[Book Review] Wrong Place, Right Time

Wrong Place, Right Time (The Bourbon Street Boys, Book 2) / Elle Casey (Powell's Books)

Previously reviewed:
Life as a single parent is a challenge, and with her children's well-being a priority Jenn isn't looking for adventure or any more uncertainty.  Her sister working for a private security firm is more danger than she wants in her life.  Then she's offered a generous payment for a one-time consulting gig for the Bourbon Street Boys, with auntie babysitting thrown in to sweeten the deal.  Things go well... until someone crashes into the building and she's pulled into a security lock down room with the veritable giant Dev.

Stability and security rules in her life, and it feels like that's all slipping away.  Her job may not appreciate her, but it's steady unlike going freelance.  Nothing about the Bourbon Street Boys seems safe, especially falling for one of them.

When I read Wrong Number, Right Guy I said I'd definitely read more in the series, and that definitely still holds true.  I connect with Jenn more than I did May, she's a more believable character.  The series is written with fleshed out characters who have lives and responsibilities, and the story is imbued with a wonderful sense of humor.  The relationship and attraction builds over the story with a healthy level of spice.  Definitely recommend this series.

Advanced Reader Copy copy courtesy of Montlake Romance via NetGalley; differences may exist between uncorrected galley text and the final edition.


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