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The Lost Girls of Johnson's Bayou

The Lost Girls of Johnson s Bayou WHO IS GINNY BERGERON She was only six when she walked out of the swamp after the LeBlanc School for Girls caught on fire Sixteen years after the terrifying night that stole her memory a child s scre

  • Title: The Lost Girls of Johnson's Bayou
  • Author: Jana Deleon
  • ISBN: 9780373695980
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • WHO IS GINNY BERGERON She was only six when she walked out of the swamp after the LeBlanc School for Girls caught on fire Sixteen years after the terrifying night that stole her memory, a child s scream lures Ginny back into the woodswhere a strong arm encircles her The gun wielding stranger is Paul Stanton, a cop turned P.I who s come to Johnson s Bayou looking foWHO IS GINNY BERGERON She was only six when she walked out of the swamp after the LeBlanc School for Girls caught on fire Sixteen years after the terrifying night that stole her memory, a child s scream lures Ginny back into the woodswhere a strong arm encircles her The gun wielding stranger is Paul Stanton, a cop turned P.I who s come to Johnson s Bayou looking for answers of his own.Paul has spent almost two decades searching for his missing sister and now, this Southern beauty could be the key to his quest But someone would rather see Ginny dead than have her memories resurface And although uncovering the dark secrets of the past could put them both at risk, it s a chance Paul s willing to take if it means finding his futurewith Ginny.

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    1. Jana Deleon

      New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jana DeLeon was raised in southwest Louisiana among the bayous and gators Her hometown is Carlyss, but you probably won t find it on a map Her family owned a camp located on a bayou just off the Gulf of Mexico that you could only get there by boat The most important feature was the rope hammock hanging in the shade on a huge deck that stretched out over the water where Jana spent many hours reading books.Jana and her brother spent thousands of hours combing the bayous in a flat bottom aluminum boat, studying the natural habitat of many birds, nutria and alligators She would like you to know that no animals were injured during these studies, but they kept makers of peroxide in business.Jana has never stumbled across a mystery or a ghost like her heroines, but she s still hopeful.She now resides in Dallas, Texas, with the most spoiled Sheltie in the world.

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    1. Good book, pretty creepy. Ginny's memory loss has never improved - until recently. She decided to do something about it, by going back to the school to see if she could remember anything. When she runs into Paul, he saves her from discovery. When he hears her story, and tells her his own, they realize that there is definitely something wrong. And when someone starts attacking Ginny, Paul vows to keep her safe until they get to the bottom of the mystery. I really liked the way they worked out the [...]


    2. This was a quick read. It was an intriguing mystery story, but it felt like an episode of Scooby Doo or something. It wasn't anything that I'd suggest my friends read, it was just an okay read. The romantic side of it was just a little too quick and 'happily ever after' for me. I had no emotional connection with the characters at all. I wasn't sad when I was finished with it. If you're really bored and this is all you have to read it will keep your interest. It's fast paced.


    3. This is the 3rd Harlequin Intrigue by Jana DeLeon that features danger and romance in the steamy Louisiana bayous. (The Secret of Cypriere Bayou and Bayou Bodyguard were both reviewed on this blog, as was Trouble in Mudbug.)DeLeon really knows her stuff, and the Harlequin Intrigue line is perfect for her. She writes the best books chock full of characters you can see in your mind and believe in who happen to be involved in dangerous, spooky adventures. Ginny is one of the "Lost Girls", a group o [...]


    4. Great on the romance and excellent on the intrigue. When trying to figure out the mystery of the locks on the door, I half expected a tunnel to the cafe to be the solution because that's what happened last time in the bayou, did you?Paul and Ginny, although attracted to each other, really didn't have time to develop a good, steamy romance but it was still nice. I hope we find out more about Ginny's background in a future title. I didn't like that loose end someone must be missing her by now.


    5. Ginny has no idea who she is. She's created a good, solid life in Louisiana, adopted by the loving Madelaine, but her past is a dark and dangerous onewas she one of the two girls who survived the fire at LeBlanc School for Girls? Paul Stantion is playing P.I. in Louisiana for the moment, because he has some secrets of his own. His sister, Kathy, went to LeBlanc School for Girls and didn't return. But when he heard that there were two survivors, he can't help but hope that one of them will be Kat [...]


