Girl’s Guide to Witchcraft

August 20, 2015 - Comment

Jane Madison has a problem. Or two. Or three. She’s unhappily working as a librarian. She has a crush on her oblivious Imaginary Boyfriend. And she just learned she won’t receive a well-deserved raise; instead, she can live for free in a cottage on the library grounds. When Jane settles into her new home, she

Jane Madison has a problem. Or two. Or three. She’s unhappily working as a librarian. She has a crush on her oblivious Imaginary Boyfriend. And she just learned she won’t receive a well-deserved raise; instead, she can live for free in a cottage on the library grounds. When Jane settles into her new home, she discovers a hidden chamber lined with ancient books about witchcraft. Her first spell awakens a feline familiar. Her second makes her irresistible to men. Those magical workings attract a sexy magical warder, and Jane’s life is quickly turned upside down. Does Jane have what it takes to become a real witch?

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N. O'Toole says:

Pure Fun I was first introduced to Klasky through her Glasswright novels, a complex fantasy series that got really stunning in the last few volumes. After the publication of “The Glasswrights Master,” Mindy was quiet for a while. I was beginning to worry if she wasn’t going to write anything else. When I learned that she was going to write a new book, I was ecstatic. When I learned that it was a chick lit novel, I was confused and worried. After all, The Glasswright series had been rather dark and I’m…

Amy Leo! "Amy" says:

Wonderful First Book of the Series 0

Rosalie Gwinn says:

Jane fell flat. I really liked the beginning of the book and it’s heroine. But, as the book progressed, I started liking Jane a lot less. No need to be a witch with all the magical thinking this gal did. She developed a obsessive fantasy about a professor she liked (whom she calls her “Imaginary Boyfriend”) and then, when it seemed she’d cast a love spell on him, she pounced on the opportunity to make him her real boyfriend. What the–?? Now, I’ve never taken Witch Ethics 101, but I would think even without…

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