At the Library this Thursday * Louisiana author’s
Son of a Sinner (A Sinner’s Legacy Book 1)
Dean Billodeaux, son of legendary Sinners quarterback Joe Billodeaux, strives to be his father on the football field but not off of it. Often accused of being “no fun”, he possesses a stainless reputation. The only person who believes he isn’t perfect is Stacy Polasky, an orphan raised by his parents. Stacy has maintained a bickering relationship with Dean calling him a big lout. He retaliates by dubbing her the Princess.
When Dean’s sister sees though their antagonism and realizes they are attracted to each other, she suggests Stacy stop being so independent and allow Dean to rescue her a few times. They set up several situations in which he can be Stacy’s hero, but one goes badly awry and descends into real danger. Dean learns of Stacy’s ploy and feels like a complete fool. Can she regain his love and trust before another woman steps in and takes the prize from the Princess?https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TBW2D4E/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p2_i0
Book Thoughts : I have enjoyed all the books in the Sinners’ series as different characters grow up and experience their own adventures, challenges and romances. As this series is a spin off from this author’s original Sinner series.
About Lynn Shurr
Once a librarian, now a writer of romance, Lynn Shurr grew up in Pennsylvania Dutch country. She attended a state college and earned a very impractical B.A. in English Literature. Her first job out of school really was working as a cashier in a burger joint. Moving from one humble job to another, she traveled to North Carolina, then Germany, then California where she buckled down and studied for an M.A. in Librarianship.
New degree in hand, she found her first reference job in the Heart of Cajun Country, Lafayette, Louisiana. For her, the old saying, “Once you’ve tasted bayou water, you will always stay here” came true. She raised three children not far from the Bayou Teche and lives there still with her astronomer husband and two big-boned, orange cats named Jake and Elwood.
When not writing, Lynn likes to paint, to cheer for the New Orleans Saints and LSU Tigers, and take long road trips nearly anywhere. Her love of the bayou country, its history and customs, often shows in the background for her books.
You may contact Lynn at http://www.lynnshurr.com or visit her blog-lynnshurr.blogspot.com.