Here's one to enjoy and is easily the best of the Notorious Gentlemen series.
Great story line. Engaging characters. It was easy to get completely caught up in the book despite the author's distracting penchant for ... ellipsis abuse.
Great book, I loved it. You really see the hero changing his character during the course of the story. Plus a great heroine with a brain. I loved that there were no silly misunderstandings between the H&H, because they communicated frankly and honestly, pretty much from the beginning.
While other authors' series start off strong but then seem to run out of steam in the later books, Enoch is the opposite. Just as "England's Perfect Hero" the last book in the "Lessons in Love" trilogy was the best one, this last book of "The Notorious Gentlemen" series is the best of the trilogy. But I still recommend reading them in order, because of the character development. I probably would not have appreciated this book as much without having read "Before The Scandal" and "After The Kiss".
Love her books, you will enjoy the setting, intrigue and the storyline. Great back and forth with the storyline and plot. Combines perfect sizzle and adventure. She does not disappoint with her books. Great read.