Benson Bayou Beauregard is the president of the Bear Bottom Guardians MC, and the grandson of the Sergeant at Arms for the Dixie Wardens MC. He’s a mountain of a man and the warden of a prison, and there’s only one thing that can scare him—being told that he’s the father of a three-year-old little girl.
A three-year-old little girl that has no clue who he is. Hell, he only finds out about the little cherub when a woman from child protective services comes by and rocks his world before leaving the girl in his shocked arms.
Every single thing he thinks he knows goes up in a cloud of smoke.
To make matters worse, the woman that he’s been trying to convince to give him a chance takes one look at the little girl and tells him that he’s just not in the right place to handle both of them.
But Bayou was never one to back down from a challenge.
He can handle a three-year-old girl that acts exactly like him, and he can more than take on the fiery red-head that sets flame to his blood while he’s at it.
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Finally! We get Bayou’s book and it could not be a better one. Bayou is one of my favorite characters of this series so his book was one that I have been waiting for. It left me breathless which is something that Lani Lynn Vale is so good at doing. Lani Lynn Vale is a master at taking characters that we meet throughout her series at various times and expanding on them to create a world that leaves fans clamoring for more.
This was my favorite book of the series so far! I know I say that about all of them at the time but this certainly is. I loved Bayou and Phoebe together. They meet when they are young. Bayou suffers from Aspergers and because of it as a young man he gets made fun of. When we see him later you barely notice it. He has not only managed to control his ticks he also is the warden of the local prison. It is
From the moment Bayou meets Phoebe he begins calling her Fancy. Now as adults she is working as a nurse in his prison. The fit together so well. She is an introvert and doesn’t see any of Bayou’s quirks. She just goes with it because she has her own. She is the youngest daughter of Sam and Cheyenne (from Boomtown– Freebirds book 1) which explains why her dad is so protective of her. I love when we get to see Sam with any of his girls.
Add in Bayou’s little girl that he knew nothing about and you have one of the most sweetest love stories. That little girl is simply too sweet. I love how she develops in the story. Once Bayou and Phoebe begin really talking and decide they are going to be together things move rather quickly but that’s okay. I will say that the marriage proposal is the best I have ever read in any book! It gave me all kinds of feels. This is a book that I will certainly be reading again and again.