She thought she'd imagined him. . . .
As a child Beth Hartwell insisted that her imaginary friend was real, and her town branded her "a little bit crazy." Grown now, she's long since forgotten her friend, but the phrase sticks like prickles to wool. She yearns for her town's approval, and that means marrying a nice normal man and becoming a nice normal wife. She's one short "yes" away from accepting the only man who'll have her when handsome stranger Luke Devlin arrives in town. Upon touching him, visions of fire beset her, followed by longing and a deep, unexplainable familiarity.
Trapped between love and a prophecy. . . .
After years of trying to prove his aunt's prophecy wrong, Luke has finally surrendered to it; he is the devil's spawn. It is time to claim his "dark angel", Beth Hartwell, the little girl who he once talked to with his mind. If he uses everything in his arsenal—seduction, lies, trickery—he is certain to trap her. Except that the young midwife hardly appears "dark", and she has some weapons of her own. As they engage in a battle for Luke's heart and Beth's soul, a murderer strikes, and the town accuses Luke. . .
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