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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Always a Scoundrel by Suzanne Enoch. Never a gentleman. 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 t Never a gentleman. 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. Get A Copy. Mass Market Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Notorious Gentlemen 3. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Always a Scoundrel , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Always a Scoundrel Notorious Gentlemen, 3. May 11, Rane rated it it was amazing Shelves: regency-napoleonic-era , historical , keeper.
Lord Bramwell Johns has always been a true a rake, a scoundrel and a thorn in his father The Duke of Levonzy side a darn proud of it! Bored with life, he takes up to stealing from his own peers, when one night he overhears a rich couple arranging a forced marriage for their daughter to a man way worse then him! When Rose meets Bram, she sees what everyone else sees, a total rake and someone whom loves trouble, Rose is shocked when she sees behind his carefree mask to just a man.
Rose teaches Bram to finally stop acting like a child and be better then himself, on the other hand Bram teaches Rose to enjoy life and passion, giving her a greater self-worth in herself.
I loved Bram and his wit and great one-liners, he quickly became one of my all-time fave heroes, Bram wanted to prove to his father he was just a spare, at the same time he started to truly lose his own self-worth along the way. Bram hid away whom he was and could be, with the belief of Rose and his friends, Bram is able to overcome not only his past, his father and the devil friend Cosgrove.
Bram was just amazing, and I love him to bits! View all 28 comments. Shelves: historical-romance , angsty-dark-heavy-lotsa-drama , hero-stud-mantel-hall-of-fame , hero-gambler , hero-cad-rake-rogue-scoundrel , historical-romance-regency , animals-matter , revenge-deception-secrets-lies , heroine-redhead , cop-bodyguard-govop-merc-military.
Nefarious rake Lord Bramwell Johns is the disregarded second son of the Duke of Levonzy and has never been expected to make anything of himself but a royal pain in the ass and expensive nuisance. Despite achieving heroic feats while serving in the war on the Peninsula with fellow soldiers and friends, Sullivan Waring and Phineas Bromley, his father cuts him off out of spite for his wicked ways.
In attempt to battle his boredom, Lord Bramwell masquerades at night as the notorious thief, the Black Cat, robbing the ton of their bobbles, trinkets, and bling. Things get even more complicated when Bram starts to realize that he might want Rose for himself. But will she trade one devil for another, and can she trust him with her heart? Lord Bramwell and Rosamund are such a wonderful couple, and they had sizzling sexual chemistry, sensual love scenes, and deliciously fun, witty banter in spades.
Rose actually expects something of Bram and holds him accountable, and his vow to not let her down is sigh-worthy. But what I loved most is that even when Bram redeemed himself in many ways, he maintained some of his wicked, scoundrel ways, especially his sinfully sexy charm and flirtatious humor. View all 27 comments. She never gives into melodramatic reactions or unnecessary mus.
She falls for the H slower than him! Her family is hateful especially the parents and her sister who seemingly are happy to push her into hell just so their lives remain cushy and safe. Her younger brother, the real cause of her helpless state, is still likeable as he comes across as more stupid than uncaring.
But I loooove the H. He goes far and beyond any sense of duty or chivalry to act as knight errant to the lady in distress. We read about alpha Hs who are the richest, the strongest amongst their peers, the first sons with name and power behind them.
So vanquishing enemies is easy peasy for them or at least should be! Still he stands firm against certain financial ruin and more, but ends up defeating his adversary.
So this hardened rake falls for the plain h quite uncharacteristically and quite hard and even declares his love and honourable intentions to her for her to just ignore him and his words. Hmmm that was one evil malevolent villain quite wasted!
The H and him are supposedly conscienceless rakes and worse. He should have been allowed more scenes, more machinations, more disruptions. Went out with or without a whimper too. View all 5 comments. This was a recipe I enjoy in historicals. It also read perfectly as a stand alone, so don't worry about reading the series in order.
I knocked half a point off for the whole black-cat sub- 4. I knocked half a point off for the whole black-cat sub-story as it pulled me out a couple of times.
Bottom line, Enoch has a new fan! View all 11 comments. May 07, Nisha Menon rated it it was ok Shelves: bleh. I do not enjoy writing such reviews. And this book probably won't be a 2-star read for you. But it was a 1-star read for me. Except the book doesn't have shoddy language or any particular red flags so I felt guilty about handing it a 1-star. But the truth is, I didn't enjoy a moment of it.
I think I zoned out so much, I'm sure I was living a different story in my head. I would've DNF'ed this but it was like one of those trains you board and sleep off and miss your stop. My stop was 30 percent in I do not enjoy writing such reviews. My stop was 30 percent in. God, was this boring. These are the books that drive you into reading slumps. Just proceed with caution. And get off the train when it's time.
It's just romance is such an immersive and beautiful genre when it gets it right. Of all the romance books I've read I've probably enjoyed barely 20 percent of them. But that 20 percent is worth this lot of snooze-inducing rides. And since romance is the most subjective of genres, there's a good chance this book falls under your 20 percent so don't let me dissuade you if this sounds like your kind of ride. View 2 comments. Apr 12, Corrine rated it really liked it Shelves: regency-uk-historical.
Always a Scoundrel
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.
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.
Book Review: Always a Scoundrel by Suzanne Enoch
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