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Suzanne Enoch: A Lady’s Guide to Improper Behavior

She (Theresa) is a lady well schooled in etiquette.  He is a once carefree gentleman now wounded by a terrible secret experience in India and bitter to the point of self-destructive rudeness.  Unlikely love?  Not in the world of historical romance! Enoch’s A Lady’s Guide to Improper Behavior first has two things going for it … Continue reading

Suzanne Enoch: London’s Perfect Scoundrel

Mmm…and he is. Here is the back cover teaser: “The ton gossips call him Saint but Michael Halboro, Marquis of St. Aubyn, has well earned his reputation as the most notorious cad in London.  Evelyn Ruddick knows she should avoid him at all costs  but the strikingly beautiful young lady wants to aid the orphans … Continue reading

Suzanne Enoch: Something Sensibly Sinful?

Sin and Sensibility reminds me of Eloisa James’ Pleasure for Pleasure if only because the hero is so deliciously debauched.  There is something about those rakehell heroes that thrills my heart to read them reformed.  They do say that women love bad boys, and I confess (at least when reading hist-ro) I am guilty as … Continue reading

Suzanne Enoch: By Love Undone

SCANDAL’S DAUGHTER Madeleine Willits was shunned by London society for a scandal that was no fault of hers, and forced her to seek a paid position in the country.  So when Quinlan Bancroft, Marquis of Warfield, comes to direct the household during his uncle’s illness, Maddie is determined to detest the nobleman on sight.  But … Continue reading