ARC Review: Easy With You by Kristen Proby

Posted April 18, 2015 by Pilar in Reviews / 3 Comments

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
ARC Review: Easy With You by Kristen Proby
Easy with You
by Kristen Proby

4 Stars


Released: March 24, 2015
Series: With Me in Seattle #8.5
Published by Evil Eye Concepts
Pages: 116
Format: eARC


“I really wanted more!” ~ Under the Covers

As a reader who is a fan of Kristen Proby’s With Me in Seattle series I was excited to read Asher’s story. Asher is a police lieutenant who moves himself and his 10 year old daughter to New Orleans to give them a new start after the loss of his wife and to be closer to his family. Lila is a college professor who had a difficult childhood and who is in the midst of an ongoing serial killer spree that is targeting her female students. Asher and Lila shared and incredible steamy night a year ago, and now as fate would have it are reunited once again as he is in charge of the campus serial killer investigation.

This read was fast paced and I did enjoy it, so much so that I wish it was not a novella and the relationships and storyline would have been developed in a more slow trodden and well detailed fashion. In other words I really wanted more! LOL. Asher and Lila’s previous encounter makes the storyline have a genuine feel to it. None the less there are the typical instalove, extremely fast paced occurrences that are the unavoidable outcomes of a novella due to its short length. Romantic suspense from Proby is a new element as I have not read any other RS titles by her. I did find the book a bit predictable (again novella cause and effect) and I will not say more on the topic as I do not want to spoil it for any of you. This release also served as a cross-over of sorts for her With Me in Seattle and new Boudreaux series which I believe was the genuine intent in this installment. Success, as I now have already purchased the first in the Boudreaux series Easy Love. For followers of the With Me series you will see a bit of Matt and Nic in this installment and that is always a nice touch, readers will also get to meet the Heroine of Easy Love Kate as she is Lila’s BFF.

Overall if you are new to the work of Kristen Proby this may be a great opportunity to take a dip in her talented writing pool and see how you enjoy her writing style before making a larger financial and time span commitment. That being said I will reiterate that I am a fan of the entire With Me series and would strongly recommend it. For now I will be diving in to Easy Love.

*ARC provided by publisher



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About Kristen Proby

Kristen is the author of the Amazon and USA Today bestselling With Me In Seattle series. She has a passion for a good love story and strong characters who love humor and have a strong sense of loyalty and family. Her men are the alpha type; fiercely protective and a bit bossy, and her ladies are fun, strong, and not afraid to stand up for themselves.

Kristen spends her days with her muse in the Pacific Northwest. She enjoys coffee, chocolate and sunshine. And naps.


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I am an “X” year old hotel executive lover of all things romance (It was instilled in me that after age 20 a lady should never reveal her age, lol). My love of romance began with Spanish telenovelas at a young age. I spent great spans of time with my grandparents who did not speak English and became engrossed in the world of telenovelas as they were always playing on the TV in their home. In my teens some of my first ventures into romance were Forever by Judy Blume, Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. With the passage of time when I went to college I read anything that was available in the limited market, and romance section at the local B&N. My first favorites were by Jude Deveraux, Judith McNaught, Johanna Lindsey, Linda Lael Miller, Amanda Quick aka Jayne Ann Krentz, and Sandra Brown.

I go through genre phases at times but will read just about anything romance with the exception of NA/YA which I tend to stay away from. I have read some romances with MM roles however it is not what I prefer unless there is a Menage MMF relationship. The vast availability of talented work by so many authors and all at the click of a button make it feel like it’s Christmas every day and my wallet feels it as well, though sometimes some books I buy feel like lumps of coal in my stocking. I am trying to get on track with using Goodreads so I can keep it all straight. I live for the moments when I can lay in the sun on a beautiful island destination with my family, a tropical drink nearby, and my trusty paperwhite in hand, or just spending quality time with great friends, family or a book on my nook or kindle!

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Thanks for the review Pilar

Amy R
Amy R

Thanks for the review, I’ve enjoyed the first few books in this series and need to get caught up on it.


I have come away with me on my tbr