All 3 Voodoo Books Together!
VOODOO ON THE BAYOU.......Don’t piss off the Voodoo Queen…
Craig Thibodeaux’s tangled with the wrong person. Cursed by Bayou Miste’s notorious Voodoo Queen, he’s destined to be a frog by day and a man by night. Mission: find someone to love him by the next full moon, or remain amphibious for the rest of his days.
Elaine Smith came to Bayou Miste to investigate the source of pollutants and finds herself in need of a swamp guide. Though suspiciously absent during the day, handsome local Craig Thibodeaux offers to be guide and bodyguard in her forays into the swamp at night.
Together, they discover the culprits and a magical desire neither expected to find in the blackest waters of the bayou.
VOODOO FOR TWO.........One Spell…Double the Trouble...
Determined to marry the most eligible bachelor in the parish to save her family, Lucie LeBieu turns a love bug loose to cast its Voodoo spell. What she doesn't count on is hitting two targets—the golden boy congressional candidate, Eric Littington and her Cajun-hot ex, Ben Boyette. She has to undo the spell in order to set things straight before she falls back in bed—and in love—with a certain down and dirty heartbreaker.
Undercover investigator Ben Boyette is on special assignment to discover who is threatening Littington when he runs across his old flame, Lucie, cooking up trouble. Again. And when threats turn deadly, Lucie is caught in the middle. Can Ben find a way to protect the politician from falling victim to a killer and himself from falling for the irresistible bayou temptress?
DEJA VOODOO........Careful What You Wish For
Tired of her mother’s matchmaking, Alexandra Belle Boyette wishes she could find a man with all the loyalty and unconditional love of her dog. With the help of a voodoo charm, her careless wish comes true and her dog, Sport, is changed into a man, who unfortunately still behaves like a dog. How typical. And just when her mother hits the jackpot of male matchmaking candidates. Now she’s saddled with a man who’s a dog when she’d rather throw her saddle on her mother’s next-door neighbor!
...........It Might Come True
Ed Marceau is in Bayou Miste to protect a key murder witness from being snuffed. With the task of blending in and observing the town for any strange activities, he didn’t know how strange the town could get. Until he met the Boyette family of nineteen children! One of which is sexy enough to make him forget how to do his job! Alex Boyette is dangerous to his case, lethal to his libido and absolutely nuts with her live-in houseguest and giant-sized family. But can he resist her Cajun charm or her mother’s determination to throw them together? Come along for a wild ride as Ed learns, fairy-tales really do come true in Bayou Miste.
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A great value for this boxed set of funny, romantic stories!
OMG - Two of the books in this boxed set are probably my favorite books by Elle James and the third one is great, too. I read and reviewed these when they were published individually. Below are my reviews from back then.
5 Stars - Voodoo on the Bayou: A funny, sexy book. A new favorite by Elle James.
This book is a bit different than ones I’m used to reading by Elle James – but that’s not a bad thing; in fact, it was fun to read something a bit different. At around 22% I was laughing out loud to the point that my hubby wanted to know what was so funny. Of course I then had to read him a few of the paragraphs that were making me laugh. I’ve never read a romantic comedy written by Elle James, in fact I’ve never read anything else by her quite like this and I loved it!
Least you think that funny doesn’t also include sexy time, something Elle always does well, let me assure you that by around 50% we have some seriously sexy stuff going on!
Elaine and Craig have quite a few adventures in this story. There is also mystery and intrigue thrown in as well as a few close calls. All in all this is quite a story and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I look forward to reading more of this type of story from Elle James.
4 Stars - Voodoo for Two:
This was a very fun book to read. It’s a bit of a departure from Elle James usual stories but it still contains her style of sexy heat and descriptive prose. The departure is that there’s more humor in Voodoo for Two, along with a bit of magic, mystery and suspense. This book is also a bit longer than her average story so if you’re looking for something with a little more to it than a category length book this would be a good choice.
5 Stars - Deja Voodoo: I couldn't stop laughing in places and didn't want to put this one down.
This is book 3 in the Cajun Magic Mystery series but it can also be read as a stand-alone. I was enchanted by the first book in this series, I liked the second one and this one had me laughing out loud in places (just like the first book).
Alex doesn't have time for a relationship. She has her own business to run and 18 brothers and sisters that keep her busy. Since her father passed away she tries to help her mother as much as she can. Her friend wants her to find the same kind of happiness that she found with Alex's brother, Ben, so she has her grandmother (a famous Voodoo Priestess) help her concoct a charm to find a man. Things go pretty wrong when Alex, unknowing what the Voodoo charm is for, says to her dog, "Oh, Sport, I wish you were a man." It was soon after this that I started laughing so much I could hardly keep reading.
After voicing her wish Alex falls asleep. The next thing she knows is that she wakes up next to a strange man who licks her on the face. OK, I know I'm not making it sound so funny here but, trust me, you will laugh when you read this for yourself. It's not as easy as you might think for a dog-turned-man to behave correctly.
This book is a perfect blend of comedy, sexy time, and mystery. Someone is out to get Ed's witness and he finds that he not only needs to protect the witness but also Alex and her family.
If you've never read romantic comedy before, but you like other books by Elle James, you really need to give this one a try. All three books in the series are great but this one is now my favorite.