Charmaine Joliet gets an offer she wants to refuse but can't. Someone from the old neighborhood knows a dark secret, one that could make Charmaine and her younger sister Jessi homicide suspects. But she'll keep quiet a price. The client "hires" Charmaine to help rid her of an unwanted rich husband. Meanwhile, troubled Jessi is in jail again for assault. The police would believe Jessi is capable of murder and that Charmaine is willing to be an accessory to protect her.
LaShaun Rousselle finally settled down in her small hometown of Beau Chene, Louisiana. She's content to have a few true friends, and a new love with Deputy Chase Broussard, the chief criminal investigator with the Vermillion Parish Sheriff Department. LaShaun is determined to live simply and quietly, no more trouble. But trouble arrives on her doorstep in the unlikely form of two middle-aged ladies bearing unsettling suspicions about weird happenings in the parish.
In Only by Moonlight, what starts out as a simple case of wild teenagers dabbling in the occult turns out to be just one layer to a far darker and deeper plot. A formidable cult is determined to unleash a malevolent force on the world. To her horror, Chase seems possessed by the threat LaShaun is fighting to defeat. Will she have to kill Chase to save him? LaShaun wages a war she can't afford to lose.
LaShaun Rousselle returns home to Beau Chene, Louisiana, and all hell breaks loose. Ten years ago LaShaun left for Los Angeles to get away from a scandalous past, which included being a suspect in a vicious killing. With whispers about voodoo and how she got away with murder, LaShaun decides to wipe the slate clean and start a new life. She leaves behind the Rousselle family legacy, and her infamous grandmother, Odette, who taught LaShaun too well how to use her psychic powers. Now LaShaun is back in Beau Chene.
"Satisfying Bayou mystery"