Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Dawn Chartier - Happy Mardi Gras

New Orleans native- Dawn Chartier
Talks about Mardi Gras and her Books-


A paranormal category romance from Entangled's Covet imprint...
Rebuilding New Orleans...one witch at a time
Contractor Storm Morgeaux is trying to keep her business afloat and not sleep with the hot-'n'-sexy new client, Dr. Nathan Davis. Adding to her troubles is the fact she accidentally released a series of dark spells. Now evil warlocks are after her family, and she has no idea who she can trust.
Nathan's biggest concern is getting his pediatric surgery center up and running. Still, his stunning new contractor provides plenty of distraction?until she sets off his Paladin medallion. A warlock is near. Nathan's first responsibility is eliminating the woman who wields new and dangerous magic. But something about Storm calls to him. She's mysterious, sexy, and downright irresistible, but most surprisingly, his.
Without the spells, Storm must learn to trust her new abilities. But can she trust the man who's torn between loving her...and killing her? 







Happy Mardi Gras, y’all!
What does Mardi Gras mean to a local? It means we will eat lots of King Cake, and having many crawfish boils. Yum! Funny how I think of food when it’s Louisiana’s biggest party (that last several weeks), but that’s how we roll. (Get it? Pun intended.) I’m not a huge fan of attending parades, but put me on the float and I love Mardi Gras. I haven’t rode in a long time. I miss it, so next year I plan to ride again. The Krewe is called Cleopatra. An all women parade. I rode 9 years ago, and had the best time. It was such a blast. Not sure why it took me this long to ride again. The balls and parties are so much fun.  This year I skipped all the parades, (took a vacation instead) but next year — I sooooooo can’t wait to ride. If you are not a local I would suggest doing Mardi Gras in Metairie or on the North Shore before dipping into New Orleans, but if you are a brave one then go for it.  I'd suggest seeing the parades on St. Charles or Canal Street, but be aware of your surroundings. Be safe! And if you haven't seen Mardi Gras at least once, then you are missing out.  C'mon down to the Big Easy! Happy Mardi Gras! 
 Dawn Chartier



REBUILDING NEW ORLEANS....ONE WITCH AT A TIME.
Book 1 Vieux CarrĂ© Witch Sisters novel
Book 2 Vieux CarrĂ© Witch Sisters novel 
Masquerading With the CEO, Book 4 in the
What Happens in Vegas Lovestruck novella series 



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