First friends, then enemies . . .
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 more than getting on his last nerve, she can't deny Max drives her to distraction— even if she tries to pretend otherwise.
Now something more . . .
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 gatherings . . . she is always there. Mocking him, tossing punch in his face, driving him mad . . . until one night, she goes too far and he retaliates in the only way he can: with a kiss that changes everything.
So What Did I Think Of All The Ways To Ruin a Rogue by Sophie Jordan?
I’ve read the first story in the series A Good Debutante’s Guide to Ruin and liked it so was interested in reading the next book in the series and I’m happy to say that I really enjoyed All The Ways to Ruin a Rogue.
First off I love a great hate to love romance so I was defiantly interested in seeing how things would work out between Aurelia and Max. The fact that they were childhood friends and things went wrong between them to the point that they hated each other really brought up the drama and excitement for me when they came back together.
Aurelia and Max were really complex characters with big personality that defiantly didn’t hold back, they really challenged each other but still got to know who they really where, throwing away the assumptions that they made up and the hurt feelings. The romance was blazingly passionate, really burning up the pages.
The story had a smooth action packed writing style told in multiple point of views with a strong emotions that I quickly connected with. Overall All The Ways To Ruin A Rogue by Sophie Jordan had all the elements that made it a very enjoyable read for me that had me really engaged.