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And now for a book perfect for Halloween
(cause who doesn't need a dose of 'eye candy' and a hot paranormal romance?):
Jazzmyn Livaudais is struggling to hold it together. With a continuously cranky baby, a rocky relationship with her fiancé, Kyle, and money getting tight at her restaurant, she’s having trouble staying focused. But when the strange nightmares begin, Jazzmyn knows it can only mean one thing: Julian Devereau is back. In order to protect her daughter and Kyle, Jazzmyn must keep Julian from his moment of reckoning. Will the satyr’s curse be lifted, or will Jazzmyn find the strength to destroy Julian Devereau once and for all? Some curses are never meant to be broken, and some desires are never meant to be undone. Beware The Satyr’s Curse.
This is the follow up to The Satyr's Curse (volume 1) and brings back everything you loved from the first book! Julian is back in his regal glory, driving Jazzmyn nuts and Kyle to distraction. New Orleans with all its good and evil is the perfect setting for the tale.Add in baby Jackie and more problems arise. Once again Jazzmyn can not walk away from Julian, yet it is up to her to make him disappear so she can get back her life. She walks in both worlds, as much as Julian. But can she end the curse? Or is the curse doomed for both of their families forever? I don't want to give anything away! The book is a quick read, and definitely for the over 18 crowd, and will light up your Halloween! Once you read one of Alex's book, you'll find yourself wanting to read more, so be prepared!
About the Author:
Alex is an advanced practice registered nurse who was born and raised in New Orleans. Having been brought up in the motion picture industry, she learned to tell stories from a different perspective and began writing at the age of eight. Infusing the rich tapestry of her hometown into her award-winning novels, she believes that creating vivid characters makes a story memorable. A permitted/certified wildlife rehabber with the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries, Weis rescues orphaned and injured wildlife. She lives with her husband and pets (including our blogging group mascot Rodney the Raccoon!) in New Orleans. Follow her on her Website, Blog, Facebook, or Twitter pages for more info!
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