Hex and the Single Girl

Hex and the Single Girl

by Valerie Frankel
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Hex and the Single Girl 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's like cotton candy for the brain, not good for you, but fun every now and then. I read this a couple of years ago, it was rather good....so is The Accidental Virgin. Valerie's book Smart Vs. Pretty was horrible (I just finished that yesterday and left a bad review for it).
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Lindsie More than 1 year ago
I have read one other novel by Valerie Frankel and that was 'Accidental Virgin.' I fell in love with that book, and the characters. So then I decided to pick up 2 more books from this author because I was so hooked on the first one I read. I CLEARLY made the right choice! Frankel is a wonderful writer, she makes great characters, and a great storyline. 'Hex and the single girl' hooked me from the first chapter all the way to the end! I loved Emma, and the good witch inc. I thought that her corperation was cute, by making the first dates happnen. I liked how Emma was also finding love on her own! This book is highly reccomended to woman who are fans of the chic lit genra! I give it two thumbs way up!
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Booktalk143 More than 1 year ago
It is worth the price because it is well-written, humorous, and it is something you'd like to read again and again. Inspiring, in the sense that I can somehow relate to Emma - being witchy and all that - but I'm sure even women without the extra witch powers could still relate to Emma's normal, everyday problems like debts, having not enough money to spare, the emotional setback of thinking you've finally found Mr. Right then suddenly discover he's not for you after all and though her problems seems to be piling up higher and higher until Emma came to a point that she started to doubt her reason for living, thought of herself as a big matchmaking fraud for manipulating the minds of the men with images of her female clients so the men would think they've fallen in love. Aside from that, the main problem Emma faced was - and I'm sure many women at some point in their lives have had this experience - falling for the guy (William Dearborn) her current client wants to be matched with. But despite all the debts, all the emotional setbacks and failed relationships, and self-doubt, Emma emerges triumphant with problems all solved out, new matches made, both major and minor characters in the story had closure - and good, fulfilling ones at that too - and best of all, she got her man - yes, William Dearborn, the guy she was falling for and tried to dismiss because it's against her business ethics. Truly, everything in life has it's own season and reason for being.
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opie83 More than 1 year ago
This is a quirky and fast read. Definatly different but in a good way the author kept me wanting to read on and on to find out what was next. the main character was fun and interesting. There are a few dirty parts so I wouldn't recomend to all audiences but still a great read.
Maggie_H More than 1 year ago
Valerie Frankel is one of my favorite writers of all times. Her books are gripping from the first page and laugh-out-loud hilarious. Every story has great characters, heartwarming plots, and hilarious dialoge. You'll fall in love with all the characters from the beginning and want to read every book she has ever written. You won't regret this buy!!!
romance_connoisseur More than 1 year ago
I just recently started reading Frankel and I have to tell you, she's quickly became one of me FAVs! Hex and a Single Girl has it all: Romance, Comedy, witty dialogue, and a little touch of MAGIC! This is a quick read and I recommend trying Girlfriend Curse next.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
i picked this book up just to read something different. I'm glad i did it had me laughing out loud most of the book.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In New York, Emma ¿Good Witch¿ Hutch is an enchanting matchmaker with a high level of success due to her gift. For a fee, she will track down a chosen male and telepathically send them seductive images of her customer who as dumb as men are will fall to their knees in thank you when they see the Goddess of their dreams come to life. --- Though extremely successful for other women, her love life is flat lined at zero. Most men flee from her out of fear of her renowned power. She has even found someone who she believes is her soulmate and he does not hysterically run from her. William Dearborn is perfect for her, but though she believes he is the right one, she met him because a client hired her as she wants him one thing Emma knows is that customer is always right at all costs in this case her heart. --- HEX AND THE SINGLE GIRL is an amusing romantic fantasy that in spite of its paranormal elements, reads like a 1930s madcap comedic romance. The story line is fast-paced especially when the Good Witch realizes the object of her client¿s affection is her cherished lifemate. The support cast is very strong, but this fun screwball comedy belongs to lead female protagonist who places a charming hex on readers. --- Harriet Klausner