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Wednesday Night Witches

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  • Posted August 4, 2010

    extremely good!

    very good book!!! enjoyable and FUN!

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  • Posted August 22, 2009

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    fantastic book

    highly recommended to anyone!! couldn't put it down!!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    After riding the subway, kindergarten teacher Eve Crenshaw has a hard time with her superior at the Open House and then with her boyfriend Gregory who insists her work is a glorified camp counselor. Having enough hits in one day, she immediately leaves New York City to spend time with her former college roommate Natasha Kent on Broome Isle off the Maine coast. --- While Eve moans over the loss of Gregory and more critical Starbucks, artist Natasha feels life is passing her by, but is unsure why she cares. Nat¿s friend Kim Gray mourns the death of her baby that also led to the demise of her marriage. This trio drinks together and jokingly dub themselves the WEDNESDAY NIGHT WITCHES. However, during a stormy evening they find a bottle of liquor in Kim¿s cellar that enables them to make wishes. As the threesome find life improving with the granting of each wish, the rest of the islanders feel they are spiraling into hell as everything goes wrong. Soon the WEDNESDAY NIGHT WITCHES will realize what they have brought forth that they must fix in order to save Broome Isle. --- This is an amusing paranormal romance as the three witches learn key lessons about life that for every positive action, there is a negative reaction, and the sum of friendships is stronger than the individual friends. The humorous story line twists and spins as wishes are made and granted until the witches especially Eve realizes they do not know jack about what they are doing. Lee Nichols provides a fun lighthearted romantic fantasy. --- Harriet Klausner

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