Riding the Storm

So far, she and Storm had taken a carriage ride through the French Quarter, a tour of the swamps and visited a number of magnificently restored mansions and courtyards. The Natchez was a beautiful replica of the steamboats that once ...

Author: Brenda Jackson

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781488086342

Category: Fiction

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