Book Reviews of Blue Bayou

Blue Bayou
Blue Bayou
Author: JoAnn Ross
ISBN-13: 9781416503781
ISBN-10: 1416503781
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 263
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Books
Book Type: Paperback
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This book was exciting from the very beginning! I could not put it down. Set among the cypress of the Lousianna Swamps a family plantation looms out of the mist complete with Romance and Suspense. Hot steamy romance and conflict between the main characters create the perfect novel. This is the first in the Callahan brothers Trilogy, I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
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if you select this book you should get all tree of the series. blue bayou
river road
magnolia moon
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I really loved this book. It is the first of a trilogy,the rest of which I also liked very much. I was hesitant to post them,but decided it was time to let them go and maybe someone else could enjoy them. I am actually more fond of all of Jo Ann Ross' earlier books,then of her newer ones(sorry Jo Ann).
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Great Read. I look forward to other books in this series.

Angie B
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Enjoyed this entire series. Three brothers and three good stories.JoAnn Ross most always tell a good story.
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This book is full of mystrey and secrets and sex it is a very good read
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Very good JoAnn Ross book.
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Jack Callahan's story...from the Callahan Brothers Trilogy. Joann Ross at her best.
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I loved this book, except for the very end. I got the impression the author realized she was running out of time and just needed the story wrapped up. I did like the rest of the book however--Jack and Dani are great characters!
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If the other two Callahan Brothers Trilogy books I have sitting on my shelf are as good as this one, I will be a very happy reader. I have been longing for a good love story with lots of emotion and Blue Bayou certainly brought that to me. I will definitely be looking forward to more JoAnn Ross books.
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quick read, little mystery and romance.
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If you love romances, this is a good one. JoAnn Ross is a talented storyteller. Good book for the beach or just to curl up with.
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I really like this book, very much reminds me of Nora Roberts writing.
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This was a great read!!! I can't wait to read books 2 & 3!
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Like to get the rest of them
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A good story. I've always enjoyed books about the south
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Great book. The first in the serie. If you can, get all three and read them in succession. The whole series was wonderful.
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Great start to the trilogy.
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The first book of a good trilogy.
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First in a trilogy of the Callahan Brothers
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Series: Callahan Brothers Series, #1
From Our Editors
The first book JoAnn Ross's Callahan Brothers trilogy, Blue Bayou is a suspenseful, passionate, contemporary romantic adventure. As the story unfolds, Jack Callahan has returned to his childhood home in Blue Bayou, Louisiana. Contrary to popular expectation, this bad boy has made good, using his bitter experiences and shadowy past to fuel his career as a bestselling suspense writer. But there's one part of his past he's not ready to face: Danielle Dupree. Thirteen years ago, Dani was the perfect daughter of a prominent local judge, a stubborn man whose plans for his only child didn't include her passionate affair with his housekeeper's wild Cajun son. Things have changed since then. The judge is in jail; Jack owns Dani's family plantation. And widowed Dani is coming home with her young son, in the shadow of scandal and on the brink of financial ruin. Fate is giving Jack and Dani a second chance -- if perilous secrets past and present don't put a stop to their future.... Find out what JoAnn Ross has to say about Blue Bayou and her plans for the Callahan Brothers trilogy in our interview with the author.
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The first in a trilogy.
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This is the first novel in the Callahan Brothers trilogy.
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Good story and likeable characters.
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The first book in the Callahan Brothers trilogy. This book introduces the moss-draped splendor of Blue Bayou in Louisiana. Danielle Dupree is the daughter of a prominent judge and has been gone from Blue Bayou for several years. Now a widow, she & her son return home. Bad-boy teenage love Jack Callahan is also back which means past secrets must be explored. Great book.
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I loved this story of Danielle Dupree and her first love, bad boy Jack Callahan. This is a true love story, and the turmoils of each ones past is greatly explored. I love this author and hope to finish this series.
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Bad boy, good girl.... set in Louisiana. First part of a trilogy.
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First in a trilogy about the Callahan Brothers.
"Danielle Dupree, daughter of a prominent judge, was the closest thing to a princess the sleepy Louisiana town of BlueBayou ever had. Her passionae teenage love affair with Jack Callahan was cut short for reasons that were never clear to Dani--but all too obvious to Jack, the sexy bad-boy son of Judge Dupree's housekeeper."