Review: The Cajun by Dominique Adair

The Cajun
By Dominique Adair

Genre: Contemporary Erotic Quickie (80 pages)

Release: January 12, 2010

Price: $4.95 (available as an e-book only)
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave

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What I liked:
It was interesting to see a book written about Louisiana. It’s a part of the country I’ve never been to, so I found it interesting to be thrown into the Cajun culture and the world of voodoo. That being said, the story took a little time to get going. When the scenes started to heat up, it moved along quickly. Definitely an interesting read. I hope to check out this author again.

Book Blurb

During a storm in the marshes of Southern Louisiana, Rachel Thierry finds herself seeking shelter in an old cabin, never dreaming a childhood friend now resides there.
Etienne Broussard’s trip into New Orleans was curtailed and he returns home to find Rachel sound asleep in front of the fireplace. All softness and curves, and with a sexual hunger as deep as his own, Rachel is everything he ever wanted in a woman.
Outside the storm rages as Rachel and Etienne push the boundaries of friendship and their passions erupt into a fiery inferno that will forever change their lives.

Publisher’s Note: Originally available in the Summon the Masters anthology.

Denise Alicea
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