Sazerac Seductionby Eden Elgabri
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Promising attorney and heartthrob, Remy Allemande, needs to find a way to keep an environmental attorney out of the courtroom. At least until he can figure out why she wants to shut down Crawdaddy�s, an infamous bayou bordello. One look at the opposing counsel and Remy decides seduction is the only solution. Not only will that satisfy his client�s needs, it�ll take care of his own.
Cyn LeBlanc doesn�t really have a case. She just needs to shut down Crawdaddy�s long enough to see if her working girl cousin is being held there against her will. When she accepts a ride on a trapper�s pirogue, Cyn becomes trapped herself, in the arms of the sexiest man she�s ever seen. Remy ignites a fire in her body as well as her soul. They drink Sazerac and a hundred-proof seduction ensues.
But what will happen when she finds out he�s not some backwoods trapper? Will their battle in the courtroom spill over to the bedroom? And will the scales of justice balance or will she lose her heart?
My Readers: You need a fan just looking at Remy. He�s the type of man all women hope for and all women fear. This gorgeous Cajun is sex personified. But straight-laced Cynthia is more worried about losing her heart than her inhibitions.
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Meet the Author
Eden Elgabri has a BA in Secondary Education from Arizona State University and an MA in English from the University of Rhode Island. She works full time teaching writing. A student once complained about the length of an assignment to which Eden replied with her normal catch phrase, "You could write a book about that." His reply, "Why don't you," changed her life. By the end of the school year Eden completed her first work of fiction and joined Rhode Island Romance Writers. She now cannot imagine a life without the characters that are her constant companions. Eden resides in Rhode Island with her two wonderful teenage children and two crazy cats
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I loved Remy and love stories about Louisiana.
Only 36 pages! Kind of a rip off! I wished we knew how many pages a book had before we download :o(