Going Down Easy

Going Down Easy

by Erin Nicholas

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ISBN-13: 9781503900660
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2018
Series: Boys of the Big Easy Series
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 292,174
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Erin Nicholas has been writing romances almost as long as she’s been reading them. To date, she’s written over thirty sexy, contemporary novels that have been described as “toe-curling,” “enchanting,” “steamy,” and “fun.” She adores reluctant heroes, imperfect heroines, and happily ever afters.

Erin lives in the Midwest, where she enjoys spending time with her husband (who only wants to read the sex scenes in her books), her kids (who will never read the sex scenes in her books), and her family and friends (who claim to be “shocked” by the sex scenes in her books).

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Going Down Easy 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL 9 months ago
4 star review Going Down Easy (Boys Of The Big Easy #1) by Erin Nicholas A single dad story with a difference and one I enjoyed. Erin Nicholas is a new author to me and I am not sure why. Gabe Trahan is a New Orleans single dad who has been having a monthly fling with New Yorker Addison Sloan. Gabe runs a bar with his brother and Addison consults at an architectural firm. They have been having fun and the chemistry between them is off the charts. What happens when Gabe begins to feel that there could be more between them than just a fling even though live so far apart? Or do they? Unbeknownst to Gabe, Addison has accepted a position in New Orleans which will put her right on his doorstep. Gabe is thrilled when he finds out but Addison realises he could be a danger to her heart and decides to break things off. What transpires is a story of push and pull, give and take and find the courage from within to move out of one’s comfort zone and take a chance on life. I really fell hard and fast for Gabe but Addison, not so much. In fact it wasn’t until towards the end of the book that I truly warmed up to her. They say opposites attract and Gabe and Addison are certainly opposites in many ways. The banter and camaraderie between the single parent group attendees as well as the children made for some humorous and at times sad moments. This is the first book in a her new series and I will be checking out the rest as they become available. I received this book through the publisher and Netgalley.
Candace-LoveyDoveyBooks 7 months ago
Going Down Easy is a story that while extremely sweet, doesn't fail on the level of heat packed into it. Erin Nicholas gives readers a taste of New Orleans as she introduces the Trahan brothers. Gabe Trahan, bartender and father, enjoys spending time with Addison when she comes to town once a month. Their whole relationship consists of a weekend exploring the city and enclosing themselves in the apartment above the bar. When their relationship changes and Gabe is trying to convince Addison that their two little families and blend together, I just knew this story was going to make my weekend! I love that Gabe is so sure of what he wants even when his actions are unusual for him. Even though he has a son he isn't really looking to settle down. But when he realizes Addison is someone he could see himself with in the long run he embraces the idea. His character is really interesting because he's not a super responsible, uptight, boring single father. He has a wild edge that isn't usually seen in a character in his situation. Addison, on the other hand, is sure of her parenting skills and loves the independent life she's built for the two of them. She's kind of a typical character in the fact that she's a stubborn single woman who doesn't like to ask for help, so I'm not surprised she's not keen on a true relationship with Gabe in the beginning. Going Down Easy was a pleasure to read. I loved the atmosphere, the interaction with the kids and the characters who breathed life into their roles. I'm so glad I caught this series as it begins, because I'd love to read more from Erin Nicholas! *ARC provided in consideration for review*
ReadingInPajamas 8 months ago
Review: GOING DOWN EASY (Boys of the Big Easy) by Erin Nicholas Publication Date: August 28, 2018 Genre: Contemporary Romance Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated 4.5 Stars I enjoyed this contemporary romance between two single parents, each approaching parenting in different ways. It was real and honest…not to mention super sexy. Gabe and Addison started with a no commitment sexual relationship that grew to so much more. Their struggle to realize that their contented status-quo wasn’t enough, made for a heartwarming story. I also loved their kids, so different but meshing well. My only pause was how fast Addison went from “no way” to “ok, I’m ready”. It seemed unnaturally fast. Other than that, it was a touching and smoking hot romance. I love the people around them and cannot wait for the next book in the series. *Review copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. ~*~*~*~
sbart84 8 months ago
Amazing start to a new series, set in one of my favorite cities, The Big Easy. Addison had it her mind that this was just a fling with Gabe with her monthly visits to NOLA, until her job changes and she is now in NOLA permanently. She soon finds out that her and Gabe have more in common than sex, single parents as well. Loved, loved this book. The relationship of Gabe and Addison was fun and sexy. Loved how they were both single parents, just loved Stella and Cooper. These kids are opposites but help both grow up and face their fears. I highly recommend this book , can't wait to read the next book in the series.
