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 associates are disgustingly ensconced in family 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 compelled into marriage with a rogue even worse than himself.
Rose is easily conscious of Bram's scandalous attractiveness, so any explanation for his unexpected curiosity in her is suspect; extra so considering he's shut buddies with the guy approximately to smash her family members! She has her personal plan although, and Bram should be simply what she requires—as lengthy as she recollects that he's simply looking for himself. so long as she recalls that his kisses and caresses don't suggest whatever. so long as she will preserve from thinking about even if she will belief a scoundrel . . . together with her middle.
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Additional resources for Always a Scoundrel (Notorious Gentlemen, Book 3)
May I say that you are looking even more beautiful this evening than you did yesterday in the park? ” Lady Georgiana blinked her wide green eyes twice and said, a small frown appearing on her forehead, “Secret? Have you been speaking with Emily? It was only a very unexceptional bonnet, I vow, and didn’t cost above forty pounds. ” “Bonnet? I’m afraid I don’t really understand,” Lord Edward replied, tongue-in-cheek, wishing Lord Henry could hear her answer. She playfully slapped his hand with her furled fan, making him wince as the ivory sticks made contact with his knuckles.
With his eyes squeezed tightly closed—the darkness behind his lids serving as a canvas upon which his headache painted a colorful fireworks display to put Prinny’s elaborate peace celebrations to the blush—his mind’s eye slowly conjured up the horrific vision of two widely open, curiously slanted brown eyes. These eyes, obviously condemning, definitely scornful, looked deep inside him, straight through to his guilty soul. ” “Oh, Lord,” he groaned, finally remembering. “Emily. ” “Shot the cat about a half-dozen times, at least according to your man, Burton.
Perhaps I am pursuing the wrong female entirely,” he continued, taking another step toward her, aware of a light buzzing in his ears. ” Emily squeaked, suddenly not so sure of herself, and she looked about hastily for some means of escape. It was no good. She had somehow succeeded in backing herself into a corner. Lord Edward’s hands grabbed Emily at the shoulders and he hauled her up against his chest as his mouth swooped down to cover hers. He ground his lips against hers passionately, his wide-open green eyes staring unblinkingly into her wide-open brown ones, in order to gauge her reaction.
Always a Scoundrel (Notorious Gentlemen, Book 3) by Suzanne Enoch