Review: Easy For Keeps (Boudreaux #4.5) by Kristen Proby

Easy For Keeps Easy For Keeps by Kristen Proby
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kristen Proby’s new novella, Easy For Keeps, in the 1001 Dark Nights is a new addition to her contemporary romance Boudreaux Series. This one follows co-owner of the Odyssey bar and playboy, Adam as he stumbles upon not one but two damsels in distress. Enter Sarah and her five-year-old daughter Hailey (aka Belle – because she loves Beauty and The Beast). Sarah is a widower who has decided to start a new life in New Orleans. She’s also a social worker for battered women and children, focusing on the difficult cases in the projects of New Orleans. She has a new case she needs to get too but first she needs to get her kid to school, if she can find her! Yep that's how the three stumble upon each other, Hailey has gone wandering around the grocery store, Adam finds her and Sarah is panicking. As the three lives become entangled more and more, the more they realize they've found what they were looking for.

This was a super quick, super sweet novella full of sexy scenes, sweet as sugar moments and in between all that, it shines a bright light on domestic abuse. I loved all three main characters and even the secondary ones. Definitely give this one a try and yes it can be read as a standalone. No worries with that!

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