Catherine Coulter by Catherine Coulter
The Devil?s Duology

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About Catherine Coulter

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Catherine Coulter is the author of the New York Times-bestselling FBI thrillers The Cove, The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh Hour, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, TailSpin, KnockOut, and Whiplash. She lives in northern California.
 
Published June 5, 2012 by Signet. 623 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Meanwhile, the new Earl, Marcus Wyndham, learns--to his horror--that Duchess's father, who married her mother at last, has left all to his daughter, who now has the problem of restoring the inheritance and pride to handsome Marcus.

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The second part of Coulter's (The Sherbrooke Bride ) bride trilogy follows Ryder Sherbrooke to Jamaica, where Theo Burgess, an islander, is making a devious grab for the Sherbrooke plantation.

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Coulter gives Cassie a few choice opportunities to prove herself as a smart, courageous heroine, the best being a fabulous scene in which Cassie dupes a burly pirate.

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As for me, while I loved The Sherbrooke Bride and thoroughly enjoyed The Hellion Bride, I did not care for The Heiress Bride - I gave it a D+ -- Claudia Terrones Order this book from Amazon Books ...

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Nicholas and Rosalind are led to a mysterious volume that is written in code that neither Nicholas nor Grayson can decipher, but which Rosalind easily reads.

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I had completely given up on Catherine Coulter's recent books, but I couldn't resist a book bringing back my favorite Coulter family, the Sherbrookes.

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Nineteen-year-old Meggie Sherbrooke, trainer of racing cats and daughter of the Reverend Tysen Sherbrooke (of The Scottish Bride)and his first wife Melinda Beatrice, is head over heels in love.

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If this is a trend, it will cut back on the numbers of books bought, as our income and book buying funds don't go up just because book prices do!

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There's a lot of hilarious bickering, and a scene in the kitchen where Rafael makes an outrageous breadman, and some incredibly sexy scenes where Rafael seduces his wife into forgiving him his misassumptions, all the while he still doesn't know about her leg.

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It turns out Dorcas is having trouble accepting that Burke is not as evil as Paisley and keeps trying to kill him to protect Arielle (she mistakes Arielle's cries of passion as pleas for help).

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And, to her credit, the appearance of characters from the earlier books in this series did not detract from this book's stars - they provided both comic relief and a kick in the pants to Tysen when necessary.

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With her mother taken care of, Callie, along with Raven, Savich and Sherlock, go find a killer.

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FBI agents Dillon Savich, his wife Lacey Sherlock and their friend Dane Carver are staking out Hooter's Motel in Pumis City, Maryland hoping to rescue the kidnapped Pinky before he is killed.

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