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Lady Rogue

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The Barnes Noble ReviewGender bending spying blackmail and a charming love story are just a few of the elements to enjoy in Suzanne Enoch's popular historical romance now back in print It pits a woman who's no lady Christine Kit Brantley a smuggler's daughter disguised as a boy against a man who's hardly a gentleman Alex Cale the earl of Everton Kit has been dispatched to find out. I love when I randomly find a hidden gem I loved this one

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Which English peer is trying to stop her father's smuggling trade in France Calling in an old debt of honor her father stashes her at Alexander Cale's London home for a few weeks In her guise as a boy Kit plays cards and drinks with the best of them; there's even a woman or two that is falling for her But despite her outrageous behavior Alex uncovers her secret and suspects she's s. My 4th book by Suzanne Enoch that I read in 2 weeks and this one was a charm First I have to say I love the cover and name which implies the unusual story This was well developed story of love and also some smuggling which kept my interest to the end

Suzanne Enoch ↠ 9 Review

Pying for Napoleon Witty dialogue and high spirits mark the growing relationship between the two as they fall in love despite their best intentions against the background of elegant London society and the Napoleonic Wars Even when you can predict the final arc Enoch throws in curveballs escapades and family secrets to keep the plot running at full tilt until the finale Ginger Curwe. This is really a 3 12 but I'm rating it 4 stars out of necessity This is not a bad book1 genderbendercrossdressing female lead gets to chill with the big boys clubs and drinking etc1 witty dialogue with sexy beast hero1 heroes bffs banter and delusional Reg 1 Spy romance bs 1 random French phrases disturbingly simply 1 underdeveloped villains and the father I don't even understand him5 overall enjoyment it was actually kinda fun to read despite the lamenessSee 3 12 perfect Its not a bad read There are good points but unfortunately it was fraught with my biggest pet peeves I do not like Spy romance the historical kind or otherwise usually The villains were half baked and uninteresting and the father was this gray character whose actions makes little sense Now the French phrases is almost the entire reason why I didn't enjoy it as much as I should have It appeared as if SE decided to look through a French dictionary and threw in some nonsense phrases I don't know how see expected to do that when it is every poser's tactic to look cooler throw in some fancy words If it was a contemporary novel I might have expected croissant and cripes part of the insults since they all sound so French Overall its not really bad Enjoyable if it didn't have such weird problems Its mediocre at best since neither the hero nor the heroine were highly memorable They followed the typical fashion entertainingly but without the special 'umph'Another pet peeve was the former mistress bitch face Why must we use the same pattern Why is there never any understanding It was a freaking business arrangement The Information Technology Revolution: The Complete Guide predict the final arc Enoch throws in curveballs escapades and family secrets to keep the The State of Water plot running at full tilt until the finale Ginger Curwe. This is really a 3 12 but I'm rating it 4 stars out of necessity This is not a bad book1 genderbendercrossdressing female lead gets to chill with the big boys clubs and drinking etc1 witty dialogue with sexy beast hero1 heroes bffs banter and delusional Reg 1 Spy romance bs 1 random French Solutions Manual for Insulation Coordination for Power Systems phrases disturbingly simply 1 underdeveloped villains and the father I don't even understand him5 overall enjoyment it was actually kinda fun to read despite the lamenessSee 3 12 Garfield Swallows His Pride perfect Its not a bad read There are good Titanshade points but unfortunately it was fraught with my biggest AI Weiwei's Blog: Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, 2006-2009 pet Minds of the West: Ethnocultural Evolution in the Rural Middle West, 1830-1917 peeves I do not like Spy romance the historical kind or otherwise usually The villains were half baked and uninteresting and the father was this gray character whose actions makes little sense Now the French Surf Craft phrases is almost the entire reason why I didn't enjoy it as much as I should have It appeared as if SE decided to look through a French dictionary and threw in some nonsense Semblance and Event: Activist Philosophy and the Occurrent Arts phrases I don't know how see expected to do that when it is every Telling Teddy (Dear Teddy: A Journal Of A Boy poser's tactic to look cooler throw in some fancy words If it was a contemporary novel I might have expected croissant and cripes Cool Optical Illusions: Creative Activities That Make Math & Science Fun for Kids! part of the insults since they all sound so French Overall its not really bad Enjoyable if it didn't have such weird Everwar problems Its mediocre at best since neither the hero nor the heroine were highly memorable They followed the typical fashion entertainingly but without the special 'umph'Another Hot Head (Head pet Hot Head peeve was the former mistress bitch face Why must we use the same The Killing Ritual pattern Why is there never any understanding It was a freaking business arrangement


10 thoughts on “Lady Rogue

  1. says:

