Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Small Publisher
Released on December 18, 2019
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Short, hot Christmas story on the bayou with the extended Landry family is what you get with this novella. Bayou time, good food, crazy Cajuns, and people who know your heart.
Must Love Alligators brings back everyone’s favorite Wildlife Conservation Officer, Bailey. But she isn’t back to write up warnings or find wild animals the Landry family is hiding. No, she is back to see if you can meet up with Chase, the young man who has been “adopted” into the bayou and who she had a an awkward sexy moment with. He’s only seen her in her work clothes which do little flatter her figure, but in a dress, she wants to see if the chemistry in the past can translate into more, but alligators are her passion and she wants to do everything to protect them.
Chase was a stupid fraternity brother who got drunk, stole a boat, and lost control of the boat causing it to crash into the Boys of the Bayou dock. His older sister, Juliet, whom we saw in Beauty and the Bayou, won’t let him just pay for it and become an asshole like her older two brothers. Spending those two weeks on the bayou gave Chase a family he didn’t know he needed and a work ethic he grew to appreciate.
During his time on the bayou, he found himself drawn to Bailey, which led to a very awkward non-kiss and groping. Back on the bayou on Christmas break from medical school, he is pressed into distracting Bailey from the Landry clan wrangling baby otters on the loose. Ellie and Leo send the two out to the cabin on the bayou to decorate for a fictional party and the two find they do know how to kiss.
This is a short romance with an epilogue that made my heartache. These two have a lifetime ahead with some of the craziest people in the bayou and I can’t wait to see them again.
Reading Challenge #140
Review Writing Challenge #45
Bad Boys of Romance Challenge #17
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About the Book
Chase Dawson is back in Autre for Christmas and when he runs into brainy, beautiful alligator conservationist Bailey Wilcox again, he’s determined to make good use of the mistletoe.
Enjoy this fun, sexy holiday story from the Boys of the Bayou series!
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- 2020 - Bad Boys of Romance Challenge
- 2020 - Books N Tunes Challenge
- 2020 - Literary Pickers Challenge
- 2020 Review Writing Challenge
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