Always A Scoundrel

Always A Scoundrel

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Never a gentleman . . . until now.

Lord 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 enough—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; more so since he's close friends with the man about to ruin her family! She has her own plan though, and Bram may be just what she requires—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 heart.



Baker & Taylor
Notorious rogue Lord Bramwell Johns, while relieving London's least deserving aristocrats of their ill-gotten jewels, overhears an argument that prompts him to save Lady Rosamund Davies from an arranged marriage to a man even worse than himself. 250,000 first printing. Original.

Publisher: [New York] : HarperCollins e-books, [2009]
ISBN: 9780061866722
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haydentastic
Dec 11, 2012

The last read of the three friends and this was the best! I loved Braum and finally getting to know this mysterious man in black.

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Sarah1984
Aug 13, 2012

Not her best. It seemed to me that she had borrowed a few ideas from other romances and recreated them, inferiorly. Bramwell's motive for being a cat burglar was very weak and seemed to simply be a plot device so that Enoch could show the scandalous ways that he needed to be reformed or saved from.

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