Love Finds You in New Orleans, Louisiana #2020

Love Finds You in New Orleans, Louisiana By Christa Allan Love Finds You in New Orleans Louisiana Unlocking the past could open the door to a new future Ever since her parents died of yellow fever when she was two years old Charlotte LeClerc has lived with her grandparents who rarely speak of th
  • Title: Love Finds You in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Author: Christa Allan
  • ISBN: 9781609365912
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • Love Finds You in New Orleans, Louisiana By Christa Allan Unlocking the past could open the door to a new future Ever since her parents died of yellow fever when she was two years old, Charlotte LeClerc has lived with her grandparents, who rarely speak of their son and his wife They are on the verge of negotiating a contract with a suitor, a man Charlotte dreads, when they discover that she enjoys the company of Gabriel Girod,Unlocking the past could open the door to a new future Ever since her parents died of yellow fever when she was two years old, Charlotte LeClerc has lived with her grandparents, who rarely speak of their son and his wife They are on the verge of negotiating a contract with a suitor, a man Charlotte dreads, when they discover that she enjoys the company of Gabriel Girod, a young Creole man Charlotte s future hangs in the balance as her grandparents consider whether to stop keeping secrets and reveal the truth that they ve known since before Charlotte s birth, a truth that will make the difference between a life of obligation and a life of choice for Charlotte.
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    About "Christa Allan"

    1. Christa Allan

      NEW RELEASE SINCE YOU VE BEEN GONEOCTOBER 11, 2016A true Southern woman who knows that any cook worth her gumbo always starts with a roux and who never wears white after Labor Day,Christa writes stories with heart, humor and hope Her novels include Walking on Broken Glass, Threads of Hope, The Edge of Grace, Test of Faith, All They Want for Christmas.Christa s essays have been published in The Ultimate Teacher, Cup of Comfort, Chicken Soup for the Coffee Lovers Soul and Chicken Soup for the Divorced Soul Christa is the mother of five, a grandmother of three, and a recently retired teacher of high school English She and her husband Ken live in New Orleans.

    229 thoughts on “Love Finds You in New Orleans, Louisiana”

    1. This book just did not hold my interest but i muddled through For me it had to much about the history of New Orleans and slavery I am not into historical romances, so this one just wasn t for me.


    2. Love Finds You in New Orleans, Louisiana has one of those love stories that charmed its way into my heart.Set in a period and history of setting that is rich in culture, both of the main characters have much going against them It s a time corroded with prejudice and bad feelings just because someone has a different color skin.The research is thick and rich through the entire story The city and all its richness definitely became a character I especially enjoyed how the backstory of the characters [...]


    3. Loved this story Started reading and couldn t put it down When I had to take a break get back to realityok dinner, etc my mind wandered back to the book, thinking, I wonder what s going on with Lottie ha ha I was intrigued with the many character relationships and sometimes I had to go back a few pages to see who was who, but that was no biggie Christa Allan does an excellent job transporting the reader back in time to the Antebellum Period in New Orleans with her vivid descriptions of the cloth [...]


    4. Thank you Christa for opening my eyes to the streets of New Orleans during the mid 1800s Not only did I enjoy the inspiring story of Lottie and Gabriel but I was attracted to this period of history I live in the area of New Orleans and pride myself on knowing the history of this area Well I must admit I learned a thing or two from your book This was the first time I have read a light Christian romance novel I found it to be very refreshing and entertaining to read I will recommend the novel to m [...]


    5. I have read many of the LFY series, this one disappointed me The setting and the plot line had lots of potential but just didn t seem to hit the mark First, I found very little Christian thread throughout this one compared to all of the others I have read Second, the plot line didn t seem well developed and was repetiive in places The story repeatedly talked about the 6 foot skirts and all the problems they caused The characters were not well developed either, and I never felt a strong connectio [...]


    6. New Orleans in the 1800 s Christa takes you into the Antebellum Period, and into the lives of Lottie and Gabriel The streets of New Orleans bustle with activity, you can picture the clothing, smell the food, hear the noise She makes it all come alive.The romance between Lottie and Gabriel is one that you cheer for They have so much going against them and you want them together.This would be a great summer read Grab a copy and tuck it in your bag.Thanks Christa for the review copy


    7. I was enlightened with learning about the difficulties in the social classes in regards to have any african american blood in your genetics It was a fun historical novel.


    8. To be quite honest, I was expecting something much different than what I actually got in this book I had to grind my way through it, and while it was interesting to see Pre Civil War New Orleans, it seemed to me that the author focused too much on the racial discrimination part of the story, to the point where the plot got lost in it Often times, I was confused by language used in the story, and often times there was no context to refer back to in order to figure out the meaning of the foreign w [...]





    9. This story is such a charm Its cute, and charming in the old southern way I liked the story around it, and how it folds in at the end Good book for a cold winter day



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