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Chenoire

Narrated by: Amy McFadden
Length: 1 hr and 32 mins
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When Faith Garrity's twin sister died, she lost a part of herself. Unable to move past the pain, the once-driven ornithologist is at risk of losing her career as well. To save her job, she heads to the oil-ravaged wetlands of Louisiana. There, in the bayou community of Chenoire, she encounters the handsome but guarded Zackary Préjean, still suffering from a great loss of his own.

She's drawn to Zack, but soon finds that the Préjean family isn't what it seems... They have dangerous secrets - and deadly enemies. Caught up in a feud that threatens the area's uneasy truce, Faith and Zack must learn to trust each other. Survival will require enormous sacrifice, but it just might also give them both a way to move on.

©2013 Susannah Sandlin (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • Ginny H
  • Nottingham, England
  • 14-11-17

Gator On The Menu!

I'm a sucker for all things Louisiana so I decided to put this on to keep me entertained whilst making a cottage pie, which I have to say it did. The jaunty (and rather good) narrator took me straight to bayou country, where gator season kept me happily occupied as my kitchen, and the plot, gently steamed up and the main characters worked their way towards a satisfactory conclusion. All in all an enjoyable hour and a half, and the cottage pie was lovely.

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  • N.Templar
  • 18-03-18

Mystic Bayou.

An unexpected treat. Loved it from start to finish. Despite being a novella, it had a very intriguing plot development and resolution with believable, lovable characters.
The narrator brought the different personalities to life and made the story fun to listen to.
I love stories set in the Bayou and this one did not disappoint. Series any one?

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  • Trish R.
  • 23-04-19

Coulda' been better....


Okay, this story had kinds of possibilities, but 48 pages? What can you really tell in so few pages. And the “Covenant?” WTH was that all about? Zack had to have 4 or 5 of his family members take turns slicing into his back so Faith would never tell anyone about the shifters? Really? That was silly. He was awfully sure of her after knowing her for about a day and a half. Yeah, I can see only 64 ratings in the 6 years it’s been out. That’s just not enough pages to tell any kind of story.

Now, I’ve read all 12 of Ms. Sandlin’s books and I can tell you I absolutely loved all 5 books in the Penton Legacy. But then, I love vampire books. THIS one, not so much.

No real romance and the F-bomb was used 1 time.

As to the narration: Amy McFadden did a great job on the voices.

This was a free read and free listen or I wouldn't have bother with only 48 pages.