PennySparkles 9 months ago
Going Down Easy was a very pleasant surprise for me as it was my first book by this author and I enjoyed it tremendously. I’m a big sucker for a single parent romance, and this has both a single mom and a single dad getting together. Gabe and Addison met at Gabe’s pub in New Orleans when Addison was in town for a work weekend. Since then, every time she flies in, they spend a scorching hot weekend together. Gabe ends up more than a bit smitten with Addison but there’s not much he can do about it with her living so far away. That is, until he realizes that Addison is moving to town so that won’t be an issue anymore. Now all he has to do is convince Addison to give them a chance to build something real… but he’ll have his work cut out for it. Addison is a very independent single mom and is used to men running away as fast as they can when she tells them she has a 5-year-old little girl. Now that she’s moved to a new city, she needs to focus on work and settling her baby girl, Stella. Unfortunately for her, when she uses her singlemomdom card to push Gabe away, not only does he not leave running for the hills, he tells her he is also a single dad to 5-year-old Cooper and is ecstatic at the prospect of their kids becoming friends. Gabe was charming, sexy and fun. I loved how he was all in at being a dad and didn’t hesitate to ask for help and rely on people. I also liked how he was also all in regarding Addison and little Stella. I had a bit more difficulty connecting to Addison. She was very self-contained bordering on closed off and came off as a bit uptight in the beginning. Luckily, Gabe makes it possible for her to relax, and a much more likable, sweet and caring side of her comes out and shine. I greatly enjoyed witnessing these four becoming a family. I loved how much weight little Stella and Cooper had in the overall story, though while reading the progression of their relationship seemed believable, when you take the kids into consideration it’s not something that could happen as fast in reality. Still, I had one heck of a fabulous time reading this. With great chemistry, fun banter, precious little people and a great cast of secondary characters I can’t wait to know more of, I loved Going Down Easy from beginning to end and I’m thrilled to have found a new to me author. *I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book*
RomanticReadsandSuch 9 months ago
I just love how realistic this story was - not too much melodrama, just believable issues around people trying to mesh their lives.  Gabe and Addison have different approaches to a lot in their lives but they are differences that could mesh together very well.  If only they'd let them :) Both are appealing - Gabe a little more so because Addison can be a big prickly but once you understand her it is so easy to see why.  Together they do a good job of propping each other up when they need it and that's pretty much what any of us could hope for in a relationship I think. Their issues are believable and they handle them rationally, with a good deal of understanding.  I appreciate how nothing gets blown out of proportion.  Instead everything is addressed in a very satisfying manner, so that by the end you are delighted with the fact that they could figure out their HEA like a couple of adults. Sexy, charming, real and fun, Going Down Easy showcases why Nicholas is a bestselling author.  If you are looking for real and touching and hot, this should definitely be your next read! **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
EileenAW 9 months ago
I loved reading Going Down Easy by Erin Nicholas, book one in her Boys of the Big Easy series. This book held me captive from page one. This is a story about two single parents who don't actually start their relationship knowing that the other person has a child. Gabe and Addison meet by chance when a mutual friend brings Addison to Gabe's bar when she's in town for the weekend. They immediately discover a delicious, irresistible chemistry which sets the tone for their repeated whirlwind weekends when Addison's in town for work. Then Addison is hired to help renovate Gabe’s bar and moves to New Orleans. Erin Nicholas draws us in with Gabe and Addison's fun, flirty banter. Then she brings ALL the feels. While the incredible weekends they've spent in bed are certainly one aspect of their characters they've shared with each other, but this is merely the surface. Ms Nicholas leads us into their worlds, including their parenting challenges and fears, their tender hearts, and their hearts' desires. Add in an outstanding cast of supporting characters, from friends to family; characters who do their best to adult but who can forgive and be forgiven when they inevitably stumble; and beignets; and you have a winning combination for a wonderful adventure. Ms. Nicholas wrote a wonderful, humorous, challenging, and sexy story that is not to be missed. This story is filled with sexual chemistry, fun dialogue, and endearing characters. I highly recommend this book to other reader and cannot wait for the next book in the series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Sandy-thereadingcafe 9 months ago
