The finale in the Callahan Brothers Trilogy. Yet ago a book I found hard to put down. Trying to locate her birth mother leads Detective Regan Hart to Blue Bayou, Louisiana & spending time in the company of mayor Nate Callahan. A romance & mystery unfold!
The saga of the Callahan brothers was very entertainging, especially the youngest brother, Nate.
He thinks that he is a free spirit who just loves "all" women and has no idea of ever settling down. When Regan enters his life on a quest to find out if the woman who raised her was her mother or not, Nate is taken by her attitude. She is a hard nosed LA police Detective with little regard for Nate's "Southern boy ways". It was a good story. Interesting characters.
Awful! I really wanted to like this book, but I couldn't get past the heroine! Too pushy, too defensive, just too much that I didn't like about her. I loved Jack's book, and got through Finn's, but I couldn't even get half way through this one!
This book is part of a trilogy set in the Blue Bayou called the Callahan Brothers trilogy and is the final book in this series. See Blue Bayou and River Road. This book is about a homicide detective who lands in Louisiana's Blue Bayou and gets mixed up in puzzles of her past. Oh course, there is a love interest - the handsome, women loving Nate Callahan. I loved all three of these books.
Very good book set primarily set in Louisiana's bayou country. Third book of the Callahan Brothers Trilogy. First and second books are: "Blue Bayou" & "River Road". This is the first of the trilogy I've read but I definitely will be reading the first two.
L.A. Homicide detective Regan Hart's life is turned upside down with the discovery that she was adopted. Following a trail left in her birth mother's journal, she lands in Louisiana's Blue Bayou, where she's determined not to let Nate Callahan, the town's handsome,sweet-talking mayor distract her from her search. Nate Callahan loves women-and they have always loved him right back. No-nonsense Regan couldn't be more different from his usual type, but as they spend time together,unlocking the puzzles of Regan's past, neither can deny the attraction sizzling between then-and both come to realize that family bonds are forged not through blood ties, but through choices of the heart.
Brenda E. (luv2rd) reviewed Magnolia Moon (Callahan Brothers Trilogy, 3) on
Regan Hart's life is turned upside down with the discovery that she was adopted. Following a trail left in her birth mother's journal, she heads for Louisana's Blue Bayou, where she's determined not to let Nate Callahan, the town's mayor, distract her from her search.
I enjoyed the third of the Callahan Brothers Trilogy--Magnolia Moon very much. Like the other Callahan books, the setting was in Louisiana in bayou country. But like the other stories people were drawn into the fold from other parts of the country. I have come to love JoAnn Ross' story telling very much. There is just the right amount of sexy spice along with some kind of an emotional upheaval in various people's lives.
L.A. homicide detective Regan Hart's life is turned upside down with the discovery that she was adopted. Following a trail left in her birth mother's journal, she lands in Louisiana's Blue Bayou, where she's determined not to let Nate Callahan, the town's handsome, sweet-talking mayor, distract her from her search. Third in the Callahan Broithers trilogy.