Published by Graydon House on August 23, 2022
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
About Small Town Big Magic
SMALL TOWN, BIG MAGIC by Hazel Beck gives small-town witchy romance vibes for days. Emerson Wilde’s life is devoted to improving St. Cyprian, the small town her family’s lived in for generations. The bane of her existence since childhood is Skip, the town’s mayor.
Emerson discovers that there’s more to St. Cyprian, Skip, and herself than she realized. Magic is real.
My thoughts about Small Town Big Magic
This gives great witchy, supernatural mystery with some very light, fade-to-black romance. The story is slow-paced with just enough revelations to keep things moving along. This is a book that you definitely read for the vibes and the relationships between the characters. Emerson has a very close group of friends who are incredibly supportive and loving.
The romance is sweet with lots of longing and heated glances but closes the door when it’s anything more than kissing.
I felt like making all of the characters straight and white was an odd choice. And I would’ve liked some more tension at times. It felt like everything kept falling in line in the best way possible for Emerson.
Great for a light, frothy read.
For fans of Lana Harper, Erin Sterling, and April Asher.
Thank you, Graydon House for the DRC!
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