GOING DOWN EASY is the first full-length instalment in Erin Nicholas’ contemporary, adult BOYS OF THE BIG EASY erotic, romance series. This is bar owner and single father Gabe Trahan, and architect /single mother Addison Sloan’s story line. Told from dual third person perspectives (Addison and Gabe) GOING DOWN EASY follows the building relationship between bar owner and single father Gabe Trahan, and architect /single mother Addison Sloan. For months, New Yorker Addison Sloan and New Orleans’ bar owner Gabe Trahan kept up their once monthly affair when Addison returned to the Big Easy for work and play. No personal information was exchanged by our leading couple; no history no stories, just time together one weekend per month. With Gabe and his brother Logan’s Trahan Tavern due for an extensive historical overhaul Gabe had no idea that the woman with whom he had was having a fling is part of the architectural firm about to renovate his bar. Enter Addison Sloan, and the woman with whom Gabe will fall in love. What ensues is the building relationship and love between Gabe and Addison, and the potential fall-out when Gabe’s life as a single father begins to spiral out of control. Throughout their earlier affair Addison and Gabe never revealed intimate details about their personal lives including that inevitable reveal that each was a single parent to a five-year old child. Addison Sloan is a reluctant single mother whose life changed the moment her daughter was born. A successful architect, Addison struggles to be the kind of mother her daughter deserves but a mother who has taught her child to be independent and strong. Gabe Trahan has always had the support of family and friends when it comes to his bar, and raising his five-year old son but an incident at school has Gabe questioning his parenting abilities, questions that may threaten his relationship with the woman he loves. An over-protective father Gabe may have done his son a disservice in his attempts to protect him against outside harm. The relationship between Addison and Gabe is one of immediate attraction that started out as a monthly affair, and soon grew into something more. With Addison’s move to Louisiana, Gabe saw the opportunity to pursue our heroine for a full-time relationship. The $ex scenes are intimate, erotic and passionate without the use of over the top, sexually graphic language and text. Gabe likes to talk dirty both in and out of the bedroom. There is a large ensemble cast of colorful and charismatic secondary and supporting characters including a number of single parents at a local single-parent club. We are introduced to Gabe’s five-year old, quiet and unassuming son Cooper, and Gabe’s brother Logan Trahan; Addison’s exuberant five-year old daughter Stella; and the members of the Single Parents Support Group: Roxanne, Dana, Bea, Lexi, Ashley, Caleb and Corey. GOING DOWN EASY is a story of family, friendship, romance and love. Addison’s attitude and earlier behavior was a bit of a turn off but our heroine quickly realized that her opinions about motherhood and children weren’t necessarily wrong but difficult to acknowledge. The premise is engaging and heart breaking; the romance is seductive and intense; the characters are numerous, dynamic, flirty and animated. GOING DOWN EASY is a captivating, spicy and realistic look at family struggles, and building love.
Lit_Litehosue 9 months ago
Gabe and Addison have been seeing each other for months but each of them has a life they haven't shared with the other. This book was a great escape but there were so many relate-able moments, especially if you have ever had kids.. Erin Nicholas gets real in this romance, but with a side of humor and such a great compilation of characters that I couldn't put the book down.
JennieF 9 months ago
ARC for honest review with no compensation Going Down Easy is book 1 in new series called Boys of the Big Easy by Erin Nicholas and what a way to start this series!!! Totally fell in love with Gabe and Allison and can't wait for the next book in the series!! Gabe a single dad and only looking for a fling meets Allison at the family bar and thinks she might be up having one with him. Well she does and comes to New Orleans once a month, they connect for the weekend then she goes back to New York on Mondays. Now Gabe is thinking that maybe this could be more than just a fling and when Allison decides to move to New Orleans she decides she needs to end it with Gabe partly because she hasn't told him her biggest secret...she has a daughter! Can they find a way to become a couple and a blended family for a happily ever after or will Allison continue to keep Gabe at arms length and depend on only herself?? So much sizzling heat, all things New Orleans style, well written, easy reading and just keeps you turning the pages to see what happens next!!
