Bayou Hero

Bayou Hero In this book from USA TODAY bestselling author Marilyn Pappano one family s scandal is responsible for a rising body count Even for an experienced NCIS agent like Alia Kingsley the murder scene is p

  • Title: Bayou Hero
  • Author: Marilyn Pappano
  • ISBN: 9780373279029
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this book from USA TODAY bestselling author Marilyn Pappano, one family s scandal is responsible for a rising body count Even for an experienced NCIS agent like Alia Kingsley, the murder scene is particularly gruesome Someone killed in a fit of rage Being the long estranged son of the deceased, Landry Jackson quickly becomes a person of interest But does Landry loatIn this book from USA TODAY bestselling author Marilyn Pappano, one family s scandal is responsible for a rising body count Even for an experienced NCIS agent like Alia Kingsley, the murder scene is particularly gruesome Someone killed in a fit of rage Being the long estranged son of the deceased, Landry Jackson quickly becomes a person of interest But does Landry loathe his father as much as the feds suspect It s clear to Alia that Landry Jackson has secrets, but his hatred for his father isn t one of them Alia feels sure Landry isn t the killer, but once family members start dying, she s forced to question herself What if the fierce attraction between her and Landry has compromised Alia s instincts

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    About “Marilyn Pappano”

    1. Marilyn Pappano

      Award winning and bestselling author, international traveler, feted at a Hollywood premiere .All true but my regular life is a whole lot routine Deal with the five big puppers who share our house, babysit our grandson, battle the jungle that is our yard, pray for summer in winter and dream of winter in summer, and hunker down at the computer that s my real life I grew up in Oklahoma and had the fun of living in Georgia, Alabama, California and the Carolinas, thanks to my husband s Navy career When he retired, we came home to Oklahoma and have lived in the same house for seventeen years That s a real Wow for someone used to the nomadic military life.Writing was the perfect career for all that moving Have computer, will travel I ve set books, or part of them, in every state we ve lived in and been inspired by every place I ve ever been I ve now written somewhere around 80 books, and I think I ve got only about 8,000 stories left to tell.My biggest hobby is starting new projects starting Not completing I m still not done with the cross stitched Army seal I started when our son joined out of high school He did tours in Georgia, Colorado, Korea, Italy, Iraq, Afghanistan and Louisiana, and has been out for a few years So I m a little slow I like to think about getting organized, painting my living room in cool beachy colors, and turning my entire five acre yard into a garden I also dream about having every room in my house clean at exactly the same time, but I live by the motto of the woman who taught me to quilt A clean house is the sign of a bored woman.And I ve never been bored.

    872 thoughts on “Bayou Hero”

    1. 3.5 starsI have said I will never be reading an Harlequin romance. They have these sappy covers I really hate, and the incredibly ridiculous titles, borderline laughable, like “The Italian’s Ruthless Marriage Command”, “Pleasured in the Playboy’s Penthouse” etc.Well, look at me now. I have stumbled upon this one by pure hasard and only read it because it was written my Marilyn Pappano, whose „Tallgrass” series I loved a while back. I must admit it was an unexpectedly good Harlequ [...]



    2. 3 STARS Bayou Hero is a good murder suspense romance. I did figure out who and why pretty fast in the story. Also why now. The cemetery scene was very creepy. The idea that you can't bury anyone else in family tomb for a year and a day. Then they sweep the bones to far back. I missed what they did with casket? There was also a lot of blood and gore. Considering I am reading this a week before Halloween is fitting but for Jan. You decide. The romance of the book started out pretty fast. I admire [...]


    3. I thought this was a really good romantic suspense. There was a slow build up to the mystery but it worked I think to add to the surprise of who the killer is at the end (I didn't quite see that coming). Also I liked the relationship between Landry and Alia. There was a connection and of course lust but there's was also a slow build and as they got to know each other, intimacy that wasn't only about sex. I liked that he brought out the softer side of her and that she was written as a woman who w [...]



    4. Read for review. Review will be in January 2015. And here it is! TL:dr it's copied from my Heroes and Heartbreakers page. I really did like it it walked the line beautifully between suspense and a slowly unfolding romance.What’s in a title? If “Bayou” is part of the package, what’s going to be unwrapped? Marilyn Pappano serves up romantic suspense in the midst of charming New Orleans with Bourbon Street music and partying, and the serenity of the Garden District taking center stage. N [...]


    5. Bayou Hero is by Marilyn Pappano. It is a romantic suspense. It started out a little slow for me but once is caught my attention, I could not put it down. It was excellent. NCIS agent Alia Kingsley is caught up in seven gruesome murders, one after the other. What in the world is going on. She has to work with her ex-husband, Jimmy on the case. Technically, she is working the case of Rear Admiral Jeremiah Jackson for the Navy; but the others seem to be connected. The night Admiral Jackson was mur [...]


    6. From the cover: Even for an experienced NCIS agent like Alia Kingsley, the murder scene is particularly gruesome. Someone killed in a fit of rage. Being the long-estranged son of the deceased, Landry Jackson quickly becomes a person of interest. But does Landry loathe his father as much as the feds suspect? It's clear to Alia that Landry Jackson has secrets, but his hatred for his father isn't one of them. Alia feels sure Landry isn't the killer, but once more family members start dying, she's f [...]


    7. So, let me start this off by saying I have an inspiring aunt who loves to read. And ages ago, she started sharing her books with me. And usually, I do not include them in my review totals as I am consumed with my ARCs and book club reads. But I was intrigued when she stated that she always buys a book by this author without a second thought.I can see why. This author can spin a tale and make you totally immersed in it very quickly. I was captivated by the characters as well as the plot. I have s [...]


    8. Delightful tension.A group of rich, powerful families in New Orleans is good at keeping secrets. Until Admiral Jeremiah Jackson Jr. and three members of his household are murdered. Alia Kingsley, NCIS Special Agent, arrives at her new case, a multiple homicide to discover the New Orleans detective is her ex-husband. She respects his professional skills but squelches any notion he has of rebuilding their personal relationship. The admiral’s estranged son goes by the name Landry now. It’s only [...]


    9. 3.5 StarsA romantic suspense novel with two intriguing MCs. The female one is very independent and in law enforcement (NCIS). I like that she loves food but not cooking. The male has a pretty dark past, but he survives it to become a thoughtful guy. There are some serious themes in this book. The romance is slow, but in a good way. It works well with the tragedy. Net Galley Feedback


    10. "An intriguing beginning, strong writing and interesting characters are the highlights of Pappano’s latest. Sizzling chemistry between Landry and Alia and a well-crafted plot makes it a fun page-turner" (RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars).




    11. New Orleans as the setting! What's not to like! Add murder and romance - it can only equal a good read!


    12. Marilyn at her very best. Complex and intense read. Could not put it down. Steamy, multiple murder mystery set in New Orleans. You will love Alia and Landry. Family secrets can be deadly.


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