The Devil's Own Author:Sandra Brown Kerry Bishop was looking for a mercenary soldier, someone who was disreputable and fearless, who could help her rescue nine orphans from a war-torn country. That type of man would be the only kind of person able to help her accomplish her mission. So disguised as a hooker, she entered the bar. — Linc O'Neal, world renowned photojournalist, sat at... more » the bar celebrating the fact that he would be leaving this god-forsaken country where he had just completed his assignment. He was tired, dirty and looked just as bad as some of the local patrons. Perhaps he was celebrating just a little too much because the hooker who just walked up to him looked too good to be true. But he was on his way out of the country and had no time for her. Little did he know that his plans were about to change!
Was Kerry able to get this mean-looking man to help her? You will have to read the book to find out the rest of the story. If you think this sounds interesting--it is. And does it get any better--it sure does. This is one of Sandra's earlier Silhouette Intimate Moments. Just one of the many romantic stories that made her so popular. Sandra was one of the top romance writers early in her career and this book proves she deserved the title as one of the best. If you are a romance fan, I am certain you will enjoy this one!
"The Devil's Own" brings back Cage and Jenny Hendren from "Led Astray". You may want to read that book first. Also an excellent romantic read from Brown« less
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)