Book, Blues, and Men, not boys

I’m talking books today.

Bayou Bound brings Biloxi Dutrey home and face-to-face with a man from the ONLY family in Mississippi and Louisiana that her family hates.

Biloxi Dutrey grounds her jet-setting photography career and returns to Mississippi when she learns her family home, Fleur De Lis, is headed for financial ruin. She plans to save it by scooping up the job of Keeper. But that means breaking tradition, and her family isn’t cooperating.

People often ask me, if a movie was made of this book, who would play Nick Trahan?

Veterinarian Nick Trahan is new in town and wants folks to stop matchmaking. He won’t settle for just a pretty face. He wants the perfect woman, one who believes in family and commitment…the exact opposite of his parents.

Nick rescues Biloxi during a raging storm, but the squall is tame compared to the tempest between them. Soon they experience the backlash from the long-standing feud between their families. If Biloxi surrenders her dreams for Fleur de Lis and tows the line with tradition, will she also be forced to give up on “forever love” due to the hate their families still harbor?

Who would you suggest?

Tab Benoit

Tab Benoit

If you’ve read Bayou Bound, listen to this video and tell me, don’t you think Tab Beniot is THE perfect man to play Nicholas Trahan?

If you haven’t read Bayou Bound yet, leave a comment (and include your email with the comment OR email me a comment) and next Wednesday, I’ll give away an eBook copy of Bayou Bound to one lucky person.

Happy reading!
Linda Joyce

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About Linda Joyce

Award-winning writer and author Linda Joyce has deep southern roots intertwined with her Japanese heritage. She considers New Orleans home, though she's lived coast to coast in the United States and spent a number of years in Japan. She married her college sweetheart and they live in Atlanta with their three dogs: General Beauregard, Gentleman Jack, and Masterpiece Renoir. (Beau, Jack, and Reni.) She’s still trying to convince “the boys” that they are her pets, and not the other way around. She loves boiled peanuts, sushi, and grits. She and her husband share a passion for college football. Linda is a member of Romance Writers of America, Georgia Romance Writers, and Southeastern Writers Association.
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2 Responses to Book, Blues, and Men, not boys

  1. Renee Regent says:

    Yes! Tab would be perfect as a novel hero like Nick. But then again, I am biased. lol

    • Linda Joyce says:


      I see that he’s playing at a Private Event in Acworth, GA in June…hmm… wonder if we can find out where and crash that party?


      Linda Joyce

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