Bonnie Dee


What reviewers are saying…

about The Bohemian and the Banker.

The Blogger Girls, Heather
I’m always a huge fan of virgins and self discovery, and I was quickly drawn into Nigel and Jay’s whirlwind romance.

Crystal’s Many Reviewers
The descriptions of everything from the food to the dresses to the smells to the art, you felt like you were walking down those streets with Nigel and Jay.

M/M Book Reviews, Zane
I was captivated by Jay as much as Nigel was, and I loved how he was able to transform Nigel’s fear and shyness into eagerness, willingness.

Joyfully Jay, Susan
We get to see the people under their facades—be they bland business suits and dolled-up frocks—and that gives this character-driven tale the required depth, purpose and meaning. The message of learning to love another as well as yourself continues to be relevant to this day. Recommended read.

Prism Book Alliance, Teresa
I could feel the atmosphere of time and place. Both characters radiated their station and yet were wholly themselves. I loved seeing Nigel come apart and break through his stuffy façade for Jay. Jay was truly a bohemian soul but seeing him fall for banker Nigel was heartwarming.

Lovebytes Reviews, Carissa
I don’t get very many chances to read stories set in the early 1900’s so this was a joy to find. I totally recommend this book if you love historicals, cross-dressing, and two men who are perfect for each other.

Heroes and Heartbreakers, Janet
The Parisian setting of Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon’s The Bohemian and the Banker is as transformative as the romance itself—surely everything is possible in the City of Lights. Nigel is a closeted gay man, who has never pursued his attraction to men; but here, his secret desires are freed.

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