Blonde With A Wand

Blonde With A Wand

eBook - 2010
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Anica Revere has one rule: never under any circumstances get involved with a man before telling him she's a witch. Still, what's one silly rule? Especially when the guy in question is as cute as Jasper Danes.
Publisher: New York : Signet ; London : Turnaround [distributor], 2010
ISBN: 9781101179987
1101179988
9781101184790
1101184795
Branch Call Number: Online eBook
Characteristics: 320 p. ;,18 cm
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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QueenBoadicea Jun 13, 2015

When a loutish cad gets what’s coming to him, the results are amusing and a little scary. Ms. Thompson captures a cat’s-eye view of its world with precision and delightful humor. She also credibly shows the redemption of a caddish lady’s man—all in the space of one week.

With the threat of magic loss and the possibility of true love in the offing, the romantic stakes are of a different caliber in this novel. Once again, we are treated to the appearance of Dorcas and Ambrose Lowell, the meddling but well-meaning witch-and-wizard duo from Big Knob. They form a more peripheral but pivotal role here. Instead of actively working their powers to bring two lovers together, they operate in a mostly advisory role. But their help is crucial and this reader was happy to see them again.

Given the altered milieu, you’d expect some awkwardness. But Ms. Thompson proves once again that her magical formula can be moved from the small town to the big city with nary a hitch. It’ll be fun to read the continuation of this series.

FindingJane Jun 13, 2015

When a loutish cad gets what’s coming to him, the results are amusing and a little scary. Ms. Thompson captures a cat’s-eye view of its world with precision and delightful humor. She also credibly shows the redemption of a caddish lady’s man—all in the space of one week.

With the threat of magic loss and the possibility of true love in the offing, the romantic stakes are of a different caliber in this novel. Once again, we are treated to the appearance of Dorcas and Ambrose Lowell, the meddling but well-meaning witch-and-wizard duo from Big Knob. They form a more peripheral but pivotal role here. Instead of actively working their powers to bring two lovers together, they operate in a mostly advisory role. But their help is crucial and this reader was happy to see them again.

Given the altered milieu, you’d expect some awkwardness. But Ms. Thompson proves once again that her magical formula can be moved from the small town to the big city with nary a hitch. It’ll be fun to read the continuation of this series.

crystal_dark Sep 25, 2012

This book was really fun & I loved all the characters! I really enjoyed the plot line in this book & watching how the relationships between the characters developed, especially the relationship between Anica & Jasper. I am looking forward to reading the sequel.

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crystal_dark Sep 25, 2012

Sexual Content: This book contains scenes involving sex.

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crystal_dark Sep 25, 2012

“Too bad you don't have cable. We could test him by putting him in front of ESPN with a bowl of beer and a package of Cheez-Its."
Jasper hissed his disapproval.
Anica laughed softly. "I don't think he appreciates your stereotyping him like that."
"Oh, bite me Jasper."
It was a tempting thought.
Lily stood. "Enough of this. Let's raid your closet and find us some hot dancing duds." She continued down the hall.
Jasper glared after her. Lily was so wrong about him. He didn't like Cheez-Its. Onion rings went way better with beer.”

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