Sweet Home Louisiana, (Boys of the Bayou #2) an all-new sexy, small town, second chance rom com from New York Times bestselling author Erin Nicholas, is available now!
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.
First, I need to admit I have not read the first book in this series. Furthermore, this book was given to me as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Even if I did not know anything before of the Landry clan, I will honestly go back an read the first book now.
I love my books taking place in small town where people know all about everything you do. Especially when you add in the mix the returning home of one of the main characters. In this instance, Madison Alain is being forced to return her hometown because she was given her brother’s share of the company he owned before passing. This company is co-owned with some of the Landry clans.
30 days living there before selling her part should not be that bad right? Well, we guess it’s not true, because the boys want nothing more than to convince Maddie to stay and run the Bayou with them. But is Owen Landry, her ex-boyfriend going to be a problem? They haven’t seen each other in 12 years, so is the crazy chemistry between them lost? Is she still going to start acting crazy when he is near her?
Last, this book piqued my interest in reading it from the start and hoping the 3rd book comes soon enough, because there is a promise of some hot chemistry in there. I foresee an interesting office romance.