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Return to New York Times Bestseller Sandra Hill's Cajun country, where the Louisiana bayou is steamier than ever . . .
Alaskan pilot Aaron LeDeux came to Louisiana with his brother to discover his Cajun roots. But any hopes he had of returning home are extinguished when he agrees to help a crew of street monks and nuns rescue sex-trafficked girls. For the work has become his new calling. Plus, he's in love with a gorgeous almost-nun named Fleur . . .
With her harrowing past, Fleur Gaudet only feels safe at the nunnery. But when she's ordered out into the real world to decide where she truly belongs, Fleur goes to live with the notorious Tante Lulu, matriarch of the LeDeux clan. Suddenly, she's leading a regular life, thinking irregular thoughts about Aaron. With his whiskey-colored eyes and fierce bravery, Aaron is like her own personal Cajun cowboy, re-introducing her to . . . everything.
As the dangerous missions bring them closer, Fleur must decide if her heart is truly on the path she's been following, or if she'll have a new future with the man of her heart.
|Series||Hill, Sandra (Fiction writer). Cajun novel ; [book 8].|
Air pilots -- Fiction.
Human trafficking -- Fiction.
Nuns -- Fiction.
Cajuns -- Fiction.
Louisiana -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| New York, NY :
"Avon Books contemporary romance"--Spine.
Includes recipes (pages 355-356) and an excerpt from the author's The love potion (pages 359-374).
374 pages ; 17 cm.