I have to comment that while on the surface Cayo seems like the devil in A Devil in Disguise, I found myself wondering if Dru could fit that role as well. Cayo means to hang on to Dru by any means necessary, and so he attempts to employ some questionable methods to realize that goal. A Devil in Disguise was priceless and extremely amusing, while still evoking a sort of emotional connection between the characters and the readers. Becca would be the perfect replacement. Not because he was cousin to the future ruler of Alakkul.
Drusilla Bennett's job from hell will soon be over. So Lucy summons Rafi to his family's palace in Alakkul to tell him once and for all that she's leaving him…only to have a winter storm trap them together, testing Lucy's resolve and proving one thing is very much alive in their relationship—their passion for each other. He is also very surprised to see her without her professional, icy mask that she had employed over the years. So when she receives a summons to return to the ancestral mansion, she's intrigued. A Devil in Disguise Playing with fire! The lengths that Dru went to in order to avoid Cayo in the beginning were gratifying. But he's found her, and she knows Rafael will soon discover her greatest secret. But after all the pain and guilt and accusations, is it enough to keep them together? The deal: masquerade as the Whitney heiress in exchange for your own true fortune, but do not fall for your husband! A passionate read for Christmas nights! It was very satisfying that Cayo admits to himself that Dru throws him off balance in A Devil in Disguise, and early on to boot.
A Devil in Disguise had me rooting for Dru to show Cayo up, while at the same time feeling a little drawn to him as well. That made the story even better for me, because I never felt like she would lie there and take things once her disguise had been kicked to the curb. Lucy Qaderi married her husband because she loved him. Cayo is reluctant to let the very efficient Drusilla go. Becca Whitney has always lived with the knowledge that her aristocratic family disowned her as a baby.
That passion brought them together once. Yet all deception is quickly burned away by the incredible attraction that still simmers between them. I enjoyed all the byplay between Cayo and Dru, their growth and understanding of the deeper aspects of their characters, their realization that what they had hidden away was finally seeping out and making them take notice of things in A Devil in Disguise. Now, when their paths cross again, Lily is desperate to retain her freedom and claims amnesia has blocked her memories of him. Not because he was a wealthy man. The opinions I share are mine and not influenced by the publisher, author, or book tour company if received for review.
Five years ago, Lily Holloway walked away from a car crash, turning her back on the forbidden passion she shared with her stepbrother, Rafael Castelli. The fact that Dru stood up to Cayo several times in A Devil in Disguise was quite refreshing as well. But because Rafi Qaderi set her on fire like no one else. Not Just the Boss's Plaything A very personal performance plan From the moment Alicia Teller tripped and fell into Nikolai Korovin's arms, her iron-clad control started to slip!. But he no longer believes any of that.
He soon realizes that because of a past incident, his roosters have finally come home to roost and Cayo needs to deal with them in A Devil in Disguise. Theo Markou Garcia needs a wife-or at least someone who looks strikingly similar to his infamous fiancée. While Alicia's tantalizing curves might drive Nikolai to distraction, business and pleasure are not two things this legendary tycoon has ever mixed. Nothing could make Lily return to the irresistible Italian's demanding world. . . .
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