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Also by Diane Whiteside:

Cast Of Characters, March 2012
Paperback / e-Book
Improper Gentlemen, August 2011
Paperback
The Shadow Guard, April 2011
Trade Size / e-Book
The Devil She Knows, June 2010
Paperback
The Mammoth Book Of Vampire Romance 2, November 2009
Paperback
Captive Desires, November 2009
Trade Size / e-Book
The Southern Devil, April 2009
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
Kisses Like A Devil, February 2009
Trade Size
The River Devil, December 2008
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
Bond of Darkness, October 2008
Trade Size
Bond of Fire, January 2008
Trade Size
Beyond the Dark, December 2007
Trade Size
Bond of Blood, October 2007
Paperback / e-Book
The Irish Devil, October 2007
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
The Northern Devil, August 2007
Trade Size / e-Book
Unleashed, December 2006
Trade Size
Bond of Blood, October 2006
Trade Size
The Southern Devil, October 2006
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Captive Dreams, September 2006
Trade Size
The Hunter's Prey, February 2006
Trade Size / e-Book
The Switch, January 2006
Trade Size / e-Book
Not Just for Tonight, August 2005
Trade Size
The River Devil, July 2005
Trade Size / e-Book
The Irish Devil, October 2004
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The Northern Devil
Diane Whiteside

Every woman needs a devil by her side.

Devil #4
Kensington Brava
August 2007
On Sale: August 7, 2007
Featuring: Rachel Davis; Lucas Grainger
384 pages
ISBN: 0758212119
EAN: 9780758212115
Kindle: B000UMAEJA
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Rachel Davis would rather risk death than remain a prisoner of the ruthless man intent on gaining her inheritance. Trapped on a private train with the villain, she makes a desperate bid for escape and runs into the arms of an unlikely savior. Aristocratic, arrogant, and deeply cynical about love, Lucas Grainger is her last choice for a husband— even a husband of convenience. But desperate times call for desperate measures: taking Lucas to bed and submitting to his tender, hungry desires may be her only hope…

Lucas Grainger has sworn never to take a wife, but he’s not about to let anyone else marry Rachel. He has his own reasons for marrying the gentle, quick-witted widow, reasons she need not know. But holding Rachel night after night awakens deeper hungers than he has ever known, and a calculated marriage soon yields to a blissful, blinding—and dangerous—passion. For if Rachel knew who Lucas really was— of the dark secrets that haunt him—she’d never choose him as her protector…

Theirs is a union both erotic and enduring, and any man who tries to part Lucas from the woman he loves will have the devil to pay…

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Re: The Northern Devil

Diane I agree with your comments about the type of men in the old west that were hired to escort the freight and valuables. It funny to think about now if we need to place actors in these characters place I imagine John Wayne and Clint Eastwood, but have a hardtime putting Jimmy Stewart or Randolph Scott because they were softer spoken and gentler.
(Susan Lathen 8:55am September 3, 2009)

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