Jane Madison’s story continues in Sorcery and the Single Girl. Librarian-witch Jane has been “invited” to join the prestigious Washington Coven — a necessary step, if she’s going to hold onto her feline familiar, her beloved arcane books, and her hunky warder, David Montrose. The Coven’s tests become even more challenging when Jane must decide if she can trust her new witchy friend, Haylee. And then there’s that handsome Brit, Graeme Henderson, who is proving himself to be most distracting… Jane is about to be tested in ways she’s never imagined – and, pass or fail, nothing will ever be the same.
Klasky emphasizes the importance of being true to yourself and having faith in friends and family in her bewitching second romance featuring fledgling witch Jane Madison (after Girl s Guide to Witchcraft). Young librarian Jane believes getting into the elite Washington Coven, ruled by the prodigious Teresa Alison Sidney, is of major importance. If Jane wants to hold on to her familiar, her valuable book and gemstone collection andDavid Montrose, her hunky protector and instructor, she has to meet the coven s standards for knowledge and skill. When slickly seductive Graeme Henderson starts laying it on suspiciously thick, and David insists that friendly coven witch Haylee can t be trusted, Jane must decide what s most important: trying to impress the popular coven snobs, or taking control of her power and doing what she knows is best for herself. Klasky s moral lesson is obvious, but readers who identify with Jane s remembered high school social angst will cheer her all the way.