In Samantha Kane’s scorching tale of secrets and temptation, a woman whose only defense is seduction targets a rake who teaches her the true meaning of love.
As wealthy and beautiful as she is desperate, Harriet Mercer can have any man she wants—which makes picking the worst of the lot quite easy. By convincing the ton she is a ruined woman, Harry hopes to outwit the greedy, conniving cad blackmailing her into a loveless marriage. Roger Templeton is a rogue with a scandalous reputation, no expectations, and no shame. He is perfect for Harry’s fall from grace. Her brazen attempts at a very public seduction are delightful fodder for gossip . . . and pure torment for Roger.
With his pockets as empty as his heart, Roger is in no mood for games and decides to show Harry how foolish it is to tempt a devil. But behind her mesmerizing golden eyes, he sees something unexpected: a woman in trouble. Her scandalous behavior would be amusing if he wasn’t captivated by her lush, curvaceous beauty. Worse, every libertine bone in his body has turned traitorously noble. Only a rake would seduce her. But only a gentleman in love can save her.
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: The Devil’s Thief, Flirting with Disaster, and Long Simmering Spring.
Praise for Tempting a Devil
“Tempting a Devil is a sexy, scandalous story that had me turning page after page, just so I could read more of the witty banter, smart dialogue and emotion that Samantha Kane puts forth.”—Lydia Dare, bestselling author of Wolfishly Yours
“Follow Samantha Kane on a sexy, sizzling romp through Regency London.”—Deb Marlowe, author of The Love List
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Tempting a Devil
The two other books in the Saint's Devils series, I believe, were more inventive and engaging. This book seems to rely mostly on intimate tension and encounters rather than a strong storyline which is lurking around in the background. I like the characters but think Roger's struggle over the relationship weakens his character. The dilemma is real but to me handled with too much indecision. I like Samantha Kane but find this story under par for her.