formerly known as Devil Devlin, is dismayed to find out that his
family will not be getting together over Christmas. His visits home
are what keep him sane and able to continue to live in New York.
Add in the fact that the woman he loves is suddenly engaged, and
Kevin is not a happy camper. So what does he do? He tries to gain
the attention of his former girlfriend and is kicked to the side and
asked to leave. Tired of being alone and lonely, he sneaks around
and tries to watch his former lover from a window and that is when
IT happens. A screaming virago catches him in the act and the only
thing Kevin can do to shut her up is kidnap her.
believe that she actually caught Kevin watching her older sister
through a window. Having been attracted to Kevin for months to no
avail, Anna has given up hope of ever gaining his attention. That
is, until she realizes just how much she is enjoying being tied up
and at his mercy.
in Winter caught my
attention early on with its blurb. I loved the storyline but found
myself not liking Kevin very much because he came across as being a
bit fickle. I fully understood his dilemma and dream of having
someone, but I am not sure I agree with how he went about obtaining
his ideal. Especially since he seems to settle for Anna while she
was devastatingly in love with him. I can happily report that by
the end of A Devil in Winter, I was
convinced of Kevinís feelings for Anna and for that, he was redeemed
in my eyes. Diana Hunter has penned a lively romp of a book with
A Devil in Winter that I am convinced
readers will enjoy.