Easy Lovin’ by Elaine Charton

Easy Lovin’
Elaine Charton
Swimming Kangaroo Books (2007)
ISBN 9781934041659
Reviewed by Lori Plach for Reader Views (7/08)

 

Little does Abigail Fairfax know what she is letting herself in for, when her friend Justin asks her for a favor. It is far from an easy favor to grant. Justin works for the Customs Bureau. Her home is needed for a stakeout in order to track crime. She is reluctant to allow this to happen, but is finally convinced that all will work out.

Ezechial Zachariah (EZ) McAllister is a true Texan. Things are always bigger in Texas, right? He is a charmer but also a co-worker of Justin’s. With EZ living in Abigail’s home, there is a lot more at stake than just catching a criminal. How can the two of them exist in the same house without creating sparks between them? It would definitely be easier if they weren’t both so attractive and so available.

“Easy Lovin’” is a terrific book which combines two of the most popular themes in fiction books, romance and mystery. By reading this book, you can feed your romantic side as well as try out your sleuthing abilities. Elaine Charton has written an exciting yet gentle loving book which you will love. She has a wonderful style which makes you feel like you are right there with these two people as they try to avoid giving into what they both really need. It is very easy-to-read and flows beautifully. The only thing you won’t like is once you start reading “Easy Lovin’,” is it won’t be easy to lay down until you have read each exciting page to an extraordinary conclusion.

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