Bayou Cottage
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Bayou Cottage by Suzanne Jenkins

07/03/2021

He's going to fall in love, hard. She has a chip on her shoulder that might keep them apart. Maggie Angel accepts a chance of a lifetime when her aunt offers her the family’s dilapidated Bayou Cottage in the swamp at Cypress Cove. It’s the perfect place to run away to after her heart was broken.

The first night while she’s down at the road to lock the gate, a hunky guy on horseback steps out of the woods, but Maggie doesn’t recognize him. Turns out they were childhood playmates long ago during winter visits to her grandparents’ cottage.

Justin Chastain, local vet and wild horse advocate, heard through the grapevine that Maggie had returned to Cypress Cove and wanted to see her for himself. But he didn’t know that she was hiding from a failed marriage, leaving her with a big chip on her shoulder. It remains to be seen if she can ever trust again.

The chemistry Maggie senses fluctuates between lukewarm and molten, but for Justin, it’s constant and he’s falling in love, hard.

Then he unintentionally commits a blunder that Maggie will struggle to forgive, and they have to start all over again. Is there another chance at love for Maggie Angel? The Cypress Cove Series

  • The Cypress Cove Series

  • Bayou Cottage
  • Bayou Christmas
  • Bayou Mardi Gras
  • Bayou Baby
  • My Best Mistake
  • Creole Cottage
  • His Perfect Hero
  • Just for Her
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