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  • So much heart in this story!

    There is a certain comfort in reading a book and knowing right from the start the issue that is going to cause all the strife and problems. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the build to that moment, and I bawled like a baby when it happened and the aftermath. Lexi can seriously rip your heart out and stomp on it, and she did it exceedingly well here I loved the strength and resilience of the female characters in this story. Sera, Celeste, Angie, and Delphine, along with their friends and family, had such inner strength, something uniquely theirs, and they learned and grew from each other. Whether intentionally, from mother to daughter, or unintentionally, fights and disagreements, they took something away and made it work for them. Of course, Harry saw all the wonderfulness that was Sera well before she did, and he was a man dedicated to getting that woman. Sera led him on a chase for awhile before deciding to let herself be happy. The heat and chemistry between them sizzled, but the depth of their emotions is what made it work so well. Throw in a cute toddler and a faithful German Shepard, and even all the forces working against them, couldn’t keep them apart. We get glimpses of the townsfolk, including Otis the gator in a last minute appearance, and previously met characters, and this story only whetted my appetite even more for Zep’s story!

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  • Bayou Baby

    Harry has come to Papillion to help his aunt prepare for his cousin's wedding and reconnect with his family. Seraphina has just inherited her great-aunts' house and has been tasked to renovate it. As a single mother, she believes this is a way for her and her son to start a new life. Harry is intrigued by the sassy Sera and wants to get to know her even though his aunt told him to stay away from her. Seraphina is keeping a secret that will tear everything they have come to know and love apart. Bayou Baby is the second book in the Butterfly Bayou series. Bayou Baby had me experiencing every emotion from anger to tears to ear to ear grinning. I loved the banter between Harry and Seraphina when they first met and Harry's subtle determination to convince Seraphina that they should give each other a chance. Aunt Celeste really got on my nerves throughout most of the book and I still do not like her but have learned to tolerate her. I fell more in love with Seraphina's brother Zep in this book and can not wait for his story. This series is on my highly recommended list. *ARC generously provided in exchange for my honest review*

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  • Loved it

    5 Star Review of Bayou Baby (Butterfly Bayou #2) by Lexi Blake   The latest addition to Lexi Blake’s series, it was great to be back in Papillon, Louisiana also known as Butterfly Bayou. Her writing was descriptive and I could easily imagine myself in the Bayou particularly since it is an area that I would love to visit. Papillon is a quirky community full of characters that are fun and entertaining to read about, not to mention Otis, the alligator. This time it is Seraphina (Sera) Guidry, single mum o a cute little boy who is going to find love with out of towner Harrison (Harry) Jefferys. Harry has come to Papillon to re connect with his Aunt Celeste Beaumont and his cousins, although when he meets Sera, he finds himself contemplating making Papillon his home. This was at times an emotional read and I admit to tears being shed. Ms. Blake weaves a tale that draws you in and quickly has you invested. I really loved how much Harry cared for Sera and that he refused to give up even as she tried to keep him at a distance. The chemistry between them sizzled What will happen when secrets from Sera’s past are revealed?  Will Harry be forced to chose between the woman he loves and his family who dislikes her? I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. One click and find out.

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  • Emotional read

    4.5 Stars for Bayou Baby (Butterfly Bayou #2) What a great addition to the Butterfly Bayou Series, I was excited to be back in Papillon, Louisiana which we know as Butterfly Bayou and I wasn’t disappointed, this book was everything I expected. This is Seraphina (Sera) Guidry and Harrison (Harry) Jeffreys story and it’s about a couple who on the face of it are total opposites, Harry is new to Butterfly Bayou and Sera was born and raised there, Sera is a single mum and Harry is only in town to reconnect with with a Aunt and cousins, both have priorities that aren’t love but fate works in mysterious ways and sometimes we find love when we least expect too. Will Harry stay or will he walk away when secrets from Sera’s past surface, well I guess you will need to read the book to find that out.... An emotional read that touched me on so many levels, I cried, I smiled and I feel for this couple big time, the chemistry is sizzling and the characters are easy to love, so all that’s left for me to say is I highly recommend this great read.

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  • Seraphina and Harrison

    4.6 stars This is the second book in the Butterfly Bayou series and it can be read as a standalone. Ms. Blake really knows how to pen a storyline that has that authentic feel as the setting itself, The Big Easy, but it is anything but. Aunt Celeste kept reminding me of the mother in The Thornbirds as she was a strong matriarch who wanted to do what she could for her family and would not let anyone take what she felt was hers. Harrison is Celeste’s nephew who comes to town and becomes impressed with Seraphina, aka Sera. Sera is a single mother and is somewhat shunned by her community for having a child. Not one to take things to heart, Sera goes about living her best life for herself and her son. Watching the weaving of Celeste’s dysfunctional family is nothing less than riveting and seeing her get hers will leave readers enthralled even more. The chemistry between Harrison and Sera is beautifully illustrated and observing their growth forged the bonds that will keep them strong together. I cannot wait for the next book to see where this talented author takes readers next with these characters that could be real friends. I volunteered to read a copy of this book provided by Netgalley.

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