Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Jinx by Meg Cabot
Jean Honeychurch has bad luck. So bad, in fact, that she is known simply as Jinx. After casting a spell-gone-wrong on a boy she likes in her small Iowa hometown, Jean is sent to New York City to live with her wealthy aunt, uncle, and cousins and attend a prestigious NY private academy for the wealthy. There, Jean must try to fit in, get a handle on this magic stuff, and deal with a cruel and jealous cousin who is dabbling in the dark arts.
This was a really fun and quick YA-Paranormal-Chick Lit! I always enjoy Cabot's books.
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