In the sleepy college town of Zenobia, New York, the only supernatural trace on display is the name of Gwen Engel’s business—Abracadabra Odd Job Service. But Gwen’s family has some unusual abilities they’ve been keeping under wraps—until one little letter spells big trouble...
Esme bobbed on the balls of her feet. “Oh, yes! I’m most interested in your little problem.” She left the room and then stomped back, glaring at me with impatience. “Well, are you coming, or are you going to sit there gaping at my Grey Poupon drapes?”
I really needed to watch myself. “Now?”
She rolled her eyes. “Yes, now, you nitwit. Bring the rabbit.”
I stood, but an attack of nerves stopped me from taking a step forward. “Where are we going?”
For the first time in all the years I’d known her, my aunt smiled. I almost wished she hadn’t. The sight of white teeth slashing across that normally scowling, wrinkled countenance terrified me.
“We’re going to my laboratory.”
Publishers Weekly wrote:
“What happens when a family of witches is forced to suppress their powers?... A lighthearted supernatural romp.”
"Bass (Life Is Sweet) delivers an enchanting paranormal rom-com replete with laugh-out-loud banter."