I didn’t expect him to sing well. Not for a second. Guys who look like that don’t need to have much in the way of actual talent. But he did. When he started to sing, his voice came out rich and deep, the sorrow and strength in it making for the kind of heartbreak that caught your ear and held it like a lover. His warm baritone invited you along; it could drip with sweetness, ache with desire. By the time he was halfway through his rendition, I was madly in lust.Just like the hundred other girls in the crowd.Catriona Lee is not having a good week.When the successful life shes built for herself in Boston collapses in the space of a few disastrous days, Cat is left with nowhere to go and nobody to turn to... unless she reverses direction and heads back to Louisiana, the place she was born and raised. Reluctantly packing everything that shes worked for up into her Mercedes convertible, she drives across the country to the tiny town of Backflats, home of her aunt, her aunts bar, and not much else.At first Cats just looking to find her feet again... but thats before she catches sight of Luke Dane, the Cajun rocker who walks tall, loves life, and sings like hes sold his soul to the Devil. And suddenly life on the bayou is looking a lot more interesting...Now Cats has to learn all over again who she is and what family means. Shes left the big city behind and found herself down on the bayou, trying to learn to talk Cajun, serve beer, and keep her aunts struggling bar from being bought under from under her. But its not so easy to start a whole new life, especially when youve spent your whole life trying to forget your past, and trust is the last thing you can find. And Cat finds herself torn between two worlds: Boston and the Bayou, the past and the future, security or danger.