From time to time readers email us looking for a book they cannot remember the name or author of. Our staff is good about hunting these down, but if we cannot locate it we turn to you, our readers, for help. Can you identify this book? Please send your answers to Dawn at email@example.com .
I’m looking for a book I read several years ago. I don’t remember
the names of the characters, but I do remember enough I hope for you to help me find it. The book is a paranormal romance set in the Louisiana bayou near New Orleans. The male lead is a panther, leopard or jaguar shifter. He is an investigator for the company or organization that owns the land where the story takes place. He leads the shifter team that is sent to investigate after a letter is sent to the company informing them of several murders committed in the Marsh. The female character is a guide and amateur photographer. She is a shifter also but does not realize it until later in the story. She has several older brothers, the oldest is named Remy (I think) and he is a homicide detective with the New Orleans police. Another brother in named Matthew (I think).
The plot is that the female lead contacts the company after discovering several murdered men in the Marsh near her home and she is attacked. After the male leads arrives in answer to her letter they discover that they are mates. They also discover that someone is trafficking drugs out of the Bayou. I hope you can help me find this book.
I am looking for a book I read a while back but I can’t remember the name. It’s about a girl who goes to collage and ends up dating two guys. The one is a friend of her roommates and the other is a guy in a band who owns the bar where they met. He calls her Angel. Her roommate ends up dying from an aneurysm and when she goes to the one guys house, she finds him with another girl so she goes to see the guy in the band. They sleep together and then she disappears. At the end of the book she shows up at the bar and sings a song and gets back together with band boy.
I think it was a Mills and Boon or Harlequin or similar book from the early to mid 1980s. I can’t recall the heroine’s name but the hero might have been called Adam. I think the girl was in New Zealand and she meets an American Marine. She was fairly innocent and I remember that when he brought her home after being at the beach and they end up making out on the living room floor, he stopped when he realized she had nothing on under her dress (she had taken her bikini off because it was wet).
At some point he visits her family and meets her younger sister named Colette (the only name I am definite on). Colette is more worldly and a bit of a b***** and makes a play for the hero, who turns her down saying that the heroine has more sex appeal in her little finger than Colette. I think Colette may have also been married.
The Marine marries the heroine and they go to his base in America. Something goes wrong and he becomes distant with her. He starts going out every night and she thinks he has another woman. When she confronts him, he denies it and says that she will know when he is going to meet another woman if he showers etc first before going out. I think there might have been a suspense element as well with someone following her in America but I can’t remember the details. I do remember that at the end they end up back on a beach making love.
If anyone can come up with the name etc of this book, I will be eternally grateful!
Can you help me find a book with no name or author?
1. The girl becomes a maid to two brothers.
2. She has to fly to their home, I believe she has a scary past, possibly.
3. She is thru an agency.
4. They are rich, and I believe cowboys.
5. The one brother has an exceptionally large penis.
6. After the larger brother sleeps with her, the other brother uses a butt plug on her for when he has sex with her.
Yes, those are weird facts, but that’s what I remember. It wasn’t novel length…more novella!
Thank you in advance!
ANSWER: We got two answers:
The Cowboy’s Submissive by Jane Pearl or Dakota Ranch Crude by Leah Brooke