Girl's Guide to Witchcraft
Which is more unlikely? Meeting a single, straight, reasonably attractive, willing-to-commit man? Or discovering a secret cache of magic books? For good-girl Jane Madison, neither has a shot in hell of coming true -- until the day she finds a hidden room . . . Now she's done a bit of... show more
Which is more unlikely? Meeting a single, straight, reasonably attractive, willing-to-commit man? Or discovering a secret cache of magic books? For good-girl Jane Madison, neither has a shot in hell of coming true -- until the day she finds a hidden room . . . Now she's done a bit of experimenting and found a spell that makes her irresistible to men -- even those who have previously ignored her. And another that turns a cat into her witch's familiar (a snarky, critical, self-absorbed man -- pretty much a typical male). Though her impulsive acts of magic have brought a warder (sexy, grouchy, elusive and determined to stop her from using magic) down on her, Jane's not willing to let go of this fantastic new life. Though she wonders about having things that aren't "real," she's having too much fun to stop. After all, no one ever said being a witch was easy . . .
Publish date: October 1st 2006
Publisher: Red Dress Ink
Pages no: 426
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Jane Madison (#1)
Jane Madison has an ideal life, a librarian with a place to live on the library grounds. She finds a cache of books about magic and reads a page out loud. This leads her to a life of magic, a warden, who doesn't want her to use magic without thinking about it and a multitude of issues. It's a fun...
This was a fun and light-paced book that I thoroughly enjoyed. I loved the character and the humor. And I can't wait to get my hands on the sequel!
I enjoyed this book and the story. I love Neko! It's a nice, light, easy read for breaking up the tougher reads. I'll definitely read more of the series to see how Jane's makin' out with her witchcraft.