Chandler moved from Texas to New York. Her family tried to
talk her out of it by telling her about all the strange things that
happen in New York. It didn't take Katie long to realize her
family was right. Even after living in New York for a year,
she still saw things happen everyday that were really strange.
What was even stranger was the fact that others did not seem to pay
much attention to these weird happenings.
Katie had a
job working as an assistant to Mimi, the marketing director.
Katie wasn't thrilled working for Mimi who earned her MBA at some
fancy school. Katie didn't know from one day the next as to
what type of mood Mimi would be in when she entered the
Katie couldn't take much more of Mimi and
decided she needed to look for another job. One day, she
noticed a new e-mail blinking on her computer. The message
stated "job opportunity". She figured it was some kind of spam
but decided to open it anyway. The e-mail explained that this
was a once in a lifetime opportunity and that she would never receive a
comparable offer in New York City or anywhere else. Katie
thought this sounded too good to be true and decided to delete the
After another bad day with Mimi, Katie decided she had
enough. When she received another e-mail regarding the job
offer she responded this time by asking when the sender would like
to meet her.
Katie's job offer came from Magic, Spells
and Illusions, Inc. a company that sold tricks of the trade to the
magic community. They were interested in Katie because she was
an average person who knew practically nothing about magic and could
easily spot a fake spell.
What happens to Katie in her
new job and whom does she develop a crush on in the new
This book is captivating and will keep you
spellbound from the very first page. You will want to read it
in one sitting. It is hilarious and will make you laugh out
loud. The author does an excellent job when she describes some
of the strange things that happen on the streets of New York.
If you ever visited the city, you will know what she is talking
about. This book is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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