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Take Me to the Good Parts of This Book
Warning: The Good Parts Might Be Explicit
- Beau's touch erases all memory of other touches.
- Sexual Tension
- Beau answers the door in nothing but pajama pants...
- Declaration of Love
- Life's too short - Mallory has to say how she feels.
- Hot Hot Hot
- Mallory loves Beau's wandering hands.
- Declaration of Love
- He loves Mallory for who she is, not in spite of it.
If only the bewitching owner of the herb shop downstairs from Beau's loft weren'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?
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By Erika on 04-05-17
Hello Zachary Webber!
Would you listen to Easy Magic again? Why?
I've already listened to this again haha. I feel like each story has gotten better and better. Surprised to see sebastian york was't the narrator but still chose to purchase it because enjoy the author and this seemed different than the usual plot. I loved that "magic" was involved in a New Orleans setting (perfect!). I love how Kristen's series come full circle, down to the idea that Gaby's inn had it's history. Extreamly surprised that the narrator was the same as the Christian Grey version of 50 shades hahaa, Sebastian York and Zachary Webber have definitely caused a dent to my wallet! haha
What was one of the most memorable moments of Easy Magic?
The book was fabulous but when Bou got to speak to his father towards the end melted my heart!
Which scene was your favorite?
When the late father appear to Mallory and told her he was always by his bride. **Swoon**
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Not sure, but this one would definately become a great focus of a movie.It has it all, sex, money, and with a twist of magic haha. But I have yet to hear Ben and Savannah story, I hope it's worth the wait.
Any additional comments?
Please hurry to complete Ben's story ! haha also wouldn't hurt to add more male narration. Women know most of these books and are familiar with how women think. Bringing in a male narrator with a "male point of view" (even if it is written by a woman ) makes it a lot more fun. I'm not a huge fan of the female narrator but as long as they don't kill it with the male narrator it should be great! Stick to sebastian york or zachary webber, though!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By jd on 04-12-17
Kristen Proby continues to amaze me with her writing talent! Beau and Mallory are everything I hoped for, what a marvelous story! I love this Boudreaux series and each book just gets better. In my opinion everyone needs to read and or listen to Easy Magic.
The narrators for this audio were fantastic!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful