Saturday, February 9, 2013

RS Review: Acadian Waltz (Paperback)

I've finished "Acadian Waltz" by Alexandrea Weis.

Product Description

At thirty, Nora Kehoe is feeling pressured to settle down. On a blind date, Nora unexpectedly ends up in the emergency room where she meets Dr. John Blessing. She hopes the pragmatic Dr. Blessing can make her life complete. Then, a passionate encounter with a childhood friend changes everything. The charismatic Jean Marc Gaspard manages the family business, Gaspard Fisheries. But rumors abound that Jean Marc is running more than seafood through the waters around Manchac Louisiana. When a family crisis sends Nora to Manchac, she is thrown headlong into the dangerous world of smugglers and swindlers. And as Jean Marc tries to protect Nora from his past, he realizes he may lose her because of it. The dark bayou waters run deep with secrets in Louisiana, and every Cajun knows how to dance the fine line between the right and wrong side of the law. But for strangers, learning the steps to staying alive in the swamps can be tricky. Life, and love, will be dependent on how well one can master the … Acadian Waltz

About the Author

Alexandrea Weis is a registered nurse from New Orleans who has been writing novels and screenplays for over twenty years. Her first novel, To My Senses, was a finalist for commercial fiction in Eric Hofer Book Awards, a finalist for romance in the Foreword Magazine Book of the Year awards, and a finalist for romance in the USA Book Awards. Her second novel, Recovery, was ranked #1 on the Amazon top rated for romantic suspense in kindle books. Buyer Group International, an independent production company in Austin, has optioned the motion picture rights for Recovery. Ms. Weis is also a permitted wildlife rehabber with the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries and when she is not writing, Ms. Weis is rescuing orphaned and injured wildlife. She lives outside of New Orleans with her husband and a menagerie of pets.

Product Details
Paperback: 270 pages
Publisher: World Castle Publishing (January 2, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1938961781
ISBN-13: 978-1938961786

My Review:

Nora Kehoe is 30 year old women who believes she doesn't need a man, children or even a picket fence that her overbearing mother is always harping at her.  After having a meal at her mom's and stepfather's house where her mother starts harping at her again she starts going on blind dates.  Her mom is sure a piece of work and I don't know how she could stand it so long.

One night she ends up at a hospital where she meets Dr. John Blessing after a blind date has a allergic reaction to his dinner.  They are instantly attracted to each other and start dating (her mom is in high heaven) but after about four dates he starts to have a time table regarding their relationship including when to say, "I love you" and when they should get married, etc.  Man was he ever a control freak and I sure didn't like how he was such a gentleman at first and then he turned into this scary swearing maniac.  Nora started to lose weight, gave into demands and wasn't herself anymore. 

Nora has an encounter with Jean Marc a man she has known since childhood who was once a great friend.  Now all they do is fight every time they meet each other.  He's sexy, mysterious, smart and cunning who has always wanted Nora.  Jean has a twin brother Henri who also has a part in their storyline (has to do with cults, smuggling and a death of a young girl with her eyes destroyed.    


Thanks Alexandrea for sending me your book to review, greatly appreciated!

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