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New Orleans, Cajuns and Voodoo by Myla Jackson

What is it about New Orleans, Cajuns and the bayous that attracts us? I think it’s the mystique, the music and the hint of magic. Oh yeah, and the hot Cajun men. That accent that’s teases us with a touch of French, the dark hair and the Zydeco music sets our blood on fire. I love writing stories based in the bayous and in New Orleans. I’ve visited New Orleans several times and could spend days wandering along Bourbon Street, wandering in and out of the Voodoo shops, stopping to have my hand read or my fortune told. And the nights are a crazy, drunken party with women flashing for beads, New Orleans jazz blaring out of the corner bar or the street singers and dancers performing for your change. What’s not to love?

I chose Louisiana because of the rich culture and the hint of magic to base two of my stories. One called Night of the Jaguar takes you on a dangerous journey into dark Voodoo with a shapeshifter and a fortune teller.

My most recent story is That Voodoo You Do that starts out in New Orleans but ends up in the bayous with two very hunky shapeshifting panthers and one determined heiress.

~~~~~~~That Voodoo You Do~~~~~~~

Alluring Tales:Night Moves Series

Using Voodoo and passionate persuasion, panther shape-shifting brothers mesmerize an abducted heiress

Weaving the right spell…

Determined to convince a rich heiress that the land she just bought should be left undeveloped,  panther shape-shifting brothers use a little Voodoo to abduct her and bring her to the swamps to woo her to their side of the bayou.

Trapped in an unfamiliar world…

Catherine Boudreaux struggles to escape before she falls victim to the bayou’s allure and the magic the brothers weave over her.

Warning: Two hot panther shifters, one sassy heiress and the bayou will never be the same…

Warning: Two hot panther shifters, one sassy heiress and the bayou will never be the same…

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