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by Kate Walker

Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Romance
Author: Kate Walker
ISBN: 0263890473
ISBN13: 978-0263890471
Language: English
Publisher: Mills Boon (2012)
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Adult & contemporary romance. Martha Jones has never taken a risk in her whole life

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Published March 1st 2012 by Mills & Boon Modern. The Devil and Miss Jones (Hardcover). Published July 1st 2012 by Mills & Boon.

Lone wolf Carlos Ortega won’t promise Miss Jones more than one searing-hot night. Yet Carlos is shocked by Martha’s sweet innocence. This runaway bride is a virgin, and it seems the repercussions of their sizzling encounter could last for eve. mpression. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

Martha Jones has spent months planning her dream wedding. Having spared no expense to make all of her dreams a reality, Martha had been looking forward to walking down the aisle towards her Prince Charming and spending the rest of her life living happily ever after.

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The Devil and Miss Jones is a 1941 comedy film starring Jean Arthur, Robert Cummings, and Charles Coburn. Directed by Sam Wood from a screenplay by Norman Krasna, the film was the product of an independent collaboration between Krasna and producer Frank Ross (Jean Arthur's husband). Their short-lived production company released two films through RKO Radio Pictures (Miss Jones and the later A Lady Takes a Chance released in 1943).

Mills & Boon Modern. By (author) Kate Walker. Lone wolf Carlos Ortega won't promise Miss Jones more than one searing-hot night. Yet Carlos is shocked by Martha's sweet innocence. Format Paperback 192 pages.

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But this was definitely no ghost because this particular bride was standing at the side of the road-incongruously clutching a bright blue very modern handbag

But this was definitely no ghost because this particular bride was standing at the side of the road-incongruously clutching a bright blue very modern handbag. And with her thumb raised in the time honoured gesture of someone hitching a lift.

Comments to eBook The Devil and Miss Jones (Mills and Boon Modern)
Modifyn
This was an okay book but I found it difficult to read. I agree with a previous review that there was far too much repetition on the beginning about the ex-fiancee and his words and deeds. I thought they would never get on the motorcycle and leave

I had to force myself to continue to read the story. The latter half of the book was better but it left unreconciled issues such as his relationship with his grandfather. It was a very significant part of the story which was left hanging.

All told it was okay but there are far better written books available.
Alien
How can someone know they are in love after knowing each other for less than a week? The Devil and Miss Jones starts out fairly typical with a chance meeting and a steamy one night stand. After four months Carlos meets Miss Jones at his grandfathers estate in another country. Sounds a bit unreal and then it piles on a bit more with the grandfather that isn't a grandfather and a pregnancy. The ending came far too quick with Carlos giving up his inheritance so that Martha knows he is marrying her for love and not his family home. It didn't have much reality in it to make the story seem real. In the end...it was okay.
Jesmi
Another good read by Kate Walker
Detenta
Not realistic. All desert and no substance. Where is the romance and heart racing and endearingly sweet moments when your fall for the guy?
Ber
Any woman would be tempted by a Diablo on a motorcycle ready to take her away from her sad past and into an exciting new future. Miss Jones is no exception; she was ready to go with anyone willing to get her away from the drama that was her life so far. Luckily for her, Diablo is was the first passerby willing to take a chance on the runaway bride.

Carlos Ortega (Diablo) was the Latin flair that Miss Marta Jones needed. Diablo was a character I was immediately drawn to. While his good looks and bad boy attitude would entice any woman, it was really the mystery behind his eyes that intrigued me. I could tell from the very beginning there was more than what meets the eyes when it came to the mysterious man running away from his past life. I knew he wasn't the typical "bad guy" who would frighten old women in a dark alley. No, he was a man who's circumstances had changed and made him jaded. It made me want to learn more about him.

Miss Jones was not your typical runaway bride. She didn't get cold feet because things were moving too fast. No, she ran with cause, and refused to look back at not only her ex-fiancé but the life that had lead her to the man she never wanted to see again. I knew her ex's actions had to have been bad for her to be willing to run to Diablo. Her recent and lengthier background really molded her to a strong independent woman. Even when faced with situations that would break many women she sticks her chin up and fought. This is an admirable quality that every heroine should have.

The beginning of the story was a bit slow for me. The characters seem to go back and forth for a while on whether to trust one another enough for Martha to leave the site of her wedding. Once she finally decides to take the plunge the plot shot forward. The story development became exciting and continuously moved along at a brisk and steady pace. All the twists and turns in the story really made the reading go smoothly and I zipped right through the middle and onward to the end of the book. Don't judge this little gem on how the tale starts because the author definitely came through for me with the rest of the story.

Anyone who is a romantic at heart or really enjoys a good romance story would enjoy The Devil and Miss Jones.

Originally posted at LAS Romance Reviews
Llathidan
Martha Jones has run away from her wedding. Standing on the side of the road in the rain. Still wearing her wedding dress. A motorcycle approaches and stops a tall handsome man with startling green eyes dismounts and asks her if she needs help. Carlos Diablo Ortega, thought he was seeing things when he spotted a woman in a bridal gown at the side of the road thumbing a lift.
After a brief discussion mostly about whether Martha would be safe with him. Eventually assured she climbs on his bike. Due to the weather they take refuge in a hotel for the night.
I really loved this book, I know it's not realistic to meet a guy by thumbing a lift wearing your wedding dress, but the immediate attraction between them was red hot. It was written so well I wanted to believe it. Martha had only told Carlos her name was Miss Jones, he had given his name as Carlos Diablo. A name which Martha thought suited him so well. They give in to the heat and chemistry between them. But when Carlos discovers that Martha is a virgin he is furious he has a rule he never sleeps with virgins. He storms out of the hotel room to get some air but when he returns Miss Jones has gone. Carlos thinks he will never see her again. Little does he know that he will. A very satisfying read, filled with emotion and passion. Loved the characters. Martha was a really sweet girl open and honest. Carlos had recently made a discovery affecting his position in his family. But he is a good man at heart. Highly recommend.
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