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There was once a lady who loathed a lord Lady Aurelia hasn't always hated Max Viscount Camden her brother's best friend In fact as a besotted girl she thrived under his kind attention—sure that he was the most noble and handsome man in the land Until her young heart discovered what manner of rogue he really was Now though she enjoys nothing than getting on his last nerve she can’t deny Max drives her to distraction—even if she tries to pretend otherwise and a lord who was confounded by a lady Max cannot recall a time when Aurelia did not vex him If she was not his friend’s sister he would stay far away from the infuriating vixen Unfortunately they are always thrown together At parties and family gatheringsshe is always there Infuriating him tossing punch in his face driving him maduntil one night she goes too far and he retaliates in the only way he can with a kiss that changes everything All the Ways to Ruin a Rogue

About the Author: Sophie Jordan

Sharie KohlerSophie Jordan took her adolescent daydreaming one step further and penned her first historical romance in the back of her high school Spanish class This passion led her to pursue a degree in English and HistoryA brief stint in law school taught her that case law was not nearly as interesting as literature teaching English seemed the natural recourse After several years teaching high school students to love Antigone Sophie resigned with the birth of her first child and decided it was time to pursue the long held dream of writingIn less than three years her first book Once Upon A Wedding Night a 2006 Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Nominee for Best First Historical hit book shelves Her second novel Too Wicked To Tame released in March 2007 with a bang landing on the USA Today Bestseller's List

10 thoughts on “All the Ways to Ruin a Rogue

  1. says:

    25 starsI sooooooooo get what you all were saying This wasn't banter teasing or sniping it was meanness I was hanging in there until around the 40% mark whe

  2. says:

    I received this ARC from Edelweiss and Avon Sophie Jordan is very prolific writer and her story telling will always bring you pleasure Unfortunately this was n

  3. says:

    That was absolutely fantastic Out of all the couples in this series Aurelia and Max probably had the most intense relationship If they weren't lusting for one ano

  4. says:

    255I uite enjoyed Sophie Jordan's debut book in this series A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruins and I especially had some fondness for Aurelia the heroine in All the Ways to Ruin a Rogue Together with the fact that this had a hate to love romance I was over the moon to dive into the book However I was left disappointed with the way the story was executedI don't know what happened between the first book and this one but Aurelia grew to be a very unlikeable character After finding her childhood crush Max frolicking around with a maid Aurelia is heartbroken and after drawing a humiliating caricature of him which earns him the name of Cockless Camden from his peers she enters this hate relationship with Max Aurelia's reasons for despising Max in the first place were rather ridiculous Firstly she had no hold whatsoever on him and who he did it with and Max never knew how she felt about his so punishing him for his flirtatious ways was over the line in my opinion There were moments where I sympathized with Aurelia because she was constantly reminded of the fact that she had no husband or prospect for that matter Despite that though the girl had so much pent up anger in her it was just really hard for me to connect with her in any way I can't say I felt any differently about Max either I may have liked him a little bit at first for not tolerating Aurelia's tantrums but by the end of the book I wasn't fond of him either I didn't like how he constantly insulted Aurelia or just stood by while other people insulted her Oh and the worse part? He never apologizes to her despite feeling regretIt was really hard to get behind their relationship because they were at each others' throats for 98% of the book All they did was fight fight and make out There was never a genuine emotional connection and while I knew they would probably make up by the end I was surprised by the I love yous because they came out of nowhere and I wasn't convinced at all They had great chemistry together and I wish it had been explored I love a good hate to love romance but the love part of the romance has to outweigh the hate part which wasn't the case in All the Ways to Ruin a Rogue Ultimately my main issue in this book stems from the fact that we don't get to see Max and Aurelia working together as a couple very much That being said Sophie Jordan has a very lovely writing style and her love scenes especially are gorgeously written but I reckon this won't be a book for everyoneIf you think you can enjoy All the Ways to Ruin a Rogue despite the points I mentioned in my review please give the book a shot because I have no doubt that this is a book that will work for other readers Otherwise if you like historical romance I still recommend the first book whole heartedly

  5. says:

    I've given this a B at AAR so 35 starsThis is one of those books I almost hesitate to confess I enjoyed The storyline is unoriginal and the hero while as manly and gorg

  6. says:

    After I finished reading this book I had to ask why I’m not reading HistoricalRegency Romance novels often? Especially the way Sophie Jordan has written Aurelia and Max

  7. says:

    Original review on Julalicious Book ParadiseI had trouble reading since the beginning of the year I only read one other book and still working on that review but still I was

  8. says:

    Review posted on Got Fiction?This was fast on its way to being a 5 star read but sadly I had to dock it a couple stars This book is lucky I didn't give it a 2I love LOVE a good

  9. says:

    What an epic disappointment These characters were so so mean to each other They never talked about ANYTHING of import and they never thought about anything except banging And of co

  10. says:

    Sooo it turns out I've read this book especially the second part Except the first time I read it it was called The Viscount Who Loved Me and it was written by Julie uinn Weird right?

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