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Tall, Dark, and Cajun by Sandra Hill
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Apr 07, 2012

really liked it
Read from April 07 to 09, 2012

I picked this up at the library in my quest to read all of Sandra Hill's books, starting with her contemporary titles. Tall, Dark and Cajun was hysterical, but it was also touching. I loved that when Rachel first meets Remy she's overwhelmed with his sexiness, and as he turns the side of his face towards her with burn scars, her only feelings are sadness for the pain he must have suffered. Throughout the story, she's horrified at the looks he receives from people, not understanding why they can't see past his scars. I loved her character right from the start, as well as Remy. The thing about this series is the author has the reader laughing one minute, and crying the next. It's a roller coaster of emotion all the way.

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