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Hell To Pay

Leo Bailey may have been born to poverty, but ruthless business sense and sparkling intelligence have made money worries a thing of his past. It doesn't hurt that the Devil himself has granted Leo the ability to read the future.

But even infallible predictions are a déclassé commoner's trick to some members of the ton. They'll never see Leo as their equal--one good reason to prove himself their better. And a noble marriage is an obvious start.

Bookish Anne Hartfield, daughter of a baron, is hardly the flashiest miss on the marriage market. But her thoughtful reserve complements Leo's brash boldness in an attraction neither can deny. A whirlwind courtship sweeps Anne and Leo into a smoldering marriage before either can believe their luck. But happiness built on Leo's dark powers can't last. Soon, Anne will have to save her husband. . .or lose her heart. . .

"Zoë Archer mixes my two favorite things--paranormal and historical--brilliantly!" --Colleen Gleason

Praise for Zoë Archer and Her Novels

"Romantic and wonderfully original." --Shana Abé

"The action explodes on page one and the pace never lets up."--Ann Aguirre

"Crackles with adventure." --Mary Jo Putney

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Demon's Bride
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February 6th, 2014
When I read the back cover blurb I found the idea presented in this book interesting. I had not read any similar stories and was intrigued. As I read this book I was hooked by the two main characters, and found the two remaining Hellraisers to be the utlimate bad guys. I really enjoyed this book and would like to read Bram's story but am not as sure about the remaining bad boy. I read for pleasure since I read a lot of technical texts and articles as part of my job so this is an escape and it really was. I am not going to give any details as I think you should read this book to find out what happens.
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