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Suzanne Enoch is an American Author. She was born and raised in southern California in the United States. She is a bestselling writer of contemporary and historical Regency romance novels. She attended the University of California, Irvine and earned a degree in English. Suzanne Enoch started writing her own stories at an early age, and her first work was in the romantic fantasy genre after she completed her degree. She also began writing Regency romances and her first book, The Black Duke’s Price, was published in 1995. In 2002, she left employed to devote herself fulltime to writing. Suzanne Enoch continued writing in both genres and in 2005 published her first Contemporary romantic suspense novel. Suzanne Enoch is the author of more than thirty Regency romances including the popular Regencies, The Black Duke’s Prize and Angel’s Devil , her other works include Lady Rogue, By Love Undone, Stolen Kisses, Taming Rafe and Reforming a Rake. She is also the author of nine series of novels including the Scandalous Brides series and Scandalous Highlander series. Her novels regularly appear on The New York Times Bestsellers list, the USA Toady and Publishers Weekly lists. Suzanne Enoch lives in California, and she loves reading and movies; she is a big fan of The Star Wars.
A Beginning Guide to Rakes is the first novel of The Scandalous Bride Series. In the book, all London is awash with the news of the arrival of the utterly alluring and recently windowed Diane Benchley. People are wondering whether she will marry again and how she will use her late husband’s fortune. Society is appalled by her announcement that she intends to open an upmarket gentleman’s club in the family mansion. The most stunned of all is Oliver Warren, the Marquis of Hay bury. In the past Oliver and Diane had indulged a private indiscretion and now Diane is threatening to expose Oliver’s ungentlemanly secrets if he doesn’t help her. Oliver Warren is a well known gambler and a rake, and he is overqualified to teach Diane how to run her business. Making a deal with Diane could be the greatest risk Oliver has ever taken in his life. This time round what is at stake is his heart! The book opens in a gaming room with Oliver and his gambling companions playing while discussing the return of Diane and the fate of the family manor which had been in the Benchley’s family for generations. Very few things in the world could make Oliver Warren flinch, and Diane’s name is among the few. Diane Benchley is known as Lady Cameron in London, and Oliver Warren is certain they will soon meet in one place or the other, given that Mayfair is a small place, smaller than even Vienna. This thought fills him with apprehension and he downs his glass of whiskey and pours himself another. Meanwhile, Diane Benchley, Lady Cameron, is seated at her late husband’s desk sifting through figures, decimals and subtractions on a pile of papers when her companion, Jenny informs her that she has a visitor. Diane reminds her companion that she is not receiving visitor at all but Jenny informs her that the caller is Lord Cameron. Diane is shaken by the news thinking that her husband has risen from the dead. However, she soon recovers and realizes that the Lord Cameron is her late husband’s younger brother, Antony Benchley, who inherited the title upon her husband death. She rises from her desk with the intention of finishing with him as quickly as possible. Jenny asks Diane what Lord Cameron may want and Diane replies that like all men of the Benchley family he wants money and possibly the Adam House which Diane is unwilling to part with. As she had imagined, Lord Cameron wants her to give him Adam House to help him settle some of the family debts incurred by late her husband. Diane informs him that that is the only property she has and as such she cannot give it to him. The brief meeting ends, and Diane and Jenny escort Lord Cameron to the entrance. Upon his departure Diane and Jenny decide to move into the Adam House as it can be a good venue for the activities.
Taming the Impossible Rogue is the second book of the Scandalous Bribe series. In the book it is about a year since Lady Camille abandoned her fiancé at the altar and for a good reason. The marriage was arranged while she was still a toddler and her fiancé had taken her for granted and had done little to know her. Alone in the world, disowned by her family and with no husband to support her, Lady Camille was left with no option but to seek employment at the Tantalus Club. Tantalus is a gentleman’s gaming house that is managed by a woman and is not a place for person of Camille’s social status to work. To save his face, Lady Camille’s abandoned fiancé must save her from that situation. But the man is not allowed into the Tantalus Club and has to employ his never do well cousin to help him. Keating Blackwood is a good looking, experienced thug who is the ideal man to lure Lady Camille away from the Club. However, when he meets Camille, Keating decides to save her for himself. Will it be possible? It may happen if Camille can get him to place his cards on the table and expose his true feelings and heart. The book opens with Keating Blackwood coming awake with the sound of gunfire. There is someone in his room, someone he hadn’t invited there. He keeps his eyes closed and stirs just enough to slip his hand below the pillow where his knife is resting. Just then the intruder addresses him asking him whether Keating knew that it was already midday. The intruder the draws the curtains and sunlight floods the room. Now Keating recognizes the intruder, it is his cousin who is the marquis of Fenton, Stephen Pollard. Stephen Pollard explains to Keating that his fiancée, Lady Camille, fled from him at the altar. Now Stephen is the laughing stock of London because she would rather earn a living, serving his peers, than marry him. She works at the newest Club in London called The Tantalus which is run by Lady Cameron, who is now Lady Haybury as she married Oliver Warren, Marquis of Hay bury. Stephen wants Keating to go fetch his fiancée from the Tantalus club.
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