ARC Review of Nashvegas Nights (Dirty South Book 2) by Kat Addams @GiveMeBooksPR and @KatAddamsAuthor

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

This story is a story of second chance romance with a new romantic interest, a sexy, sassy redhead, and a sexy Nashville singer who is stuck in his past.

Dorothy “Liz” Elizabeth Prudence is a sexy, funny, sassy redheaded nurse who is afraid of commitment. She has her best friend from birth who is always there to help her out of the bad decisions she makes. They are late 20-year old’s who still enjoy going out on the town and having fun and finding trouble to cause. Luckily for them, Liz’s best friend, Jess’ husband is always close by to keep them from too much trouble, listen to their crazy antics, and be the sound of reason for both of them. These two are crazy, funny, and very close.

Jason Jones is a Nashville singer who is stuck in his past. He works as a barista during the day and sings at bars during the nights. He is working as a barista to get experience for his own business. His best friend, Deuce, his ugly dog, live in a nice house outside of town. Deuce is Jason’s only consistency in his life. Jason is compassionate, sexy, and working very hard to find a new normal and move on with his life, but he needs some closure before that can happen, but one night with a sexy redhead may be his chance to move on.

I really liked this story. I laughed at the antics of Liz and Jess and how Jason described his past experience with a redhead. I loved chapter 8 and was glad I was home alone reading this section because it had me laughing so hard out loud that I had tears in my eyes. I also love the Spotify playlist for this story. I’m a redhead and some of the antics and comments about redheads were pretty spot on. My husband has made the comment about crazy redheads to me as well. I give this book a 5-star review and recommend it to readers who are looking for a laugh out loud read with some angst and crazy women. This was my first read by Kat Addams, but it will not be my last, I’m going to one-click Grit and Grind to read as well.

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