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Posted December 9, 2008
The five women (Claudia, Lindsay, Gail, Mara and Jill) make up a book club. Each enjoys the camaraderie of the get together as they chat about life while drinking wine they even occasionally discuss a book. --- After reading a novel involving witchcraft and trying a light spell as a joke, Lindsay brings Benton¿s Grimoire, a book on witchcraft, to the next meeting although that tome is outside the normal reading material for the quintet. Fascinated by the spells, they jokingly test the incantations starting with stopping the rain to their amazement it worked. Awed they tried to cure diabetes inflicting a cat it works. Excited, the five decide to make their personal lives better with a series spells. --- Claudia asks for a baby and the writing a novel. Gail, the mother of three, wishes for some quiet time. Lindsay wishes to lose weight so that she participates in the Women¿s Foundation fashion show. Mara asks for money and for her former singing career to start over. Finally Jill wishes to be inspired by the perfect man when she paints. However when the Wish Club members begin to get their desires fulfilled they find their lives out of control. Panicking they need to find a real witch to return them from the Wish Club back to the Book Club. --- Based on the concept that sometimes you get what you wish for, this well written lighthearted amusing chick lit tale stars five likable women who learn powerful life lessons. The changing needs of the quintet make the tale fun to follow as Kim Strickland cleverly insures each of the protagonists maintain their underlying basic personality even as their desires keep modifying. Fans who enjoy a charming whimsical fantasy will wish to join the WISH CLUB whose members ultimately wish to revert back to when they were a simple book club. --- Harriet Klausner
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Posted April 13, 2011
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