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Forecast: Shakespeare Sisters by [Tara, Jane]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Length: 321 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 672 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Momentum (1 May 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BMFEUW6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,055,705 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I don't tend to enjoy chick lit but really loved this. I'm so glad that there's to be a sequel as I didn't want it to end. What makes this such an enjoyable read is that you really care about the characters - this is isn't a book where the man's short-comings are endlessly heralded but a cute romance that you really hope will end well.
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Fun light hearted fantasy with romance, drama and magic. It is very chick lit but extremely enjoyable and abit different from others i've read in this genre.

Rowie is a witch, not just any witch mind you but one of the famous Shakespeare witches of old that were hunted during the witch trials. There are only 3 in America, Rowie, her mother and grandmother. All put their gifts to good use and run Second Sight as tradition has had it.

Rowie's young though and knows her true love is out there somewhere and there's a life waiting for her to live. Her gift of accurately fortelling the weather has come in very handy for her local neighborhood but she's starting to think bigger much to the chagrin of her grandmother. Fortune come's knocking though when the local news station hears of her talents.

Drew is young, attractive, newly single and dedicated to his job. So dedicated he fell through a roof while reporting on a Hurricane. He's off on sabbatical and has to approve a replacement quick.

Chanced upon this while trawling through Amazon and the fun sounding write up drew me straight in to the whimsical sounding tale. Great fun read with a really intriguing plot line of the women not only being witches but of the incredibly famous Shakespeare line. Even their talents are entertaining with each having a special power unique to them and their personalities.

Rowie is the perfect leading lady for me. She's attractive but doesn't flaunt it, is humbled by her turbulent upbringing with the other kids and is generally a tough and feisty female. Not a thing I disliked about her.
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Well written but 100% predictable and full of far, far too many feel-goods for my taste. It's the sort of book where the heroine is an amazing Mary Sue that everyone except the single person who has to dislike her to create enough dissonance for a plot loves her. Then, once the necessary challenge has been presented and mastered the single bitch becomes mysteriously contrite, apologises and is instantly forgiven (because there can't be any lingering hard feelings apparently). Everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, ends up happy. (How realistic is that?) I know many people love this aspect of romantic comedy. Me? I've over here suffocating on all of the hearts and flowers flooding the room and blocking the oxygen from reaching my poor withered heart.

Plus, apparently I'm not nearly as good a person as Rowie, because I wouldn't have forgiven so easily and have a hard time relating to how she could have. Her easy forgiveness kind of felt like a betrayal to me. I also thought the need to have every single person in the book paired off in the end, thus requiring attention be paid to their bit of the story, thinned the plot (a lot). I mean that's Rowie, her mother and grandmother, Angel, Petey, Jack, Drew, Georgette, William, Shin and Jess. That's a pretty full list of people to find partners for and try to keep a plot tight. It didn't really work that well.

Again, the book is well written and I didn't notice any editing errors. It's also pretty darned funny. I liked a lot of the sarcastic commentary. So, it's not a fail in general, just a fail for me.

On a side note: The series is called the Shakespeare Sisters, but Rowies an only child. Figure that one out.
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