I've read a few of Stella Cameron's earlier works, and certainly enjoyed them, but none of them have quite compared to the experience of French Quarter, her harder-edged hard cover debut.
Celina Payne is the perfect southern heroine: sexy yet demure, strong and intelligent, but utterly feminine.
But Jack Charbonnet - who's no slouch himself by the way - is convinced that Celina's sweet appearance is a facade. He takes one look at her standing in the same room as the body of his best friend and decides that she was responsible for his moral decline and subsequent death.
Fortunately, Jack soon discovers his error, Celina quickly realizes she can trust Jack Charbonnet absolutely, and what follows is a passionate, compelling, and wonderfully tender love story that will leave you waiting with bated breath for Stella Cameron's next book.
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