The object of his affection turns out to be Cora Dearing, a would-be reporter for the newspaper responsible for his family's disgrace. Cora sees the disappearance as her opportunity to advance to investigative work.
But enlisting the help of the mysterious Galen to help solve the crime exposes his hidden agenda. As bodies rise to the surface, and no one is whom they appear to be, their romance simmers and thickens like a true Cajun gumbo.
©2006 Mary Zelinsky; (P)2009 Books In Motion
"Something Very Wicked is sure to be a reading pleasure on a cold winter evening." (Romance Reviews Today)
If you are going to narrate a book, you should have a grasp of the English language (and French and Latin, if needed) and Ms Jorgensen certainly did not! Very distracting to have SO many words mispronounced...anyone from the Crescent City should stay away from this story and how she butchers so many of the lovey things about the Big Easy. Doesn't anyone listen to this before they release it?
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