Books by Suzanne Enoch

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Scot Under the Covers

Scot Under the Covers is an entertaining tale of erroneous first impressions, family loyalty, a sensual attraction against better judgment, and a dastardly villain - oh, and a few kilts too. There were some things that didn’t work for me in the story but overall, it was a fun, light read and a nic ...

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London's Perfect Scoundrel

A DIKlassic Review originally published on May 29, 2003 This is such a wonderful and engaging book! I always forget how much I enjoy Suzanne Enoch until I read another of her books. London's Perfect Scoundrel features two incredible lead characters who change for the better over the course of the ...

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Hero in the Highlands

Suzanne Enoch has a long line of successful Scottish romances behind her, and this book is a delightful addition to her long backlist. She takes us back to the highlands in her latest set of Scottish-set romances, No Ordinary Hero, the first of which, Hero in the Highlands, features career soldier G ...

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Rogue With a Brogue

Sometimes when I request review books, I’ll choose one or two titles from the list we’re sent and then I’ll ask our esteemed editor to throw in another couple of books to make up the numbers. This was one of those “throw-ins”, but I’ve read and enjoyed other books by this author, so I wa ...

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The Devil Wears Kilts

There are so many books out there it is hard to figure out what to read. Reviews help, but not everyone has the same opinion - sometimes you read a book that’s been highly recommended, and something in it just doesn’t work for you. And then sometimes you get a book you expect to be cliched, and ...

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The Handbook to Handling His Lordship

I’ve read and enjoyed the other books in this series, so came to this one with reasonably high expectations of enjoyment, and I’m pleased to report that I wasn’t disappointed. I liked the story and the way the author built the romance between two people for whom life hasn’t been particularl ...

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Rules to Catch a Devilish Duke

Every now and then, a true character driven romance is just what I need to read. When the author puts the time and effort into the characterizations, it always shows. And it eliminates the need for Plots or Big Misunderstandings. Those are the books that make it easy to get lost in the story. ...

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Taming an Impossible Rogue

I am really upset with Suzanne Enoch. Here’s a book that I loved enough to stay up to read in one sitting waiting for the happily ever after. But Ms. Enoch gives us her typical ending with no glimpse into the HEA itself, just the very start of their commitment to each other. It left so many questi ...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Rakes

In Ms. Enoch’s latest, The Beginner’s Guide to Rakes, the first paragraph reads: “Very few things in the world could make Oliver Warren, the Marquis of Haybury, flinch. He could count those things on one hand, in fact. The yowling of small children. The squeak of rusted metal. And the mention ...

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The Care and Taming of a Rogue

Ms. Enoch’s latest book should be a lesson to anyone writing outlandish plots. It is possible, believe it or not, to temper the extreme with plain ole plausibility. Hail the returning adventurer – Captain Bennett Wolfe is back! Except all of London thinks he’s dead, courtesy of Bennett's co ...