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Absolute Trouble

(The first book in the Avalon Investigation series)
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At six-feet-tall, red-haired, and an ex-cop, Dulcinea Quinn isn't someone you want to mess with. But she meets her match when a friend on the police force asks her to hide a valuable eyewitness to a murder on her New Orleans houseboat. Julien Langlois is tall, dark, and dangerous--a man who hides secrets he doesn't want Dulcinea to discover--and he's willing to use all his Cajun charm and seductive persuasion to convince the beautiful redhead to free him from protective custody. Neither Julien nor Dulcinea are prepared for the powerful force of attraction that pulls them together--nor for the danger they'll have to face before they can learn if their love will survive the threats to their lives. Absolute Trouble is a novel fraught with danger and vividly colored with Louisiana's bayous and people. --Lois Faye Dyer

Genre: Romantic Suspense

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