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Untamed Rogue, Scandalous Mistress (Ramsden Brothers #3)

3.62  ·  Rating Details ·  87 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Self-made miss Aurora Calhoun has always possessed an uncommon amount of sense when it comes to men. However, within minutes of colliding with Lord Ramsden's carriage, she finds herself kissing the incorrigible rogue!

Crispin Ramsden feels restrained by the shackles of his unwanted inheritance. Especially when he is faced with a woman whose impetuous nature ignites a passio
Mass Market Paperback, 282 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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Harlequin Historical
linked to Notorious Rake, Innocent Lady and The Earl's Forbidden Ward, 1830s
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Jul 21, 2011 Sandy M rated it it was amazing
Shelves: historical, harlequin
I so love a story that has a hero and heroine working together to overcome conflict instead of having that conflict break them up, keep them apart, and make them snarl and snip at one another. Bronwyn Scott does that beautifully in this book, all the while giving us strong characters and a very interesting backdrop with steeplechase racing.

Crispin Ramsden has finally come home. He’s a military man, combing England and other countries for the good of his homeland. Giving up his dream of owning hi
Apr 23, 2011 Cecilia rated it it was ok
Shelves: elibrary-books
Well, one thing I will say for this book is that it didn't have babies in the epilogue. Other than that, while it wasn't a horrible read, there's not a lot that I liked about it. The setting (1835) was represented completely unconvincingly, so much so that I wonder why the author didn't just write a contemporary. The villain was ludicrously broadly-sketched - practically a black cape-wearing moustache twirler. If there'd been any railroad tracks nearby, I'm sure he'd have tied the heroine to the ...more
Jan 04, 2013 *MariaA* rated it liked it
Shelves: rose
I for one really loved this series,all three Ramsden brothers are amazing.
3.5 stars for the book because of some shortcomings in this book when compared to the other two.(they were perfect!).
4.5 stars for Crispin.
The heroine Aurora, i simply could not tolerate. The story got tedious in the middle.
I liked the character of Crispin more in the previous two books,in this one he was rather dark.
This book felt more like a western texan kind than placed in 1835 england.
Towards the end the author ShOulD
Barb in Maryland
I had read several nice reviews of this and the library had it so i thought I would give it a try.


To borrow from one of the AAR reviewers--the writing was good-ish, the characters were nice-ish, etc, etc. Supposedly set in 1835 (why then?), there weren't a whole lotta pointers to make you believe that the date was important to the way the story unfolded.
I never grasped the bad guy's motivation, just didn't ring true for me.
And I am guessing that the fate of the young lady at the end was lef
Jul 06, 2010 SheLove2Read marked it as dnf
Shelves: 2011
Nothing wrong with the book, just wasn't holding my interest right now. Scott is almost always a fabulous writer.
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Oct 17, 2010 Dancer rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book suffers from a weak middle, but, overall, it is an enjoyable read, demonstrating a strong female character.
Oct 17, 2010 Dancer rated it really liked it
The book's middle part was too slow, but the development of Aurora's and Crispin's characters covered the weaknesses.
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