The Devil You Know (The Devil DeVere #3)

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Librarian's note: This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00EXD7U4E.

The Devil Devere Series- Library Journal Best E-Book Romance 2012
(This book is the third in a connected series but can be read first)
Sometimes the Devil is Disguised as a Gentleman...

In this third installment of the award-winning Devil Devere series, DeVere is finally center stage when Ned, Annalee, and her cousin, Diana arrive at DeVere's estate for a weekend of horseracing. From the first meeting, DeVere makes his interest in Diana acutely known. Although she sees no harm in a light flirtation, she doesn't intend to become another notch on his bedpost. Nevertheless, DeVere fascinates her.

Ned gave her a meaningful look. "I hope you'll take extreme care in any dealing with him. He is ruthless and calculating when he chooses to be and has a strong predilection to manipulate and exploit the vulnerabilities of others when it suits his purpose. He just can't help himself. It's not that he's evil incarnate or anything like that; it's just that he has low tolerance for weakness, incompetence or buffoonery."
Diana lifted her brow. "You know I am no fool, dear Edward. I take full responsibility for my actions and have already made clear what I am willing and not willing to sacrifice."

Althought DeVere is outwardly arrogant, ruthless, unpredictable and manipulative, the private man is quite another creature--intensely loyal and fiercely protective of those few he cares about. Diana also maintains a false front to the world. Her twelve year marriage is a mockery and she feels unfulfilled and undesireable which makes her all too vulnerable to Devere's dangerous charm. After events take an unexpected turn, Diana's most erotic fantasies become reality when she seeks comfort and affirmation in the devil's arms. But little does she know that the fire he ignites within her will burn long after she leaves Woodcote Park.

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