Date with a Devil: An Anthology

Date with a Devil: An Anthology

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There’s the date from hell—the guy in a bad suit and toupee—and the hot date from hell.These men are waaay too tempting. One wicked, sexy grin and, well—who can resist! Certainly not these three women….

A spy should know better, but this spy gets stuck on a blind-date assignment with the ex-partner who broke her heart. A lot of making up can get done between scaling rooftops and dodging bullets.

A hostess discovers what it’s like to really crash and burn on her first date with the undercover cop who’s been casing her restaurant….

And if that isn’t hot enough, what about a date from hell…literally. Satan at his seductive best! It’s getting hot in here….

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459248779
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 08/15/2012
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 515,557
File size: 870 KB

About the Author

Anne Stuart loves Japanese rock and roll, wearable art, Spike, her two kids, Clairefontaine paper, quilting, her delicious husband of thirty-four years, fellow writers, her three cats, telling stories and living in Vermont. She’s not too crazy about politics and diets and a winter that never ends, but then, life’s always a trade-off. Visit her at
Cherry Adair has garnered numerous awards for her innovative action-adventure novels, which include Black Magic, her Cutter Cay series and thrilling Edge trilogy, as well as her Lodestone series, which includes Hush and Afterglow. A favorite of reviewers and fans alike, she lives in the Pacific Northwest.

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Date with a Devil 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
THEMANDIB More than 1 year ago
I feel this way after I read any of Cherry Adair's short stories, I WANT MORE!!! I don't want to go too much into detail since it's a short story but, I will tell you that you will love this book and you will most likely love Mia and Jack!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
amf0001 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Really trite and silly anthology from authors who should know better. Anne Stuart's involved a great romancer who was sent to hell and then is released to make a model fall in love with him and I've started it twice and never finished it, even though it was very short. That's how not engaging it was.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There is a mixed up here that Barns and Noble need to fix. On the cover, it says "Blind Date From Hell" by Anne Stuart but on the description of the story, it is clear that the inside book is from Cherry Adaire and NOT an Anne Stuart book. I read the Anne Stuart book "Blind date from hell" and the description is very different then the one provided here on B&N. If you also read all the other comments and review rating it is all referring to Cherry Adair's book. I gave a five stars for Anne Stuart's book "Blind date from hell" as that is the book that I read, which I had ordered from Amazon kindle. Anne Stuart's writing are simply unique and it may not be everyone's cup of tea, especially with today's PC culture. No one writes like Anne Stuart. Her writing style are simply above any I've seen in the romance genre and I'm not referring to only this book, I'm talking about all of her books. Love her dark anti-hero hero, her plots are more realistic that match more with real life, making it a bit more believable and easier to suspend one's beliefs while reading. Her idealogue are witty, clever, and fast pace and just smart. Smart banter making you want more of her story. Again, this is a review of all her books and not just this one specific book "Blind date from hell". Five stars for Anne Stuart.
Maguire1199 More than 1 year ago
Cherry's books are all great books.  This story though ended too soon.  Like all of Cherry's books it had the wildness to it, "WILD MONKEY SEX part. but I wish she could have made this story longer.
sharon1JT More than 1 year ago
Quick read. This short story was fun to read. The interaction between the main characters is quick and humorous. No matter what the genre of Ms. Adair books, be it romance, mystery, suspense, or even paranormal, it’s always something more. I thoroughly enjoyed this short story, wish it was longer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A GREAT BOOK I couldnt put it down