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The Devil and Ms. Moody (Open Road) Kindle Edition
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Well, they say opposites attract and in this book it's definitely true. Edwina goes in search of the heir of a large estate and finds Diablo. Her life will never be the same.
The story here is good, and (if you can suspend your disbelief that an almost virgin would hook up with a biker) the book is a solid read. The romance is good and at times very sigh-worthy. I especially liked the first encounter they had in the grotto. I found that ocassionaly the word choice was inappropriate for the context, but that is a minor flaw. It just sometimes took me out of the moment when I came across one.
All-in-all, I recommend this book for those who like romance, love a dark and troubled hero, and enjoy a little spice with their romance.
Edwina Moody lives with her mother and little sister and has to take care of the mortage and all the bills, ever since her father left them for Bora Bora and his mistress. She works as an investigator, and now she has to find the heir of a vast fortune. In order to do so, she has to contact a bunch of bikers at Blackie's Bar. The gang seemed dangerous and she was lucky to be saved by Diablo, who strikes a bargain with her...
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