Whew hot hot hot! What is better than a hot Cajun man on a hot Louisiana night...NOTHING! This book was funny and sexy. It was a quick read for those who enjoy the romance and sizzle, this one was good.
Funny and fun book...you can hear the southern, Cajun words right off the pages
Third in the trilogy. Fun summer reading...
This was one fun book to read. Very hot and very funny. Easy to read, but worth it.
Funny and steamy. Great read!
Spicey, with lots of information about the Louisana swamps. All to gether an enjoyable story!
I'm ready to move to Louisianna and find me a cajun family. I love Sandra Hill and her Cajun series. I laughed out loud during the book and loved the hot romance scenes - Cajuns really do have more virility...should I find a shipping company that can freezer pack crawfish? Though this series is over, I can't wait to start on her Jinx series.
The story plot was good, I just couldn't get into it because of her writing style. She had her heroes talking in ways that men don't really talk...
I have already read one other "Cajun" book of Sandra Hill's. Being from Louisiana, it made me homesick for the characters, food and music. This book was a little hotter than the other book I read but not enough to be embarrassing to me.
the title says it all. very sexy.
Rene is trying to get away from it all, but ends up stranded in remote country with his former high school nemisis and current TV anchor, Val.
I love all of Sandra Hill's cajun books, but this one in particular was both entertaining and interesting. The story of the destruction of the wetlands is accurate and close to home for me, being from Louisiana. But the best part of this series is the grandmother. She is so typical cajun and hilarious that you'll be in hysterics.
fast read, steamy bayou setting...and if you've ever been to the Louisiana bayou country, you will feel at home.
I abso-lu-tely loved this book! It reminded my of the humor and sweetness of a rel relationship I've been in, and I truly giggled through this book, and the romance was no slouch either! I highly recommend this book, esp to anyone who has enjoyed the series (all Cajun love stories), but must wish you luck in finding another copy, as I will be keeping mine to re-enjoy and share with borrowing friends. As most of the series' covers say, it truly is hilarious and sexy in the Bayou.
All the books in Sandra Hill's Cajun series are hot! Good story, fun secondary charecters. Loved it.
Another fun and sexy book by Sandra Hill. Her Cajun books are wonderful! Lots of fun to read!
"The long hot Louisiana summer just got hotter for Rene' LeDeux. He's burned out by D.C. politics and only wants to build his cabin in peace. But if his wacky, matchmaking great-aunt has her way, Bayou Black's prodical son will be hitched before he can say butt-naked!...It's a heat wave, guar-an-teed! Val vows she'll give her heart to the Cajun bad boy when alligators fly." -(Inside front cover)
all Rene LeDeux wants is a little peace in the sanctuary of Louisiana's Bayou Black after his stint as an environmental lobbyist in Washington, D.C., losing battle after battle to big businesses and interest groups who couldn't care less about the planet. But instead he must fight an even bigger battle: his tree-hugging activist friends have kidnapped Trial TV celebrity Valerie "Ice" Breaux and brought her to Bayou Black to get media attention for their cause. To make matters worse, Rene, a Cajun, and Valerie, a Creole, share an antagonistic past. Hill has put more of everything in this book--more hot sex, a more serious subtext (both Rene and Valerie were abused as children), and a lot more information on bayou ecology and the effects of a changing environment--adding up to a brimming romance for people who like to laugh, people who like to cry, and people who are concerned with the current status of the earth. Shelley Mosley
Excellent! All of her books in this series are very good!
Good story! Eery foresight- author shows how Katrina wreaked such havoc. Author set a big sexy stsory in the wetlands of Louisiana, where the delicate eco balance has been destroyed due to the big buck interests. Quirky southern characters, lots of spice and sass! Modern version of hot hot Cajun male and equally hot Creole female lead. This book is funny and smart, with sizzle.
I loved this one. Got a soft spot in my heart for Cajun men ever since my 7th grade science teacher - but I digress. Rene LeDeux, hotshot D.C. lawyer, gets tired of the beltway & comes back home to fix up his "cabin" in the swamps. High school nemesis Val (Ice) Breaux, Trial TV anchor, is kidnapped & plunked down in the cabin with him... environmental baddies after them both...& the heat between these two is "hotter than a pepper sprout."
its a fun read especially for cajun lovers! laughter and sex!
The long hot Louisiana summer just got hotter for Rene LeDeux. His matchmaking great-aunt has stranded him in the Louisiana swamps with his high school nemesis Valerie "Ice" Breaux. Great reading.
The long hot Louisiana summer just got hotter for Rene LeDeux. He's burned out by D.C. politics and only wants to build his cain in peace. But if his wacky, matchmaking great-aunt has her way, Bayon Black's prodigal son will be hitched before he can say butt-naked! That honor goes to Valerie "Ice" Breaux, Rene's high school nemesis turned TV anchor, who's been abducted by Rene's activist friends.
Mon Dieu! It's bad enough being kidnapped and having her power suit ride up her thighs. Did she have to land in the lap of the most irritating, sexist hunk she's ever laid her eyes on? Now Val's stranded in Rene's remote cabin, besieged by irrepressible LeDeux relations, not to mention a dingbat duo out to save the swamp. It's a heat wave, guar-an-teed! Val vow's she'll give her heart to the Cajun babd boy when alligators fly. Rene swears to get the girl who got away. It's never heen steamier in the bayou than with tow people this red-hot with desire...and more than ready for love.
This was my favorite of the Cajun Series. This a was an easy light hearted romance. This as well as the others could be read alone.
another great cajun love story by Sandra Hill