Author: Mindy Klasky, 2008.
Genre: Paranormal Chick-Lit. Witchcraft.
Other Details: ebook. 416 pages.
In 'Magic and the Modern', librarian-witch Jane learns a magical lesson the hard way: Use it or lose it! Her neglected powers are disappearing before her eyes, her handsome warder David Montrose is ignoring her, her cat-like familiar has moved out of her home, and her family life is in chaos. (Really — what octogenarian grandmother decides to get married — and with orange-and-silver bridesmaid dresses?) Jane stakes everything on one last-ditch spell — only to find that magic has a way of making its own complications. - synopsis from author's website.
I adore these fun and frothy witchy books by Mindy Klasky. They are the kind of ebooks that I can curl up with my Kindle in bed on chilly winter mornings.
This is the third outing for novice witch Jane and her companions and nicely brings to a close the ongoing story started in Book 1, Girl's Guide to Witchcraft . I was pleased to discover that there is a new series about Jane's next stage.
Mindy Klasky's page on 'Magic and the Modern Girl' - contains Chapter 1.