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The Devil's Daughter (Devil to Pay #1)

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To free herself from Hell, Lucy needs to claim one last soul, and she knows just the one she wants.

Jed Caine is in need of a woman who will keep his house and cook his meals. Instead, he finds himself with a wife who neither cooks nor cleans and who challenges him at every turn.

He wants her heart; she wants his soul, and it would seem the only things standing in their way
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ebook, 282 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Laura Drewry (first published April 1st 2008)
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Sandy M
Jul 27, 2011 Sandy M rated it it was ok
This is my first Laura Drewry book and I’ve actually had it a while. Based on the blurb I thought I would enjoy the story, but, unfortunately, I never warmed up to the heroine and this ended up being a disappointing read. For me it was too late to like her when she finally decided to toss her selfish ways for love, even if she is the devil’s daughter. I just couldn’t give her the benefit of the doubt, and not because of her relatives from hell.

Lucy Firr is determined to get out of hell and out f
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Cheryl
Dec 30, 2008 Cheryl rated it it was amazing
Lucy Firr is a stunning beauty but watch it that you don’t make her mad. She has a temper like the devil, which just happens to be her father. Lucy makes a deal with her father that if she brings him a soul that in exchange, she wants her freedom. He agrees.

Lucy arrives in the town of Redemption. There she sets her sights on Jed Caine. Jed is still trying to figure out why he is even attending a wife’s action. He doesn’t want a wife but he does need someone to help take care of Maggie; his brot
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Romancing the Book
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I had read Laura's earlier straight historical (meaning non-paranormal) westerns, Charming Jo and Here Comes The Bride, but hesitant to pick up this first book in a new series. To me, paranormal and western just don't really seem to go hand in hand. So, I'd just passed over these books. Then I received Laura's newsletter in my inbox and I decided to contact her to come guest on our blog. It hit me that she'd be promoting the release of book 2 in the series and should probably read
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Lynn Spencer
Dec 04, 2012 Lynn Spencer rated it liked it
Shelves: western
I reviewed this book back in 2008, but it's been reissued and is free for the downloading on Amazon today.

I gave this a B-, so really it would be 3.5 stars for me here. Though not without flaws, I remember it being a fun read and here is what I had to say about it: There are some books that just sound like they shouldn't work. At first blush, The Devil's Daughter appeared to be one of these. A plot involving not a figure of speech, but the Devil's actual daughter - and one described as a "love
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K
Jun 19, 2014 K rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
There were some obviously predictable parts and not quite as much character development (or sass) as I wanted, but there are worse ways to kill a plane ride.
Daniel
Dec 21, 2012 Daniel rated it really liked it
Very enjoyable. I also really liked Deacon's character and am glad to see he's appearing in book 2 which I now must find and read.
Carrie at Paper Bindings
DNF- started out interesting then I quickly lost interest due to the characters.
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Shelves: bookcrossing-com
not read ==> bookcrossing book - available for trade at ....
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Very, very, extremely, very, very bad.
Victoria Newman
Jan 29, 2013 Victoria Newman rated it it was amazing
Is a great book to read
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Free 11/6/12 at Amazon
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USA Today bestselling author LAURA DREWRY started out writing poetry – unbelievably bad poetry which hopefully will never again see the light of day. With that behind her, she now writes contemporary and historical romance novels with characters who aren’t perfect, who aren’t always nice, and who tend to be a little (or a lot) on the sarcastic side.

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