Girl’s Guide to Witchcraft
A librarian discovers she’s a witch!
Jane Madison has a problem. Or two. Or three.
She has a desperate crush on a man who doesn’t know she exists. Her doting grandmother insists she meet her long-absent mother. She’s working as a librarian, trapped in absurd costumes and serving up lattes in a last-ditch effort to keep her employer solvent.
In lieu of a well-deserved raise, Jane is allowed to live in an ancient cottage on the library grounds. She soon discovers a hidden chamber filled with magical books that awaken her inner witch.
Her first spell releases a smart-mouthed feline familiar. Her second makes her irresistible to men. Those witchy workings draw an overbearing astral enforcer, David Montrose.
Will magic solve Jane’s problems? Or only bring her more disasters?
[Girl’s Guide to Witchcraft] is an irresistible tale of power and love, friendship and acceptance. The main character’s constant and often rambling internal dialogue is surprisingly charming and insightful, endearing readers to her playful quirkiness and private insecurities…
– Romantic Times
[G]irl’s Guide to Witchcraft joins a love story with urban fantasy and just a bit of humor….Throw in family troubles, a good friend who bakes Triple-Chocolate Madness, a familiar who prefers an alternative lifestyle plus a disturbingly good-looking mentor and you have one very interesting read.
– SF Revu
Sorcery and the Single Girl
A witchy invitation this librarian can’t refuse!
Librarian Jane Madison’s life has turned upside down since she discovered she’s a witch. The local coven has issued an invitation she can’t refuse—work a spell to protect their new safehold or lose her beloved arcane books, her sassy feline familiar, and her brooding astral protector, David Montrose.
But the coven’s test isn’t the only challenge Jane faces. There’s her new boyfriend, a handsome Brit who seems determined to distract her from magic. And a witchy friend who has a distinctly loose grasp on arcane ethics. Not to mention a long-absent mother, a mojito-loving best friend, and a boss who expects Jane to step up to the next level in library management.
Is sorcery the answer to all of Jane’s problems? Or is magic only another name for disaster?
Klasky emphasizes the importance of being true to yourself and having faith in friends and family in her bewitching second romance (Sorcery and the Single Girl) …Readers who identify with Jane’s remembered high school social angst will cheer her all the way.
– Publishers Weekly
Magic and the Modern Girl
This librarian-witch is about to lose everything!
Librarian-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, Jane has taken a break from her arcane life. Now, her magic is taking a break from her—books are fading, runes are crumbling, and her entire witchy collection may soon be lost.
Ordinarily, Jane would just buckle down and work a spell or two. But things are strained after an unexpectedly amorous encounter with her arcane protector, David Montrose. And her love life gets even more complicated when she meets a great guy—the type of man a smart woman marries. Moreover, she’s obligated to serve as maid of honor for her beloved grandmother, and her library career won’t take no for an answer. Desperate, Jane stakes everything on one last-ditch spell.
Will Jane get her magic back? Or will she be finished as a witch forever?
Filled with magic — both of the witch world and the romance world — complicated family relationships and a heavy dose of chick-lit humor, [Magic and the Modern Girl] is the perfect ending to the series [for now!]
– Romantic Times
Single Witch’s Survival Guide
This librarian-witch needs a survival guide—before it’s too late!
Jane Madison’s life is perfect. She’s left her unsatisfying librarian job, moved to the country with her boyfriend David Montrose (who is also her sworn astral protector), and opened a school for witches.
Alas, Jane never thought a couple of students could possibly be so challenging. And she didn’t plan on her feline familiar growing distracted and disenchanted with all things magical. She certainly didn’t think Hecate’s Court would mandate a Major Working as soon as Halloween. And it never crossed her mind that she and David would end up fighting about…everything!
Before long, Jane wonders if she should ditch her school altogether. But that would have dire magical repercussions—in addition to tossing her love-life in the trash. Can Jane find a survival guide in time to rescue the Jane Madison Academy—and everything else she holds dear?
