A sexy, small town, second chance romance.
Thanks to a drawn-up-while-drinking-moonshine partnership agreement, Madison Allain has to spend thirty days back on the bayou before she can sell her part of the family business.
And if the heat and humidity and freaking alligators of Louisiana aren’t enough to agitate the cool and in-control California girl, then Owen Landry, the equally hot guy who stole her heart twelve years ago, will sure do the trick.
Owen just has to remember three simple-ish rules: Do not fight with her. Do not fight over her. Do not kiss her. He can do this. He’s charming and friendly for a living after all. But this is Maddie. The only woman to ever shake up this laid-back bayou boy.
Besides, she’s not staying. No way. These people and this town make her crazy. She doesn’t want to be crazy. She definitely does not want to own a swamp boat tour company. She just wants to paint. In her quiet, beautiful, alligators-not-allowed, air-conditioned art studio.
As for that hot bayou boy? Well, he’s…amazing. But he belongs here in the South. And she definitely doesn’t. Even if her heart stays behind when she leaves.
Let me start off saying that this is a fabulous feel-good, sexy, funny, good-time story about family and love. This is book 3 in the Boys of the Bayou series and it features Owen and Maddie. I laughed OUT LOUD at some of the shenanigans this group of family and friends gets up to. Owen and Maddie are meant to be. It’s that simple. Chemistry is not the problem...geography is.
I highly recommend this book full of hilariously entertaining characters and a story line that flows like smooth whiskey. There are a couple new characters that are going to fit right in too. Bennett is AWESOME and Juliet had me cracking up! I can’t wait for the next book!
Sexy, fun, second chance romance
Maddie and Owen are amazing together. They fell in love as teenagers and then crazy things happened in Maddie’s family which drove her away from Autre. Now she is back so she can sell her share of Boys of the Bayou but being back puts her right back in Owen’s orbit. Will she be able to steel her heart against him? Or will his charm capture her yet again? Owen is excited and dreading Maddie’s return. He never stopped loving her but when she left, she hurt him. He wants to show her that Autre is her home but when he finds out what California gives her, will he let her go again? The Landry family is so much fun to read, what a great cast of characters that love fiercely and are devoted to caring for their own, no matter what the cost.
Review: Boys of the Bayou 2: Sweet Home Louisiana
Sweet Home Louisiana by Erin Nicholas is the second book in her Boys of the Bayou series. Easy to read, told in dual POV, with everyday normal relatable characters and a wonderful setting in Autre, Louisiana and the Boys of the Bayou tour company.
Coming from an airboating household in Central Florida I completely appreciated the descriptive scenery and the airboat and alligator references. I found it accurate and it made me want to get my guy to fire the boat up and go for a ride.
The emotion runs high between the two main characters, Madison and Owen, and the chemistry does too. Add in a crazy cajun family and this made for a funny, romantic, sexy tale. It was absolutely awesome. It also had wonderful secondary characters that will get you completely invested in the series. This is my first time reading this author but it will NOT be the last. ENJOY!!!