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Taming an Impossible Rogue

(Scandalous Brides #2)

3.87  ·  Rating details ·  2,242 ratings  ·  158 reviews

One year ago, Lady Camille Pryce left her haughty fiancé at the altar—for good reason. Not only was the marriage arranged before she could even walk, her betrothed was too smug to exert himself to meet her! Now, disowned, with no husband or family to support her, she’s left with one option: go to work in the notorious Tantalus Club…

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Paperback, 352 pages
Published March 27th 2012 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
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Al George
Apr 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing
High Lar Ious

Setting / Time / Genre: Regency, London

Length: 352 glorious pages of banter and sarcasm and wit

Series: Yes.

Sexy times: Three, I believe. All charming. Not terribly descriptive. The word "cock" is used frequently. And when I say charming, I mean charming: "A she bounced up and down on him enthusiastically, he lost the power of speech." and "May I touch you there?...Please do, not jabbing or yanking though." Charming.

Plan on reading more by the author: Oh hell yes.

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Annie
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Fans of both Lisa Kleypas and Julia Quinn should really take a look at Suzanne Enoch’s books. As a fan of both Kleypas and Quinn, it’s hard to find another author that grabs my attention as they do. However, upon picking up TAMING AN IMPOSIBLE ROGUE, I knew right away that Enoch would become an author I would be interested in reading more of.

The opening paragraph alone captured my attention and it was then that I realized that I was missing out big time.

“Keating Blackw
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Becca
Jan 22, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: on-my-shelf
Taming an Impossible Rogue is laugh out loud funny and was a five star read up until the very end when the book just well, ends. I think there needed to be an extra 10 or 15 pages in there or an epilogue...something!

I did this as a BR with Ally and boy did we have fun. There are countless one line zingers and hilarious situations in this book. We had a three chapter a night limit on the BR and we both had trouble sticking to it because this book was so funny it was hard to put down.

This is book
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Gio Listmaker
Feb 09, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dnf
DNF At 57%

What The "CHIT"

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CHIT Or CHITS!! The Hero's Endearment To All Women

CHIT Definition

noun: DEROGATORY•BRITISH

noun: chit; plural noun: chits

a young woman regarded with disapproval for her immaturity or lack of respect.



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Mentioned The Word 69 Times

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I Have A Slight Interest In The Secondary Characters But Only If The Book Was Free









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Becky
Jan 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is the second book of the Scandalous Brides series. This is fine to be read as a standalone. The characters from the previous book are in it briefly, but nothing you would need to know the background story.

Camille is our heroine and I really enjoyed her. She' just so likable. She was funny, sweet, just a tad sassy but not overwhelming. She was raised in a wealthy home and has been betrothed pretty much since birth. Waiting her whole life, her fiance never even bothers to say hi to her, let
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Lacey
Feb 13, 2019 rated it it was ok
Finally finished this book! Omg, it felt like forever!

This wasn't the rating I thought I would be giving this book based on all those positive reviews. Really, there are only positive reviews! Maybe one or two readers gave it less than 3 stars. So why didn't I like it?
It just didn't work out for me. I got bored with the story, there's an overuse of the word CHIT! Omg, the hero calls every female a chit! It was so annoying!
I'm giving it 2 stars because I liked the banter between the MC, they're
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Amanda
Mar 29, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: romance
This suddenly became a DNF. I really enjoy Enoch's writing, but this one felt like a historical Facebook novel. The characters are well written, but they lack direction in their lives in general. The secondary characters are very supportive, but again, I was unsure of their underlying motives--which may well be a device for the next book in the series, but since I didn't finish it, I don't know. The part that got me that made this a DNF was that the main character was late to work! For a woman t ...more
Katherine Grey
Apr 07, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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Vampire-lk
A Must Read!!!!!!!! ❤️

Awwwww I LOVED this book!!!!!!! So full of wit,humour, tension, the meaning of sacrificing and true love!!!!!!!!
To see beyond Society's exploits within the strict rules that governed the Victorian era especially with the nobility!! Sooooo mad at her parents so uncaring & too disown based off of propriety structure their 'beloved' eldest daughter all because she has a spine and stood up against her parents and society's arranged marriage!!!!