    When a wayward boy lands on his doorstep Alexander Cale Earl of Everton only thinks it's to pay a debt owned But when he finds out the lad is a young woman Christine Kit Brantley he feels drawn to her but when he finds out she's a spy he'll do anything in his power in order to protect her if she let's him of course A fun action packed read with Suzanne Enoch writing a new twist on an old tale Kit and her father have been smuggling foods and such into France as the war raged on unknown to Kit is her father is smuggling the blankets but weapons for a supporter of Napoleon In England Kit’s job is the find the man whom stopped their shipment Under thelong time disguise of an boy Kit enters the house of Alexander Cale Earl of Everton Thinking it’‘l be a breeze Kit is dismayed to that Alex saw through her so uickly but as she plays the spy game she can’t help but start to fall in love with Alex whom shows her a different world full of light and love Alex has been working for the government in order to stop the smugglers from getting weapons to France Seeing behind Kit’s disguise he can’t help but be drawn to this feisty woman but when he finds out Kit maybe over her head with her spy game Alex must pull in all his wits in order to protect the woman he’s fallen in love with The face paced action of Lady Rouge and the banter between Alex and Kit were the true highlights of the book Kit and Alex feel an attraction to one another but at the same time can only tell half truths to one another as they play a life and death game Kit wants to stand on her own and has for many years by her father’s side while at the same time Alex wants to protect Kit from harm Instead of the story being dragged along with Kit’s disguise the cat’s out of the bag in a few short pages Alex knew how to play his cards right and felt and later knew Kit was the spy he was after I loved Alex with his easy charm and the way he cared deeply for Kit after his first marriage wasn’t willing to take a chance at love again but Kit with her mischief brought Alex out of his gloom Kit was a lot of fun as she fought her way from war torn France to tracking down the man who was stopping shipments Kit had a good heart and hated what became of France she’s seen the worse but she didn’t let it get her down but it didn’t put trust as an option when it came to others Kit and Alex fought long and hard for their feelings and while many misunderstandings and half truths bugged me I still enjoyed when they found their HEA With the adventure and the spy game the book’s pace flies by as your uickly drawn into the story the secondary characters added to the story but didn’t take away from the main coupleOverall a fun and enjoyable with new twists to an old plots and finding a great love in the spy game


  2. says:

    I love when I randomly find a hidden gem I loved this one


  3. says:

    ExcerptWhen the dripping wet ragamuffin showed up on his doorstep late one night Alexander Cale Earl of Everton uickly discovers that the cheeky lad was actually an enchanting––but infuriating––chit Kit is astonished that the devastatingly attractive Earl saw through her disguise in record time But his charms is something she can ill afford yet cannot resist When danger threatens both their lives only love can can save themPerhaps i went into this book with too much expectancy of it being as good as Suzanne's Lessons in Love trilogy because it feel flat to me The first couple of chapters had me hooked Then the plot started to slow Get no where And basically repeat itself over and over again Kit was who is the Englishman trying to stop the shipment of weapons to my father I hope no one finds out i'm a girlI love wearing mens clothing and hanging out with the guys and gosh Alex is hot Alex was i want to sleep with Kit Is Kit a spy If she is can i trust her i hope no one finds out Kit is a girl It basically got really really dull and flat fast Suzanne really could have wrapped up the story a 100 pages earlier and have gotten the same result There is a thing called editing If the book feels like your going no where or repeating yourself then editing is your best friend Suzanne and all authors Lesser pages doesn't mean a lesser uality book Perhaps i'm being a bit harsh here but i was expecting something better than repetitiveness and redundancy


  4. says:

    35 starsI read this as BOTM This was my first book by Suzanne Enoch It started off slow and I had a hard time getting into it I did not much care for Alexander Cale the Earl of Everton; but I appreciated that he immediately recognized Christine Kit Brantley as the female she was Fortunately the story picked up I enjoyed experiencing Christine's life both as a boy and for the first time as a lady I also enjoyed the Spy Intrigue and corresponding actionIt seems like this should have been part of a series All of Alex's cronies deserve happy endings of their own I was a little surprised when I checked and it's not


  5. says:

    My 4th book by Suzanne Enoch that I read in 2 weeks and this one was a charm First I have to say I love the cover and name which implies the unusual story This was well developed story of love and also some smuggling which kept my interest to the end


  6. says:

    I am a fan of Suzanne Enoch's novels and this one I just loved The MCs in the story were very loveable and the banter between the two was welcoming It was uite a surprise and well worth the readThe pacing in the story was very nice and not rushed to show the attraction and then love that each felt for one another It has it twists and turns and laughable moments It started off a bit slow for me but turned into a page turner and me wanting to know the outcome Very very nice one by SE40 Stars


  7. says:

    5 stars All the books I’ve read by this author have been rated high I really liked this one too Great chemistry between the hero and heroine No insta love Spunky heroine and a really sweet hero Interesting plot and a good flow all around Definitely one of my favorites


  8. says:

    I seldom read romance novels but I enjoyed every page of this book


  9. says:

    This is really a 3 12 but I'm rating it 4 stars out of necessity This is not a bad book1 genderbendercrossdressing female lead gets to chill with the big boys clubs and drinking etc1 witty dialogue with sexy beast hero1 heroes bffs banter and delusional Reg 1 Spy romance bs 1 random French phrases disturbingly simply 1 underdeveloped villains and the father I don't even understand him5 overall enjoyment it was actually kinda fun to read despite the lamenessSee 3 12 perfect Its not a bad read There are good points but unfortunately it was fraught with my biggest pet peeves I do not like Spy romance the historical kind or otherwise usually The villains were half baked and uninteresting and the father was this gray character whose actions makes little sense Now the French phrases is almost the entire reason why I didn't enjoy it as much as I should have It appeared as if SE decided to look through a French dictionary and threw in some nonsense phrases I don't know how see expected to do that when it is every poser's tactic to look cooler throw in some fancy words If it was a contemporary novel I might have expected croissant and cripes part of the insults since they all sound so French Overall its not really bad Enjoyable if it didn't have such weird problems Its mediocre at best since neither the hero nor the heroine were highly memorable They followed the typical fashion entertainingly but without the special 'umph'Another pet peeve was the former mistress bitch face Why must we use the same pattern Why is there never any understanding? It was a freaking business arrangement


  10. says:

    Doesn't this book just look and sound lame? I got it because I like gender benders almost as much as long walks on the beach meaning I've never done it but never tire of hearing about it as it always makes me giggle one way or anotherAnywho the book was great The wit wasn't forced the story was solid the characters weren't annoying This is rare in romance novels


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