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Sort order. Jan 31, Teresa rated it it was amazing Shelves: action-adventure , civil-war , mystery , romance , secret-agent. This is the second Richard Turner novel I've read, and it didn't disappoint; it was go, go, go from page 1 to the end of the book. He is gifted writing action. Turner did a great job of writing his main character, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Scott, and making him likeable.
I'm glad this is the first in a series--I'll read more of them.
Scott is assigned a special "secret"mission, to cross the Atlantic and find and return to America, a missing Professor who disappeared in what appears to be foul This is the second Richard Turner novel I've read, and it didn't disappoint; it was go, go, go from page 1 to the end of the book. Scott is assigned a special "secret"mission, to cross the Atlantic and find and return to America, a missing Professor who disappeared in what appears to be foul play.
The professor's daughter winds up on the same ship crossing the Atlantic, and soon Scott has taken her under his protection, and a romance develops.
If he has his way. Maggie glared at him— wimp —and started to reach into her purse for her phone. All about the win. Needs to find source of passion. He needs to kiss her, too. Nicholson rated it really liked it Aug 03, A lonely doctor, who once occupied an unusual lakeside house, begins exchanging love letters with its former resident, a frustrated architect.
The mission is secret to everyone except the members of a secret society who have people after Scott and the professor's daughter even before they reach European shores. The story had an action packed, wise-guy, Indiana Jones feel to it, and it was full of supporting characters that were really characters! The glimpses into the Civil War era were interesting--even though most of it took place in Europe. It's a page turner!
Mar 28, Claire rated it really liked it. The Devil's Path is well worth reading. Although the hunt for ancient artifacts has been done by everybody from Indiana Jones to Robert Langdon I found this take on the subject both intriguing and very plausible. The characters are well formed and all slot into the plot with precision. My only complaint has to be the need for a good proofreader, there were far too many typos for comfort, whilst I appreciate it is almost impossible to find them all, a proofreader would certainly find the vast maj The Devil's Path is well worth reading.
My only complaint has to be the need for a good proofreader, there were far too many typos for comfort, whilst I appreciate it is almost impossible to find them all, a proofreader would certainly find the vast majority. That said I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anybody looking for action with a historical slant. Dan Santos rated it really liked it Dec 27, High rated it did not like it Feb 16, Robert K. Nicholson rated it really liked it Aug 03, Nick Burrows rated it really liked it Sep 05, Larry Basden rated it really liked it May 10, Nadeem rated it really liked it Nov 17, Jim Sumner rated it liked it Jun 29, Her father, owner of the New York Saints, is not getting any younger and Maggie knows the team, inside and out.
She grew up around players with the baseball diamond as her second home. Her education groomed her to one day take over the family business. So you can imagine how pissed she is when dear old dad winds up selling the team to someone else: Alex Winters.
Editorial Reviews. Review. A Five Star read Jami B Goodreads. This is the second Richard Turner novel I've read, and it didn't disappoint; it was go, go, go from. The Devil's Path book. At the height of the US Civil War, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Scott is I'm glad this is the first in a series--I'll read more of them. Scott.
He played baseball in college, though his time in the sport was cut short by a disastrous fire during one of his games. Not really a spoiler, as this is what the book opens with.
Both characters are surprisingly well adjusted, doing what the can to make the best of some shitty situations. In the public eye, Maggie and Alex need to fake it until they make it, but in private, Maggie is still nursing her wounded pride. The book also has an amazing cast of characters that are diverse and entertaining.
Lots of warm and fuzzies here. One thing that Melanie Scott does really well is make the romance both sexy and fun. She pulled the jeans down firmly and let him step out of them. Leaving him in plain black cotton boxer briefs that were currently having the limits of the manufacturing tolerance of their elastic tested.
The villain of the book is rather obvious, though his role in the book is well-timed. Admittedly, I tend to find myself liking the hero in romances more than the heroine, but both Alex and Maggie were equals in the book and in my own brand of reading pickiness. I actually have very little in the way of complaints about the book.
He knew her dream was to run the Saints and he pulled the rug out from under her and sold it to Alex without any previous conversations. After he gives up ownership, he practically falls off the face of the earth, going on vacation without a word to Maggie. If only all the things I read were as satisfying as this book.
I should also mention that the next book, Angel in Armani A K G AB , features the team surgeon as the hero and wait for it a helicopter pilot as the heroine. I definitely recommend nabbing it any way you can! Though I know libraries can take a while stocking new titles. A baseball beta? Sign me up! Really loved that podcast by the way! Thanks for reminding me that I needed to go binge on iBooks!
Colleen: Glad you liked it! I was so desperate to finish that I just bought the book. I think those may be three of favorite b words: baseball, beta and banter. And look, the GBPL has it shelved. Ok, I totally disagree with the rating. I got and read it based on the rec here, and was incredibly disappointed.