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Bayou des Enfants

Bayou des Enfants It s been nearly a year since Scott and Ted set up house together in St Jerome Life is good Ted is trying to get his PI business off the ground with the occasional job and still painting for the galle

  • Title: Bayou des Enfants
  • Author: Lynn Lorenz
  • ISBN: 9781623006167
  • Page: 187
  • Format: ebook
  • It s been nearly a year since Scott and Ted set up house together in St Jerome Life is good Ted is trying to get his PI business off the ground with the occasional job and still painting for the gallery Scott is alpha of the pack and sheriff of St Jerome.But Scott s mother, Darlene Dupree, is not content She wants grandkids and she wants them now Taking matters intoIt s been nearly a year since Scott and Ted set up house together in St Jerome Life is good Ted is trying to get his PI business off the ground with the occasional job and still painting for the gallery Scott is alpha of the pack and sheriff of St Jerome.But Scott s mother, Darlene Dupree, is not content She wants grandkids and she wants them now Taking matters into her own hands, Maman, as Scott and Ted call her, works her magic in the middle of the night next to the bayou.Before Scott and Ted know it, they re saddled with two boys Which wouldn t be so bad, if someone in the pack would take them in But no one steps forward to claim them and Scott and Ted are left with a terrible choice, take in the kids themselves or give them up to CPS, where the boys can t hide what they are werewolves.It s the wrong time and the wrong kids But the first rule of the pack is to protect the pack and there is no other choice to make.

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    1. I can't believe that author Lynn Lorenz has left me hanging for TWO WHOLE YEARS waiting for the next installment in this much loved series. 'Rougaroux Social Club' is a wonderful, fun, and super sexy shifter series set in the bayous of Louisiana. I'm thrilled that in this fourth installment, the author has returned to Scott and Ted, who were the focus of the very first book in the series. I really wanted to revisit them, see where life has brought them, and, frankly, see what craziness Scott's m [...]

    2. I did enjoy the story, but there were a lot of editing errors that grated on my nerves. And I gotta say, I'm a bit annoyed because I read several reviews of this book before buying it, and not one reviewer mentioned one damn word about the mix-ups in character names and other editing issues. I seriously would have appreciated a heads up! I hate spending my hard earned cash on books that aren't as well edited as they should be.Anyway, so I'm putting it out there. It's a cute story that readers of [...]

    3. First I love this author and both the series I have read The Common Powered series & this series Rougaroux Social Club. She puts so much character into her books, by the end of this book I was smiling like crazy, just a good feel to it. During a couple of comments in the book I thought she was going to bring in a 3rd person into the relationship but I'm glad I was wrong!! Really good series which would be better read in order. :-)

    4. 4 star review by VickiThese books are set in St. Jerome Louisiana, and are centered around a werewolf pack, that operates as a social club to outsiders. Not everyone in St. Jerome is a werewolf, and the prime directive of the pack is to protect the pack. Men are werewolves, women are not. They begin to shift around puberty, and can shift at will as adults. This book is a continuation of Scott and Ted’s story, who we met in the first book in this series, Bayou Dreams. Very briefly, Scott is the [...]

    5. SUCCESS!!!Despite the 4 year reading gap I had little difficulty falling into this. I don't remember most details but overall I remember most of the important parts. And the story had enough to jog my memory of the other books.It was a good read, watching the change from (Ted's view) humoring Scott for a few weeks on taking the boys in temporarily to watching both these guys crumble over these kids. To see how the kids end up blossoming (eventually) with the care and attention that they get.And [...]

    6. Review can be read at It's About The BookDarlene and her familiar are at it again. She’s out there in the swamp with her stolen, tree ring Jesus praying for grandkids. Possibly, Darlene is starting to realize she needs to be careful what she prays for. She just might get it. With the sudden death in an automotive accident of some pack members, there are new orphans in the pack. The pack likes to take care of itself, and there is really no way CPS can get their hands on a couple of werewolves. [...]

