Cross the Hall Magic (Believers #1) by C. Guyer, V. Guyer

Posted July 5, 2018 by Curly Carla in CC's Finishing the Series Challenge 2018, CC's Goodreads Challenge 2018, Reviews / 1 Comment

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Cross the Hall Magic (Believers #1) by C. Guyer,  V. GuyerTitle: Cross the Hall Magic (Believers, #1)
Author: C. Guyer, V. Guyer
Series: Believers #1
Published by: Indie
Release Date: December 25, 2017
Format: Kindle Book
Pages: 237
Genres: Paranormal, Romantic Comedy
Reading Challenges: CC's Goodreads Reading Challenge
Find it: GoodreadsAmazon
My rating: dnf


Magic is all around. You just have to believe.

Do you believe?

“Life is too short to be cynical. So smile, dare to believe and leave the door open for Magic.”

I live by those words. I’ve searched the world for answers to questions that only seem to lead to more questions. Imagine my surprise when I discover Magic right across the hall... wearing nothing but an apron and a smile...

I’m Laney Evans, and I believe in Magic.

“The secret ingredient is always Magic."

I’ve lived my whole life with Magic surrounded by a wacky, prank crazed, magical family. I thought I had the recipe for happiness all spelled out until I caught sight of Laney Evans, and now I know that the best is yet to come!

I’m Max Cross, and I believe in love at first sight. (I’m not a creeper, damn it.)

My Review:

I really liked how this started out.  It was exciting and funny.  However, the romance kept getting to the point where a moment happened, but then something would fumble it up, which is fine because it creates suspense and drama.  But when it keeps happening and the story doesn’t progress and I’m like halfway through it, that’s when I start to lose interest.  It happened too often for me to stay committed to the story and I had to DNF it.

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