Books by Suzanne Enoch

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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 ...

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Always a Scoundrel

The last time I gave a DIK to Suzanne Enoch, it was London’s Perfect Scoundrel, about a seriously bad boy scoundrel (duh) who falls for a proper lady and rescues her from her uncaring, exploitative family. Now, normally when I encounter repeat plots I start thinking the author’s run out of juice ...

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Before the Scandal

I read and reviewed a Suzanne Enoch book several years ago, and was not particularly impressed. Since it had been so long - and since Enoch has received may positive reviews in the meantime - I thought it might be time to give her another go. I'm glad I did, because I really liked Before the Scandal ...

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Sins of a Duke

I read the first twenty pages of Suzanne Enoch’s Sins of a Duke, sighed, and settled in for a fantastic read. After all, the heroine - before being properly introduced - had just slapped the hero across the face in front of a ballroom full of people. Enoch's new romance is loosely connected to ...

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Billionaires Prefer Blondes

Billionaires Prefer Blondes is the third in Suzanne Enoch’s series starring “reformed” art thief Samantha Jellicoe and her billionaire boyfriend Rick Addison. I haven’t read the first two books in the series (I am planning to remedy that as soon as I can), but I wasn’t at all lost. What I ...

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Something Sinful

Something Sinful is the third book in a series. Somehow I’ve missed the other two books, Sin and Sensibility and An Invitation to Sin, so the family members involved were a tad confusing at first. However, after the initial who’s who, I figured it all out, then sat back and enjoyed myself. ...

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Don't Look Down

Generally AAR reviewers try not to review two books in a row from an author so that our readers will get a variety of opinions. When I saw Don’t Look Down on the list of books needing review, I asked to break our rule. I read Flirting with Danger, the first book in this series, about a year ago an ...

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An Invitation to Sin

For the first half of An Invitation to Sin, I thought Ms. Enoch had escaped the Avon curse. In the mid-nineties Avon hit it big with several of their historical authors. These authors were publishing Regency-set historicals and since the books sold so well, the publisher decided all their (or as man ...

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Flirting with Danger

Okay, so sexy (British, no less!) 33-year old billionaires are pretty scarce on the ground. Ditto a mid-twenties professional female thief who scales walls and enters lavish mansions through sun roofs and windows to steal rare objects of art. But, anybody willing to forget about reality and let them ...

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Sin and Sensibility

I admit that, in its early chapters, I didn’t like Sin and Sensibility very much. The main characters seemed both unoriginal and unlikable, and I was all set for another stale, uninspired Regency Historical with nothing new or interesting about it. But the author skillfully brings those same chara ...