Book Reviews of Bayou Rose

Bayou Rose
Bayou Rose
Author: Linda Madl
ISBN-13: 9780821752685
ISBN-10: 0821752685
Publication Date: 3/1/1996
Pages: 382
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
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4.8 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Haunted by family scandal, orphaned Neilly Lind seeks refuge at Rosewood, a grand New Orleans plantation presided over by the eccentric Stirling women. Neilly doesn't realize that her position as a lady's companion is merely a ruse; the sisters have hired her to ensnare their nephew, a handsome, arrogant man with a talent for sending female senses spinning but with nary a thought of settling down.
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I LOVE Linda Madl's writing. I haven't found a book by her I didn't love!

Neilly and Damon crackle with heat and fire on the pages of this book. Their story has the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. I ached for each character and the pain they have endured in their short lives. I laughed at the antics of Damon's aunts and cousins. I cried for them and I rejoiced with them.

This is a must read if you like Historical Romances and/or Linda Madl.

You will have to find your own copy though, I'm not giving mine up.
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Haunted by a family scandal, orphaned Neilly Lind seeks refuge at Rosewood, a grand New Orleans plantation presided over by the eccentric Stirling women. Neilly doesn't realize that her position as a lady's companion is merely a ruse; the sisters have hired her to ensnare their nephew, a handsome, arrogant man with a talent for sending female senses spinning but with nary a thought of settling down. Damon Durande had gambled his way through England, waltzed his way through Paris, and even fought Indians in Texas...all to escape Rosewood and its painful memories. Only the outrageous schemes of his matchmaking aunts could bring him home. And only the challenging spirit and arousing beauty of Neilly - a woman he suspected of both fortune-hunting and outright thievery - could convince this roving bachelor that a woman's love was worth far more than a man's freedom.
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historical southern romance