Women Can Look Fabulous in Glasses

Do men make passes to girls who wear glasses? Of course they do, men love women in glasses. The key to being alluring is to make sure that you are wearing the right kind of glasses.

Men like women who look and feel confident. Part of obtaining that look can include several basic tips. These tips seem simple but when combined together they create a very sexy look!

1. Good grooming. This can almost go without saying but some women need reminding it seems. Clean and attractive hair that has been cut in a flattering style. Clothes that are clean and pressed with coordinating colors. Well polished nails and shoes will make you look good from tip to toe!

2. A warm and friendly smile. Brush and floss your teeth to create the perfect smile and don't forget the mouthwash. You want to have a clean and refreshing mouth for that first kiss.

Suzanne Enoch - Historical Romance at Its Best

You always know when you start a Suzanne Enoch historical romance that you are in for a whirlwind ride. Her leading ladies are not always darlings of the ton and her heroes are sometimes not of the nobility but the way she pairs them up always keeps her reader guessing and the story racing along to a satisfactory and logical conclusion. Enoch is also very subtle in showing what the high society of the 18th and 19th century valued in its man and women. Women were no more than property and if left with no male relative to look after them, they were truly nonentities. Any man, no matter who his father was, who had to earn a living was considered "common" and even if he did well and earned a great deal of respect, he was still looked down on. If you read Enoch simply for the story you will have a good read, but if you look beyond the story you will also learn a great deal about English customs and nobility. You will certainly understand why the nobility was doomed and the English had to find an outlet for all that unused talent in its second sons and commoners.

In her series, The Notorious Gentlemen, Enoch uses all those threads to present smart women who are more than pretty faces and second sons and commoners to match up with them. In Book One of the series, After the Kiss, the unacknowledged bastard son of an upstanding Lord has made a very respectable life for himself as a horse breeder. Sullivan Waring, however, takes to the night as a thief, reclaiming the paintings his mother left him which were stolen from him by his father. On one of his nighttime raids, he encounters Lady Isabel Chalsey and he can't resist a stolen kiss. One kiss can lead to a lifetime of love or denial. Only Lady Chalsey and Sullivan can find their way through the maze of English propriety to their destination.