Blue Bayou

Blue Bayou

Book - 2002
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Baker & Taylor
The daughter of a prominent judge, Danielle Dupree, a widow with a young son, returns home to the sleepy Louisiana town of Blue Bayou and is reunited with her teenage flame, Jack Callahan, the son of Judge Dupree's housekeeper, a former DEA agent turned best-selling author, who has bought Dani's childhood home. Original.

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Writer Jack Callahan returns to his hometown of Blue Bayou, Louisiana, a bad boy made good, but he is still not ready to face childhood sweetheart Danielle Dupree, who herself has gone from riches to rags thanks to her late husband.

Simon and Schuster
JoAnn Ross, one of the fastest-rising stars in contemporary romance, begins a stunning trilogy that showcases her extraordinary storytelling ability and introduces the unforgettable, moss-draped splendor of Blue Bayou. Danielle Dupree, daughter of a prominent judge, was the closest thing to a princess the sleepy Louisiana town of Blue Bayou ever had. Her passionate teenage love affair with Jack Callahan was cut short for reasons that were never clear to Dani -- but were all too obvious to Jack, the sexy bad-boy son of Judge Dupree's housekeeper. Thirteen years later Dani, a widow with a son, comes home to start a new life and is surprised that Jack, too, has moved back to the Bayou. A former DEA agent who is now a bestselling author, Jack has bought Dani's childhood home, Beau Soleil. But even as their passion reignites, Dani and Jack know that secrets hang in the air...and that the past may ruin their second chance at a once-in-a-lifetime love.

Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, 2002.
ISBN: 9780743436823
Branch Call Number: FICTION R
Characteristics: 376 p. ; 18 cm.


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