A Recommendation: Raisonne Curse

Good morning 🙂 I am not feeling well today due to a severe sinus headache overnight, but I wanted to share this amazing book with you.

One of my favorite books is Raisonne Curse by Rinda Elliott. I read it when it originally came out from Samhain Publishing, and the publisher is now sadly closed. But Rinda has recently re-released the book (and other books) with new covers, and I’m so happy! It’s a fantastic Southern Gothic paranormal romance, and I do hope it does well because I really want to read the next two books in The Brothers Bernaux Trilogy. 

I highly recommend checking this book out, as well as her other books, out 😀

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For years, Elita Raisonne has been on the run from a family curse that endangered her cousins and killed her mother and aunts. On the heels of yet another painful accident, Elita’s only hope is to trek deep into Louisiana’s Atchafayala Basin and ask the mysterious Bernaux brothers for help.

With one look at the beautiful redhead, Pryor Bernaux recognizes the abilities of a powerful hex worker. An evil, black smudge clings to Elita like a deadly shroud. With the help of his brothers, he could break the curse, but Mercer and Wyatt are away and Pryor can see she’s running out of time. He has no choice but to help the woman who makes him want things he and his brothers swore they’d never have.

The magical backlash is torture and the risk he’s taking threatens his heart. Unfortunately, it also threatens his life.
Keep a cold beverage on hand, because the bayou isn’t all that’s hot and steamy in this book. Deadly hexes, naked spellworking, mouthwatering court-bouillon, and sexy Cajuns will curl your toes…and maybe your hair.


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