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Felice: Bayou Bad Boys #1

Kathleen Bittner Roth

ISBN 9781420142082
Publish Date 4/28/2020
Format Paperback
Categories Historical, Zebra
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When beautiful shipping heiress Felicité Marielle Christiane Andrews finally returns to New Orleans after two years abroad, she does not expect to come face to face with the man she cannot forget—or to find him more captivating than ever. Now she must remind herself that she:
Lives a fabulous life in England
Is engaged to marry a fine man of nobility
Cannot allow the wicked Cajun back into her life…
…But indeed, she does.
Charismatic René Thibodeaux, illegitimate son of a voodoo witch, has worked hard to rise above his poverty-stricken bayou youth. He’s put his thieving and womanizing days behind him and earned a high-ranking position at Felice’s father’s company. Seeing her again only intensifies his longing for her—and his deep remorse for his past foolishness. But despite his success, he must remind himself:
He is unworthy of Felice in every way
She is forbidden fruit
He will do anything to win her—even risk his life…
 “An extremely promising writer of American historical romance.” –Booklist on Josette
“Gripped me from the opening page…kept me reading long into the night.”
--Jodi Thomas on Alanna
“A story to be savored.” Publishers Weekly on Celine

About Kathleen Bittner Roth:

Born in Minnesota, Kathleen Bittner Roth has lived all over the U.S.: Idaho, Washington, California, Texas and New York. Currently, she resides in Budapest, Hungary, often called the Paris of the East. Kathleen has won countless awards for her writing, including finaling in RWA's prestigious Golden Heart contest. She is an active member of Romance Writers of America, including the Hearts Through History chapter and has been a contributing editor for an online romance magazine as well as writing and producing successful seminars and meditation CDs.

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