Taylor, Chris, 1968 August 13- author. Raoul manages to get past her prickly defenses though and sweeps this former Miss Louisiana off her feet. Do you think I don't feel bad that you feel bad? While going over his father's paperwork, he realizes that this ex wife isn't really his ex wife and that his father left her half of his ranch. Lots of deep sighs and there really are no good words for this Cajun hunk. Who doesn't love cowboys and then add that he's a Cajun hunk ad you have hot, hot, hot. It takes a family filled Thanksgiving to get these two made-for-each-other lovers to finally take the leap.
Cheesy, silly, but pretty funny in parts. Now I do love when the Cajun Men village people it up - and this time on horses and there was that very steamy wink wink sauna scene, but I want something a little different. Thoroughly Yankee Rachel Fortier wants romance in her life - and her jerks fiancé thinks keeping her buns and abs in perfect tone is romantic. After being married and divorced four times, she's pretty much had it with the opposite sex. Growing up in a small town in Pennsylvania, Sandra says she was quiet and shy, no funny bone at all, but she was forced to develop a sense of humor as a survival skill later in her all-male household: a husband, four sons, and a male German shepherd the size of a horse. The Cajun Cowboy starts with Charmaine and Tante Lulu commiserating over some oyster shooters.
A real crowd pleaser, guar-an-teed. I love what she did with her ex though. I loved many of her Time-Travelling Vikings who refused to stay put in their own time, and her last - Very Virile Viking was one gem! Charmaine was delightful especially when she was decked out in her in-your-face bimbo attire. Rachel is a wee bit stuck up at the beginning. This book is part of a series by Sandra Hill and I can't wait to read the others. But her bad luck is just beginning, she has a loan shark on her yail and raoul lanier, the six-foot-three hunk of testosterone she When a man's either a Cajun or a Cowboy, it's enough to make a good ol' Southern girl's heart beat faster, but whe he's both at once? I hope but just in case here's a few things 1.
Talk about a bad hair day! Only her bottled water ways is about to come a cropper as she lands on grannie's bit of swampland. After reading Colleen's review of Cajun Cowboy, I ran out and bought the last copy from my local bookstore. Her mother is a stripper and nearly everyone thinks Charmaine is a dumb bimbo, but she is a savvy businesswoman. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. I really enjoyed both of their characters. Do you think you can holler at me, and my feelings won't get hurt? Charmaine LeDeux was feeling sorry for herself after four divorces and single again but fate was on her side. The character of Tante Lulu and St.
Well, this was the same flow as the last book, but more trailor trash characters were introduced. Wilson, Maureen Cartoonist , author, illustrator. Putting aside all preconceived ideas of her grandmother and her home, Rachel meets Remy LeDeux for the first time when he is at her grandmother's house, attempting to buy some land from her grandmother, Gizelle Fortier. The funniest character is Tante Lulu and I'm looking forward to reading more of her outrageous dialog in the other bo I'm very thankful to the publisher for choosing a sedate cover for The Cajun Cowboy. I've read every Cajun, Viking, and Jinx book Sandra Hill wrote, but in paperback.
We're not talking grins or brief giggles, we're talking laughs that make your sides hurt and bring tears to your eyes. Louisiana beauty salon owner Charmaine LeDeux has a loan shark on her tail, and Raoul Lanier, the six-foot-three hunk of testosterone she thought she divorced, has just delivered a bombshell: They're still married! The leads had hot chemistry and I'll never tire of reading and thinking about our hero in his scuffed boots, tight wranglers, snap button cowboy shirt, and beat up cowboy hat. She is the wife of a stockbroker and the mother of four sons. But it was a stand-alone story and no background knowledge was required. Sandra Hill is a graduate of Penn State and worked for more than 10 years as a features writer and education editor for publications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Do you think you can holler at me, and my feelings won't get hurt? Cajun Cowboy is a great story - laugh out loud funny, sexy, witty, and full of the most bizarre, eccentric characters. Rusty the ex or present husband gets out of jail.
Soon she's taken over the house, adding feminine touches everywhere and having his three ranch hands eating out of her hand. I read this one years ago in paperback and liked it as much as the others. Watching him get driven crazy by Rachel and her family but also seeing him fall in love is so so wonderful. Remy helps Rachel see beyond the stuck upness she tends to have and gets her out of her comfort zone. Lots of deep sighs and there really are no good words for this Cajun hunk.
Lots of laughs and a sizzling romance. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Rodkey, Geoff Irvine, Joan Etler, Cyndy Taylor-Smith, Claire Simpson, Dana Thomas, Sherry Lennon, Thomas Capin, Hannah VanArsdale, Anthony Palacio, R. They can't and have some very hot sex. As if that wasn't enough, her first ex husband she has had four of them all together comes waltzing back into her life and tells her that technically she has never had any ex husbands because they are still legally married! As if that's not bad enough, Raoul Lanier, who she thought she divorced years ago, tells her that they're still married! Good read I read this one years ago in paperback and liked it as much as the others. She finds herself and love. And Rachel, who just dumped her 5-year fiance and found a grandmother in Louisiana.
After finally dumping her no-good fiancé, decorator Rachel Fortier hightails it out of D. Louisiana beauty salon owner Charmaine LeDeux has a loan shark on her tail, and Raoul Lanier, the six-foot-three hunk of testosterone she thought she divorced, has just delivered a bombshell: They're still married! It's hard enough for Raoul to play cowboy to a bunch of scrawny steer, let alone suffer the exquisite torture of living with the delectable Charmaine, who's declared herself a born-again virgin. Raoul was always trying to say the right things, but somehow messing up in that department. It's not easy to be a born-again virgin, but spandex-wearing, slogan-sporting, red-hot mama Charmaine LeDeux is giving it her best shot. They complement one another as well. As if that wasn't enough, her first ex husband she has had four of them all together comes waltzing back into her life and tells her that technically she has never had any ex husbands because they are still legally married! All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The South Was Never This Hot.