Angy’s Review: Easy Magic by Kristen Proby

Posted April 6, 2017 by angypotter in Blog Tour, Book Reviews / 0 Comments

Angy’s Review: Easy Magic by Kristen ProbyEasy Magic by Kristen Proby
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Published by Self Published on April 4th 2017
Narrator: Rachel Fulginiti, Zachary Webber
Genres: Romance
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The Boudreaux Series. Sexy. Intriguing. Easy.

Family. Responsibility. Stability.

As the co-CEO of Bayou Enterprises, and the eldest of the Boudreaux clan, Beau is the epitome of these. Now that his baby sister Gabby is happily settled down, Beau has moved into the company loft in the heart of the French Quarter to be closer to his office while his own home is built. He doesn’t have time for anything but the family he adores and the company that drives him.

If only the bewitching owner of the herb shop downstairs from Beau’s loft wasn’t so damn tempting.

Mallory Adams is living the life. The good life. The best life for her. After years of hiding who she is, and the gifts she’s been cursed with, Mallory opened her little shop in the French Quarter, offering herbs and lotions for anything from soothing a sunburn to chasing those pesky ghosts New Orleans is known for out of a client’s home. Some call her eccentric, and some say she’s simply odd, and that’s okay with her. She is a bit odd, but in her experience, all of the best people are.

When an old pipe bursts in the loft above her store, flooding her storeroom, Mallory comes face to face with Beau Boudreaux, and she doesn’t need the clairvoyant abilities that have been passed down through generations to know that she’ll never be the same. Beau is her exact opposite; serious, straitlaced. He wears suits for Pete’s sake and probably wouldn’t know the difference between arnica and flaxseed if his life depended on it. But when he touches her, the electricity is through the roof and she’s smart enough to know that a chemistry like theirs doesn’t happen every day.

Can two people so very different possibly find their way to happily ever after?

We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.

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Book Review: 5 stars


Imagine Twilight, without the vampires, or the awkward teenager, or the rainy weather of Forks or everything except for Edward’s powers of reading others people thoughts *chuckles* OK, it’s nothing like Twilight, but when I read that Mallory had psychic’s powers and she could read other people’s thoughts and emotions and that she couldn’t read Beau’s, I thought: OMG Just like Edward and Bella hahahah

Easy Magic has all the topics I love in books: A new love between Beau and Mallory, the best family and friends any person could wish for, in this case it was for both main characters, and one helluva interesting side plot to this beautiful, romantic and erotic love story.

Mallory has psychic powers she prefer to have hidden from everyone. She’s the descendant of a psychic family and while all of them thought it was a gift, she thought of it as a curse. Her main power is that she can read people’s thoughts and emotions just by touching them, so she had few people who she could trust and spend her time with when she’s not working at her little but successful shop. One night she has a weird premonitory dream about her shop, she goes there and found out the shop was flooded, so she had to run to her landlord for help, and despite the stressful situation, she detected that Beau Boudreaux was, in fact, as attractive on the inside as he was on the outside.

Beau Boudreaux is the oldest of six siblings, he’s very dedicated to his family and his business and he was content with his life, after one night, at 4am, Mallory knocked at his door asking for help because her shop was flooded. He was instantly attracted to her and despite he would have helped any of his tenants who came for help, he was very happy to help her solve any situation, especially if it meant he would spend time with her.

I loved how their relationship started. I loved their honesty, they always went upfront about how they were feeling and where things were going. I loved how real everything felt for them. It wasn’t the kind of romance when they were madly in love after the first kiss, in fact, I loved they took time to say I love you, I loved how supportive, protective and committed they were to each other. And of course, I loved their interactions with their family and friends.

All in all, Easy Magic was an amazing love story, full of magic, ghosts—this isn’t paranormal romance if you are wondering—a little of drama and one beautiful HEA. I’m not surprised I was hooked within the first page, because I’ve loved all Kristin’s books I’ve read so far, she’s an amazing writer. I need to read the rest of the books in this series, especially Declain’s story, Easy Melody, he sounded very sexy and was smiling at his and his beloved wife Callie cameos in this book. And I can’t wait for Ben and Savannah’s story, I’m crossing fingers it’s Easy Nights, the next book of the series.


And don’t forget to grab the first four books in The Boudreaux Series!



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