A sexy opposites attract, single parent romance!
New Orleans firefighter, James Reynaud’s true love is hanging out in the jazz clubs on Frenchmen Street and playing piano with some of the best musicians in the city. But driving his cute, bookworm neighbor Harper Broussard crazy is right up there on his list of favorite things.
The buttoned-up linguistics professor across the hall is a little older, a lot smarter, and way too good for him. And she knows it. But wow is she beautiful when she blushes.
She’s equally gorgeous when she’s saving his butt. Because now things just got serious. A baby has been, literally, dropped off on his doorstep and to say he’s in over his head is an understatement. Not that Harper knows anything about babies either. But at least they now have something in common.
Each story in this series is completely different than the last, but they each left me wanting to read more! This book comes up with several surprises but I love how the story builds around them. Excellent!
Smart, fun and sexy...I really, really enjoyed James and Harper's story. Their neighborly friendship is absolutely the best dynamic to jump from into a true and sincere love. James's charm, wit and desire breaks through Harper's more serious and controlled demeanor as well as the sweet innocence of a little Baby boy to her surprise.
This story is so full of understanding, acceptance and love that you won't want to put it down.
Review: Boys of the Big Easy 4: Getting Off Easy
Getting Off Easy by Erin Nicholas is the fourth book in her Boys of the Big Easy series. Set in New Orleans this is the story of firefighter and jazz musician, James Reynaud and his adorable neighbor, linguistics professor Harper Broussard. James has made a habit of asking his neighbor for help whenever people give things to take care of. A ficus tree, a lizard, a dog, a baby… (record scratches…) wait - you say - a baby? Yes - James finds a baby on his doorstep and pulls Harper in to help. The ensuing emotion and drama that unfolds… Who is the mother… Is James the father… Can Harper and James really become parents to this newborn? Sexy and emotional, told in dual POV and wrapped up in a beautiful but different happy ending - Erin Nicholas has fast become a must-read author for me! Enjoy!