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?
Girls Guide to Witchcraft
I really enjoyed this book surprisingly. I especially enjoyed the ending.
I have really enjoyed reading this book. It was an easy and fun read. I don’t agree with someone who said that it’s for teenagers....I am in my 40s and it was nice to have a book that can de-stress me. It took me a few days (maybe a week) to finish it, because I have a life. Of course I had to buy the next book in the series, so I am hooked. Thx
Girls guide to witchcraft
I found this book to geared to teens more then adult readers. Especially young girls, if you are a young readers get this book, it is a slow read just to warn you!