A Grave Mistake (Bayou Series)

A Grave Mistake (Bayou Series)

by Stella Cameron
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Grave Mistake (Bayou Series) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
showcasebear More than 1 year ago
This was the first book I read by this author and it hooks you in after the first chapter. And thru the book was non stop with things happening without revealing who was behind the attempt to the mother's death . Worth reading, story keeps you going til the end. Alot of characters mixed in with the main, but you don't get lost. Would read more of this author's books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is yet another outstanding book by Stella Cameron. The characters are just phenomenal -- not cut out characters but real 'people' with layers and textures. The suspense had me on the edge of my seat. Ms. Cameron blended all of the elements seemlessly into a book that you won't want to put down until the end.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have no respect for authors who put explicit sex into a story to sell a book. The story is stopped while the characters have sex. It does nothing to enhance the plot and is unnecessary except to sell books. I have nothing against sex in books if it is an integral part of the plot or story, which in this case, is not. I will not read any more Harlequin books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just finished reading this book and thoroughly enjoyed this story. It took me back to my visits in New Orleans making both the characters and the scenery Ms. Cameron describes very real! The steam between Guy and Jilly was sexy red hot. A Good read!
harstan More than 1 year ago
New Orleans Detective Nat Archer heads to nearby Toussaint to enlist the aid of his partner Guy Gautreaux, on a leave of absence. Nat tells him someone shot and killed Pip Sedge in the French Quarter the victim had ties to Toussaint. Guy says no as he still heals from a tragedy. Pastry shop owner Jilly Gable wants Guy though he does all he can to discourage her even though he desires her too. He is concerned that a woman claiming to be Jilly¿s mother Edith, who deserted her years ago, wants to be back in her life. Edith has brought her husband antiques dealer Sam Preston with her. Guy does not trust the Prestons or their bodyguard although he admits he has only a feeling about the duo. Still he investigates because he will not allow any harm to come to Jilly, but is unaware of the link back to New Orleans. --- Though the flood puts a damper on this Bayou romantic suspense thriller, readers will still appreciate this fine tale. The hero is a good guy trying not to get involved, but unable to keep out especially since he is falling in love with the upbeat Jilly. She is the more intriguing character with her need to belong to a loving family sending her willingly into accepting the Prestons and ultimately into danger. Stella Cameron provides a strong tale, but the real world provides an eerie feel to the Louisiana background. --- Harriet Klausner