Title: The Devil in Disguise
Author: Caitlin Crews
Rating: CABR Gold Star Review
Publication date: October 2012
Publisher: Mills & Boon Modern
Review: I have one word for this book – WOW.
Caitlin Crews delivers yet another master piece in “A Devil in Disguise“, complete with the most selfish, stubborn, jaw-droppingly rude alpha male I’ve ever met in a M&B Modern book and a feisty, strong heroine determined to fight for her future, even if it means walking away from the man she loves.
Cayo Vila and Drusilla ‘Dru’ Bennett are both outwardly ‘together’ people with successful careers but inside, oh boy, they are emotionally damaged and only truly become aware of how much and in what ways when confronted by the end of their effortless working relationship.
Dru’s courage to declare “I quit!” to a boss, a man, who never accepts the “no” when he wants something sets her and Cayo on an emotional journey as they conduct business, and eventually pleasure, in London, Madrid, the Mediterranean and Bora Bora.
The cover is also one of my faves! The hero actually looks a lot like Caitlin Crews has described Cayo Vila. 🙂
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Drusilla Bennett’s job from hell will soon be over. Ready to take her life back and walk away from the devil – currently disguised as her boss – Dru plucks up the courage to say ‘I quit!’
Nothing has ever taken Cayo Vila by surprise – until now. And the word ‘no’ just isn’t part of his vocabulary. So a resignation from the best PA he’s ever had is simply unacceptable.
Dru’s heard all about his legendary charm, but now that it’s turned on her she understands exactly why it’s so hard to say no to Cayo Vila!