Bayou Heat

Bayou Heat Acclaimed for her stories of steamy seduction and intrigue Donna Kauffman presents the midnight mysteries of Cajun country as renegade Teague Comeaux guides scientist Dr Erin McClure deep into voodoo

  • Title: Bayou Heat
  • Author: Donna Kauffman
  • ISBN: 9780553445374
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Acclaimed for her stories of steamy seduction and intrigue, Donna Kauffman presents the midnight mysteries of Cajun country as renegade Teague Comeaux guides scientist Dr Erin McClure deep into voodoo country and a smugglers lair.

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    1. Read/Reviewed for Sara at HarlequinJunkieReview copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalleyBayout Heat was a very good novel. I liked it and I would recommend it but don’t go into it expecting any surprises.We first meet our heroine, Dr. Erin McClure. She’s arrived in Louisiana to further her research. She thinks that she can take the plants and herbs that are used in Voodoo rituals and make practical medicines that could conceivably help millions of people. I think I liked Erin just fine. [...]

    2. Louisiana is a popular place to set sensual romance novels. I think it’s a combination of the heat and the Cajun culture, which gives a taste of the exotic right in the United States. Add in the voodoo religion, a smattering of Cajun French, and the sweltering heat and you have a recipe for a sexy romance.Which is what Donna Kauffman thought back in the 1996 when this book originally came out. Loveswept, the publisher, at that time was a division of Random House and responsible for some very p [...]

    3. Talk about bad first impressionDr. Erin McClure is extremely excited about an opportunity one of her colleagues has set up. She is meeting a guide to take her into voodoo country, his name is Teague Comeaux. When Erin arrives at her room she finds the bathroom covered in blood with a naked, dead man in the bath tub. Well, he wasn’t really dead but at first site Erin believes him to beybe not dead but he is definitely naked, injured, smokin’ hot and he has a gun! Not a great start to a new ac [...]

    4. Erin McClure is an ethnobotanist who needs a guide into the VooDoo world of Louisiana. Teague Comeaux is that guide. From the moment they meet, they feel a connection that is hard to resist. As Teague guides Erin through the Louisiana swamps, their attraction and connection grows stronger. But Teague is hiding something from Erin. When she finds out the truth will she continue to trust him or will she walk away forever, like everyone else?I enjoyed this story immensely even though I found it pre [...]

    5. **My FULL REVIEW here**Erin finally gets the break that she has needed to further her research, and is excited to get started. One problem preventing her from doing just thate naked man in her bathtub. Teague wakes up to Erin screaming, and let's her go on thinking he is nothing but trouble before he tells her that he is, in fact, her guide that she needs to get deep into the bayous and the cultures within.Teague leads Erin into the bayou, and Erin quickly discovers that Teague is hiding things [...]

    6. Thanks to the publisher,Random House Publishing Group, and NetGalley for the chance to read this!This is a re-issue of a Loveswept Classic Romance #801 originally published 8/96. Once again, Donna Kauffman has delivered another well written novel full of romance, suspense and intrigue. The characters are complex with strong personalities. The author developed an intriguing mystery that have you playing detective – the story kept me on my toes as I discovered clues and solved the mystery. Unlik [...]

    7. I haven't read many of Donna Kauffman's early books, so I was glad to see that Loveswept has reissued some of them. Bayou Heat is a quick and enjoyable read. It is one story that I wish was longer. I would have loved to get to know Erin and Teague a bit more in-depth. Their relationship sizzles off the pages from the first chapter. It's quick, passionate and really hot! There is a little intrigue, but nothing ultra exciting. I think it would have been better had it been longer. The reveal at the [...]

    8. I was not impressed. It was obvious from the beginning who Arnaud's boss was and how it would all play out. The entire book was predictable and if it wasn't such an easy read I'm sure I would never have finished it. But I can say that I liked the idea of reading a romance that was took a different route then any other book I have read, with the voodoo theme. However, it was so secondary to the rest of the book that it was just a prop and really the book could have been set up anywhere with any t [...]

    9. 09/11/05 #160TITLE/AUTHOR: BAYOU HEAT by Donna KauffmanRATING: 3.5/C+GENRE/PUB DATE/# OF PGS: Romance, 1996, 212 pgsCOMMENTS: Set in Louisiana -- Erin Mclure is anethnobotanist who hires Teague Comeaux to guideher through voodoo country.

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