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Lifeline: The Bayou Secrets Saga, Book 2

Lifeline: The Bayou Secrets Saga, Book 2

by Judy McDonough

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Overview

With her nursing degree in hand and a blossoming new relationship with Cade, Caroline Fontenot is finally happy. Her mother has come to New Orleans to be closer to her, and the ghost of her grandmother hasn't made an appearance since Caroline moved back to the bayou. Life seems perfect-until someone she loves is shot during her graduation party, confirming her family is still in danger. Cade becomes increasingly secretive and evasive about his past, and Caroline soon discovers his skills go disturbingly far beyond landscaping and moonlighting in a band. While battling her serious doubts about Cade, Caroline's ex-fiancé pops in for a surprise visit at the worst possible time, instantly raising her suspicions about his intentions. Her rotten luck escalates when a freak accident prefaces an encounter with a voodoo woman in New Orleans who reveals two dark spirits haunting Caroline, feeding off her energy and fear. It's only a matter of time before her heart will give out or some other mysterious "accident" could rob her of her life. She must take immediate action to rid herself of this evil darkness before it overpowers her.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991193035
Publisher: Judy McDonough
Publication date: 08/21/2014
Series: Bayou Secrets Saga , #2
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Judy McDonough is a southern author of the Paranormal Romance series titled The Bayou Secrets Saga. A U.S. Navy veteran, the Arkansas native was stationed in New Orleans during her enlistment where she met her husband. In twelve years, they've lived in Louisiana, Tennessee, and now reside in Texas with their three young boys, two dogs, three kittens, and a bearded dragon.

Fascinated with the supernatural and haunting elements of the South, her writing style will always include some facet of the extraordinary whether through her characters, their settings, or the situations in which they find themselves.

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