Creole Moon

Creole Moon

Creole Moon New Orleans is no place for an independent woman Amid the intrigue and glamour of the delta city Lucie must find her own way as she struggles to recover from devastating loss and what she fears is th

  • Title: Creole Moon
  • Author: Genevieve Stuart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • New Orleans is no place for an independent woman Amid the intrigue and glamour of the delta city, Lucie must find her own way as she struggles to recover from devastating loss and what she fears is the end of love The last thing she wants is to be beholden to a man especially a man as infuriating and intriguing as the mysterious newcomer from Spain Stephen Arroyo is kNew Orleans is no place for an independent woman Amid the intrigue and glamour of the delta city, Lucie must find her own way as she struggles to recover from devastating loss and what she fears is the end of love The last thing she wants is to be beholden to a man especially a man as infuriating and intriguing as the mysterious newcomer from Spain Stephen Arroyo is known in New Orleans as a cool headed gambler with a shadowy past Robbed of what was most precious to him, Stephen is caught in a fierce battle for revenge and redemption Lucie and Stephen need each other, in ways they can only begin to understand But can they overcome the demons that entrap their hearts and give in to the powerful force that pulls them together This meticulously researched and wildly romantic historical novel takes readers from the jungles of Mexico to the glittering elegance of 1840 s New Orleans Creole Moon is the first Kindle ebook release from historical romance author Genevieve Stuart.

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    Reviewer : ReannaRating : 4.5 StarsLucie was born into a time where women were supposed to marry, get pregnant and look pretty, well she wants more. When her husband turns out to be far less than she hoped for and unfortunate circumstances force her to be the man he should have been she finds one man to help.Stephen Arroyo is on a mission, a mission for revenge that may cost him more than he bargains for. The treasure he's found is nothing compared to what he might lose in the process.I really l [...]

    I received this book from the author and the Advanced Copies for Review group in exchange for a honest review.I honestly could not get into this book. I loved the setting since I grew up in the suburbs of New Orleans, but that is about it.Here are the reasons I did not like it:1. There was hardly any scenes between the hero and heroine. Throughout most of the book, they are both married to others. There was no chemistry between them at all. I need more romance in the books I read.2. The heroine [...]

    A very "Bon temps"An easy read that let's you experience the sights and flavors of America's beloved and entertaining Crescent City with its intricately woven diverse community of cultures and peoples.

    When I was a kid, and the long, hot summer offered few distractions to the important pursuit of reading, I gobbled up historical romances like Oreo cookies. As an adult, when my free time is significantly more precious, I have become significantly more discerning. I have high expectations for the books that luck into a coveted investment of my time and attention--and very little patience for anything that feels like a waste of those valuable commodities. I don't know if "Creole Moon" would have [...]

    A fine first book. written about New Orleans in the 1840's, it presents the history of that time in clear detail, and has characters that are real and believable, attracting the readers sympathy and interest. woven into the historical fabric, it is an interesting and at times exciting series of subplots with a dramatic ending. The heroine is an attractive and independent woman whose character evolves well, and the reader anticipates seeing her grow, as the book progresses, into a very interestin [...]

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