➤ [Epub] ➞ Bayou Dreams (Rougaroux Social Club #1) By Lynn Lorenz ➮ – Dolove.info

Bayou Dreams (Rougaroux Social Club #1) Sheriff Scott Dupree S Got Problems Than He Can Handle He S Alpha Of His Small Werewolf Pack And Coming Up For Re Election As Sheriff In A Year On Top Of This, His Mother Is Casting Love Spells To Find Scott A Mate It S All Scott Can Do To Keep The Town And Pack Under Control, Let Alone His Urges To MateTed Canedo Is Openly Gay, A Disgraced Ex Cop From New Orleans His Patrol Partner Was Killed On Duty And Ted Took The Blame For Taking Protection Money From The Store Owner To Save His Partner S Wife And Kids Grief No One Knew Ted Was In Love With His Partner, Not Even His Partner Having Him Die In Ted S Arms Killed Something Inside Ted TooWhen The Moon Is Full And Scott S Momma Works Her Magic, Ted S Erotic Dreams And His Work As A PI Bring Him To St Jerome And Sexy, Straight Scott Scott S Stunned To Learn His Wolf Is Gay And Wants To Mate With Ted Ted Refuses To Become Involved With A Straight Man, Much Less A Werewolf, Terrified To Risk His Heart AgainEspecially If It He Has To Watch Scott Fight To The Death For His Right To Claim Ted As His Mate

About the Author: Lynn Lorenz

Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. 1 gay romanceI m from New Orleans, that s N awlins for those of you who speak the language I grew up in the Riverbend, or Carrollton, for the old timers, but was a Quarter rat from the age of 11, taking 3 buses to go to art class on Burgundy Street at the Cabrini Doll Museum and NORD center I attended

10 thoughts on “Bayou Dreams (Rougaroux Social Club #1)

  1. says:

    Buddy read with my bestie Jen I love wolfie books LOVE THEM And the Bayou Come to mama, New Orleans voodoo magic Any day that includes a beignet and chicory coffee from Cafe Du Monde is a good day So I m super disappointed that I didn t love this book Because I WANTED to love it.BUT NO, just no I never bought the premise that Scott s wolf is gay, but Scott is not It goes against all shifter mate protocol It would have made sense if Scott was struggling with

  2. says:

    4.5 StarsI really really liked this book Once I started it I didn t want to put it down I loved how it was set in Southern Louisiana and it had a lot of culture without being over the top This was a sweet shifter story I just wish it gave info on the history of the werewolves I hope the sequel comes out soon.

  3. says:

    3.5 starsSome books just suffer from the length, either too short or a tad too long This one falls in the later category The beginning and middle part of this book are actually very interesting It s a rather comical situation, you know, when a straight werewolf finds out that his mate is a guy Usually, in some of other shapeshifter stories, this fact will be completely ignored for the sake of Mate concept But in this one, Scott is having a hard time to accept that I m n

  4. says:

    Lynn really pulled me in with this one Fan fawking tabulous story in my opinion This wasn t one of those stories of love at first sight, but rather the attraction was instantly there for both men, one sided for the most part since the Scott couldn t accept the fact that his mate was a gay man and he d be straight all his life He believed his Mamman s voodoo was contributed to the attraction that led the men to each other There was no jumping into each others pants right away eith

  5. says:

    so the start of this book was blah i pretty much hated following ted around watching him hook his meat into prostitutes in the bathroom and all this other boring shit I figured at some point this would matter in the story but it never did it just showed how boring and slutty Ted is After chapter three it got better when the two MC s meet Once they meet i couldn t stop reading it view spoiler I really hated that after the two MC s kiss for the first time Ted lets some young twink blow hi

  6. says:

    What a delightful M M story and a slam bang setup for a series I felt like this book offered so much by way of comedy and warmth and a fresh take on some paranomral chestnuts Delightful minor characters, and the clever hoodoo subplot was a veritable stew of comedy and style it managed ot be germane to the story AND the region and felt fresher than a lot of flimflammery passing for magic these days.On that tip, I was especially happy to see southern Louisiana become such a character in its own

  7. says:

    Just what I didn t need Another brilliant series to drain the bank account clutter up my to read pile Lynn Lorenz has skilfully crafted a believable world where werewolves, normally the stuff of legends, are among us There were no glaring contradictions to ruin the story either It was a nice twist having the alpha do a gay for you plot line as well A refreshing change from the norm given how the gay werewolf theme is being done to death at the moment Scott s mother was a hoot the cat waswell pretty m

  8. says:

    3.5 Ted is a PI, and ex cop, and he left the force in disgrace although he didn t do what he took the fall for.He has been having graphic dreams about a man he knows is for him for months but no idea where or who he is.On assignment he sees the local Sheriff and it s lightning striking them both But Sheriff Scott has huge problems with Ted being his mate.There were times when I really disliked Scott, and I m still not sure I m a huge fan of Scott s mom, but I did like that even though Ted is his mate, he di

  9. says:

    I really hate being in the minority but once again I find myself there.I am sad.This had so very much potential Best setting in the world GFY Mates I don t know what happened but the book just didn t play out like I expected and I didn t like the characters behaviors all that much.I m gonna see what the next book is about I m not throwing in the towel completely.Buddy Read with Dani

  10. says:

    4.5 Ravens Very rarely do I anticipate reading anything the way I did reading Lynn Lorenz s story From page one I couldn t stop smiling, giggling at the mother bound and determined to find her sheriff son a mate To view the rest of this review, please visit

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