The Devil's OwnLarge Print - 2002
A New York Times BestsellerHer plan was foolhardy. . . but if it was the only way to save nine children, then she would try. He might be the devil, but that wasn't going to stop her trying to bargain with him. He was the most disreputable and dangerous-looking man in the bar, and he hadn't stayed alive by being Mr. Nice Guy. . . . That's why she wanted him. Together they fought the odds, and the burning hungers that made the steamy days and nights doubly dangerous.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2002
Characteristics: 383 p. (large print) ; 22 cm