Summary

Adam Spencer loves women. All women. Every shape and size, regardless of hair or eye color, religion or race, he simply enjoys them all. Meeting more than his fair share as the manager and head bartender of The Odyssey, a hot spot in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter, Adam's comfortable with his lifestyle, and sees no reason to change it. A wife and kids, plus the white picket fence are not in the cards for this confirmed bachelor. Until a beautiful woman, and her sweet princess, literally knock him on his ass.
Sarah Cox has just moved to New Orleans, having accepted a position as a social worker specializing in at-risk women and children. It's a demanding, sometimes dangerous job, but Sarah is no shy wallflower. She can handle just about anything that comes at her, even the attentions of one sexy Adam Spencer. Just because he's charmed her daughter, making her think of magical kingdoms with happily ever after, doesn't mean that Sarah believes in fairy tales. But the more time she spends with the enchanting man, the more he begins to sway her into believing in forever.
Even so, when Sarah's job becomes more dangerous than any of them bargained for, will she be ripped from Adam's life forever?
©2016 Kristen Proby (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By denise on 11-07-17

I felt this story had more to give😌

I was looking forward to this book but felt there were a few pieces left unfinished as we did not find out what happen to the family she was caring for or no epilogue to there future I have most of Kirsten books and this is the only one I have been disappointed with

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5 out of 5 stars
By Joann on 08-05-17

I need more 😫

I love the Boudreaux series, but this short story was just perfect. It was just the right amount to fill me up till the next book. I really enjoyed that they didn't take to long to work on the relationship and it didn't feel rushed. Sebastian York in that accent gets an A plus. Hot hot hot!!!

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5 out of 5 stars
By DW on 13-05-17

a short, sexy and sweet read

Where does Easy for Keeps rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It was a midway quick easy read!

What other book might you compare Easy for Keeps to and why?

The other books in her Boudreaux series.

Which scene was your favorite?

I thought the dinner date for the three of them was sweet.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, and it was almost possible, short and sweet as it was.

Any additional comments?

One of my pet peeves with this series is that the very talented female narrator Rachel Fulginiti, is marvelous with that Cajun accent. She didn't have to do the female character with much accent, as Sara was from Miami ... but her Adam in N'Awlins was perfect. In every single other Boudreaux book, Sebastian York who I utterly adore for an alpha male smart ass character, we can barely get Sebastian to try a Southern accent for anyone. I have heard every one and have the same complaint with them all. Now, in this 3.5 book that bridges Adam's maturing thru his own time and meeting and choosing Sara, he picks THIS one book to come thru with the Southern Charm and decent Adam voice! Why? One of the mysteries of life I guess. I'm still shaking my head over it. But, it made for a a more authentic experience and a better read to have the balance between narrators.

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