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Devil's Dare (Harlequin Historical, No 300)
Devil's Dare - Harlequin Historical, No 300
Author: Laurie Grant
ISBN-13: 9780373289004
ISBN-10: 0373289006
Publication Date: 12/1/1995
Pages: 296
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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A good man was hard to find...

Especially for Mercy Fairweather, whose preacher father kept her well hidden. Mercy was innocence, smarts and beauty--tempting to the Devil himself. But even an angel deserved some fun. So when cowboy Sam Devlin asked her to dinner, she found a way to say yes.

Sam Devlin kenw a pretty lady when he saw one, and Mercedes LaFleche was one such woman. He'd heard she was "particular" with her favors, but he'd never wined and dined a more blushing, naive little gal, and he was beginning to wonder if this was, indeed, the infamous soiled dove....
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Sam Devlin makes a bet that he can convince a very particular "soiled dove" to not only spend an entire evening with him, but to do so... for free. Armed with nothing more than the description of the woman, he mistakenly gives all his attention to the wrong woman... the preacher's oldest daughter, Charity.
Charity is intrigued by the handsome man that roams into town, and can barely keep her eyes off him. Only she must spend all her time attempting to protect her 15 year old sister from getting herself into serious trouble... not to mention keep the wrath of their father off their back, and the talk of the town. However, when the handsome man that is cleverly nicknamed, Devil, starts giving her his undivided attention... she starts taking more chances... chances that can only mean Devlin's freedom, once he learns of the mistaken identity.
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good book
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A case of mistaken identity - a preacher's daughter mistaken for a soiled dove. The hero ends up "having to marry her".