Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Ebook Spotlight: Several new titles to check out

A.L. Vincent has published a Christmas prequel to her Fleur de Lis series, a romance titled “Catch and Release.” Carly Devereaux is single again and she’s determined to find the perfect guy by Christmas Eve. 
Perfectionistic Branna Lind has found true love with James Newbern, but the winds of Hurricane Katrina push their wedding date into an uncertain future in Linda Joyce’s new romance, “Branna,” book one in the Fleur de Lis brides series. Lind can’t wait on Fleur de Lis to be restored to marry James and James’ gun-toting ex-fiancee has been dipping into crazy. Despite Branna’s ranting, he’s not agreeing to a quickie Vegas wedding. His fiancee will be a Fleur de Lis bride, just as tradition dictates. Or he’ll die trying.
Sarah Cradit is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Paranormal Southern Gothic series, “The House of Crimson and Clover,” born of her combined passion for New Orleans, family sagas, and the mysterious complexity of human nature. She offers five “Crimson and Clover” short stories to the “House of Crimson and Clover” series in a set “Lagniappe Collection I.” It all revolves around two New Orleans families, the Deschanels and the Sullivans.
Roger C. Bull sets his latest novel in New Orleans with “Tenuem: The Thin Line” featuring Detective Sgt. August “Gus” De Noux through his publishing house Southern Oaks Publishing. Bull is also the author of several books including the international thriller “El Rey del Tiempo” and “The Thin Line of Good and Evil,” a serial murder  in the Irish Channel of New Orleans. His wife, Karen Bonvillain Bull, is the author of “Crescent City Crime: The Trilogy.”
Bull was born in New Orleans but lives in southwest Alabama now.
Melanie Jarrell of Lafayette wants to show women how to live a finer, more elegant lifestyle while challenging them to be the best person they can be in all aspects of their lives with “Refinement of Manner: Manners, Etiquette & Elegance for the Twenty-First Century Woman.” To learn more, visit  www.refinementofmanner.com.

Louisiana Book News is written by journalist Chere Dastugue Coen, who writes Louisiana romances under the pen name of Cherie Claire. The first two books in her award-winning series are free as ebooks! For more information and to sign up for her newsletter visit www.cherieclaire.net.