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A Second Chance (Hotel Marchand Series)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A delightful romance

    Two years have passed since Luc Carter tried to illegally steal the Hotel Marchand in New Orleans from his cousins. His endeavor has alienated him with his family and led to his conviction of conspiring with criminals. He has been on probation since hiding from everyone in shame.------------------------ Luc runs La Petite Maison B&B in Indigo, Louisiana where he meets single mother baker Loretta Castille when they work on a festival together. He is attracted to her but hides his criminal past from her because he knows she will dump him immediately having a former husband who died in prison. However, he knows what a Hobson Choice means as he must tell her the truth if he wants any chance of a future with her and her delightful eight years old bird watching daughter Zara, but fears if he tells mama the truth he will have no tomorrow with his beloved Loretta. --------------------------- Though the connection to the Hotel Marchand is through Luc¿s DNA and his felonious activities, Kara Lennox provides a solid second chance contemporary romance. Luc, who has renovated the cottage into a B&B with his hard labor feels quite a dilemma as he knows he does he is doomed and if he does not he is doomed. Either way before he can persuade his beloved they belong together he must forgive himself. Loretta is not quite as developed as he is though her stance on convicts means one strike and you¿re out. Thus love may prove too feeble to connect permanently in the bayous.--------------------- Harriet Klausner

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