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New York Times Bestselling Author Sandra Hill delivers another Tante Lulu Adventure as twin brothers leave Alaska to discover their Cajun roots

Dr. Daniel LeDeux and pilot Aaron LeDeux travel to the swampy bayous of Louisiana, where they discover a long-lost family. The usually stoic Daniel, a burned-out pediatric oncologist, is especially startled by the interfering LeDeux matriarch, Tante Lulu, bless her crazy heart, who wastes no time in setting him up with local rich girl Samantha Starr.

Scarred by a nasty divorce from a philandering New Orleans physician, Samantha has sworn off men, especially doctors. When Samantha’s step-brother gets into serious trouble, she must ask Daniel for help. But Samantha faces even more trouble when the handsome doctor casts his smoldering Cajun eyes her way.
The steamy heat of the bayou, along with the wacky matchmaking efforts of Tante Lulu, a herd of animal rescue rejects, including a depressed pot belly pig, and some world-class sexual fantasies create enough heat and humor to make both Daniel and Samantha realize that love and laughter can mend even the most broken heart.

I have to admit as much I LOVE Ms. Hill's books and writing, I never seem to keep up. A shame because as she has such humor and heart. 

Although I really haven't followed along exactly in the Cajun Series (I think this is book #10) I still really enjoyed this and did not feel too left out! LOL

This book features the LeDeux twins. I vaguely recall maybe meeting them in a prior book? Maybe? 

The Cajun Doctor has a pinch of a more serious tone at times but don't that sway you away. Daniel is a strong hero and nicely matched with Sam ( loved her and what she does). 

And let's not forget Tante Lulu! 

If you've read Ms. Hill before, you'll really enjoy this AND if you haven't well I think you will become a fan! 

I'm going to go and dig out some of my other books by Ms. Hill and catch up, as The Cajun Doctor reminded me so much of why I fell in love with books in the first place. 

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