Joy of Witchcraft
A librarian-witch hears wedding bells!
Sometimes a thunderstorm is just a thunderstorm. But not this time.
Jane Madison’s school for witches is in session, and the first order of business is an intricate Samhain ritual. Alas, in the midst of a sudden, unseasonable deluge, a classic Greek monster is released into the magic circle. Jane succeeds in vanquishing the beast, but only with the assistance of her sworn enemy, the Coven Mother of Washington DC.
Crisis averted, Jane would be perfectly happy to plan her wedding to her astral protector, David Montrose. But how can she look at seating charts when she’s under attack by more monsters, the Coven Mother, and the highest law in the witchy land, Hecate’s Court?
All these disasters can’t be coincidence. One of Jane’s students must be a traitor. But will Jane find the turncoat before she loses everything—and everyone—she holds dear?
The Washington Witches Series, Volumes 1-3
Three great cozy paranormal books in one!
This bundle includes three cozy paranormal romances about Jane Madison, a librarian who finds out she’s a witch.
Girl’s Guide to Witchcraft: Jane Madison has a problem. Or two. Or three. She’s working as a librarian, trapped in a job that can’t pay what she’s worth. She has a desperate crush on her Imaginary Boyfriend. Her grandmother wants to reunite her with her long-absent mother. And then, she finds out she’s a witch! Will magic solve Jane’s problems? Or only bring her more disasters?
Sorcery and the Single Girl: Jane Madison has been invited to join the prestigious Washington Coven—provided she passes their difficult test. If she fails, she’ll lose her beloved books, her feline familiar, and her hunky warder. But Jane’s handsome new boyfriend is awfully distracting, and her new witchy friend keeps urging her to break the rules. Will Jane meet the Coven’s challenge? Or is she washed up as a Washington witch?
Magic and the Modern Girl: Jane learns a magical lesson the hard way: use it or lose it! Her neglected powers are disappearing, her handsome warder David Montrose is ignoring her, and her cat-like familiar has moved out of her home. Even her family life is in chaos. (Really, what octogenarian grandmother gets married—with orange-and-silver bridesmaid dresses?) Will Jane’s last-ditch spell restore order to her world?
This bundle contains bonus recipes related to the series!
Two great cozy paranormal heroines working together!
Jane Madison is searching for a job that will fulfill her, enabling her to combine her peerless librarian skills with her witchcraft. Sarah Anderson, clerk of court for the District of Columbia Night Court, is just beginning to figure out what she can do as a sphinx, an ancient protector of vampires. Magic flies when Jane and Sarah team up to track down a rare collection of books. Along the way, both women juggle personal goals, professional careers, and their often-unwieldy love lives!
This novella takes place in Magical Washington—the intersection of the Washington Witches Series and the Washington Vampires Series. Where else can a reader find a novella of witchcraft, vampires, and cupcakes?
Dreaming of a Witch Christmas
It’s beginning to look a lot like Yuletide…
And newlywed Jane Madison needs to find a gift for her warder David Montrose. A pen set and a necktie would be easy, but those are hardly gifts of the heart. Fortunately, Jane does a little witchy research and discovers the perfect present. But now that she’s found it, she’s not certain she can afford it—in terms of money or of magic! Will Yule turn out to be the most wonderful time of the year? Or is Jane destined for a blue Christmas?
Nice Witches Don’t Swear
Librarian-witch Jane Madison is ready for a road trip!
Jane has learned how to work spells, read runes, and bind crystals. She’s ready for a little R&R, a getaway weekend with her best friend.
Heading to a nice, sedate Shakespeare festival, Jane never expected to drive straight into the mother of all thunderstorms. And she never imagined she’d discover a treasured book on witchcraft in a tiny local library. And honey badgers? She never dreamed she’d run into ravening, rampaging honey badgers.
Spells work differently in Assjacket, West Virginia. How quickly can Jane forge a path through the magic and mayhem? Because honey badgers aren’t the worst thing lurking in the shadows!