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London's Perfect Scoundrel Download º 104 ☆ 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 beautiful lady wants to aid the children of the Heart of Hope Orphanage and he heads the board of tEvie 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 instruction The idea of joining in her project is unthinkable but this enchantress refuses to g. Utterly forgettableDo you know how I can be so sure Because I read this a few years ago and accidentally picked it up again not realizing I had read it before It started to seem vaguely familiar when the heroine kidnapped the no wait I can't call him a hero I will give it this much The title is apt The Maruis is a horrible heartless unconscionable person who I do not believe for a second truly redeemed himself in this book I don't know why the heroine was drawn to him I never was Dark heroes are tough to pull off I confess to enjoying them when it works but there are a few ingredients missing from the recipe in this book First the Maruis didn't have any particularly good reason to be a jerk There was some drivel about his parents sprinkled in there but it really didn't amount to much than arrogance determination to die young because his father did and disdain for women children and most men for that matter Second the Maruis had no redeeming ualities whatsoever Dark heroes need to have a crack in their facade and it has to be a facade it can't go to the core of them I felt like this darkness went to the core of the Maruis at least in part because he didn't have redeeming ualities and when it goes to the core it can't be reformed This guy was a real honest to goodness class A ae He had no principles at all He set out to seduce the heroine with no ualms about ruining her or hurting her He just wanted her He set out to destroy a house full of orphans because they were inconvenient His change in the end was admittedly only because he wanted the heroine and even then I didn't believe he would have changed at all even on a skin deep level Third the heroine should not be randomly attracted to the hero for no particular reason whatsoever other than it's convenient to the plot She has to see something in him something the reader too can see Or she at least has to be set inescapably in his orbit There was no real reason the heroine needed to interact with the Maruis at all in this book To make a long story short too late There is a fine line between a dark hero and a total jerk Which side of the line any given character falls on may be largely a matter of opinion but I find myself astounded at the 4 star ratings on this book This guy was horrible and he turned this into one of those trite romances where the heroine saves the hero making him something completely different from what he was in the first place in order to make him an acceptable love Real change has to come from the inside not the outsideI do not recommend

London's Perfect ScoundrelEvie 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 instruction The idea of joining in her project is unthinkable but this enchantress refuses to g. Utterly forgettableDo you know how I can be so sure Because I read this a few years ago and accidentally picked it up again not realizing I had read it before It started to seem vaguely familiar when the heroine kidnapped the no wait I can't call him a hero I will give it this much The title is apt The Maruis is a horrible heartless unconscionable person who I do not believe for a second truly redeemed himself in this book I don't know why the heroine was drawn to him I never was Dark heroes are tough to pull off I confess to enjoying them when it works but there are a few ingredients missing from the recipe in this book First the Maruis didn't have any particularly good reason to be a jerk There was some drivel about his parents sprinkled in there but it really didn't amount to much than arrogance determination to die young because his father did and disdain for women children and most men for that matter Second the Maruis had no redeeming ualities whatsoever Dark heroes need to have a crack in their facade and it has to be a facade it can't go to the core of them I felt like this darkness went to the core of the Maruis at least in part because he didn't have redeeming ualities and when it goes to the core it can't be reformed This guy was a real honest to goodness class A ae He had no principles at all He set out to seduce the heroine with no ualms about ruining her or hurting her He just wanted her He set out to destroy a house full of orphans because they were inconvenient His change in the end was admittedly only because he wanted the heroine and even then I didn't believe he would have changed at all even on a skin deep level Third the heroine should not be randomly attracted to the hero for no particular reason whatsoever other than it's convenient to the plot She has to see something in him something the reader too can see Or she at least has to be set inescapably in his orbit There was no real reason the heroine needed to interact with the Maruis at all in this book To make a long story short too late There is a fine line between a dark hero and a total jerk Which side of the line any given character falls on may be largely a matter of opinion but I find myself astounded at the 4 star ratings on this book This guy was horrible and he turned this into one of those trite romances where the heroine saves the hero making him something completely different from what he was in the first place in order to make him an acceptable love Real change has to come from the inside not the outsideI do not recommend

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London's Perfect Scoundrel î 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 beautiful lady wants to aid the children of the Heart of Hope Orphanage and he heads the board of trustees. 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 herThis 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 Free read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ñ Suzanne Enoch

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Suzanne Enoch ñ 4 Download Ive 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 reform. 3 to 35 stars I liked but didn't love this book I don't mind the good old 'reform of a rake' trope and particularly in the earlier part of the book Saint was well and truly a proper rake His personal journey to becoming less self centred and able to be monogamous was done uite well I liked both Evie and Saint I liked Evie's independence of mind and her determination to do something meaningful in her life What annoyed me about the book and made me unable to give a higher rating was the plot The whole thing with the view spoiler kidnapping hide spoiler