Monday, August 13, 2012

Danger as steamy as the bayou heat...

Lucky's Lady by Tami Hoag

A story of a psychologist Serena Sheridan, who has come back to the small Louisiana town where she'd been raised --- and where her grandfather has suddenly gone missing. Successful, ambitious, beautiful, Serena always found the darker world of the bayous far less predictable --- and far more treacherous --- than the life she'd chosen.

And for help, she must turn to a man as mysterious and dangerous as the backcountry itself: Lucky Doucet. He's a man with a past littered with secrets best left concealed --- the perfect guide to lead Serena into a world of dazzling seduction, sudden violence, and raw natural beauty. From the exotic French Quarter to the most remote bayou, they would follow a trail of corruption and betrayal to a showdown that would require they trust not only their own deepest instincts for survival --- but each other.

My Thoughts

This book was great really kept me at the edge of my seat. Really enjoyed the southern culture. I can't believe Shelby though, her own sister she is trying to destroy. I admire Serena so much for the fact that she makes it through everything bad that happens to her. Lucky is another story. He's really a caveman in many ways, but I'm glad that he has some good qualities about him like his painting. I'm glad he finally took the next step and got in contact with a gallery for his paintings. Lucky and Serena are really great for each other even though it may not seem like it half the time during this book. I could most definitely read this book again.

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