Fire and Ice: Remy and Fleur Fontenot ~ A Crimson and Clover Lagniappe

  • FireandIceAuthor: Sarah M Cradit
  • Published: January 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Category: Paranormal, Family Saga
  • five-stars

Fortune follows the Fontenot twins as they dance through their enchanted life among the New Orleans elite. Guests of honor at their revered family’s Mardi Gras krewe ball, they look forward to a night of mischievous fun.

It’s the night of the Fontenot Mardi Gras ball and twins Remy and Fleur Fontenot, one with the gift of fire and the other with the gift of ice, are plotting their evenings entertainment. Remy gets a little more than he bargained for when he tries to add Anne to his list of  the evenings conquests, and learns a valuable lesson. Fleur will use whatever means she can to get her way, even if it means involving her young brother. But things don’t quite go according to plan.

She had no doubt the short red dress with a feathered hem would do precisely what she told Remy she’d intended. But rather than Henri’s eye, she hoped to catch the attention of Clancy Sullivan, once again. Last time she wore this dress, she’d left a lasting impact on him. Much like the one he’d left on her.

A fun and entertaining short story adding more to the characterisations of the members of the Deschanel clan, with several of the characters from The House of Crimson and Clover making a brief appearance. We catch a glimpse of Remy and Fleur’s special talents, too, and those of their younger brother, Teddy, with a touch of the supernatural.

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