Sweet Mystery

Sweet Mystery

by Lynn Emery
     
 

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Rae Dalcour is no longer the wild child she was growing up in small town Louisiana, but she still lives life on her own terms. A blues guitarist and singer, she leads her band and loves every minute of being on the road. When her father dies Rae does something she vowed never to do, she goes home to Belle Rose.

Simon heard all the stories about Rae's reckless

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Overview

Rae Dalcour is no longer the wild child she was growing up in small town Louisiana, but she still lives life on her own terms. A blues guitarist and singer, she leads her band and loves every minute of being on the road. When her father dies Rae does something she vowed never to do, she goes home to Belle Rose.

Simon heard all the stories about Rae's reckless youth, and the scandal that made the entire Dalcour family outcasts. He's unprepared for the powerful desire the sultry blues musician awakens in him. Forced to re-examine pre-conceived notions of who Rae really is, Simon savors the intense passion they share.

When a destructive fire, and the discovery of human bones seem linked to a fifty year old mystery, Rae and Simon must confront history to save their love, and put right a decades old injustice.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780988630345
Publisher:
Lazy River Publishing
Publication date:
02/08/2013
Pages:
394
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.88(d)

Meet the Author

Mix knowledge of voodoo, Louisiana politics and forensic social work with the dedication to write fiction while working each day as a clinical social worker, and you get a snapshot of author Lynn Emery. Lynn has been a contributing consultant to the magazine Today’s Black Woman for three articles about contemporary relationships between black men and women. For more information visit:
www.lynnemery.com

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