The Girl Who Danced At The Come On Inn is the Prequel to the Jolie Blonde Louisiana Trilogy by M.A. Harper ONLY $0.99 NOW ON PRE-ORDER .
The Girl Who Danced At The Come On Inn is the beginning of The Jolie Blonde series, the story of the Savoie family – of Michelle and A.P. Savoie’s exhilarating, tortured, and undying love, right from their first electrifying meeting as teenagers; and of A.P.’s mother Feen, the heartbeat of the raucous, fun-loving, Cajun music-making family struck by tragedy as the Vietnam war raged abroad and at home. A heads-up if you’re not a romance reader: try it anyway. This isn’t your typical romance. Just a beautifully written love story.
Long-time fans of M.A. Harper first met the Savoies in Love After Death (formerly Cajun Love Song), the first-written installment of The Jolie Blonde Series, which has unfolded backwards in time.
The Girl Who Danced At The Come On Inn takes us back to that Labor Day in steamy Bayou Bois Sec when the boy who worked at the marina wrote their fates on a receipt: I’M GOING TO MARRY YOU.
We’ve loved the Savoies — A.P., Michelle, Cam, and Feen — through passion, misadventure, misunderstanding, war, tragedy, and sometimes downright rapture — rooting for them, praying for them, hollering at them — but never before have we seen them in their guileless innocence.
A love story that’s sure to appeal to romance fans of all kinds–contemporary, young adult, new adult, and 20th century historical romance. (It takes place in the ’60s.) And it’s so well-written it easily qualifies as literary fiction as well as romance.