Thursday, January 9, 2014

Voodoo on Bayou Lafonte by Susan C. Muller Review

Title: Voodoo on Bayou Lafonte
Author: Susan C. Muller
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Suspense
Pages: 270
Price: $2.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

A frantic phone call leads Detective Remy Steinberg racing through the night toward the one place he vowed never to return. With the life of his kidnapped daughter at stake, he willingly faces shotgun-wielding drug dealers, corrupt law-enforcement officials, and a raging hurricane.

Scouring the seedy back alleys of New Orleans for information, he goes undercover at a sinister voodoo ceremony, and struggles to understand the forces of black magic that hold his daughter hostage.

With time ticking down, he battles for his life against a high voodoo priest, but can he face the two things he fears most: the swamp that terrorized his childhood, and the ex-wife he’s never stopped loving?


This was my first read from Susan C. Muller and I was pleased that it was a stand alone book and could be enjoyed without having read the other books in the series. However, it did make me want to read the other books to find out more about these amazing characters. This novel was far from subtle in that it packs a ton of heart and soul. Not only is there a lot of heart-felt emotion, but the story also has creepy and suspenseful moments that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I highly recommend this novel. 

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