The Taming of Katrina

The Taming of Katrina

by Shara Azod

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The Taming of Katrina by Shara Azod

Return to New Orleans... On the outside, she is fire and ice. But cool, calm, and collected Katrina Smith isn't all that she seems. Like a rippling pool, waves from her past continue to shake her inside. Aubrey had always been the studious one, but Katrina finds that his depth of knowledge goes far deeper than just books. He knows how to set her body ablaze while calming the storms in her sea. But can their love survive the maelstrom of trouble that finds them?

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ISBN-13: 9781257735631
Publication date: 03/13/2013
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 446 KB

About the Author

Shara Azod Shara was born in Florida, grew up in Southern California, and has lived all over the world. A Marine brat, Navy vet, and the wife of a Navy lifer, she has visited four of the world's seven continents. Her favorite destinations are Paris, Hong Kong, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Catania.

She has been writing all her life, but decided she wanted to write romance after reading The Flame & the Flower at the tender age of 13. That led to the notebook saga of Duran Duran, which was confiscated and turned over to her none too amused parents.

Shara married a real life cowboy and has two beautiful children. Currently residing in the South, she enjoys the slow easy pace

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book to try and get the rest of the back story behind Bapiste and Lady Reinne but that didn't happen.. It did give you and idea of what happened in through the years but what I want to know is what happened to Vivienne?? What happened when he found out he was drugged and lied to? Hopefully, the answers will be in Didiers Sun.. It would have been a much better read if there were less errors.
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