    7. The mating between Sheriff Scott and former New Orleans cop Ted is growing stronger each day. The community seems to have accepted their gay relationship, until a horrible accident lands two young boys into Scott and Ted’s care. That is when the hidden homophobia divides the residents’ opinion, regarding the welfare of children. Bayou des Enfants is the fourth book in the Rougaroux Social Club series. The setting is southern Louisiana. The issues presented in the storyline are realistic, for [...]

    8. For the most part the pack in St. Jerome has settled down and accepted their alpha’s male mate. It hasn’t been easy for Alpha Sheriff Scott Dupree either. He’d always thought he’d be Alpha and hopefully Sheriff of St. Jerome with a wife and children some day. After mating artist and P.I. Ted Canedo however he can’t imagine loving anyone else.Ironically it’s one of Scott’s worst detractors in the pack who allows the alpha the opportunity of practicing fatherhood. Bigot and bully wol [...]

    9. For the most part the pack in St. Jerome has settled down and accepted their alpha’s male mate. It hasn’t been easy for Alpha Sheriff Scott Dupree either. He’d always thought he’d be Alpha and hopefully Sheriff of St. Jerome with a wife and children some day. After mating artist and P.I. Ted Canedo however he can’t imagine loving anyone else. Ironically it’s one of Scott’s worst detractors in the pack who allows the alpha the opportunity of practicing fatherhood. Bigot and bully wo [...]

    10. This is book four in the series, and the last one I have. And should probably the last of the series, not sure where else we could go? Once again, there is a lot of overlap between characters and plots so reading in order would be best. Especially with this one because it ties back to the first book same main two MC. We are back to Ted and Scott this time, well into a developed loving relationship, but Scott’s mum wants Grand kids so she is at her ‘praying’ again. When a tragic accident ha [...]

    11. A Joyfully Jay review. 5 starsOne of the things that has always drawn me to Lorenz’s books is her skill at creating characters that we can relate to in one way or another. The men of the Rougaroux Social Club have depth, are good, bad,, and indifferent, and so apart from the fact that they shift into werewolves, they feel real. Scott and Ted have been a steady presence in the series, Scott as the Alpha and Ted as his mate and I have truly enjoyed watching them learn and grow from book to book. [...]

    12. Rating: 4 stars out of 5For the full review, visit wp/p220KL-3VSFrom that review: "I have loved this series from Lynn Lorenz from the first story, Bayou Dreams (Rougaroux Social Club, #1). It was a clever tweak by Lorenz that had Scott's wolf being attracted to Ted before Scott was. And throughout the story we watched as Ted tried to overcome his fear of involvement with a man who had been "straight" as well as Scott trying to adjust his ideas of sexuality to the needs of his wolf which soon bec [...]

    13. Not as good as the first book in the series but I still enjoyed it quite a bit. It was more serious than the first book with some really emotional moments. I was glad that there was forward movement in their relationship apart from the issue of having kids. I also found it realistic that they both weren't on the same page about wanting kids. I thought the amount of sex that they were still able to have with kids in the house to be a little unrealistic :-) The issues that the pack had with them a [...]

    14. This is the second book to feature Ted and Scott from book 1. It starts a year into their relationship and Scotts mom is up to her old tricks this time she wants grandkids. Love the character of Darlene Dupree (Scott's mom) She tries to do the right thing with her "prayers", but it doesn't always work out as she planned. Happens in this book too. Again there is some angst and Scott still has some conflict over his relationship with Ted seeping through, but we see him finally come to terms with i [...]

    15. As usual Ted and Scott were great in this book, and I loved viewing them as parents. I did think at times that they might not survive the boys and their relationship would really suffer. Cute book with a sweet ending.

    16. Another sweet readI enjoy this series. Ted and Scott have just enough tension and insecurity about themselves and their relationship to keep things interesting, but there isn't any unnecessary angst. Scott's mama is a hoot. She provides a perfect note of comic relief.

    17. A little overusage of the word "wolf," as an endearment, but overall I enjoyed this. Mrs. Dupree is still my favorite!

    18. I missed Scott and Ted so hard. Love dem boys. Gotta go reread their first book now. But this was so sweet and good.

    19. Amazing revisit with Scott and Ted. More to come but must sleep. Couldn't put it down once I got into the story :)

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