Tuesday, March 12, 2013

"Sugar Roux Voodoo" is available in Print!

I love the cover of Sugar Roux Voodoo. It's one of my favorites. Syneca designed it and did a beautiful job of capturing the spooky feel of a cursed Louisiana plantation in 1834. Of course I think the late Angelo Riguero made a perfect Valcour Curry. I am sincerely honored to have him on the cover.

This is the first book of four stand alone stories that are all tied together with magic and shape shifters and lots of romance in bayou country. The next three are coming soon. If you missed "Sugar Roux Voodoo" in ebook form or just prefer a paperback book--this is your chance.

Night Owl Reviews gave "Sugar Roux Voodoo 5 stars Top Pick Recommended read!


New Orleans, 1834. Lark La Beau is a green-eyed beauty and respected beneficent voodoo priestess with the sometimes uncooperative gift of clairvoyance. Captain Valcour Curry is a debonair, larger-than-life buccaneer with ambition to burn and a taste for fine things. Following a whirlwind romance with Lark, he disappears at sea, leaving Lark with a riverboat and a child to rear—alone.

A guilty act of piracy causes Valcour to fall victim to a shapeshifting magician who practices the dark art of soul-swapping. For five years Valcour has been enslaved as an emotionless zombie with no memory of his loved ones or past. From dusk to dawn he is cursed to toil in the cane fields while the evil magician uses his soul to lure women  and have his brutal way with them.

Lark will risk hell and journey to the oppressive Broken Oak Plantation to break the curse. It’s a terrifying place. Her only tools to call Valcour’s lost soul back to life are voodoo and the sensual power of love.

Sugar Roux Voodoo, available now in eBook and print from Ellora's Cave Publishing.



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