana and Hollis they are able to get further in their quest to ferret out who this mastermind is and they are able to thwart one of his schemes.

Hollis and Ana work well together and with those of the society. Their strengths quickly make them invaluable to the team and it sets them up to be of more use in further down the line.

This was a fun clean story with lots of action and intrigue with just the right amount of romance to make it sweet. Nikki C, Reviewer. Sarah Eden is hands down one of my favorite authors.

She has an amazing talent to balance tension and humor. Every time I thought my racing heart just could't take the suspense anymore I'd turn the page and smile at Mr.

Higglebottom's school for the Undead, or a witty remark from a character. Her pacing flows the story from one page to the next so you just can't put it down!

Her writing consistently impresses me. A master of character development. I'm repeatedly invested in her characters; Hollis and Ana were no exception.

There was a moment near the end of the book where I thought I knew what was coming next, and I desperately didn't want it to.

I didn't want Ana to become the stereotypical damsel in distress. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Return to Book Page. Eden Goodreads Author. A gentleman scribes penny dreadful novels by night and falls in love with a woman who is a music teacher by day—and a thief at night.

But Hollis has a secret: the deep coffers that A gentleman scribes penny dreadful novels by night and falls in love with a woman who is a music teacher by day—and a thief at night.

But Hollis has a secret: the deep coffers that have kept his family afloat for generations are bare, so he supports himself by writing penny dreadfuls under a pseudonym.

If not for the income from his novels, he would be broke. Ana Newport also has a secret. Ana needs the income and is eager for the opportunity to get to know the enigmatic gentleman.

What neither of them expects is how difficult it will be to keep their respective secrets from each other. When a spree of robberies rocks the city, Ana and Hollis join forces to solve the crimes, discovering that working together deepens the affection between them.

After all, who better to save the day than a gentleman and a thief? Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Expected publication: November 3rd by Shadow Mountain.

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He works on solving two mysteries. Holly and Anna soon find themselves using their unique skills in the same fight solving both of their problems. The Gentleman and the Thief by Sarah M.

The Gentleman and the Thief takes place two months after The Lady and the Highwayman story, and I found it very entertaining and satisfying to read more about the characters I had come to enjoy so much.

The setting is London , where members of The Dread Penny Society rescue orphans and street urchins from neglect and abuse. The Gentleman and the Thief continues some of the threatening and dramatic elements from The Lady and the Highwayman but the main element of this plot is theft.

He has a network of serving-class spies. I felt very sorry for her situation and found the motivation behind her actions understandable.

The story has a rather unique build, as it is divided into parts with different perspectives. I felt it was an interesting and entertaining twist how two penny dreadful stories were woven into the main plot.

The Gentleman and the Thief includes spelling out of the cockney dialect which always amuses me. The dialogue includes liberal amounts of light hearted bantering that I love.

There are impressively detailed descriptions of a secret up-scale gambling den. Some massive research must have gone into write this part.

Romance between Anna and Holly started off with an instant attraction, but while the plot progressed there was initially little quiet time for it to grow.

It felt realistic that there was a gradual development in their relationship and that they became closer when their situations became more resolved.

Fans of Sarah M. Eden will love this book. As will readers of historical romance fiction. Similar authors to explore might be Josi S.

Kilpack and Esther Hatch. All opinions in this review are completely my own. Apr 28, Beth F. So excited!! May 29, Lizzie J rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , arc , surprisingly-clean , salsa-rating-mild , mixed-feelings.

Come call on you? Scrape and bow to your father in an attempt to gain his good opinion? Nervously ask you to dance at balls and ride with me in the park and sip tepid tea while sitting in awkward, nervous silence?

I feel like I might have enjoyed it more if I'd known at the beginning that this is the second book in a series.

I thought it was a standalone, so many of the beginning aspects were sup "Would you let me court you properly, Ana?

I thought it was a standalone, so many of the beginning aspects were super confusing. I chalked it up to bad writing at first since there's nothing that specifically says this is a sequel, until I read other reviews and realized The Lady and the Highwayman is its predecessor.

Now, knowing that, I'll remove any complaints about the beginning and not fully understanding the Dread Society stuff or getting any background information on the characters.

When it comes to the actual story, I enjoyed things immensely. The beginning was rather slow, but by the time the action started to ramp up, I was pretty invested.

The characters are very well done, and I love Hollis and Ana and their relationship. I thought the romance was really well done and a very realistic portrayal of them falling in love.

That said, the description of the book isn't exactly what you get. While Hollis's writing and Ana's thievery and their coming together are all elements to the story, they aren't the main focus.

And that was really disappointing for me. I would have liked the story to be longer and more unpacked. I feel like we could have easily gotten to know more about Hollis and Ana and seen more scenes with them together.

The majority of the book is actually taken up with other stories from the books of Lafayette Jones and Mr. I didn't love that aspect of the book, but I can't comment on the quality of the stories because I think it would have been more interesting to have the main story unpacked more and then those stories included as extras or put at the end of the book, instead of sprinkled throughout to make it seem longer.

It basically just comes down to this: I loved Hollis and Ana, and I wanted to see more of them. That's the biggest dislike of this book.

I loved the story, but I wanted more of it. View 1 comment. Apr 27, Melissa rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal , clean-romances , mystery , spy.

I loved the first book in this series and had seriously high hopes for this one. Sarah does a well crafted story and always writes a good series.

In the first book you have the start of the Penny Dreadful society introduced. Hollis is a member and writes stories, but is a member of the Ton of London.

Ana used to be a member of the Ton until her family was cheated out of everything. These two meet in the first story and this is their adventure.

