Catching The Cajun

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The Wild Rose Press Inc, Oct 14, 2016 - Fiction - 284 pages
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Paranormal blogger Felicia Li wants to show she’s more than an Internet flash in the pan. Her Paranormal Pest website is taking off as she debunks ghosts and monsters across the country. Her next gig involves busting a New Orleans tour group for a fake Loup Garou haunting the swamps. But the formidable tour owner kicks her off the boat, and she’s not above cozying up to the sexy Cajun to catch the fake monster. Jacques Mercier, owner of Cajun Boy Tours, isn’t about to let petite Felicia bring down his family business. He’s overcome oil spills and hurricanes, but something about the feisty Internet phenom tells him she’s going to be trouble for his business—and his heart.

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A few years ago, Ursula Whistler got annoyed at a misunderstanding that happened with a group blog. That anger spurred her to write an erotic romance, that after many rounds of editing, became Party Favors. Through some more writing and plenty of support from her colleagues in the Southern Louisiana Romance Writers group, she kept writing contemporary erotic romances mostly set in New Orleans.Now that she's moved to Florida, she's writing and publishing with The Wild Rose Press as she adjusts to beach life and caring for her ailing mother. You won't hear much about her mother unless you follow her on Facebook or Twitter, but at her website, she writes the stories behind the stories and other snapshots of her life.While pregnant with the second of her three children, she had a recurring dream that she dutifully wrote. We all know how dreams go, thin plot and lots of DEUS EX MACHINA. She learned to not show that manuscript to anyone even after she edited it. She continued to write paying closer attention to plot, and she joined RWA and the SOUTHERN LOUISIANA ROMANCE WRITERS. That has made all the difference.You can interact with her on the web at UrsulaWhistler.com, where she blogs about writing, inspiration for writing, and her oversized Bichon Frise. Ursula will always say that she isn't bad, she just writes that way.

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