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Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Review - Kisses Like A Devil By Diane Whiteside
Title: Kisses Like A Devil
Author: Diane Whiteside
Buy Link: Kisses Like A Devil
Rating: You Need to Read
Strikingly handsome, wealthy, and accomplished, Brian Donovan has succeeded in everything he puts his mind to - except marriage. Now, as a favour to his former military commander Teddy Roosevelt, Brian is investigating a powerful new weapon invented in the small European country of Eisengau. The task carries prestige, danger, and an enticing complication in the lithe form of Meredith Duncan. With her deliciously candid approach to all things sensual, Meredith is unlike any woman Brian has known. In fact, she wants him to ruin her reputation - and Brian eagerly obliges, initiating a passionate, playful, and wildly erotic affair...A feminist who believes in free love, Meredith has always battled convention. When her parents urge her toward an odious marriage, Meredith turns to the dashing, thoroughly masculine American who could be her only hope of escape. But nothing is as simple as it seems, and as competition to acquire the new weapon turns deadly, two lovers are drawn into a treacherous game where the stakes run as high as their raw, mutual desire, and the greatest risk of all may lie within an untested and all-consuming love...
As with any series, which the Devil books is, the joy is seeing previous heroes and heroines and catching up with old friends. William and Viola make their appearances and it is wonderful to see them as much in love as they were at the end of Irish Devil. Diane Whiteside proves that history does repeat itself in Kisses Like A Devil. When Meredith needs to escape a horrible engagement she offers to become Brian Donovan’s mistress. Just like his mother did with his father. Of course that’s where the similarities end. Too often books about the children are merely repeats of the parents romance, Ms. Whiteside instead takes into account that Brian and Meredith are not William and Viola and gives them a romance filled with passion and intrigue.
That this is book four in a series doesn’t mean that a new reader can’t pick it up and enjoy it – they will – however those who have read the series will love seeing familiar faces, hearing about old friends and meeting new people. Definitely a book You Need to Read!