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  • Amazingly fun and sexy read!

    This is book 4 in the Boys of the Big Easy series and it features James and Harper. James just wants to know her and for her to know the real him. Whatever happens after that is a bonus. He’s an amazing man who’s always available to help others. He’s a fireman and a jazz piano player. Harper is reluctantly attracted to her “five years younger” neighbor. He makes it impossible for her to resist him. She’s a linguistics professor at the University and likes her quiet life…until the invasion of James. Now she’s coparenting a dog, an olive tree and a bearded dragon. The romance is fun, sexy, highly entertaining and so beautifully simple. Reading this book was fun! Not only was the story line great but the characters made it even better. I read great books all the time but rarely are they so much fun and bring so many smiles and LOL moments. I ALWAYS look forward to books written by this author!

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  • SO good it leaves you speechless.

    Gaaah, gggnnn... urgh. WOWZA!!! You know when something has you so happy and excited and satisfied that you can't even come up with *any* words, much less THE words that express how incredible you feel? Yeah, Getting Off Easy, the fourth book in Erin Nicholas's Boys of the Big Easy series is all that. The Boys of the Big Easy series has followed a group of single parents in New Orleans who've stumbled into, been seized by, or slowly acquiesced to love, and each story has been deeply fulfilling. Getting Off Easy is a little different only in that James Reynaud and Harper Broussard don't start out as parents. Or in love ;) But Erin Nicholas takes them, and us, there, in this wild, wonderful read. James is a firefighter and has honestly had no trouble finding female companionship, or really, any companionship--he's a likable guy with some heroic qualities which people tend to find attractive. Plus, he plays the piano. (See, kids? Those lessons do pay off! ;) ) Harper moves in across the hall and is way too smart, too educated, too classy, too fabulous for him. But he can't stop thinking about this linguistics professor or trying to win her attention. Watching these two dance around each other as they slowly work out how to dance together? This is the read of your dreams. James and Harper definitely do not have what would likely be considered a traditional relationship--no, this isn't a nursery-rhyme-perfect story where they start off sitting in a tree and K-I-S-S-I-N-G and end with the baby in the carriage! What I love is that their atypical relationship is absolutely perfect for them, and is a journey full of warmth and joy even as there is some mystery and a few tears along the way. Real life is often like that, and Ms Nicholas captures it all beautifully with heart and honesty and humor. One of the things Erin Nicholas does beautifully is write characters I love in community--these men and women don't exist in a vacuum. They are good friends who have good friends around them. Reading how they encourage, support, mercilessly tease, and defend each other is a very great pleasure. Getting Off Easy provides plenty of that, as James and Harper do rely on their friends to help them make sense of the curves that life is throwing their way. Knowing that James and Harper never face their challenges alone is satisfying as well. Ultimately Getting Off Easy is a fantastic romance. It stands alone well, but is a gem of a finish to the equally excellent Boys of the Big Easy series. It's a testament to the strength and beauty of love, and how being open to both can truly open doors in the best ways. This amazing story is exactly everything and leaves you wanting even more of it.

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  • Review: Boys of the Big Easy 4: Getting Off Easy

    Getting Off Easy by Erin Nicholas is the fourth book in her Boys of the Big Easy series. Set in New Orleans this is the story of firefighter and jazz musician, James Reynaud and his adorable neighbor, linguistics professor Harper Broussard. James has made a habit of asking his neighbor for help whenever people give things to take care of. A ficus tree, a lizard, a dog, a baby… (record scratches…) wait - you say - a baby? Yes - James finds a baby on his doorstep and pulls Harper in to help. The ensuing emotion and drama that unfolds… Who is the mother… Is James the father… Can Harper and James really become parents to this newborn? Sexy and emotional, told in dual POV and wrapped up in a beautiful but different happy ending - Erin Nicholas has fast become a must-read author for me! Enjoy!

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  • Loved it

    5 star review Getting Off Easy (Boys Of The Big Easy #4) by Erin Nicholas Oh how I loved being back with the Boys of The Big Easy. I loved the characters of firefighter, James Reynaud and professor Harper Broussar, neighbors who are drawn to one another. James loves to tease and torment Harper and that led to quite a few humorous encounters. Harper is determined not to be impressed by the oh so hot firefighter and I loved her spirit. James is such a caring and swoon worthy man who ticked all the boxes. For me Harper was the opposite of what James had always gone for but was in fact the missing piece to fulfil him. I loved the build of their relationship as Ms.Nicholas wove a story that had me absolutely captivated from the first to the last chapter. I loved the friendship and camaraderie that James and Harper share not only with each other but with their friends. Adding in a baby left on Jame’s doorstep and you know that heart strings are going to be tugged and emotions will be hire.. This is a fun, romantic, sweet, steamy, and at times emotional story that was a great addition to the series. I felt as though I was witnessing their relationship as it grew and that added an additional layer to the story. Ms. Nicholas writes stories that draw me in and get me invested with her characters right from the start. If you haven’t read any of the other books in this series, do yourselves a favour and one click when you can, I don’t think you will be disappointed. A fitting end to a series that was one of my favourites of 2019.

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  • Getting off Easy

    ARC for honest review with no compensation Getting Off Easy is book. 4 in the Boys of the Big Easy series by Erin Nicholas about James Reynaud, hot, sexy, NOLA firefighter, jazz musician and Harper Brossard, beautiful, bookworm linguistic professor, who lives arose the hall. This book encompasses so much emotion...laughter, tears, easy going, come what may, a little mystery, getting outside your comfort zone and a baby surprise too!! Another well written, fun book by the author and hopefully more books to come in this series!

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