Lou already has the perfect boyfriend.
She shouldn’t be attracted to the brooding beach boy who picks her up from the airport on her Hawaiian vacation.
Keoni isn’t even Lou’s type.
She prefers a man who wears a suit to work and cuts his hair regularly, not a dangerously sexy surfer who hates tourists.
Keoni says he wants nothing to do with Lou, so why does he keep showing up every day to play tour guide?
As Keoni shows Lou his favorite places in Hawaii, she falls in love—both with the island and the man who embodies the rugged spirit of paradise.
She learns quickly enough that aloha is more than just a greeting and resisting Keoni might be the hardest thing she’s ever had to do.
When love is on the line, there’s no easy way out.
Take a trip back to 1968 and fall in love with the Hawaiian Islands, a heroic surfer, and the tourist he can’t resist.
Every time I thought I had the ending figured out, something else came to pass that was so wonderfully human in that messy way. There was no straight shot to the last page,
I read Try Easy in one sitting and fell in love with Keoni and Lou's sweet, sizzling, and modern love story. Their romance is emotionally engaging, adorable, and deeply romantic
I enjoyed this book. The story was detailed and descriptive, allowing the reader to become immersed in the story.