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PNR set in New Orleans

Thanks to Charlee for posting the good news. I’m a featured author at Coastal Magic 2015. I can’t contain my joy. I know I’ve been absent but I’ve been in the cave editing and attempting to stay alive.

I am finally recovered from the crud that I caught after Rt Book lovers Convention. All that partying in The Big Easy combined with so many people in one place and I went down like I’d been TKO’d the week after. My family is happy that there is food in the house.

So in honor of the city that brought me to my knees. I give you Paranormal Romance set in New Orleans.

We start with a mystery man in  Masked by Moonlight by Nancy Gideon.

 

A mortal unaware of her power in Blood Seduction from Pamela Palmer.

An empath trying to deal with a ghost in Haunted on Bourbon Street by Deanna Chase.

These are just a few of those PNR’s set in New Orleans. I feel that I will have to return as I didn’t even make it out of the Quarter. But the beignets oh the beigneits and the hot chocolate at the Cafe Du Monde call my name.

 

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7 thoughts on “PNR set in New Orleans

  1. I’d like to suggest the Sentinel series by Suzanne Johnson if you are looking for PNR books set in New Orleans. The first book is Royal Street. The most recent book is Elysian Fields which features a wizard, undead serial killer, the pirate Jean LaFitte and other terrific characters who take you on a wild and crazy ride. I highly recommend this series!

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    • Your suggestions are always welcome and it sounds right up my alley. I’m sure someone else is excited about it too. 🙂

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  2. Great recommendations! Another great author with N’Awlins PNR is Nancy Duplechain. I’m breathlessly awaiting her third book in the Dark Bayou series.

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  3. I love Nancy Gideon… but there’s also Cheri Scotch’s old books about a cursed werewolf family. And of course, The Life and Death of Lily Drake has moments in New Orleans, especially in the second book (and third).

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  4. I enjoyed Ghost Train to New Orleans (The Shambling Guides) by Mur Lafferty (who was also there in NOLA at #RT14 with us), especially if you enjoy something a bit different. Her concept of the “city talkers” was especially fun!

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