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NIce and Easy by Erin Nicholas
Series: Boys of the Big Easy
Published by Self-Published on February 12, 2019
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: Publicity team
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A hot firefighter who just wants to take care of her and her little boy? Sign her up.
Moving in with him and his little girl who already has a huge chunk of her heart? Very nice.
Roommates with benefits? Yes, please.
Convincing this take-charge alpha to let her take care of him too? That’s not going to be as easy.
I’ve always enjoyed Erin Nicholas for her humor and characters with quirks or flaws as all real people have them. So I was happy to get the chance to review Nice and Easy. It’s the third book in Boys in the Big Easy series which is set in New Orleans. However, I had not read any of the previous books. I was able to get the prequel – Easy Going (see below) as a freebie and book one, – Going Down Easy as an audiobook in Kindle Unlimited. Together, these are about one couple, Addison and Gabe.
The series is all about single parents and some of them start pairing up, since they become close through a single parents group and help each other. I really enjoyed the connections and the humor of the group. The children are a superb addition to each of these stories.
We don’t always get much of a balance in the lives of the parents though. Parenting and parenting concerns are relayed because of the group and the children. The couple has their relationship moments and sexy times. There isn’t very much on their work lives however, which feels a little odd. The overall win is the personal growth of the parents as they also deal with their issues, which is often why they are single parents.
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Ooh! I like the premise of this series. Thanks for the links to the freebie, Anne! I’m going to get it.
It gives you a chance to try it out. I like the Everyday Heroes series better but this one has the addition of kids which is also great.
Huh… interesting series premise with the single parent group being the center of it all. I’ve not tried any of her books yet. Thanks for sharing about this one, Anne!
I really enjoy her books overall. I like the Everyday Heroes series better but I also listened to it on audio which also is different. You could always try the freebie and see what you think. I believe the first of some of her other series have been free sometimes also.
I do like the sound of this series and the setting it takes place in. Thanks for sharing, Anne:)
You’re welcome. It’s an author I enjoy many of her series. The kids make this one special.
I’ve never read anything by Erin Nicholas but this one sounds like a good one. And that cover is dreamy. 🙂
She’s a favorite of mine for quirky humor and ordinary folks. This series has children which is also a plus.
This sounds like a fun one for the upcoming beach season.
This series is fun and lots of sexy.
I didn’t know about this one but I should try to read this author one day
I really enjoy this author.
I picked up the prequel – but haven’t read it yet – because I like the premise. I’m happy to see that you had a good time with this, Anne. It is odd that their work lives weren’t discussed much as that would be a major part of their world but personal growth would also win me over. 🙂
The prequel is very short so it would be a quick read.
This sounds really good. I just grabbed the prequel so I can give the series a try at some point. Glad you enjoyed this one.
Good choice. It’s always nice to have a free prequel to give a short taste of it.
Wonderful review, Anne! You always write such well-balanced reviews that I love reading. This sounds like an enjoyable series that’s a little different.
Thank you! I try to talk about key things without being spoilery or repeating the blurb. It’s not easy, but it’s good work to try express myself clearly.
I love seeing the personal growth with the parents. Odd you don’t spend a little time with their jobs.
Well just a little work related stuff but not very much, less than I expected. More like it says they leave or come home. But their emotional support and friends seem to center on the parents group rather than co-workers mostly. The stories are personal about the couple, friends and families.