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The Cajun Cowboy
by Sandra Hill Warner Books

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 044612952

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

In the mood for laughter and romance combined in a story that will make you think of moving to Louisiana to live on a ranch? Love cowboys and the things they stand for? Then, The Cajun Cowboy is a book you won't want to miss.

Heartwarming and bossy Tante Lulu, cowhands Linc and Clarence are some of the best background characters you'll ever meet in a tale set in the Louisiana countryside. Their presence makes the Lanier ranch feel like home, a place you'd always welcome returning to.

And home it becomes to Raoul Lanier on his release from prison and a refuge to Charmaine LeDeux who is hiding from the Dixie Mafia. A divorce that didn't happen nullifies Charmaine's other three marriages that also ended in divorce so Raoul and Charmaine find themselves still married after ten years, yet they are strangers. The added spice of St. Jude's presence in this tale of searching hearts makes it a merry romp through the distance between two lovers. With the help of the saint and conniving family and friends, love has a chance, even as villainy works against them in the background. If you are a single fellow and going south, watch out if an old lady offers you a hope chest and you single gals, look out if this same old lady decides to 'help' you with advice on love. The magic of love can be felt on every page through every wonderful character you'll meet in this story. Highly recommended as a tale that will make you itch in places you can't scratch. Enjoy.

 

 
 

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