I agree. This is a book that had my emotions in my throat nearly the entire time. It was dark, evocative, and moving. He lives off his gambling winnings and his allowance, although, the latter is an unreliable source of income as his father is prone to cutting Bram off regularly. The two have been at odds since Bram was 16 years old when the Duke told Bram he was a disgrace and Bram set out to prove the Duke correct.
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By Suzanne Enoch. Lord Bramwell Johns, the second son of a duke, is an unrepentant scoundrel. Now that his two closest friends are disgustingly ensconced in domestic bliss, Bram is feeling strangely restless.
And not even relieving London's least deserving artistocrats of their ill-gotten jewels is enough—until the night he overhears an argument. It seems that Lady Rosamund Davies is about to be forced into marriage with a rogue even worse than himself. Rose is well aware of Bram's scandalous reputation, so any reason for his sudden interest in her is suspect; more so since he's close friends with the man about to ruin her family!
She has her own plan though, and Bram may be just what she requires—as long as she remembers that he is only looking out for himself. As long as she remembers that his kisses and caresses don't mean anything. As long as she can keep from wondering whether she can trust a scoundrel. Upload Sign In Join. Home Books Romance. Create a List. Download to App. Length: pages 5 hours. Description Never a gentleman. Related Categories. Start your free 30 days. Page 1 of 1. This is the fourth time I've read this book.
I love it. And I cry at all the right spots but especially at the end. Lord Bram overhears Lady Rose's parents telling her she must marry to pay off her brothers debts. Forced marriage for money has been done so many times and nothing about this story or characters really grabbed my interest.
I gave up after pages. I have no idea how Suzanne Enoch managed to write a book that I disliked so much and a book I loved so much back to back in the same trilogy, but I'm so glad I didn't give up the trilogy and took to heart the recommendations for this one. Bram and Rose just got to me. They got to me but good. Its been a few months since I have read anything from Suzanne Enoch, and I always get spiraled into her stories and utterly drawn in.
Lord Bramwell is your typical English Rogue who drinks, and cavorts with endless amounts of women-most particularly married women. He is the last of his trio of friends that is still unattached and unmarried. Bram finds himself feeling ever most grateful for the circumstance, since he has no desire for marriage or settling down. Bram goes about as the 'Black Cat' sneaking into nobleman's homes and stealing artifacts or ill gotten jewels.
One night he hears a argument, and it seems that Lady Rosamund is to be forced into a marriage with a man that is a monster, and will eventually destroy her spirit and even her. Knowing she could never survive such a marriage with Lord Cosgrove. Apparently Rose's younger brother John gambled too much and lost Ten Thousand Pounds to Lord Cosgrove and is insisting that instead of funds he will accept a marriage to his sister. Rose is well aware of her duty to her family, even though they are willing to sell her to a blackguard, who will destroy her.
Rose's family has never cared much for her, wanting to get her off their hands. Bram then becomes her friend and closest ally, in trying to convince her to fight back to Cosgrove, or run away to Scotland or the countryside and find a job as a governess or companion. However she insists that she can't leave her family out on the streets, so she is insisting on her duty and obligation to her family.
However after sharing some passionate moments with Bram and realizing that such pleasure can be attained, she finds herself confused at what she really feels she needs to do. Cosgrove keeps up his lustful and disgusting advances, so much so that she knows her life with him will be 'Hell on Earth' in the literal sense. But Rose doesn't know if she can trust Bram with her heart! This was truly a wondrous story, that fills the reader with love and a tender passion that develops between Rose and Bram.
I also thoroughly loved the sub characters such as John Rose's Brother and Brams two other friends and their wives. There were many moments in the book that made my laugh and smile and I felt so drawn to the characters that I felt I was there within the story, it came alive. Suzanne Enoch has such a talent, at least for me, that draws the reader in and I couldn't put this down, I read into under a couple of hours, I was so captivated by the plot, the characters, and the connection and passion that is between the main characters.
I also fell in love with Rose and Bram. Rose is a genuine heroine, who even though her family could care less about her except for her brother she is willing to sacrifice everything for her family.
Rose is a caring and loving woman, who has a passionate nature that is released upon meeting Bram. Bram is your above average rogue, who finds himself enticed toward Rose, and is never bored with her. Instead he is thoroughly captivated by her spirit and is never bored whenever she is in the same room with him.
I am sure those of you who have never read this book will enjoy it as much as I have.
Always a Scoundrel (Notorious Gentlemen Series #3)
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REVIEW: Always a Scoundrel by Suzanne Enoch
Book Review: Always a Scoundrel by Suzanne Enoch
By Suzanne Enoch. Lord Bramwell Johns, the second son of a duke, is an unrepentant scoundrel. Now that his two closest friends are disgustingly ensconced in domestic bliss, Bram is feeling strangely restless. And not even relieving London's least deserving artistocrats of their ill-gotten jewels is enough—until the night he overhears an argument. It seems that Lady Rosamund Davies is about to be forced into marriage with a rogue even worse than himself.