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  • Small town love

    It's official. I am in love with this town and the people in it. I love how the author has tackled all the quirks you get with a small town. The gossiping where everyone knows every bit of your business, except it may be an alternate version of what really happened. The few town folks that are just plain crazy because let's face it, every town has those people. But most of all, the way a small town comes to gather to support each other. I love it! Zep was such a flippant character in the previous book. I loved getting to truly know him as a person. He turned out to be one of my favorite "playboy" types of heroes. Roxie was also awesome. She was just tough enough to admire without it being too much. I liked seeing her transformation. She lost a lot of that aloofness from being from a big city and became softer and more approachable person in this small town environment. Since all this characters are in each book, I've come to love them all and want more. Cain is such an interesting character to me even though he has such a small role in each book. I hope the author brings him front and center for his own. Either way, I will read about as many of these Bayou citizens the author wants to write about.

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  • Loved it

    This is book three in the latest series from Ms.Blake and it fun being back in Papillon, Louisiana also known as Butterfly Bayou. The writing is so descriptive that I can easily see myself transported to the Bayou. Papillon is a quirky small town full of characters that are quirky and entertaining, add in Otis the alligator who roams the town as though he owns it and you know there are going to be shenanigans ahead. This is Roxanne (Roxie) King and Zep Guidry’s story and I have to say I have been looking forward to his story. After spending years as a member of a SWAT Team in New York, Roxie made the move to Papillon to become a deputy. Zep is a charming Cajun free spirit who does his best to rile Roxie up. Despite not taking him seriously and regretting the one night they shared together, Roxie is still drawn to him. Zep however, knows she is the one for him but convincing her has proven difficult, to say the least. The chemistry between them sizzles and I loved seeing familiar faces pop up whilst reading. When Roxie’s past comes back to haunt her, Zep will step up in a way that will leave no doubt that he has her back and is the man for her. I love how Lexi Blake writes about the characters and all the interfering that you only get from a small town, it really adds an additional layer that makes this such an entertaining read.

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  • Fake it until its' readl

    What you see isn’t what you get, or maybe, still waters run deep? Either works to describe both Zep and Roxie. They aren’t what they seem, but they are happy to put forth what other expect. The problem is that it holds them back from being who truly makes them happy, and hurts when others who care about them don’t see the deeper them. The real them. Little by little, these two learn to trust the other, and then they start to see what was already right in front of them. Sweet at times, sexy at others, and emotions always right on the surface, these two were made for each other!

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  • Soooo worth the wait, I 💗 Roxie & Zep together!

    Yes! This series keeps getting better and better. I LOVED Roxie and Zep from the very first book and I’m thrilled that we have finally gotten their story. Deputy Roxanne King is fairly new to Papillon (Butterfly Bayou) Louisiana upon her arrival a little over a year ago she had a one night stand with the small town's playboy, Zep Guidry, only to realize she had feelings for him. What's the best way to combat those useless feelings? Arrest him every chance you get...LOL I swear watching these two over the last two books was a riot, I knew once we had their story it would be a good one and it really was beyond what I had expected. There is so much that we didn't know about either of them and it really shed a lot of light on the way they were. I loved the chemistry they had together. There is a bit of angst but a lot of steam in this read. This is definitely my favorite book in the series to date. If you enjoy small town romances, the fake relationship trope, or second chance romances I would recommend this book to you. Happy Reading!!! **I have voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book for my Blog, Nadine's Obsessed with Books**

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  • Bayou Dreaming

    I loved this! It was sweet and fun. A very satisfying book with a happy ending.

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