Magic and the Modern Girl (15th Anniversary Edition)

Magic and the Modern Girl (15th Anniversary Edition)

by Mindy Klasky

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Overview

The beloved romantic comedy classic from USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky, now in a 15th Anniversary Edition, including an all-new Author's Note!

New witch Jane Madison is learning a magical lesson the hard way: use it or lose it! Juggling major deadlines at work and a jam-packed social schedule, librarian Jane took a break from her arcane life.

Now, her magic is taking a break from her. Her books are fading, her runes are crumbling, and her entire witchy collection—including her compelling arcane protector David Montrose—may soon be lost.

Ordinarily, Jane would just buckle down like a good witch and work a little magic. But her emotions are haywire after an, ahem, unexpectedly amorous encounter with David. And her love life gets even more complicated when she meets a great guy—the type of man a smart woman marries.

Confused and desperate, Jane stakes everything on one last-ditch spell.

Will Jane get her magic back—along with the man she loves? Or will she be finished as a witch forever?


Magical Washington includes The Washington Witches Series, the Washington Vampires Series, the Washington Warders, and the Washington Medical: Vampire Ward Series:

Girl's Guide to Witchcraft
Sorcery and the Single Girl
Magic and the Modern Girl
Single Witch's Survival Guide
Joy of Witchcraft
Capitol Magic
"Dreaming of a Witch Christmas"
"Nice Witches Don't Swear"

Fright Court
Law and Murder
High Stakes Trial
"Stake Me Out to the Ball Game"

The Library, the Witch, and the Warder

The Witch Doctor Is In
Fae's Anatomy
The Lady Doctor is a Vamp

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162917397
Publisher: Book View Cafe
Publication date: 03/24/2020
Series: Washington Witches , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 314,901
File size: 490 KB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky learned to read when her parents shoved a book in her hands and told her she could travel anywhere through stories. As a writer, Mindy has traveled through various genres, including romantic comedy, hot contemporary romance, and traditional fantasy. In her spare time, Mindy knits, quilts, and tries to tame her to-be-read shelf.

Customer Reviews

Magic and the Modern Girl 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Tamara_H More than 1 year ago
I loved the craziness of the first and enjoyed the "sassy-ness" of the second. This third one seems to drop a notch. Perhaps it was because Jane's enthusiasm seems to drop. The circumstances of the story are mellow compared to the first two. As I finished it, I wondered if (and hoped) it was a prelude to a much more wild and crazy installment.
Chapulina More than 1 year ago
Ok, so Jane and her magical dilemas are still kinda fun, but Klasky wasn´t able to recreate the atmospehere of her first novel, which I absoluteley adored! I read the second and ended disapointed and the same goes for this one! I can´t say it´s a good trilogy, it´s only a good first novel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book and the two before it. The ending was great, just what I'd been hoping for.
TheElizabethP More than 1 year ago
What fun!!!!
tyesenpitty on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I liked this book as well as the others but the ending was very abrupt.
szferris on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
if the networks were smart (haha) they would take all three books and turn them into to mini - series....(like they did with the starter wife) they would have three great mini-series (at 6 or 13.. depending on the budget) that you could show for 3 summers.....just saying......
terriko on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is the 3rd and final book in the series that started with "A Girl's Guide to Witchcraft." This is a satisfying (and not unexpected) end to a very fun series. I'm sad to see the last of our librarian-turned-witch but it was very nice to see the threads of story wrap up for both her and her wonderful cast of family and friends. I noticed another review suggesting this would make a great little mini-series and I totally agree!
Kace on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This trilogy was hard to finish for me. It really was a good idea, I just don't think (in my lowly opinion) that it was executed well. The books had this sense about them that the author followed a checklist to writing. Klasky wrote in minute detail what the story was, she didn't let it unfold naturally. And all the books were filled with this forced sense of cramming "class" into it. From the name dropping, to information, to what should be served on menus, the opera this and that, the "arts" as a whole. It would have been different if it was introduced in a natural way, but it wasn't, and so was annoying. I'm just relieved to have finished them.
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Like other readers, I fell in love with the characters in the first novel. This one seemed a bit more serious to me because of what was on the line for Jane. I enjoyed reading this installment and will continue to follow Jane on her adventures in life and love.
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A great series
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