Remember Me and You, A Devil's Kettle Romance: Book 3

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She can’t forgive him...

Georgie Davis is a work of art. An exquisitely rendered portrait of the modern heiress, she’s as much an asset to the Davis brand as anything in the family gallery. People don't touch masterpieces, of course, but that's fine by her. She's cried enough for one lifetime. Her engagement wasn’t supposed to be a grand romance but then Peter Zinc came along and made her feel things. Messy things. Confusing things. Things that should’ve disappeared the moment he betrayed the family she adores. But they didn’t, and neither did he.

He can’t forget her...

Poverty is nothing new to Peter Zinc. But sharing that poverty with a few dozen sheep and an insubordinate dog? That’s a fresh wrinkle. That’s what you get when you cross Georgie Davis, though — a thorough, systematic and well-earned destruction. So why does he want her back so badly? Because she’s not the vapid trust-fund beauty he almost married. There's a whip-smart woman hiding inside that pretty shell who intrigues the hell out of him. And he means to have her.

Can two wary hearts learn to love...

Then a long-buried scandal rolls back into Devil’s Kettle, ripping apart old lies and threatening to reveal dangerous truths. It’s the kind of upheaval that could destroy Peter’s fragile fresh start and force Georgie to start feeling all the messy, confusing things she’s been avoiding. But with her family’s safety at stake, she’ll have to trust the most dangerous man she knows. He’ll have to become somebody better than the man he’s always been. Somebody who’ll protect the woman he loves...or die trying.

...before it's too late?

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    Remember Me and You, A Devil's Kettle Romance: Book 3 Reviews

  • Juliet Burk

    A triumphI hadn’t read Susan in years, and rediscovered her compelling Devil’s kettle series. These books are fantastic, and get better as the series goes. This one, is completely redemptive and b...

  • Peggy Kelley

    More Devil’s Kettle crazinessThe plot was a bit more like the first book in the series, in that it jumped around a bit in the first half at least. No new characters, but some were developed more. It...

  • Barbara Pretorius

    Thank you Susan! This series was fantastic and I lived with the family on every page. I was sad when it ended. Well done to a well written, entertaining series. ...

  • Marion Morrison

    .I loved this whole series....