Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Sorcery and the Single Girl by Mindy Klasky

Sorcery and the Single Girl
Mindy Klasky
Red Dress Ink
October 1, 2007
ISBN# 978-0-373-89563-2

Jane Madison is a witch in training. With Neko, her familiar, and David Montrose, the Warder assigned to watch over her, Jane must face the Washington Coven to become one of Hecate’s Daughters. Meeting the Coven Mother, Teresa Alison Sidney, is a challenge in itself, but it’s the test they have charged her with completing that truly worries Jane. Should she lose, she forfeits everything, including Neko. With the night of her test approaching, Jane focuses most of her free time on perfecting her skills. Failure is not an option.

Graeme Henderson is in acquisitions. He’s explained to Jane that he’s willing to locate most anything a client is in search of, and he does his job well. Weeks of dating between his week long trips to London has been a great time for Jane, but she’s promised her best friend that she’d keep Graeme a secret from her familiar. The truth always has a way of coming out, and when all is revealed Neko won’t be the only one surprised.

Sorcery and the Single Girl is an enchanting read. Tired of the single life and worried about her future as a witch, Jane jumps in with both feet when Graeme begins to wine and dine her. With powerful magic and fun-filled action, Ms. Klasky pens a bewitching tale of passion, betrayal and the strength of friendship through it all. A whirlwind romance sure to surprise and entertain.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews

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