Joy and Anger

Joy and Anger Far from the plastic allure of Hollywood director Julie Bullard discovers the strong and abiding love of a mysterious Louisiana man Julie Bullard is dedicated to her vision of the movie she s filming

  • Title: Joy and Anger
  • Author: Jennifer Blake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Far from the plastic allure of Hollywood, director Julie Bullard discovers the strong and abiding love of a mysterious Louisiana man.Julie Bullard is dedicated to her vision of the movie she s filming on location in a Louisiana swamp She wants realism, the true essence of the hot, primeval land and the people who live there What she needs is someone who knows the treaFar from the plastic allure of Hollywood, director Julie Bullard discovers the strong and abiding love of a mysterious Louisiana man.Julie Bullard is dedicated to her vision of the movie she s filming on location in a Louisiana swamp She wants realism, the true essence of the hot, primeval land and the people who live there What she needs is someone who knows the treacherous waterways and can insure the authenticity of what she puts on film She needs Rey Tabary, the mysterious and handsome Cajun known as the Swamp Rat.Rey has better things to do with his time than nursemaid a bunch of Hollywood types He d turn down the hot female director s request that he act as technical director for her movie if he didn t suspect a connection between the arrival of the film crew and the sudden influx of drugs into his swamp And if he didn t suspect the lady might be in danger.Tension escalates as death stalks the night swamp Julie must trust the Swamp Rat to keep her and her movie set safe even as his kisses jeopardize everything else in her life.A National BestsellerDoubleday Book Club Selection

    One thought on “Joy and Anger”

    1. This was the second book in the boxed set of three I am currently reading. It was, in my opinion, better than the first one in this set, but still bordered on slightly boring. If I can skip pages or occasionally a whole chapter without missing the plot, then there's definitely something not right.Again, though the characters had a bit more depth than in the first book, some of them still seemed too bland (Donna for instance, her actions/reactions did not convince me).However, on the whole, it wa [...]

    2. Loving AcceptanceThank you for this exciting and intriguing story about Julie and Rey and the events that took place during the making of her film. I found the storyline and the many characters very interesting. Your book kept me glued to my Kindle not wanting to put it down. I look forward to reading more of your work.

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