❤️❤️❤️❤️ 4/5 hearts!
I haven’t read any of the other books in the Boudreaux series, but after reading this one I definitely will be. It was a wonderful story with many touching moments.
Taylor moved to New Orleans for her career, and is trying to help the community. Gabe, a local bartender, think’s she isn’t the right person for the job because she grew up privilege. Their attraction was instant, their chemistry off the charts, but will that be enough for Taylor and Gabe relationship?
Taylor is a wonderful person, and is truly trying to help the world be a better place. I absolutely love characters with a ton of empathy. Not only is she trying to put pedophiles behind, but she’s also trying to help a community she never grew up in. She’s an inspirational character.
At first, I didn’t like Gabe. He was judging Taylor by how she looked, and didn’t want to her a chance to change his town. He had a lot of insecurities that stopped him from living his life and becoming a better person. Taylor was able to help Gabe realize his potential. By the end though, he was a fantastic book boyfriend.
The plot was intriguing, and had a few sensitive issues that aren’t normally mentioned. This book shows that opposites attract, and can be together in a fantastic relationship. It may take hard work and dedication, but Gabe and Taylor have what it takes. They balance each other out in the best ways. I’m excited to read the rest of this series.
I received an ARC for a honest review.