Magnolia “Maggie” Delta Mallory has two major problems in her life: she is setting a world record in job layoffs and her luck with men is disastrous. Broke, discouraged and one year shy of 30, Maggie attends a journalism conference in Vegas in the hopes of landing another magazine job. Instead, she lands a husband. A Yankee one, no less.
Colin Parnell doesn’t trust the Southern belle who’s landed on his doorstep, inheriting part of his Yankee Living magazine through his irresponsible cousin Jake. But he’s inexplicably drawn to Maggie’s lilting Southern accent, homemade gumbo and her adorable smile. Can Colin and Maggie discover love despite the obstacles, breaking down the Mason-Dixon Line between them?
The Cajun Embassy series follows three Columbia journalism coeds homesick for Louisiana who find comfort in a bowl of Cajun gumbo. Each book — Ticket to Paradise, Damn Yankees and Gone Pecan — follows these dedicated friends as they make their way into the world. Because love — and a good gumbo — cures everything.
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About the Author
Cherie Claire is the award-winning author of several Louisiana romances and a paranormal mystery series. Her latest is the Viola Valentine paranormal mystery series, featuring New Orleans travel writer and ghost sleuth Viola Valentine. The books are: "A Ghost of a Chance" "Ghost Town" "Trace of a Ghost" "Ghost Trippin'" "Give Up The Ghost" Originally published with Kensington, the “Cajun Series” of historical romance follows a family of Acadians (Cajuns) who travel to South Louisiana and start anew after being exiled from their Nova Scotia home. The first three books (“Emilie,” “Rose,” “Gabrielle,”) follow the Gallant sisters as they attempt to reunite with their father (and find love) in the wilds of Louisiana and “Delphine” (Book Four) takes place during Louisiana's role in the American Revolution. The Dugas family saga continues into the 19th century with “A Cajun Dream” (Book Five) and “The Letter” (Book Six). Cherie is also the author of “The Cajun Embassy” series of contemporary romances – “Ticket to Paradise,” “Damn Yankees” and “Gone Pecan.” What happens when several Columbia journalism coeds homesick for Louisiana find comfort in a bowl of Cajun gumbo? They become lifelong friends. Because love — and a good gumbo — changes everything. Cherie lives in South Louisiana where she works as a travel and food writer when not indulging in Cajun culture. Visit her website at www.cherieclaire.net and write to her at CajunRomances@Yahoo.com.