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  • The bayou is beautiful indeed!

    Sawyer's a man's man--big, capable, unafraid, he's definitely an example of the guys Juliet wants her brother to have as a role model. He's known for being fun, flirty, almost bigger than life. He's also broken. Devastated when he lost his best friend in a freak accident last year, he's not been the same since. He's become Mr Gloom and Doom, Mr Triple-Check-Your-Seatbelt, Mr Park-Your-Butt-on-the-Seat-at-ALL-Times... His family and friends are giving him space to be, but he's feeling lost. Juliet's baby brother Chase and his friends did something stupid, and Juliet is going to make sure he learns his lesson, so she volunteers him and herself to rebuild the dock they busted up. Her background's shaped her into Ms Cautious. She knows it's better to be prepared than to be caught off-guard. Her motto is to measure five times, and then and only then to cut once. Erin Nicholas's Boys of the Bayou series has been all winners from the start, and Beauty and the Bayou is no exception. Ms Nicholas lets us see how sometimes those who know and love us best still can't ease our pain. And sometimes it takes a new friend to elicit just the measure of comfort and healing needed to bring us back to our truest selves. Ms Nicholas's characters are incredible. Sawyer and Juliet are people I want to befriend, and I want to move to Autre to hang out with Ellie, Cora, Leo, and all the rest! Readers who have enjoyed this series and Boys of the Big Easy will love the chance to catch up with Gabe and his charming family when they arrive for a swamp boat tour. New readers will have no trouble falling even more in love with the Landrys and the entrancing, compelling universe Ms Nicholas has created in Louisiana. I especially love the way Ms Nicholas reminds me that while love can indeed heal, love also appreciates us just as we are. We don't need to fear our brokenness or our weaknesses because those very things can be exactly what fills a need in another. And yes, life is not without risk and even the best planners among us cannot adequately prepare for the unknown lurking around the corner. But ultimately the loving embrace of our family or found-family? That is the best balm of all. Beauty and the Bayou has it all--fabulous characters, great plot, tons of heart, happy tears, and more heat than a Louisiana bayou. And that Boys of the Bayou office? That place has seen more action than a Bond flick. The bottom line? Beauty and the Bayou will leave you satisfied and hungover--Erin Nicholas packs more of a punch than Kenny's moonshine. And that's REALLY sayin' something ;)

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  • Review: Boys of the Bayou 3: Beauty and the Bayou

    Beauty and the Bayou by Erin Nicholas is the third book in her wonderful romantic comedy series, Boys of the Bayou . I've been excited to read this one since I got a snippet of wht Sawyer and Juliet's story would be like at the end of Sweet Home Louisiana, book two in the series. Told in dual POV between the overly careful Juliet and the overly-worried Sawyer this story is funny, sexy, filled with swoony moments and laugh-out-loud family craziness! I love this series, I love the airboats, I love the characters and the world. Enjoy!

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  • Hot cajuns

    NO SPOLIERS no book specifics told...I absolutely love the Boys of Bayou series and getting to know all them a little each more with every book that Erin comes out with. This one was focusing on Sawyer and Juliet. Sawyer has been through some very tough times in recent months and his personality was changed drastically by those events. Juliet had something happen in her childhood that molded her into the non risk taker that she is today. So can these two change each to be able to figure out that pull that they have between them from the first time they meet. You know Erin always brings the HEA but how they get there is a ride. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Awesome!

    Sawyer and Juliet!!!!! Where do I begin??? Erin Nicholas has done it again! I have loved all of the other series that she’s written, but I think she was just beginning to discover her talent of weaving characters into stories that hook readers and keep them coming back for more! This book was another installment into the lives of the Boys of the Bayou - if you’ve never met them, then you are definitely missing out on a good time had by all (but especially the reader)! Sawyer has met someone who is even more cautious than he is, but together they remind each other that they/their loved ones may experience bumps and bruises but that’s what bandaids are for. If this doesn’t make sense, it’s because you haven’t read the story - and you’re really missing out! I have received an advanced copy of this book from the author via Booksprout in exchange for an honest review. I am an avid reader of Erin Nicholas’s books, and I willingly requested and read an ARC of this book.

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  • Loved loved loved

    5 star review Beauty & The Bayou (Boys Of The Bayou #3) by Erin Nicholas   I love the crazy, whacky Landry family and Erin Nicholas brings Autre, Louisiana to life for me. I would love to be a part of this family and their group of friends.   This is the third book in the series and can certainly be read as a stand alone, however, do yourselves a favour and one click the first two books as well. This is one of my favourite series of 2019.   Juliet Dawson is such a great heroine, I just loved her; whilst Sawyer Landry is grumpy and gruff to all around him, with emotional baggage, he has no intention of becoming involved with anyone. Trying to repair the damage her brother and his friends caused to the dock of The Boys of the Bayou tour boats Juliet struggles. When Sawyer sees Juliet he is intrigued. Juliet believes that beneath his gruff exterior, he could be fun, if only he will let her in. The chemistry between Sawyer and Juliet is intense, the only question is can they ignore their feelings or will they give in to the growing attraction that smoulders between them?   As always the members of the Landry family were a hoot and I loved the banter and the camaraderie. Beauty & The Bayou is a story with lots of snort worthy, laugh out loud moments which had me falling for Sawyer and Juliet, hook, line and sinker from the first to the last page. I loved it and I cannot wait for the next book in the series.   There was absolutely nothing that I would change and I cannot wait for the next book in the series.

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