In Wild Jinx, John LeDeux is a sexy bachelor living happily in a fishing cabin on the Bayou Black of Louisiana. But his 92-year-old great-aunt -- Tante Lulu -- is determined to match him up with a suitable wife, even if she has to use her famous traiteur gift to mix up a batch of juju love potion. Neither of them knows that John is already a father -- to adorable Etienne, the result of John's fling with Celine Arseneaux six years ago.
A happy single mom and now a journalist, Celine has kept Etienne's parentage a secret from everyone, except her grandfather. And boy, it still burns him up the Etienne's father is a LeDeux, those no-good rascals that the Arseneaux clan has been feuding with for generations.
Things get even more interesting when Tante Lulu, dreaming of finding the fabled Jean Lafitte Treasure, hires Jinx Inc., professional treasure-hunters who have worked with John LeDeux on past quests. When Celine's boss at the local newspaper asks her to cover the story of the search for the Lafitte Treasure, she and John are throw together again and feel old flames rekindling. But keeping them apart is five years' worth of deep misunderstanding, not to mention a sweet little boy who's never had a father.
Whether searching for love or digging for treasure, this sensual swamp-tale captures the sultry adventure and romance of the Louisiana Bayou.