St. Charles at Dusk by Sarah M. Cradit

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Dive into the secret, ancient, powerful world of two New Orleans families, the Deschanels and the Sullivans...

St. Charles at Dusk is the House of Crimson & Clover Series Prequel, and can be enjoyed as a standalone story, or as an introduction to the series. You might also enjoy Beyond Dusk: Anne, the follow-up novelette.

A father's threats. A tragic accident. Unanswered questions. Oz Sullivan has finally moved past the tangled web surrounding his brief, but intense, relationship with the young, impetuous Adrienne Deschanel. Through his family, and successful career as an attorney, he has forged a tranquil predictability.

Then Adrienne unexpectedly emerges, with no memory of the life she once led. Her desperate attempt to flee the confusing and dark influences in the bayou instinctively propels her to the one face for which she has a name. Oz's world is once again turned upside down, as he must decide how to help her without losing himself entirely.

Set amidst the lush and vibrant backdrop of New Orleans, St. Charles at Dusk tells the story of Oz and Adrienne; of forbidden love, and startling heartbreak.

The House of Crimson and Clover Series:
Series Prequel - St. Charles at Dusk
Book 0.5 - Beyond Dusk: Anne (novelette)
Book 1 - The Storm and the Darkness
Book 1.5 - Beyond Darkness: Shattered (novella)
Book 2 - The Illusions of Eventide
Book 2.5 - Beyond Eventide: Bound (novella)

Book 3 - Midnight Dynasty (a serial novel in three acts)
-----Act I: Malediction
-----Act II: Convocation
-----Act III: Omega

House of Crimson & Clover Lagniappes (Bonus Stories):
Surrender (included in the All Our Love anthology by Novel Grounds)
Fire & Ice (included in the From the Ashes anthology by Dauntless Indies)

Upcoming Releases:

Book 3.5 - Beyond Midnight: Asunder (novella)
Book 4- Empire of Shadows
And many more to come...

About Sarah M. Cradit

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Sarah Cradit currently lives in the Pacific Northwest, and and continues to write additional stories for the House of Crimson and Clover series.You can visit her blog at:
Published September 26, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 428 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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