MOBI Ò DOC London's Perfect Scoundrel 9780380820832 · SUZANNE ENOCH

DOC London's Perfect Scoundrel

MOBI Ò DOC London's Perfect Scoundrel 9780380820832 · SUZANNE ENOCH · [Reading] ➷ London's Perfect Scoundrel ➭ Suzanne Enoch – A determined young lady vows to give one of London's infamous rakes his comeuppance—but when the rogue turns the tables who truly learns a A determined young lady vows to give one of London's infamous rakes his comeuppance but when the rogue turns the tables who truly learns a lesson in love?The ton gossips call him Saint but the Maruis of St Aubyn has well earned his reputation as London's perfect scoundrel Evelyn Ruddick knows she should avoid him at all costs but the strikingly beau 5 stars – HistoricalRegency RomanceWOW I loved this especially devilishly charismatic rake the Maruis of St Aubyn Saint is a deliciously debauched scoundrel who glories in his depraved ways and pursuits but he meets his match in caring headstrong Evelyn She’s determined to save the Heart of Hope Orphanage and teach Saint a lesson in compassion in the process; even if it means engaging him in a provocative battle of wills and indulging in his dangerous game of seduction But who will be the victor of their passionate “lessons in love”? St Aubyn reminded me a lot of Sebastian Lord St Vincent from Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas one of the sexiest yummiest romantic heroes ever and both heroines have the same informal name Evie strong countenances and kindhearted natures Hmmm interestingBut the stories are decidedly different and each have their own charms If you enjoy romances with unrepentant rake heroes who just love to be bad and spirited heroines who give as good as they get then don’t miss this wonderful engaging read It’s a keeper Big 5 starsMy ode to SaintS infully scrumptious seductive scoundrelA morous amusing and amoral rakeI rresistibly charmingN efariously naughtyT enaciously wickedI love Evie’s musing of Saint’s sex appeal His smooth panther’s stalk was magnetic even when he wasn’t hunting With an entire room full of willing game then why was he after her?This is my favorite sigh worthy momentview spoiler “I told you that I didn’t have a heart” he continued as he gazed up at her his voice shaking just a little “I do have one I just didn’t know it until I met you You are my light My soul craves you and I love you with every ounce of the heart you’ve awakened in me II could live without you but I wouldn’t want to” hide spoiler

Suzanne Enoch õ London's Perfect Scoundrel TEXT

Tiful lady wants to aid the children of the Heart of Hope Orphanage and he heads the board of trustees Evie is determined to teach the charming arrogant man a lesson in compassion but it won't be so easy especially since his touch is setting her desire aflame making Evie yearn to submit to his passionate instructionThe idea of joining in her project Rating Clarification 45 starsI loved this book so much the two main characters were so amazing and showed great character depth The only fault I did find was that the ending was too rushed I would have liked to see I felt like it took away from the story but either way I still loved it

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London's Perfect ScoundrelIs unthinkable but this enchantress refuses to give up So what else is there for a self respecting rake to do but seduce the lady? Yet soon it is he who is being seduced by Evie's tender heart and fiery blushes Could the temptation of long passionate nights in her arms bring about the impossible? Could the disreputable Saint at long last be reforme There are some books that I've enjoyed so much that I've read and reread them again and again through the years This is one of themIt's not a perfect book by any means Indeed the ending is way too rushed and I longed for Evie to stand up for herself against her family but it has a magic that makes me love it regardless There are a lot of rakes running around historical romance but even after reading widely in the genre Saint still sticks out in my mind He is absolutely perfect He starts the book as a complete jerk He makes no bones about the fact that he has no interest in the heroine beyond his attraction to her He's rude and wicked and doesn't care who he insults But somehow he has this spark underneath it all that draws Evie and the reader in despite it His naughtiness is absolutely delicious and when he eventually starts to change his ways and fall for Evie it absolutely wonderful to watch The sexual tension was delightful and I adored reading about a hero who acted that way just because without any hidden tortured reasonEvie was also a great character My heart broke for her when she realized that her friends didn't see her true strength any than her family did Throughout the book Evie is constantly trying to prove to herself that she can accomplish something worthwhile That she is useful as than just a marriageable woman Saint's careless disregard of her goals is what leads them to cross swords and it's absolutely wonderful when they finally doThere's a part where Evie takes charge and makes Saint listen to her that is really the moment when the book turns excellent Evie proves how strong and daring she really is and we start to see the vulnerability that Saint usually hides behind his cynicism This is when they both finally start to see the person behind the persona and from that moment on their relationship was magic to watchEven though I understood Evie's loyalty to her family I needed something some scene showing why Evie thought her brother was a good man to make me understand her actions Because I found myself incredibly frustrated on her behalf She brings up the many ways she could rebel and make her brother look bad but she never does I just couldn't understand why she didn't Because really her brother was a complete jerk This book is very character driven There are no real outside distractions to take away from watching Evie and Saint change and fall in love It was awesome because they were absolutely perfect together It'll be a while until the next reread but I'm already looking forward to it