Hate the scheming Elenor and the
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Jennifer
Apr 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
If you're in the mood for something brainy, this is not the book to pick up. But, if you're looking to sail away for a bit into a land of outlandish rogues and slightly fallen women, then dig in. This was a fun, quick read that I found myself not being able to put down. If this book were a food for me, it would be a chocolate truffle--I would know that it was a little bit naughty, but also rather delicious. ...more
Caroline The HEA Lover
Jan 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: historical, romance, 2012
A very cute story. I really like both Hero and Heroine. A good addition to the series *g* Now I can't WAIT for the next book!!!! ...more
Lupdilup
Apr 10, 2012 rated it really liked it
I had no intention to start this audiobook today, but it just grabbed me... Oracle's Moon.. you're next. ...more
Aly is so frigging bored
This book is boring me to death! I just couldn't and didn't want to finish it... ...more
Audrey
Aug 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
"That was the thing about courage, she was discovering. it opened so much more of the world to her than she'd expected." loved Keating & Camille from the beginning, they brought out the best in each other. excited to read greaves story next. I also appreciated his line here "dukes don't skulk, they strategically overhear..." ...more
Elaine
Dec 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fave-authors, regency
Loved it. Made me laugh out loud. Loved the banter, loved Keating. 5☆
Keri
Oct 30, 2011 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars This was an absolutely fun read! Keaton Blackwood had a reputation for inebriation, women and brawling and one time six years ago all doing all three at once, got him kicked out of society. Or at least he shuffled himself off to the country in penance. Therefore he is surprised when his cousin comes to make him an offer he can't refuse. Get the cousins bride back, whom had ran away a year ago and a sum of money would be his. Piece of cake!

Camille Pryce became betrothed to her fiancé wh
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Heather
Feb 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I wish I could give this book more than 5 stars! I just loved it!

While I thought the first book in the series was good, but not great, Taming an Impossible Rogue (Scandalous Brides #2) was fantastic!

Camille Pryce was thrown into a life of scandal when she fled the alter from an arranged marriage with an arrogant and cold fiance she'd never spoken with. Camille found her way to the Tantalus Club for employment after her parents kicked her out and her friends all turned their backs on her. The Ta
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Karen
May 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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PoligirlReads
Feb 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing
With this book, I have finally discovered Enoch's secret to success: it's apoplexy. Stay with me on this one. In her last book "A Beginner's Guide to Rakes" I wrote that while she managed to avoid the word "apoplexy" (her overusage of the word is an on-going joke) the book had an odd contemporary feel and felt underdeveloped in parts. Now, with "Taming an Impossible Rogue," apoplexy is BACK! She uses it four times! This rigorous scientific study has me concluding that she uses this word all the ...more
Michelle
Apr 15, 2012 rated it really liked it
I’m really enjoyed Suzanne Enoch and the Scandalous Brides series. I’m reading them a little out of order (I read the first, then the third, then the second) so some of the reoccurring characters are a little mixed up for me. I’m really liking Ms. Enoch’s use of humor in a historical that sometimes can get lost in other stories. She can not only provide the connection between her heroine and hero and sometimes the tears, but she makes me laugh on the journey with them. In book two in the series, ...more
Mari
Sep 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing
this was such a pleasant surprise! im not new to ms enoch's works and i really enjoy her books. but i had no idea id like this one so much. ive heard keating's name around book blogs snd such much like his character here. but personally ive had one too many rogues sometimes they all seem the same. BUT no keating was definitely something else. this story reminded me a bit of p&p with some concepts which made me like it more.

keating was a fiend, blackguard in true sense. but he isnt all that bad.
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Katrina Passick Lumsden
I liked this one slightly better than the first in the series, but it was still a bit hard to stomach. The H and h are so resigned to their respective fates and it didn't exactly lend a warm and fuzzy feeling to their romance. ...more
Krista
May 18, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: romance, historical
Just close your eyes, picture period clothing, and repeat the phrases "looked at her askance" and "chit" ad naseum and you've pretty much read this novel. Ugh. ...more
Barbara
Jan 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: listened-to
This was an excellent book. Agree it needs an epilogue or something.
Chrissy
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Kristina
This was an interweaving story. It had action in it which kept me reading. It wasn’t the typical I met a girl and then fell in love with her story.

Blackwood is a rogue and he is on a job to get his cousin’s runaway bride to come back to the alter. And he needs the money for his son so he agrees. Yet, the runaway bride is working in a gentlemen club which is disgraceful for her society background. But Blackwood becomes more involved than he thought with her and after hearing her side of why she
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Aud
Jan 18, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Taming an Impossible Rogue: Scandalous Brides Series" by Suzanne Enoch
narrator: Anne Flosnik audio book downloaded from my State Library.

A fun regency romance... with some new twists and turns. a good read. & fun entertainment.
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Foggygirl
Keating and Camille had an entertaining romantic chemistry, although character wise I liked Keating better. Camille came across as a bit wishy washy and bland Keating was definitely the more colourful and entertaining character.
Robin F.
Feb 14, 2021 rated it it was ok
I did not care for either main character. The story was original. Felt like the romance scenes were a bit lackluster. I am interested in reading the 3rd book because it follows the two characters in this book that I did like.
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