The fourth and final book in the Magic in Manhattan series, following the bewitchingly funny novels Bras & Broomsticks, Frogs & French Kisses and Spells & Sleeping Bags!
Perfect hair, cute clothes, healthy tans—life’s a breeze when you’re a witch! Even special witchcraft classes Rachel agrees to attend with Miri turn out to be fun. The sisters meet other teen witches just like them—who knew? Everyone’s preparing for a magical party called a Samsorta—a debutante ball for witches. And it wouldn’ t be a ball without warlocks. Cute ones. Like Adam, who wants to slow dance with Rachel, and ski with her in the Rockies—on a school night! Of course, Rachel is madly in love with her boyfriend, Raf. So why can’t she bring herself to tell Adam—funny, charming Adam—that Raf exists?
Rachel knows Raf likes her. Maybe even, gulp, loves her. But Raf doesn’t know her secret. Unlike Adam, Raf doesn’t know who she really is. And she can never tell him. Or can she?
“Just as funny and appealing as the first three. . . . Clever.” —Booklist
“Satisfying . . . a fun, light read.” –Kirkus Reviews
“Especially memorable for the very real depiction of sisters who love and support each other.” –VOYA
The hilariously entertaining third book in the Magic in Manhattan series, following Bras & Broomsticks and Frogs & French Kisses, from the New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series!
At long last, Rachel’s powers have arrived and she’s a bona fide get-your-broom-ready witch! And it’s happened just in time. No Manhattan for her this summer—she’s spending her vacation at Camp Wood Lake.
But she’s having some serious issues:
Mosquitoes in the Adirondacks are incredibly thirsty.
Her stepmom keeps sending embarrassing feminine hygiene care packages.
She accidentally zapped away all her clothes.
And there’s a backstabber in her cabin intent on making life miserable.
Good thing Rachel’s a witch.
“Sure to delight” —School Library Journal
“Will be eagerly grabbed by fans of Bras & Broomsticks and Frogs & French Kisses . . . plenty of entertaining mishaps.” —Booklist
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series, the sequel to Bras & Broomsticks and the second book in the hilariously bewitching Magic in Manhattan series!
Rachel has finally come to terms with the outrageously unfair fact that her younger sister, Miri, has inherited magical powers from their mom. But now the whole witchcraft thing is spiraling out of control. Mom is a magicaholic, Miri’s on a Save the World kick, and the one teeny tiny love spell that Rachel begged for has gone embarrassingly, horribly wrong.
Suddenly, the fate of everything is in Rachel’s hands.
“I loved this book—it’s even funnier than Bras & Broomsticks. More hormones, more action, more magic—more Mlynowski. What else could you want?” —E. Lockhart, author of We Were Liars and Genuine Fraud
“A creative, frolicsome tale . . . Readers will find themselves quickly swept away on the broomstick of Mlynowski’s second installment.” —New York Post
“Just as sweet and funny as its predecessor . . . wonderfully fast-paced and clever.” —Booklist
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series, the first book in the hilariously bewitching Magic in Manhattan series!
What if all your wishes could come true? Blink your eyes, drink a fizzing pink potion, and poof! Life is perfect. That’s Rachel’s situation. Except she’s not the one who suddenly has magical powers. Her younger sister is. And as Rachel would tell you, spellbooks are wasted on the young!
Yes, yes, of course world peace and cures for horrible diseases are important. But so is dancing without looking like she’s being electrocuted, winning back her best friend, stopping her dad’s wedding, and finding a date for Spring Fling.
Rachel’s not bewitched. Yet. . . .
“Sabrina fans will get a witchy kick out of Bras & Broomsticks!”—Meg Cabot, New York Times bestselling author of The Princess Diaries
“Poof, instant bliss.”—Lauren Myracle, New York Times bestselling author of TTYL and Rhymes with Witches
“One magical romp you won’t want to miss.”—Discovery Girls