- File Size: 634 KB
- Print Length: 275 pages
- Publisher: Ampersand Publishing, Inc. (June 21, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 21, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016QYDE5Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,153 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Easy Kisses (The Boudreaux Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I love Charlie so much and was so surprised with Simon's character.
we had been introduced to a majority of the other potential couples easy in the series so a newcomer for Charlie was fun.
plus the man is British!!!
how can you not love all that adorableness hehe
also Simon was just such an interesting character. he has so much baggage and he keeps it so well hidden. and gahh this man broke my heart a few times.
because he's also so sweet and just wants that true love we all do.
plus this is another one of my audio book series I listen too. and man Sebastian York narrates again... *swoon that man's voice is the best thing I have ever heard. he gives all the guys in this series so much personality. him and the female narrator both. they are so amazing and I love them so much.
and Charlie.... I can't forget to talk about her.
she's just one of those characters I love. she's so head strong and so independent.
I loved getting to see her sort of grow as the story went. begin to open her heart and accept love for what it was and could be.
she actually reminded me very similarly to myself when it comes to dating and opening up enough to let someone in. so I guess I like having a character that gives me hope I could do that eventually too
this book was so food. and I love this series so much.
no questions asked
I give EASY KISSES *****5 STARS*****
Standalone though part of a larger family series
Told from both POVs
No major editing issues
I will admit, I was a little leery about this book when I first read the summary. I'm not big on motivational speakers. I was worried Simon would come off as either an egomaniac or just a massive softy and as an alpha male lover I would have been bummed. But in true fashion Ms Proby did a smash up job of making Simon not only hot as all get out but also very lovable.
Charly is convinced that if it isn't love at first sight with a man, then he isn't the right man. Simon is fresh out of a horrible marriage where he was emotionally abused.
Charly is pushed to attend one of Simon's two week retreats on how to value yourself more. The chemistry is instant but they both fight it. Simon for professional reasons and Charly because she knows he isn't the one because he lives in another country.
After some very interesting run ins they finally can't stop themselves anymore. Simon convinces Charly to stay a few extra days after the retreat to get to know each other better. And man of man, the chemistry between these two is off the charts hot.
I don't want to give too much away but the rest of the book is filled with heartache on both sides, drama, and a ton of hot times.
Spoiler: The only part of this book that bummed me out was the ending felt a little rushed. It jumped major timeline gaps so you don't really figure out how they make it work. It seems like he moves to America but they don't actually tell you and I would have liked to know what his family thought, did he move his business, where his friends are now, etc.
Still an amazing book though. The author does a great job of getting you ready for upcoming books as well. I can't wait to read Beau and Malory's book and what I am guessing is Ben and Savannah's book.
Both characters are strong willed with personal issues they try to handle alone even though they don't have to. Surrounded by supportive family and friends, they learn trusting and relying on others isn't a weakness but a strength that only enhances the relationships they have together and with others.
This story touches on the tough topic of emotional abuse with (for me) an unusual role reversal in a romance book-it's the hero who has suffered instead of the heroine. Proby handles it with honesty and grace but doesn't shy away from the problems it causes Charly and Simon.
All in all, I really enjoyed the book-not too angsty but just enough drama with the tough topics, steamy sex with a bossy Brit, zany family antics..there's never a dull moment with the Boudreaux family!