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The Forgotten Life of Emilie
     

The Forgotten Life of Emilie

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by Haden Hudson
 

History buff Emma Payton is used to the nostalgia she feels when she visits historic sites. But when she visits La Belle Vie, an old Louisiana plantation, she feels more than a mere wistfulness. Soon the memories begin to flood her. Unable to stop them, Emma is flung back into the arms of her dark lover, and into the forgotten life of Emilie

Overview

History buff Emma Payton is used to the nostalgia she feels when she visits historic sites. But when she visits La Belle Vie, an old Louisiana plantation, she feels more than a mere wistfulness. Soon the memories begin to flood her. Unable to stop them, Emma is flung back into the arms of her dark lover, and into the forgotten life of Emilie Villeneuve.

Emilie is a guest at La Belle Vie, where the master of the plantation has made her feel like family. Unfortunately for her, his son has not. He’s made it clear he wants her out. But the scorching kisses he gives her leave her confused, angry and desperate for more.

Andre Chevalier wants nothing more than to have the little minx removed from his home, but his body can’t seem to agree with him. Will he be able to get her out of his house before she sets up residence in his heart as well?

Contains situtations that may not be suitable for younger audiences.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033145041
Publisher:
Haden Hudson
Publication date:
03/11/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
522,115
File size:
306 KB

Meet the Author

Latin American self-published author who lives in the outer banks of North Carolina with her husband and two chihuahuas.

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The Forgotten Life of Emilie 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Alot of eye rolling through the generations! Loved the book anyway!