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Book 5 in the One of the Boys Series


With his very lucrative business, Rex hasn’t had time for women. But when he adds a speakeasy and more staff to his high-end nightclub, it’s his new bar manager that really catches his eye. If only employees weren’t completely off limits…

Teagan just landed a fantastic job managing one of the swankiest establishments in all of Austin. But there’s a major downside to her new dream gig: her boss is the sexiest man she’s ever seen, and she’s seen him at a much more sinful club. A lot.

Difficult though it is, Rex and Teagan navigate their professional relationship without letting their mutual attraction ruin everything. That is, until a New Year’s Eve kiss ignites the spark that’s


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Fly Girl’s Review

It’s been awhile since you’ve heard me review one of Teresa’s books. I thought today we would showcase her work for all of you and what better way to do that than with a review of one her backlist books?

The Escape finds us firmly in the middle of the One of the Boys series and where we know all the characters, so it feels a little like old home week when you read this one. We get a look at a new couple, but a little extra of what everyone else is up to and how Rex is connected to the gang at Belladonna’s.

Teagan–such a great name–works for Rex but can only imagine him in the sex club she’s seen him roleplay in. Turns out they both know each other better than they think, but don’t realize it. They both try their hardest to keep their hands off one another, totally without success. And when I say without success, I mean in deep with each other. By the end of the book we see them trying to build something from their passion and hoping it will work in the future.

This one I think could be safely read as a stand alone in her series. It almost feels like a spin off because I think we figure all of Calla’s “boys” are part of the restaurant. Like I said, we see how they are truly connected. She does push her mystery plot forward a little bit also, so keep that in mind. Overall though if you picked this one up you could figure out all the relationships and enjoy the romance.

We do get a bigger picture of the sex club Teresa refers to in other books in the series and that made me happy. I’m giving this 4 of 5 because I really would have liked to see this one as a start to a spinoff series rather than part of the One of Boys just because The Escape isn’t part Belladonna’s and I feel like the series should stick to the restaurant. But hey, I’m not the writer so she does get the last word on that. I would have liked to see it longer too.

If you are reading the whole series, don’t skip this one though because there are key scenes for the mystery that is building for the larger group. Lucky for us a couple more books are already out in the series, so be sure to continue…Don’t stop here!

4 of 5 Propellers

Here’s the links to catch up on The One of the Boys Series

Donut Leave Me / Calla’s Kitchen / Bearded Dessert/ B.A.K.E.Belladonna’s Heart Cupcakes and Mistletoe


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Teresa Crumpton is a hybrid: she grew up in the Midwest and the American South. She writes dark supernatural thrillers and contemporary romance. She loves classic horror movies and Shakespeare. She never thought she’d turn her passion for writing into a career, but here she is!
When Teresa isn’t writing, you can find her at book signings or traveling the world with the perfect man for her. She’s living the dream and keeping a promise she made to her father before he passed.