Audiobook Review: Easy Melody by Kristen Proby

Easy Melody by Kristen Proby

Easy Melody by Kristen Proby
Series: Boudreaux #3 (full reading order below)
Audiobook Publication Date: February 2nd 2016
Length: 7 hours and 31 minutes
Narrated by: Sebastian York & Rachel Fulginiti
Links: Audible • EbookPaperback • Goodreads
Source: I received an audiobook in exchange for an honest review

Callie Mills never intended to return to New Orleans and the life she left behind more than a decade ago. There was no need to open old wounds when she had the life she’d worked hard for in Denver. But when she’s fired from her awesome job in Colorado and her father dies, she has no choice but to return home to run the derelict bar left to her in the heart of the French Quarter. Callie must not only face bad memories but turn The Odyssey into something she can be proud of. And who better to help bring in crowds of people than Declan Boudreaux?

Declan is a sought-after musician who knows he’s good at what he does and loves doing it. Known to pack the house, he also loves women and doesn’t expect to be knocked back a step by the beautiful new owner of The Odyssey. Callie is sharp, gorgeous, and funny and makes him yearn for something he never has before…commitment.

But when Callie’s able to turn the business around with renovations, making it one of the hottest bars in the Quarter, will she sell out and leave her past behind once and for all, or will Declan be able to convince her that’s she’s where she needed to be all along…in his arms?

Sebastian York is probably my favorite male narrator ever, so every time I listen to an audiobook he narrates, I know I’ll enjoy myself. His and Rachel Fulginiti’s narrations were fantastic in Easy Melody, easy to listen to and distinguishable between dialogues, so I had a great time with this audiobook. Kristen Proby’s story is sweet and sexy, so overall Easy Melody is a well-rounded audiobook that I highly recommend!

Callie Mills has come back to New Orleans, a place she never wanted to return to, in order to take care of the bar her late father left her. The Odyssey is pretty much in shambles, but Callie isn’t one to easily give up and soon enough turns the bar into something much more successful. But she never could have done it without tall, dark, and handsome Declan Boudreaux.

Declan is a musician whose skills and fame help Callie attract customers to The Odyssey. But Declan also has skills in the bedroom, and he’s determined to get the sexy bartender to go out with him. Callie doesn’t give in easily, since Declan has a bit of a reputation, but the sparks between them can’t be ignored and the chemistry between them grows hotter than ever when they fall into bed.

What I loved most about Callie and Declan’s relationship was the way they also built a friendship along with their intimate relationship. They really got to know each other as they fell in love, so I wasn’t bothered by the insta-lust. Kristen Proby’s books are always perfectly sexy and sweet, with charming heroes and strong, independent heroines. If you’re looking for a romance that’s light-hearted, sexy, and fun, I definitely recommend Easy Melody, especially since the narrators are amazing as well!

4 hearts
lacey


Reading Order: Boudreaux series

Easy Love by Kristen Proby Easy Charm by Kristen Proby Easy Melody by Kristen Proby 

#1 ~ Easy Love: Ebook • Paperback • AudibleGoodreads
#2 ~ Easy Charm: My Review • EbookPaperback • Audible • Goodreads
#3 ~ Easy Melody: EbookPaperbackAudible • Goodreads
#4 ~ Easy Kisses: Goodreads (June 21, 2016)
#4.5 ~ Easy for Keeps: EbookPaperback • Goodreads (May 24, 2016)

Here’s an audio excerpt from Easy Melody!


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