Book Review: Seducing Lauren

Seducing Lauren (Love Under the Big Sky #2) by Kristen Proby: In the second book in the Love Under the Big Sky series from this USA TODAY bestselling author of the With Me in Seattle series, life in Montana gets spicy when a woman and her divorce lawyer sign off the papers—and sign on to love.

Now that his best friend, Josh, has happily settled down with his true love on a Montana ranch, small-town lawyer Ty Sullivan starts thinking that maybe single life isn't all it’s cracked up to be. And when Lauren Cunningham’s no-good ex-husband comes after her for an unexpected trust fund, Ty steps in to protect her. But soon he can’t help but think of her as more than a client. Lauren’s in no mood to jump into another relationship, so how can Ty convince her that her mistake wasn't getting married, but marrying the wrong guy?

TeriLyn's thoughts: Seducing Lauren serves as the second installment in this new series by Kristen Proby. What I adore about this author is her ability to make a story really feel good. To know that the feelings and actions of the main characters are coming from a good place and that they're journey on being together no matter what makes you feel good by the end.

With that said, I liked this book better than the first of the series and that's mainly due to better connection with Ty and Lauren, the main characters. Each of them possessed strong qualities easily attracting me to their story. Lauren's story in particular I found fascinating, it was like an in depth look into a certain world we're all part of in our way so we got a birds eye view of how that magic happens. It was a cool choice to have Lauren represent our book world this way and I highly enjoyed seeing her character in this light. Ty represents a man who know what he wants and makes certain that his woman knows how he feels from the beginning of their time together. He's loyal and protective and fun. There were times the banter between the two left me laughing out loud.

The plot drug a bit for me at times. I thought there could of been more action during some events and even more reaction from certain events. During some points of the story I found myself skimming or becoming easily disinterested. Overall though it was an enjoyable read with two main characters who easily engage. I'd recommend to those of you looking for happy, fluffy romance. It's a fairly quick read and Proby's writing runs fluidly over the pages making it easy to follow.

When I had finished Loving Cara I was intrigued by Ty and Lauren so I'm happy to find they provided a much better story for me than Josh and Cara. At the end of the story I'm even more intrigued to learn of the events that will unfold between Zach and Jillian in Proby's next installment.

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