    6. Faintly silly, with plenty of convenient saves and coincidences, but entertaining enough, and a nice, short read. Lovely cover, and a fairly creepy atmosphere at times, with sympathetic main characters. I appreciated some of the author's choices (view spoiler)[such as not just leaving it at "cult murder", which is facile and overdone, as well as moments of moral ambiguity, where basically good people are forced to make wrong choices (hide spoiler)], while I feel she pulled some punches at other [...]


    7. I’ve always kind of dreamed of trying my hand at a Harlequin novel. A lot of literary people are willing to push them off, claim than anyone can do it, but I actually want to put my money where mouth is. I’ve started writing fanfiction, which has helped me develop a less self-conscious writing style and pay more attention to the rhythms of plot, so I think I’m getting ready to make my attempt. This is the first novel I read in my “research,” and I enjoyed it more than I thought I would [...]


    8. She was only six when she walked out of the swamp after the LeBlanc School for Girls caught on fire. Sixteen years after the terrifying night that stole her memory, a child's scream lures Ginny back into the woods…where a strong arm encircles her. The gun-wielding stranger is Paul Stanton, a cop-turned-P.I who's come to Johnson's Bayou looking for answers of his own.Paul has spent almost two decades searching for his missing sister and now, this Southern beauty could be the key to his quest. B [...]


    9. In Deleon's romantic suspense novel, Ginny was only six when she emerged from the swamp after the LeBlanc School for Girls caught fire one night. Now, sixteen years later with no memory of her past, a child's scream sends Ginny back into the swamp and into the arm's of Paul Stanton. A cop-turned-PI, he's come to Johnson's Bayou to find answers to questions he's spent nearly two decades in search of. His sister had been sent into the foster care system following the death of their parents and had [...]


    10. A fire happens in an orphanage and 2 girls survive. One is badly burnt and in a coma and the other walks out of he bayou with no memories. She is adopted and lives her live in the same town. 26 years later a man comes to town looking for the sister he lost in he foster care system. The girl in town isn't his sister but when someone tries to kill her he starts to wonder what really happened 16 years earlier. Set in the Bayou country of LA this is a good mystery with a little romance. The lost sis [...]


    11. I was really surprised at the ending. Did not have the people pegged at all. I liked the story but some of it seemed to happen a little to easily but feel it was still a good story. I don't recall having read another book by this author but will glad do so again in the future. I was hooked on the story from the very beginng. The plot moved along at a good pace, held my interest, and had me wondering what would happen next. Hats off to Jana DeLeon!


    12. So I have a few ughs about this book. 1. He was thinking about the journal before she told him about it. 2. Why did he stab someone before leaving the room? 3. Why was there a note asking for them to be helped if nothing untold was happening? They were just being recorded So what then? I mean it feels like she chickened out at last minute instead I following through what she was leading up to


    13. Really creepy and suspenseful, at least until the end, which was sort of a letdown. The romance seemed little more than an afterthought, as seems to be the norm with this author. I prefer more heat myself, and think this would have been a very good book had the relationship been more flushed (fleshed? hehe) out.


    14. WOW! Who knew that the author of such funny books as the Miss Fortune Mysteries would also write a mystery/thriller that would keep the reader on the edge of their seat? This was one of those page turners that keep you up all night because you can't put it down. I loved it!


    15. Really good book that kept me turning pages till I finished. The romance felt right for the chacters. My only complaint is that the bad guy's motive did not seem to be as well thought out as the rest of the story.


    16. Read this. Gothic style mystery and intrigue surround Johnson's Bayou and the girls school that burned so many years ago. A school survivor and a P.I. Investigate, but the dark past wants to stay where it isis is a gripping story and a great read.


    17. This one seemed pretty short compared to the other two. I didn't like it as much. The romance happened way too quickly and the mystery wasn't as good.



    18. Great mysteryI didn't figure out who the bed guy was. The characters were interesting as was the plot. I liked it




    19. Nice storyEnjoyed the story line,characters and the mystery in the small town of Louisiana. Read it I think you'll like it.




    20. A good read for a dayI love Jana DeLeon's books! She weaves her tales so well. I always find that I want more of her characters. I just can't put her books down once I start them!


    21. Good Story!A good mystery with a few twists, kept my interest until the end. Well written and edited. A pleasure, as reading should be.



    22. very good book i love these mysterious series i read alot of them she is a very good writer.i give it a thumbs upma davis


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