Always a Scoundrel (Notorious Gentlemen, Book 3) by Suzanne Enoch

By Suzanne Enoch

Never a gentleman . . . till now.

Lord Bramwell Johns, the second one son of a duke, is an unrepentant scoundrel. Now that his closest neighbors are disgustingly ensconced in household bliss, Bram is feeling unusually stressed. and never even relieving London's least deserving artistocrats in their ill-gotten jewels is enough—until the evening he overhears a controversy. apparently woman Rosamund Davies is set to be pressured into marriage with a rogue even worse than himself.

Rose is definitely conscious of Bram's scandalous acceptance, so any reason behind his unexpected curiosity in her is suspect; extra so considering he's shut buddies with the fellow approximately to wreck her family members! She has her personal plan even though, and Bram should be simply what she requires—as lengthy as she recollects that he's purely searching for himself. so long as she recollects that his kisses and caresses don't suggest something. so long as she will continue from puzzling over even if she will be able to belief a scoundrel . . . along with her center.

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When you leave here, you will be on your own. I wish you would reconsider. The world is full of—” Miranda straightened her shoulders and looked out toward the now empty street before them. “I am well aware of the sort of people one finds in the world, and having taught decorum for you for the past four years has given me a fair regard for propriety. ” Gathering up her basket, she nodded to the lady and went up the stairs to her room. “That’s what I’m afraid of, my dear,” Miss Emery whispered as she watched Miranda ascend the stairs in modest and perfect precision.

Certainly, his years in Town had been filled with 56 ELIZABETH BOYLE vice, but Lord, how many ways did a man have to atone for his sins? ” He looked down to find attached to his one decent pair of boots a small black dog of some misplaced origins. “Get off,” he said, shaking his boot to no avail. “Brutus,” one of the girls called out, snapping her fingers. “Enough! ” The little beast promptly let go, sitting back on his little haunches and eyeing Jack like a stray piece of bacon. The dog’s fierce expression and lionlike fur made him look much more furious than his small stature warranted.

Until he had come barging back into her life. Now, unhindered by the shock of seeing Lord John so close, Miranda, aka Miss Jane Porter, took the time to study the man and see what nine years had wrought upon him. Well, perhaps she’d been hasty in her estimation that he hadn’t changed, for in fact, he had. The Corinthian who had been beloved by the ton for his expensive taste was all but gone. How had she not noticed the shabby jacket and boots that looked like they hadn’t seen a decent polish in years?

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