It was a fun read, like the first book this includes I loved the first book in this series and had seriously high hopes for this one.

It was a fun read, like the first book this includes Hollis writing a story that you get every couple of chapters.

It also includes a story by King. So you really have 3 stories going on. In the first book their was only the 2 and the 2 stories were well woven together.

Sadly I didn't like that there were 3 stories, it was too much. The stories had to do with each other but only slightly went along with the original story line.

It was all just a little too much. Overall I enjoyed it so much and really am looking forward to this whole series.

This is a mystery with no religion. It is a proper romance with a couple sweet kisses. The Gentleman and the Thief follows Hollis Darby, a member of Society who secretly writes penny dreadfuls to support himself, and Ana Newport, a music teacher who moonlights as a thief to steal back every momento taken from her family after they lost their fortune due to a shady business partner.

The main action in the story centers around the efforts of the Penny Dreadful society -- a secret society made up of authors of penny dreadful novels who seek to make life better for the poor and workin The Gentleman and the Thief follows Hollis Darby, a member of Society who secretly writes penny dreadfuls to support himself, and Ana Newport, a music teacher who moonlights as a thief to steal back every momento taken from her family after they lost their fortune due to a shady business partner.

The main action in the story centers around the efforts of the Penny Dreadful society -- a secret society made up of authors of penny dreadful novels who seek to make life better for the poor and working poor of London -- to stop a gambling operation that's bankrupting those who play.

I found the plot to be significantly less romance-focused than I expected particularly as I requested this because it was shelved under "romance" on the galley sites.

Ana and Hollis often tell the reader that they like the other person yet I never felt any sparks between them.

Each character seems like they should be interesting given all the cool things they do but I never got a sense of their personality outside of these accomplishments.

It made it hard to root for their romance, especially since it played a minimal role in the plot.

I'd also like to note that this is a clean romance, which I have nothing against but wasn't really expecting. The narration jumps between Ana and Hollis with some mini chapters that contain snippets of stories from penny dreadfuls that the characters are writing.

While I was initially skeptical of the penny dreadful chapters, I did come to enjoy them and was a little disappointed that some were left a bit unresolved.

The issue with all of these POV switches is that they frequently disrupted the tension in the story. An exciting event would happen then we'd get a penny dreadful chapter and then it would switch to the opposite POV to tell me either a different story or skip past all the action.

I found this incredibly frustrating in a book that claims to be about excitement and adventure. Overall, I think this was a case of mismatched expectations.

The blurb of the book is factually accurate but really didn't reflect the tone and plot of The Gentleman and the Thief. If you're looking for a historical romance with some action, as I was, I would recommend reading something else.

Thanks to Edelweiss, Netgalley, and the publisher for an advanced reader's copy in exchange for an honest review. May 24, Bethany rated it did not like it Shelves: read-in , adult-fic , romance , prepub , historical-fiction.

On the chaste to steamy scale, it's a 1. Like, I would give it to a 12 year old to read, that's how romantic it is.

I didn't come to this book for that story-- I wanted sweeping romance! And promoting reading for enjoyment! And helping the underdogs!

Two of these things were included. And because the emphasis is not on the romance, it drags horrifically.

It was not because of slow burn. There was no burn. May 07, Connie rated it really liked it Shelves: books , historical-fiction. This is a fun romp through the seedier corners of Victorian-era London.

An intriguing secret society of authors is working behind the scenes to help the downtrodden victims of a wide-spread criminal ring. This one focuses on the gambling rings that ruin gentleman of financial means.

There is everything to l This is a fun romp through the seedier corners of Victorian-era London. There is everything to love in this novel: enjoyable characters, witty dialogue, and a puzzling mystery.

Plus two of the amusing penny dreadful stories written by members of this society of authors. I enjoyed my time with the members of the Dread Penny Society and hope more stories are forthcoming.

May 06, Lauren rated it really liked it. I love a good Sarah Eden and I was so grateful to have received an early copy of this book via NetGalley.

I loved how this book took place between the people who weren't all that high in society's standing. It was a unique concept and one that isn't explored enough.

One main character has to put up appearances of wealth while working for the underground while the other puts on appearances to save what is left of her families heirlooms.

I enjoyed both characters, their wit and charisma. I liked the short stories from the Penny Dreadful society however I did feel like they were a bit distracting from the main storyline and I felt myself wanting to rush through them in order to get back to the main story.

The prevented me from totally getting invested in our two main characters which I felt were already a good enough story on their own.

Overall a really cute read that is fun and formatted in a unique way. There is romance although I feel like it got as much shine as the mystery plot.

Sarah Eden always writes a good time and this was no exception, although the ending leaves a lot of things unanswered so Im thinking that maybe there's a next book?

May 16, Sage Knightly rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley-and-edelweiss , arc. It was fast, entertaining, simple, and I didn't hate the characters.

The rating is based on my personal enjoyment. Hollis gambled his way through school and has been made all the better for it.

He comes from a rich yet poor family due to his father and grandfathers before gambling away their money and his brother is trying to bring them back to a respectable financial standing.

Hollis stays out of trouble and keeps appearances up for his brother' 3. Hollis stays out of trouble and keeps appearances up for his brother's sake, but has two secret lives: one bing a writer, and one being a part of a secret organization that tries to help people and make London a better place.

He is also infatuated with a teacher named Ana. Ana is a music teacher and also secret thief. She was once a lady of high social standing, but times grew rough and she now fears society after their harsh reactions and behaviour towards her family.

Hollis helps her regain some confidence in that aspect. Curtain Times Tuesday through Sunday at p. Additional Sunday matinees to be announced in May.

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