WLRagan 9 months ago
Gabe and his brother Logan own and operate a bar in the French Quarter. Elana is a friend and regular at the bar. One night she shows up with her friend from NYC. Gabe is attracted to Addison immediately. Some fun and flirting and they end up spending the weekend together. No phone numbers exchanged, no personal information just a 36 hours of hot sex. After their fun weekend Addison is back to NY. Since she is consulting for a company in New Orleans she ends up back a month later and drops into the bar. For several months Gabe and Addison continue their weekend fling. The 2 are forced to get to know each other after a chance run in at the restoration company office. The story continues as Addison and Gabe have to decide if they want to try a real relationship and if so can it survive the secret each of them has. This was a really fun read. The author did a great job helping us get to know the characters. I loved the secondary characters as well. Well written, light easy read. I recommend this to anyone looking for anyone looking for a fun romance. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for sharing.
Bette313 9 months ago
Absolutely loved this story and I'm excited that it's just the start of a new series from one of my favorite authors. This book is super sexy and fun with a great setting in the Big Easy. Gabe and Addison's relationship may have started out as a once a month booty call but things get real when Addison moves to New Orleans permanently. Since their prior relationship never involved much talking and definitely no personal details they are both surprised to find out they have more in common than either ever dreamed. Put this one on the must read list, you don't want to miss it. I highly recommend.
Kindle_Loving_Mom 9 months ago
I loved this book!! It's my first from the author, but it for sure won't be the last! New Orleans is a great setting, and it came through so clearly here. Gabe Trahan is a single father, and the co-owner of a bar in the French Quarter with his brother. He's never really been in love, not even with his son's mother, who's now gone. He relies on his mom and brother to help him with babysitting duties and whatnot, so he's never been doing it completely alone, which he's thankful for. But, he doesn't have time or interest for much more than single nights with women. Until he meets Addison. Addison Sloan lives in NYC and is consulting on a project one weekend a month for the last 6 months, in New Orleans. She met Gabe on her first Friday night in town, and she's been coming back for more ever since. Even though they don't communicate at all outside of the one weekend a month she's in town, they have a connection she's never experienced before. But, now that she's moved to New Orleans full time, she's determined to break it off for good. She doesn't have room in her life for a real relationship. She's a single mom of a daughter, and that always sends men running. Plus, she's used to doing it all on her own, and has never been interested in input from anyone else. It'll be easier for everyone if they just quit while they're ahead. Right?? Gabe and Ad's chemistry was fiery hot, and I loved watching their interactions. Once all their truths came out, they both really got to know each other inside and out, far beyond the bedroom, and they found that they were perfect together. Their kids were adorable, and totally different from each other, but they got along great. I so enjoyed watching them fumble their way towards happiness. Their single parents support group was a hoot and I really enjoyed all the side characters there. Gabe's brother (who's book is next), and his mother, were great as well. I really enjoyed the comic relief that they all provided, and the great advice they gave both Gabe and Addison, about parenting, and life in general. Gabe and Addison both had to work through a lot of personal baggage to find their way towards a good life with each other, and I like how they were honest about what they needed. I also loved that Gabe was the main pursuer from the beginning. I love a hero who chases! He knew that Ad was the one for him, and he wasn't willing to give up when it got hard, and I adored him for that. Addison really made difficult realizations about herself, and her life, and her parenting, that helped her become a better version of herself. I enjoyed watching her struggle to come to terms with the changes she needed to make, and not shy away from them as she had in the past. Overall this book made me laugh, and sigh, and cry, and fan my face! I loved everything about it, and I can't wait for the next installment. I highly recommend it!
sferguson0822 9 months ago
I LOVED this book! It was sexy, fun, and a bit different with both Addison and Gabe being single parents. Gabe was a hero you will be falling for in no time. Addison. Oh Addison. She drew so many emotions out of me all at once. While there were moments that I wanted to throttle you, in those same moments I wanted to go hang with her, because I’ve been where she’s been and know how she’s feeling. I enjoyed watching her grow in that aspect, and seeing her realize how much is really out there and to enjoy it. This is a fantastic start to this new series by Erin Nicholas that I would definitely recommend!!!
