Book Review of Stray Magic
I have read all of Jackie Bouchard’s books, and loved every single one of them. So when she asked me to read, and do a book review of Stray Magic, I of course said yes.
I love the way Jackie writes. She brings wit, real life characters, and of course fabulous dogs into her stories. Stray Magic brings all these, and a bit of magic into the tale she weaves.
Here is the official blurb for the book.
Cara Snow is newly divorced, stuck working for a jerk at a pet boutique, and worried about her soon-to-be empty nest with only her corgi for company. Longing for a little romance—or at least a date for the annual pet-rescue gala—she wishes she could fall for a man as easily as she does for the irresistible dogs she meets at work. Her wish summons Vincent. With his tough-guy accent and velour track suit, he’s not the fairy godfather of her childhood storybooks. Unfortunately for her, he’s also not on top of his game. When he casts his spell, suddenly men are interested in her… but none of them are her type. If only they were as perfect for her as the dogs they adopt! Has Vincent botched the spell? If so, what will that mean for Cara, as well as Vincent?
Stray Magic is a tale of love, laughter, and the profound magic of believing in yourself.
Jackie always has real, and believable characters in her books. Women with insecurities, strengths and real world problems. I always love watching the stories of these women evolve, and grow.
I couldn’t possibly give away the ending, but I will tell you I enjoyed the book immensely, and I recommend you get your Kindle copy soon. Here is the link for Amazon, and it’s such a great price too! And while you’re there, you should get her other books too.