Book Reviews of The Devil's Own

The Devil's Own
The Devil's Own
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN-13: 9781551667935
ISBN-10: 1551667932
Publication Date: 3/1/2001
Pages: 240
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 54 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Hardcover
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Quick read... fabulous love story between a mysterious man and a young nun trying to save 9 children... enjoyable!
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Well-written romance, set with danger and passion.
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Kerry Bishop's plan was foolhardy, but it was the only way to save nine children. In order to do this, she needed help. Linc O'Neal hadn't stayed alive by being Mr. Nice Guy, and to Kerry he looked to be the most disreputable and dangerous man in the bar--perfect for what she had in mind. Together they fought the odds and burning hungers that made the steamy days and nights doubly dangerous.
(Sequel to Led Astray)
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Another great book by Sandra Brown!
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I really enjoyed reading this book.
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TYPICAL BROWN STORY. LIKED IT.
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Kerry Bishop was desperate. She needed to someone-anyone-who could help her lead her young charges through the danageroug Montenego jungles.
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Quick read but great. Taking place in jungle during revolution was vry good reading.
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This was a very good book, fast-paced and nerve-wracking. A lot of suspense and a little love. A great recipe for a good time in reading.
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i read this book for a second time. the story of a woman who is trying
to make up for family scandal created by her father; once a very powerful man. she is involved in a mercenary mission of rescuing 9 children, orphaned due to militant forces between two neighboring countries. she involves a "mercenary" (she thought) to help her get
the children safely to the u.s. for adoption. it turns out that he is
a well-known photographer and not interested in the offer until his
senses were disturbed by her nearness. keeps you interested; he made several attempts at romantic events but was fighting the fact that
she was a nun....yeah...you have to read it to see what happens during their adventure...does he get the woman....will only tell you
he headed for the airport in the last four or five pages of the book....earl h., meldrim, ga.
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Kerry Bishop's plan was foolhardy, but it was the only way to save nine children. In order to do this, she needed help. Linc O'Neal hadn't stayed alive by being Mr. Nice Guy, and to Kerry he looked to be the most disreputable and dangerous man in the bar--perfect for what she had in mind. Together they fought the odds and burning hungers that made the steamy days and nights doubly dangerous.
(Sequel to Led Astray)
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Kerry Bishop's plan was foolhardy, but it was the only way to save nine children. In order to do this, she needed help. Linc O'Neal hadn't stayed alive by being Mr. Nice Guy, and to Kerry he looked to be the most disreputable and dangerous man in the bar--perfect for what she had in mind. Together they fought the odds and burning hungers that made the steamy days and nights doubly dangerous.
(Sequel to Led Astray)
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From the start, Kerry Bishop anticipated danger. She expected unimaginable fear. In a terrifying race to save nine children, she prepared for the fight of her life. But she wasn't prepared for a passion almost as dangerous as the mission she had undertaken.

At first, Linc O'Neil appeared to be exactly the kind of man Kerry needed: strong, ruthless and definitely too drunk to care about helping her steal a truck to get past the guards. Then she discovered her mistake. Linc was not a hardened mercenary; the heavy gear he carried was not guns but cameras. She had hijacked a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist. Now he was their last hope.
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Her plan was foohardy. But if it was the only way to save nine children then she would try. He hadn't stayed alive by being Mr.Nice guy. He was the most disreputable and dangerous-looking man in the bar.That's why she wanted him.They were under fire and together they fought the odds... and the burning hungers that made the steamy days and nights doubly dangerous...
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From the start, Kerry Bishop anticipated danger. She expected unimaginable fear. In a terrifying race to save nine children, she parepared fdor the fight of her life. But she wasn't prepared for a passion almost as dangerous as the mission she had undertaken.

At firt, Linc O'Neil appeared to be exactly the kind of man Kerry needed: strong, ruthless and definitely too drunk to care about helping her steal a truck to get past the guards. Then she discovered her mistake. Linc was not a hardened mercenary, the heavy gear he carried was not guns but cameras. She had hijacked a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist. Now, he was their last hope.

Dependent on a stranger, Kerry refused to let unexpected desire complicate their mission. If Linc had the mistaken impression that she was a woman of the church, she was not about to correct him.

Certainly, it kept him at arm's length, which was just where she wanted this man who, despite his bad attitude and constant streams of threats, was their one chance for survival through fifty miles of treacherous jungle.

And survival was all they could think about. But if they succeeded, what then? Could Kerry tell him the truth: that she was no more a woman sworn to chastity than she was immune to the powerful effect he had on her? That she desired him more and more? If freedom came, would they be free to love?