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Lost in the Bayou...
Selene has always had three great passions: men, food . . . and Gone With the Wind. Still, the glamorous model always seems to be starving for both nourishment and affection. Weary of the petty world of high fashion, she heads to New Orleans for one last shoot before she chucks it all and begins a whole new life. But she doesn't realize that, thanks to an errant voodoo spell, her new life will happen 150 years in the past . . . and in the company of a dark and brooding gentleman who could give Rhett Butler a run for his money!
An alarmingly handsome Southern planter, James Baptiste may not have Rhett's cavalier spirit—and his plantation is certainly no Tara! But it's clear as crystal that this virile Creole is a lover worth giving a damn about. And with God as her witness, Selene vows she will never go hungry for this man again!
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Travel to 18th-century Louisiana in Frankly, My Dear
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bestselling author Sandra Hill's sexy and sassy re-imagining of Gone with the Wind
All New York fashion model Selene knows about the Old South is what she sees in the classic movie. When she magically finds herself in the Louisiana bayou, surrounded by Southern belles and gentlemen, she does her best to follow the example set by Scarlett , but is brooding yet alluring plantation owner James Baptiste truly her Rhett?
Frankly, My Dear features spicy innuendo, a dash of good humor, and a satisfying mix of temptation, passion, and new and unexpected love. Scintillating and sensual, Sandra Hill offers up a historical romance in her trademark style that will satisfy her fans and new readers alike.
About the Author
Sandra Hill is the author of numerous New York Times and USA Today bestselling romances. She worked for more than ten years as a features writer and education editor for publications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Writing about serious issues taught her the merits of seeking the lighter side of even the darkest stories. She lives with her husband and dogs in Pennsylvania.