Never a gentleman until Bramwell Johns, the second son of a duke, is an unrepentant scoundrel. Now that his two closest friends are disgusting. The last time I gave a DIK to Suzanne Enoch, it was London’s Perfect Scoundrel, about a seriously bad boy scoundrel (duh) who falls for a. Always a Scoundrel Suzanne Enoch I’ve really enjoyed this Notorious Gentleman series which started with After the Kiss and ends with Always.
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Oh, and F triple minus to whoever thought up yet another generic Regency title — honestly, what do you get paid for? I feel like I need to re-read this book before making a judgment on it, because Socundrel should have loved it. He goes beyond the pale to act as knight errant to the lady in distress.
Open Preview See a Problem? His character is surprisingly well-crafted; he’s possibly one of the best villains I’ve come across in an HR, because while he’s cold and manipulative, his motives are somehow understandable. My favorite enoch hero is still Bit and Sully.
The hero kept trying not to do nice things, but he just gets dragged deeper and deeper into the complications. There are only a handful of Plain Janes that I would call good romantic leads and I wish all romance authors would read those stories and analyze those successful character depictions so they can understand the difference between “bitterly shrewish” and “engagingly spirited.
She was too gracious and was sometimes annoying since she got carried away by being too nice with her undeserving family. The best depiction of real evil I’ve ever read Aa by Elizabeth von Arnim has no physical violence in it and the worst auzanne is watching the victim’s descent into complicity with the villain.
You know my ultimate goal is to lower the standards of morality enough that everything I do becomes acceptable.
The bad cover art notwithstanding, even. To ask other readers questions about Always a Scoundrelplease sign up. Face of the Maiden.
But the chemistry between Rose and Bram was great, and the story was entertaining enough. Now that his two closest friends are disgustingly ensconced in domestic bliss, Bram is feeling strangely restless.
The woman scounndrel like she’s been electrocuted and the man looks just plain uncomfortable. Some Like It Scot. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. And while he’s hinted at being experienced with women, it’s alqays overemphasized. The ending was sweet on this one and the type I love to see. All of them flawed, but, at heart, honorable and decent. For the Duke’s Eyes Only.
Hrm, maybe enocn that sense he’s not that “rakish” after all He slowly determined for himself what he wanted with his life and set aside his pride in order to make amends. Enoch really does seem to like her bad boys.
It seemed to me that she had borrowed a few ideas from other romances and recreated them, inferiorly. Taming an Impossible Rogue. But although she resents them, she cannot forgo what she believes to be her duty, and even though Cosgrove makes her skin crawl she decides to make the best of zuzanne situation — until she meets Bram.
They did not make a good couple. This was my favorite of Suzanne Enoch’s “Nororious Gentlemen” series. The hero was a rake that had an appealing personality. Oct 16, Duchess Nicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lady Rogue hit the shelves in March of I enjoyed the first two in this series, and this one is on my TBR. Read more Read less.