Cali-Jewel 9 months ago
Sexy, sweet, fun, heartwarming and very realistic romantic journey filled with hard choices, loving family and loyal friends.... could not get enough of the thrilling adventure and look forward to visiting again. Gabe Trahan is charming, sexy, fun loving and a deeply caring father (just adored him) Addison Sloan is a sexy, smart, fun and fearlessly independent single mom doing it all on her own... until Gabe. Loved every witty banter filled struggle and eye opening revelation. Highly entertaining reading.
grammyx3 9 months ago
She has a five-year-old daughter. He has a five-year-old son. They are both single parents. For the last six months, one weekend a month, they've hooked-up with each other. That's it - a hook-up. No personal information exchanged, just hot and heavy sex and doing tourist things in New Orleans where he lives. Now she has moved to New Orleans. How will that change things? Addison Sloan just landed a great job with Monroe and LeBlanc, one of the top restoration architecture firms in New Orleans. She and her daughter, Stella need to adjust to their new setting. No time for more hook-ups. Gabe Trahan owns a bar located in a historic building in New Orleans. He thinks he is falling in love with with Addison so doesn't accept her good-bye. They both now attend the same single-parent support group. They can't avoid each other now and their children have met there on family day and have taken a liking to each other. And then..... Going Down Easy is the first book in author Erin Nicholas' new series, Boys of the Big Easy. This book is not just another sexy romance book. There is so much more to it. I found this story to be a thought-provoking read about the difficulties of being a single parent as well as an entertaining love story. The main characters, Addison and Gabe are both loving, tough and dedicated to their kids. They both have some emotional baggage and misgivings about how well they are doing as single parents. The two children, Stella and Cooper add levity and poignancy to the story. There's also lots of sexy times, fun and happiness. Great beginning to this series! Author Erin Nicholas never disappoints!
Terri_C 9 months ago
I've never read anything by Ms. Nicholas that I haven't enjoyed and Going Down Easy is no exception. She pairs together a man and a woman who basically have had a super hot weekend together once a month for numerous months. Addison has liked knowing that it can never go anywhere, because she lives in a different state. Gabe is beginning to wish for more. So what happens when she takes a job in New Orleans, where the bar is that Gabe owns and helps run? When Gabe finds out she was going to break it off, will he withdraw and let her go or will he fight for the relationship Addison is determined not to have? This book is different in that Ms. Nicholas has created two characters who are both single parents who face the challenge in far different ways. One does it totally alone and wants no interference or help from anyone else and the other leans on family a little too heavily. The challenge is not only the relationship of two people, but the relationship of two single parents and their children. Is it really possible to make it all work out? Another great Erin Nicholas book! I received a copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
LynnB888 9 months ago
Dirty-talking and heart-string pulling GOLD! You will not want to miss a minute of the latest series Erin Nicholas has in store for us! Single dads loose in The Big Easy, doing the best job they can to raise their kids while finding the women of their dreams in the process. This first book brought us the story of the king of dirty-talk Gabe and uptight Addison. They've been having a sexy fling, but when she moves to town and they each find out the other has a kid, the situation becomes complex. He's all in, but she's dragging her feet. It takes some tough love and adorable kids to soften her stance into giving love a chance. A really fun read that I devoured in one sitting ... looking forward to more in the series! Single dad and New Orleans bar owner Gabe Trahan thought he hit the jackpot when he met the delectable Addison several months ago. One weekend a month she arrives in town and blows his mind with steamy sex, laughter and magical trips around the city. Lately he's been finding her on his mind more often and wishing their time wasn't so limited together ... if only she'd consider relocating! Architect Addison Sloan enjoys her time with Gabe, and it fits her plan of casual and stress free perfectly. Unbeknownst to him, this was the last weekend she plans to show up to meet him because she's calling the fling off. Moving to New Orleans herself for a job changes the scenario to too close to home for her liking. Not to mention, she has a daughter that never came up in their discussions ... that's got to be cause for a man like him to take off, right?
