Tabitha Graham thought she had found a soul mate when she rescued Dev Colter from a dangerous situation. She thought he was a kindred spirit: gentle, shy, and in need of love.
But Dev had a secret life that made him as dangerous as any of the fabulous, legendary beasts the bookstore owner had studied.When she fled from his sensual claim, his pursuit was relentless. (from Goodreads)
This book has always been one of my favorite Jayne Ann Krentz novels. It was originally published back in 1984 under her Stephanie James pen name. I bought it new, so that should tell you how long I have been reading JAK. She has been my number one favorite author for 30 years. It doesn’t what name she is writing under, all her books are wonderful.
Anyway, I reread this book because I saw on Wikipedia that it is supposed to be part of a connected pair called the Colter books. The male protagonist has the last name of Colter and so does the one in The Devil to Pay. It turns out that Wikipedia was wrong. The books have nothing to do with each other. It certainly wasn’t a hardship re-reading these books though, since I love them so much.
I particularly enjoy Tabitha’s lectures on the mating habits of mythological beasts!
And yes, I corrected the entry in Wikipedia.