"An exciting new voice in historical romance." --Anna Campbell, award?winning author of What a Duke Dares "Monsieur Andrews, welcome to my home." At the smoky, velvet sound, Cameron swung around. Every function in his body--heart, breath, blood ceased to function. She was lovely. More than lovely. Tendrils of raven hair framed a face so exquisite, it disarmed him. Her mouth, a soft, dewy pink, parted. And those eyes, as dark as Creole coffee, intelligent and assessing, roamed over him and then back to take hold of his. He needed to step closer, to stroke her skin. To possess her. But would his wealth and worldly experience be a match for the free-spirited Cajun-born widow? Across the oceans, between worlds old and new--two lost souls find themselves at a crossroads.
- Paperback | 448 pages
- 110 x 176 x 26mm | 182g
- 29 Sep 2015
- Kensington Publishing
- New York, United States
"Josette is a story as steamy and fascinating as its setting of New Orleans." --Anna Campbell, award?winning author of What a Duke Dares "Gripped me from the opening page. . .kept me reading long into the night." --Jodi Thomas on Alanna "The complex characters and rich sensuality make this a story to be savored." - Publishers Weekly on Celine
About Kathleen Bittner Roth
Born in Minnesota, Kathleen Bittner Roth has lived all over the U.S.: Idaho, Washington, California, Texas and New York. Currently, she resides in Budapest, Hungary, often called the Paris of the East. Kathleen has won countless awards for her writing, and she was a finalist for RWA's prestigious Golden Heart contest. She is an active member of Romance Writers of America, including the Hearts Through History chapter, and has been a contributing editor for an online romance magazine as well as writing and producing successful seminars and meditation CDs. You can learn more about Kathleen and her books at kathleenbittnerroth.com.