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Too Hot To Handle (Silhouette Desire, No 319)
Too Hot To Handle - Silhouette Desire, No 319 Author:Elizabeth Lowell DEVIL INCARNATE OR ANGEL IN DISGUISE? Tory Wells arrived at Sundance Ranch with only her battered suitcase, little more than two dollars and a letter from a friend promising her employment. An Olympic-class diver recovering from knee surgery, Tory desperately needed this job and thought the owner was an angel to be giving it to her. But Ethan Re... more »ever was no angel. With his dark presence, cold gray eyes, and explosive temper, he could be only one thing -- the devil himself. Tory was in dire straits, but she would never ask Reever for anything. Not a job. Not a bus ticket. Not money. And most definitely not for his love. Reever wasted no time in telling Tory he wanted nothing to do with some city-bred stranger. In his opinion, a woman like Tory knew nothing about ranch life, and he'd decided long ago that he had no use for pretty, useless women. Especially one who looked at him as innocently as Tory did -- no matter how much he desired her...« less
The first half of the book is constant verbal abuse and most of the second half is sex. Characters that seem to have their emotions and actions forced on them by the plot rather than flowing from who they are made for a strained, not particularly believable or pleasant book.