Catherine's Reviews > Taming an Impossible Rogue
by Suzanne Enoch
||19.0%||""I don't have ill luck," Keating protested. "I make ill choices. There's a very large difference."" 15 comments|
||29.0%||"He'd lusted after women before, far more often and for less reason than he should have, but he couldn't recall that he'd ever actually liked any of them. Liked, appreciated, enjoyed. This realization seemed very significant, but his mind insisted that it didn't matter. He had obligations that superseded his affection for a woman he'd barely met. In addition, if he'd learned one [cont'd]" 1 comment|
||34.0%||"And what he wanted from her in addition to friendship didn't signify, anyway. Men like him didn't win the hearts of virginal chits. He might warrant an infatuation from her, but anything else would only leave her bloody, battered, and bruised."|
"I thought that was you skulking by the door."
"I'm a duke. I don't skulk; I strategically overhear.""
"I'm no good for you," he said, his mouth dry.
"I don't want you to be good for me.""
||49.0%||"That small movement nearly did him in, and he snapped at the driver to leave before he could do something even more foolish and kiss her. Because apparently even with the evidence of his past sins splattered on the ground around her feet, she still liked him. And that wasn't supposed to happen."|
||50.0%||""We are a scandalous place, you have a scandalous reputation, and you have befriended a very scandalous man. Either change one--or all--of those things, or...make yourself a thicker skin, Cammy.""|
He scowled. "Stop being such a clever chit. It'll do you no good."
"No. It's far better to be mercenary than clever. Act for your own preservation rather than wasting your time deciphering everyone else's motivations.""
"Evidently, however, two martyrs aimed in the same direction could easily conquer and destroy any possible means to happiness before them."-Greaves on Camille and Keating" 4 comments