Sunday, March 18, 2012

Review of : TAMING AN IMPOSSIBLE ROGUE by Suzanne Enoch


Scandalous Brides #2
historical romance
St Martin's Press

Lady Camille Pryce left her arrogant fiance at the alter. After everyone turned their backs on her, she was fortunate enough to find work at the famed Tantalus Club.

Keating Blackwood has shunned society since his last scandal. Now his haughty, self-important cousin, Stephen Pollard, the Marquis of Fenton is demanding Keating bring his fiancee back to him. For Stephen has been barred from entering the Tantalus Club, and can't do so himself.
Can Keating convince Camille to marry his cousin? 


 
*****

Suzanne Enoch is one of my favorite historical romance authors, and in Taming an Impossible Rogue she did not disappoint!


Keating was able to draw Camille out of herself, and made her dare to seek more out of life. I loved how they would tease and tantalize each other. They had a fantastic chemistry that positively sizzled. I also loved how he was upfront with her about everything that was going on. 
 
One of my biggest pet peeves in books is when there is a huge misunderstanding that could be easily avoided. Instead Ms. Enoch has Camille and Keating aware of what is going on, creating even more challenging scenarios as these characters have learned to love each other, but they cannot find a way out of their situation. Well, of course there is a solution to their problem so that they can find their Happily Ever After, otherwise I wouldn't be reading a romance.

I look forward to Ms. Enoch's next book, and to more of the ladies of the Tantalus Club.