Title : Raisonne Curse
Author : Rinda Elliott
Series : The Brothers Bernaux, #1
Rating : 4 Stars
Blurb : Breaking her curse will cost him his heart…and possibly his life.The Brothers Bernaux, Book 1. For the past five years, Elita Raisonne has been on the run from a curse that startedwith her grandmother, and gradually reached out evil tendrils to kill her mother and her aunts. Now, healing from another nasty accident, Elita can feel the curse coming for her like icy breath on the back of her neck.Her only hope: trek deep into Louisianaâs Atchafayala Basin and ask the mysteriousBernaux brothers for help.Pryor Bernaux takes one look at the black smudge clinging to Elita like a shroud, andrecognizes the work of a powerful hex worker. Together, all three Bernaux brothers could easily break itâif Mercer and Wyatt werenât away.As the curse sinks deeper into Elitaâs soul, Pryor realizes time is running out for thebeautiful redhead who makes him want things he and his brothers swore theyâd never have.He has no choice but to help her. But the magical backlash is torture. And without hisbrothersâ help, it could even be deadly.
Warning: Keep a cold beverage on hand, because the bayou isnât all thatâs hot and steamy in this book. Deadly hexes, naked spellworking, mouthwatering court-bouillon, and sexy Cajuns will curl your toesâ¦and maybe your hair.
Review : First of all : I can not wait to get my hands on the next book of this series.I just read Raisonne Curse (The Brothers Bernaux, #1) by Rinda Elliott and I must admit it was an âeye-openerâ.
I love finding authors new to me and when they turn out like this one it is double exciting.
The writing style in this book is really great and the author draws the reader into the plot from the first minute. The leading characters are developed really nicely and even the supporting characters are great. And I cannot wait to read their stories as well.
Usually I have a problem when book characters are drawn to each other to fast but in this novel it worked out just fine. My only complaint during reading was that some things might have been explained better but other than this a very enjoyable read.
> > > I have received this book as an ARC from the publisher. < < < > > > In exchange, I promised an honest review. < < <