Valet

Valet Tyler has never worked for a great house let alone one with the history and prestige of Rose Hall He feels unqualified for the post of footman but hopes his experience as concierge of a fine hotel m

  • Title: Valet
  • Author: Jet Mykles
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tyler has never worked for a great house, let alone one with the history and prestige of Rose Hall He feels unqualified for the post of footman, but hopes his experience as concierge of a fine hotel might count in his favor.Following the deaths of his parents, Earl Johnathan Johnnie Rose has come into his inheritance Now he s returned home to Rose Hall with his siblingTyler has never worked for a great house, let alone one with the history and prestige of Rose Hall He feels unqualified for the post of footman, but hopes his experience as concierge of a fine hotel might count in his favor.Following the deaths of his parents, Earl Johnathan Johnnie Rose has come into his inheritance Now he s returned home to Rose Hall with his siblings to settle in as lord of the manor and earl of Roseton Then his eye falls on the stunning new footman with the blond curls and shy smile From that moment, Lord Johnnie s intention to settle in takes on a whole new meaning.Longing for a relationship intimate than master to servant, and determined to taste those pretty lips, Johnnie offers Tyler a promotion as his personal valet Thrilled by the promotion and the chance to tend his lord, Tyler s naivete and sense of propriety don t let him see the offer for what it is until he s lured into the earl s bed.

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    1. I freaking loveeeed this book! Don’t tell me it’s irrational or cheesy. I LOVE IT!!! 😍 Such a sweet and erotic and magical novel with so many swoon-worthy moments. I understand that this is kind of a spin off series from Jet Mykles’ “Heaven Sent” series which she reincarnated and adapted MCs for this novel. The story is set in an alternate universe but in a very similar one to historical settings of England. I haven’t read Heaven Sent series but I really really adored this book. J [...]

    2. If the men on the cover of ‘Valet’ look just a tiny bit familiar to some of you, as they did to me when I first laid eyes on it, that turns out to be entirely intentional. As became apparent when I read the letter from the author at the beginning of the book, Tyler and Johnnie are "reincarnations" from the ‘Heaven Sent’ series. I loved those books, so I was interested to see what Jet Mykles had come up with. The ‘Rose Family Chronicles’ take place in an alternate reality version of t [...]

    3. Guys, I didn't even know this was a thing! Which one of you forgot to tell me?It's kind of a weird concept, like the author wrote fanfiction about her own characters, but honestly, the Heaven Sent series was my first dip into M/M and it holds such a special place in my heart. I will definitely be reading these!

    4. When I first heard of a new series with the heaven sent characters I was on the fence. Now that I have finished the first I can say I liked the first book. But I must add it was very weird to read about the familiar characters in a totally different setting. Maybe this time around I will like the Reese - Lucas story!?!

    5. I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads3 stars. Jet Mykles is a new-to-me author, whom I found to have a flowery, romantic writing style loaded with a lot of description to set the scene. While I enjoyed Valet, it wasn't to my tastes, since I had no idea when and where this was set, with alternate spellings of specific words such as days of the week and months. From what I gathered from other reviews, this was with characters from another series set in another story. [...]

    6. Note: This book was provided to me by the publisher through Hearts on Fire Reviewsin exchange for an impartial review. I really loved the fact that Jet Mykles apparently missed the characters from the Heaven Sent series as much as I did. When the series came to an end, I felt like I was being deprived of a sweet treat, but because of this reincarnation of the characters from that series, I’m going to get my sweets after all.The first in a new series, this book focuses on Tyler, a sweet young m [...]

    7. Is it still fanfic when it's the original author writing it? Because this was pretty much fanfic of the Heaven Sent gang, and I actually love the idea of an author reusing their own characters in different, unique ways. Who knows the characters better than the original creator, after all?I thought this world was fun, but, for me, I did think it suffered a bit, being set in a historical world, rather than the modern rock setting of the original series. Johnnie in this world was much more restrain [...]

    8. 4.5 starsI love, love, love these boys and just had to read this so I could revisit them in their new incarnation. It took me a minute to switch gears back in time for this story's setting (instead of remembering them in all their Heaven Sent glory) plus get used to the idea that Johnnie, Gretchen, Brent and Reese were now siblings (not only siblings but Brent and Reese were twins too). They may have had different interactions with each other here, but their personalities were still charmingly f [...]

    9. OMG I cannot believe how much I loved this! I was definitely skeptical at first, but curious enough to give it a go, and I am so glad I did - this book was wonderful. I was hooked from WORD ONE. Reading Johnnie and Tyler in a different setting, different time period in a whole new story just made me love them even more. Jet Mykles took me to such a happy place - and I am DYING for the next one. So much smiling my cheeks hurt, and the giggles - there were quite a few. I can't wait for the rest of [...]

    10. I completely DEVOURED this book!! I can't tell you how many times I've read the Heaven Sent & Indigo Knight books now (I've totally jumped right back into those after this one. Again) so a different version of my favourite characters?? YES PLEASE!! It was so very cool to read these guys in a different setting and a whole new world. Thank you Jet Mykles for more of these people. Thank you!!

    11. I need Lucas and Reese's book like now lol i just love this new series!!! Omg i love this new alternate world Jet Mykles has created to bring back our lovely Heaven Sent boys to find each other again and re-tell their love story but with them written in a different world/setting. I cant wait for the next book and the one after that and the one after that one! >.<

    12. This was a strange book. I haven't read anything by that author before, so it wasn't quite what I expected. He makes it clear at the beginning, that it's not a historically accurate book, which is fine by me, but it's more than that, it's pretty much AU. Society, conventions, dress, language are all mixed up any which way with little rhyme or reason. For some reason, the author also changes out some letters for the weekdays, months, countries, even gods. I guess to drive the point home, that thi [...]