AmyBosica 9 months ago
Going Down Easy is the latest swoon-worthy romance from author Erin Nicholas. Told from dual points of view, Going Down Easy follows the story of Gabe and Addison. When Gabe and Addison first got together, it was just supposed to be for one night. However, one night quickly turned into a fun, flirty, no strings-attached fling. No promises of tomorrow, just mind blowing sex. Gabe and Addison have had the best time together, and lately Gabe has been feeling like he needs more. He wants a real relationship with Addison, not just a romp in the bed…Addison won’t admit this, but she’s pretty hung up on Gabe. I mean, he is completely irresistible. However, Gabe wants things that Addison is quite ready for. She’s had a lot of major changes in her life lately and isn’t ready to take on a relationship of any kind. You see, Addison has a secret she’s been keeping from Gabe and she knows once she tells him, he’ll run for the hills…Or will he? Will Addison take a chance on a once in a lifetime romance with Gabe or will her fears ruin everything?? There’s only one way to find out… Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I was hooked on Gabe and Addison from the very beginning. I thought the chemistry between the two of them was explosive and I was really excited to see where their story would go. Now, I’m not gonna lie to you, Addison did make me a little batty in the beginning. I hated the way she tried to push Gabe away when he wanted more. But, I did understand where she was coming from. She never planned on being on a mom and had a hard time accepting when it happened to her. She quickly found herself raising a child all on her own with no outside help at all. So, when Gabe came around and turned out to be a single parent as well, I think that really threw her for a loop. As much as she loves her daughter, she wasn’t looking to add anymore children into the mix. So, being with Gabe went against her plan. However, Gabe wasn’t so easily deterred. This man knew what he wanted and wasn’t afraid to go after it. He had insecurities when it came to love and parenting just like everyone else. But, he knew that what he had with Addison doesn’t come around that often, so he was willing to fight and prove to Addison that he was worth the risk. Going Down Easy is a fun and flirty romance. I loved the characters and found them very easy to relate to. I loved watching Gabe and Addison figure things out and overcome their fears. Addison learned that it was ok to depend on someone else, while Gabe learned that it’s awesome to have support, but he’s fully capable of doing it all on his own. These two characters grew a lot throughout their story and it was joy to watch their romance come full circle. I really enjoyed reading this book and getting lost in the story this author has written.
beausmommy 9 months ago
Holy Moly, BatMan....A new series from Erin Nicholas, set in the steamy south in New Orleans. We get to meet a whole new family and town, new couples, new significant others...and have a good ole’ Cajun backdrop to read about. Going Down Easy is the first story. It introduces us to the Trahan family. Gabe is the easy going brother and son. He is raising his son, Cooper, with the help of his mom and brother. He runs the family pub and is liked by everyone. Especially Addison Sloan. Addison only comes to town once a month and they spend their time locked up in each other. It’s predictable and perfect, until it isn’t....Addison has her own life in New York, including her daughter, Stella. Can a relationship like this work, in the long term? Do they even want it to? When the rules change and Addison is nearby all the time, what does it mean for this couple? Fireworks, lots of steamy Bayou scenes, some up close alligator time and wait to see where this is going....I have a feeling we have lots of steamy relationships
SherriBabb 9 months ago
This is the first book that I have read by Erin Nicholas. I have to say that it was a really really great read. It tugged at all my heartstrings and I think every emotion that I could have. I absolutely loved Gabe and Addison as a couple. They complimented each other so well. They were both different in personality and how they did things but that didn't matter at all because they just fit together perfectly.Then you add in Cooper, Gabe's son and Stella, Addison's daughter and the fit just got better. It was like reading about a puzzle where pieces were missing and then the pieces were found and the puzzle just worked. Reading about these people and seeing the different struggles they each were having and how each of them handled things so different. Reading about the fears that they had was such an emotional roller coaster. Erin Nicholas did such a great job about telling a story about 2 singles parents learning how to be parents and at the same time learning how to let other people in. This book melted my heart and I cannot wait until the next book in this series. I can promise you that this book will grab you and it will not let go. To me this book was a 5 plus star read. I would highly recommend it. Thanks Net Galley. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.
Lashea677 9 months ago
Are they permanently in lust or accidentally in love? With a steamy backdrop like New Orleans Nicholas' works her magic. Going Down Easy is meant to be memorable and with a duo like Gabe and Addison, it certainly is. When a booty call becomes the real deal, there are tough choices to be made and long withheld truths to be revealed. If the spice of life serves as the food of the heart, Erin Nicholas' has cooked up a tempting treat.