This was my favorite of Suzanne Enoch's "Nororious Gentlemen" series. I was really looking forward to Lord Bramwells story and it didn't disappoint. The heroine, Lady Rosamund, is overlooked by her family and forced into marriage by her wastrel younger brother (he gets himself into debt and the family is unable to repay the money he owes). Lord Bramwell is a rake and an unlikely hero based on the previous two "Notorious Gentlemen" books. Of course, this is one of the reasons why this book is so much fun to read because he attempts to reform for Lady Rosamund's sake. He involves himself into her situation and finds himself in the middle of a mess. The man she is forced into marriage is a villain and a one time friend of Lord Bramwell's! Lady Rosamund is a sweet character and is described as being very plain in appearance. It is refreshing to read a story where the heroine isn't always breathtakingly beautiful. I also liked how Suzanne Enoch incorporated the other characters from her previous books. The epilogue was wonderful and tied the series together really well.