    13. This was weird. Why on earth would someone try to promote this rubbish as historical when it’s just plain fantasy without any substantial paranormal indications?Yes, I do understand that the author wrote a disclaimer that it wasn’t accurate and that she deliberately made all the historical “mistakes”. Still it didn’t qualify as a historical in my mind. It was too mixed up. It simply was a fantasy story. Unfortunately a badly written one at that. Every conflict was sort of thrown in as [...]

    14. This was fantastic. Yes it was Tyler and Johnnie, but it was also them in a different light. And I loved it. I missed them and it was wonderful to read about them again. Highly recommend for anyone who was a "Heaven Sent" fan or a new reader to this author.

    15. I was finally able to enjoy this once these two got together, but there seemed to be an excessive amount of hemming and hawing to get to that point.

    16. The full review and much more can be found at The Novel Approach Tyler has had a rough year. His father has passed away, and his sister’s husband has also died while she was pregnant. He could not provide for her and she had no support in the capital, Doncaster, so they return to their family in Rose County. Because his jerk of a boss at the hotel where he has worked refused to give him a reference—because he’s a petty, mean little man who doesn’t care a lick for Tyler or his family’s [...]

    17. 4.5 Stars ~ Tyler has had a rough year. His father has passed away, and his sister’s husband has also died while she was pregnant. He could not provide for her and she had no support in the capital, Doncaster, so they return to their family in Rose County. Because his jerk of a boss at the hotel where he has worked refused to give him a reference—because he’s a petty, mean little man who doesn’t care a lick for Tyler or his family’s circumstances—Tyler has been turned away from the l [...]

    18. Review can be read at It's About The BookTyler has to help his family. He moves back home and takes a job in service to the local Earl. The earl, Johnathan Rose, has been thunderstruck by his new footman. He can’t stop himself from offering Tyler the position of Valet, even though the guy really doesn’t have enough experience. Mr. Faith, his butler, knows exactly what Johnnie is up to. Eventually, despite having no experience with men, Tyler willingly enters into a romantic relationship with [...]

    19. I will admit, I went back and forth, back and forth while reading Valet on whether I liked it or just simply thought it okay.First off, by the author’s own admission by a note before the story, the book is a mixture of historical times and definitely a mixture of sexually advanced and sexually repressed societies. I actually think it would be easier to read if it had been made a completely fantastical place without just changing the words/cities names slightly. Because my brain kept saying “ [...]

    20. I don't know what made me decide on reading this random historical-like fantasy book apart from the word valet in the title which reminded me of the amazing A Gentleman's Position by the unparalleled K.J. Charles.While this book was nowhere near as good, it was suprisingly interesting and easy to read.Tyler was kind of a boring character but I really enjoyed the sexual tension in the book and didn't think once of putting it down until I reached the last page.It is good for what it is: a feel-goo [...]

    21. As the new Earl of Rose Hall, Johnnie must carry on his inherited duties. That means staffing the household with enough servants to meet the needs of the Rose family, as well as invited guests. Due to family hardships, Tyler seeks a job closer to his childhood home and applies for a position as footman; however the immediate attraction to Tyler inspires Johnnie to offer Tyler a position as his personal valet.Valet is the first book in the Rose Family Chronicles. The genre is not a customary hist [...]

    22. DNFI really liked the original Heaven Sent series, and so I was a little wary about this reimagining. I'd read, on the author's website months ago, that she'd be setting this in what I thought would be Recency England.What it actually is is a strange cobbled together fantasy romance. I get why writing the setting this way might be preferable, seeing as how sexual relationships between men were illegal then, but I wish Valet was set during the true historic times. It would have been interesting t [...]

    23. I simply love MM regency books, and this one didn’t disappoint.Tyler previous job for a tyrant at a hotel in London. Now he’s in a new home trying to his best, while dreaming of his master.These two are so fun to ‘watch’ while they play a cat and mouse game. Both knowing they shouldn’t. But they want to, and when they do. Fireworks. The Earl is so protective of Tyler and in return, Tyler is so honest and sweet and caring.The descriptions of the clothes, the area, the feelings had me fa [...]

    24. I had mixed feelings when this series was first announced. I love that Ms. Mykles didn't want to mess with the HEA's of these characters in their present-day timeline, but I wasn't sure about putting the same characters in an alternate past-ish timeline.Especially making Tyler Johnnie's valet. It seemed to unequalize their relationship and make me less invested in it even before picking up the book.But I loved the originals too much not to give this a try. And it was better than I'd feared. The [...]

    25. 3.5 starsI enjoyed the Heaven Sent series, so it was fun to see the characters again in a totally different setting. If you liked that one, there's a good chance you'll like this one.This has a historical setting with nobility & commoners but also semi-fantasy with no fixed time period and a King & Queen who are open about their shared lover so the social mores are very different. I'm still a bit uncomfortable that Johnnie promoted Tyler to his personal valet while fully intending to sed [...]

    26. I'm very much not a fan of historical romance or any other historical subgenre, but I'm a huge fan of the Heaven Sent series, so I was extremely happy to realize this really was another incarnation of Johnnie and Tyler, not so very historical. The liberties the author has taken with inaccuracies was a breath of fresh air, in a manner of speaking. They made the setting fit the characters instead of trying to force the characters to fit the mold.I'm excited to continue reading the series!

    27. I loved Johnnie and Tyler the first time around. They are just as good this time, I loved that the Weiss hotel was still in the story. All of the original players and their partners, but not in the same situations. I'm looking forward to seeing how Jet developers these much beloved characters.

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