Song of the Bayou Elinor Lynley

ISBN: 9780451401984

Published: June 5th 1990

Paperback

416 pages


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Song of the Bayou  by  Elinor Lynley

Song of the Bayou by Elinor Lynley
June 5th 1990 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 416 pages | ISBN: 9780451401984 | 4.17 Mb

Susannah Paxton knew that Nicholas Jourdain, a bold, handsome Cajun planter, was her fathers enemy in the escalating violence between the Americans who wanted Louisianas rich land of sugarcane and slaves and the French emigrants who claimed it forMoreSusannah Paxton knew that Nicholas Jourdain, a bold, handsome Cajun planter, was her fathers enemy in the escalating violence between the Americans who wanted Louisianas rich land of sugarcane and slaves and the French emigrants who claimed it for their own.

But Susannahs loyalty to her father was no match for the swift, hard passion that swept her into Nicholass arms. Neither the cruel schemes of Nicholass rival...not the strange voodoo of the Haitian slaves...nor the hoofbeats of hooded vigilantes threatening danger could temper the power of their hungry kisses, or dampen the fire of their forbidden love....



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