is searching for the killer who murdered her family. Coming into
town after dropping off a criminal with the sheriff, she puts on her
only dress and heads to the saloon for a night of cards and
drinking. While enjoying herself, a U.S. Marshall comes into the
saloon amidst well wishers for his latest arrest. Unable to keep
her eyes off of him, she finds that he is looking at her as well.
When he walks over and tries to sweet talk his way into her bed, she
dismisses him outright and leaves him standing.
Jack McCay has
never met a woman he couldnít charm. That is, until he meets Tessa
Jane Creager and she has to be one of the orneriest women alive.
Unwilling to succumb to the carnality that he knows is in her
nature, he finds himself falling for and desiring her completely.
have time for entanglement, especially with the past she intends to
keep hidden. Jack is also hesitant to want beyond the here and now
since he has secrets of his own.
Kiss was a good
read. I found myself wanting to succumb to Jack just because. T.J.
made me a bit restless however, just because of her stubbornness. I
found myself wanting to yell at her to just GIVE IN!! All in all, I
enjoyed Devilís Kiss very much. I thought the plot
worked and the storyline flowed. Historical/western romances are
some of my favorite genres to read and I love when I find a new