This is part of the LeDeux series. Charmaine LeDeux is running from a loan shark and runs to her ex-husband, who is not really an ex, and claims that she is a born-again virgin. This is another funny addition to the series.
Book 3 in Sandra Hill's Cajun series finds Charmaine finally getting her story. Full of crazy situations, a hunky hero, and the loveable Charmaine, this book will provide a fun filled reading experience.
Love the series ("Cajun"s by Sandra Hill), isn't my favorite out of them, but might be yours! I did truly enjoy it, and I do believe it carries the humor and sexy-ness that all the novels in the series manage to combine successfully! A recommend, although you might want to start at the beginning of the series (this is second to last). Enjoy!
Talk about a bad hair day! Louisiana beauty salon owner Charmaine LeDeux has a loan shark on her tail and Raoul Lanier (who she thought she had divorced) has just delivered a bombshell. They're still married! Fun book to read
It's not easy to be a born-again virgin, but spandex-wearing, slogan-sporting, red-hot mama Charmaine LeDeux is giving it her best shot. After being married and divorced four times, she's pretty much had it with the opposite sex. But just as she begins to get the hang of this virgin thing, Raoul, hunky husband number one, brings her proof that not only are they still married, they've each inherited half of his father's cattle ranch. Hopeful matchmakers abound as the two are forced to live together, from the outrageous octogenarian Tante Lulu to several cheerfully interfering cowhands. Even St. Jude offers an unsolicited opinion from time to time. But reconciliation isn't the only issue at hand: Charmaine can't forget the $50,000 she owes a Dixie loan shark. Hill, who has made readers chuckle, chortle, guffaw, and giggle with her hilarious Viking series--A Very Virile Viking (2003), Tale of Two Vikings [BKL Ap 15 04]--will tickle their funny bones yet again as she writes in her trademark sexy style, the perfect accompaniment to a hot Cajun setting.