Jenkins infuses her dynamic stories with memorable characters -- sassy heroines and alpha heroes who fight injustice and compel readers to cheer them on. Her latest is no exception, and readers will take Clare and Dominic to heart, believing in their love and their struggle for freedom.
Since Clare's children are in Savannah, she makes a deal with the devil: She'll spend a night in his bed if he'll take her home. But their passion soars, and their island idyll opens Clare's eyes to the value of both love and freedom. When Dominic plots a dangerous mission to steal Clare's children, it takes great courage and trust to follow through, but Clare and Dominic have an abundance of both. (AVON, Oct., 350 pp., $6.99)