One by one, the Saint’s Devils—Samantha Kane’s wicked, wonderful Regency heroes—continue to enchant the women who capture their rakish hearts. Even though she is starving and destitute, Eleanor Enderby’s quiet beauty strikes Sir Hilary St. John speechless. He expects the woman he’s searching for to be skittish and plain. Instead he finds the picture of bravery—and willfulness—in his quarry. She gives away little, but Hil can see something is terribly amiss. And though he cannot say exactly why, he is determined not to let her come to more harm than whatever it is she has already survived. Six months later, Eleanor believes she has finally found safety from the tyrant she risked her life to escape. Thought to be dead by society, Eleanor is ready to be reborn as someone new—someone whose life will never again be tied to the fate of one man. But her smoldering savior seems unwilling to leave her unprotected for an instant. Despite the threats he thinks he sees coming, the real dangers Eleanor faces in Hil’s arms are unmistakable: temptation, seduction, and maybe even love. Praise for Devil in My Arms “Samantha Kane’s delightful characters and sizzling sexual tension always make for a great read.”—Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author of ’Twas the Night After Christmas “Devil in My Arms is a devilishly hot read. Intrigue, high stakes, banter, scandal, and sizzling chemistry . . . it kept me guessing right to the end.”—Ashlyn Macnamara, author of A Most Devilish Rogue “A dramatic tale . . . [There’s] heat and chemistry between our hero and heroine, with both of them finding that keeping their hearts unengaged was more of a struggle than they’d anticipated. . . . Eleanor never once lost her determination or spirit, and it was that strength that really appealed to me from the start.”—The Romanceaholic “Devil in My Arms is an enjoyable story. I adore Eleanor and Hil together. Their verbal sparring and dancing is as sexy as their mutual attraction.”—That’s What I’m Talking About “Beautiful story! I enjoyed it quite a lot. The characters are charming and very well described; the story, which sometimes has a bit of an intricate plot, is never confused or tedious.”—Il Profumo delle Pergamene “With a touch of steam to liven up the quiet moments with Hil and Eleanor, the pages just flew past.”—I Am, Indeed “Once again Samantha Kane’s brilliance shines. Each and every one of the books in the Saint’s Devils series is a winner and each one so delectably different.”—Book Obsessed Chicks Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.