Native American legends and the fairy world combine in a bayou filled with danger, deception and deadly secrets
As a shadow hunter of ancient, evil spirits, Chulah Rivers is used to strange creatures and happenings in the bayou. But when April Meadows appears out of nowhere to enlist the Native American's help in a battle that threatens the balance of the Fae and human worlds, Chulah is plunged into a deadly battleand confronted with an all-consuming desire for this mysterious stranger who knows far too much about his past
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Chulah Rivers, shadow hunter, is used to strange happenings in the bayou. But when April Meadows appears out of nowhere, Chulah has a hard time believing. She also seems to know a lot about his past. He is understandably suspicious when she wants to help in a battle that will preserve both the human world and the Fae Realm. April has been sent to help in a coming battle. She is soon in over her head and only Chulah can save her. There were so many interaction between the characters which I think I would have understood better if I read the first book. In spite of this, I found the book to be amazing. I enjoyed reading it and nothing turned out as I thought. There were many surprises and Chulah had a lot of changes coming in his life that he did not expect. I enjoyed reading this one and look forward to finding more in the series. There is so much life and unusual happenings in the pages of Bayou Shadow Protector. Pick this one up and prepare to be pulled into the pages starting with page one.