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doc â Always a Scoundrel ↠ Mass Market Paperback ☆ reflectionslisburnltd ò Never a gentleman until nowLord Bramwell Johns the second son of a duke is an unrepentant scoundrel Now that his two closest friends are disgustingly ensconced in domestic bliss Bram is feeling strangely restlO ruin her family She has her own plan though and Bram may be just what she reuires as long as she remembers that he is only looking out for himself As long as she remembers that his kisses and caresses don't mean anything As long as she can keep from wondering whether she can trust a scoundrel with her hea 5 stars 2020 Update I no longer consider it one of the best HRs however it still ranks very high up there May 2009 All I have to say is this Always a Scoundrel is one of THE best historical romances I have ever read and they number 350 so that is definitely saying something Would give it ten stars if I could

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Never a gentleman until nowLord Bramwell Johns the second son of a duke is an unrepentant scoundrel Now that his two closest friends are disgustingly ensconced in domestic bliss Bram is feeling strangely restless And not even relieving London's least deserving artistocrats of their ill gotten jewels is enou With SpoilersI like the hEven as she persists in sacrificing herself into a marriage with a ‘monster’ for her family’s sake Otherwise she’s sane she’s sensible and logical in her reactions and her dealings with the H and the om She never gives into melodramatic reactions or unnecessary mus She falls for the H slower than him naturally even as she weighs in everything she knows about his bad boy imageHer family is hateful especially the parents and her sister who seemingly are happy to push her into hell just so their lives remain cushy and safe Her younger brother the real cause of her helpless state is still likeable as he comes across as stupid than uncaring But I loooove the H He goes far and beyond any sense of duty or chivalry to act as knight errant to the lady in distress We read about alpha Hs who are the richest the strongest amongst their peers the first sons with name and power behind them So vanuishing enemies is easy peasy for them or at least should beBut this H is a second son or less disowned by his father living on his wits alone and much ‘weaker’ compared to his adversary who also happens to be his friend and mentor Still he stands firm against certain financial ruin and but ends up defeating his adversary So he risks everything for a woman who doesn’t even like him or trust him So this hardened rake falls for the plain h uite uncharacteristically and uite hard and even declares his love and honourable intentions to her for her to just ignore him and his words Hmmm that was one evil malevolent villain uite wasted The H and him are supposedly conscienceless rakes and worse But it's clear that the H is just continuing with his youthful rebelliousness against his cold and controlling father and he realises and mends his ways after meeting the h and seeing her selflessness vis a vis her family’s similar treatment of her I liked that he says that he’s doing it the change for himself and not for others the h or his family Coming back to the villain he sent shivers up my spine with his apparent soullessness but alas the author didn’t use him to the fullest He should have been allowed scenes machinations disruptions Went out with or without a whimper too

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Always a ScoundrelGh until the night he overhears an argument It seems that Lady Rosamund Davies is about to be forced into marriage with a rogue even worse than himself Rose is well aware of Bram's scandalous reputation so any reason for his sudden interest in her is suspect; so since he's close friends with the man about t I do not enjoy writing such reviews And this book probably won't be a 2 star read for you But it was a 1 star read for me Except the book doesn't have shoddy language or any particular red flags so I felt guilty about handing it a 1 star But the truth is I didn't enjoy a moment of it I think I zoned out so much I'm sure I was living a different story in my head I would've DNF'ed this but it was like one of those trains you board and sleep off and miss your stop My stop was 30 percent in God was this boring These are the books that drive you into reading slumps Just proceed with caution And get off the train when it's timeIt's just romance is such an immersive and beautiful genre when it gets it right Of all the romance books I've read I've probably enjoyed barely 20 percent of them But that 20 percent is worth this lot of snooze inducing rides And since romance is the most subjective of genres there's a good chance this book falls under your 20 percent so don't let me dissuade you if this sounds like your kind of ride