Frogs and French Kisses
Rachel has finally come to terms with the outrageously unfair fact that her younger sister, Miri, has inherited magical powers from their mom. But now the whole witchcraft thing is spiraling out of control. Mom is a magicaholic, Miris on a Save the World kick, and the one teeny tiny love spell that Rachel begged for has gone embarrassingly, horribly wrong.
Suddenly, the fate of everything is in Rachels hands.
This book is the best and really easy to get into. The plot is amazing you really good. Miri is trying to save the whole world, Racel life is getting ruined by the day and Raf is showing no interest in her and all Miri's spells are going wrong. Tghis book is grreat and you should definetlly read it.
this is book has so much going on which is exacly what i like in books u soo hav to read it and the title might through u off but its realll good!:)it has romance,drama, mean girls, and every chapter u read onlky makes u want to read more!
You think you couldn't stop laughing with the first one? Wait till you read the second in the Magic in Manhatten series!
Rachel still hasn't gotten any powers, but that doesn't stop her from using her sisters! In this one, they equally get into trouble, for Miri tring to constantly save the world. Then their mom turns into a full blown magicaholic. It only gets better, when Miri casts a love spell that goes completly wrong!
You can't miss with this one!
Well, this book wasn't as great as the first, but still, it was pretty good. It's just one of those books, that even if it's not deep or anything, it's still caught my attention and kept it. Not to mention the ending, I loved the ending of the book.
Character development wasn't as good as I usually prefer it, but other than that, pretty decent.
The second book of the great series. Racheal has finally gotten over the fact that her mother and her sister have magical powers and she doesn't. But when her mother turns from a non practicing witch to a magicholic and Miri trying to save the world all at once everything starts to unfold right in front of her eyes. And on top of all of that the love spell she wished for went very wrong. Now she has to worry about:
Will Racheal have time to fix it all? You will have to read the book to find out.
If you're not reading the "Magic in mannhattan" series you're missing a real treat. In Frogs & french kisses, Rachel experiences a love spell catastrophe! Instead of raf forgiving rachel for standing him up for the dance, his brother will, falls in love with her! Considering the amount of embarrassing stuff rachel goes through, this book really tops all of it! I can't wait for the Spells & sleeping Bags!
This sequal to Bra&Broomsticks is just a great and funny as the first book!
It takes you by surpise and keeps you laughing the whole way through it! If you read the first book or are just looking for something to read you need to pick up this book! You will laugh your socks off.
It deserves a ten out of a five!
Rachel has finally got over the fact that she does not have any magical powers and uses her sister, Miri, as much as possible. In exchange for simple spells, like a love spell for her crush, Raf, Rachel has to help Miri stop wildfires, feed the needy and other plots to save the world. Suddenly everything starts to go wrong. First off, their mother, a non-practicing witch who has not been on a date for a very long time becomes a serial dater and uses magic for every possible situation. Then, the love spell goes awry and instead of Raf falling in love with Rachel, it is his brother Will who is under the love spell. Then Miri's attempt to save the world endangers other parts of the world, and even affects the senior prom. And it's up to Rachel to save the day, without magic.
I really liked the first book, Bras and Broomsticks, so I figured that the sequel would be just as much fun. I wasn't disappointed with Frogs and French Kisses, but I don't think it was as good as the first one. The story was interesting though and I kept wanting to know what happened next. The ending also leaves room for the next book, which I'll be looking forward to.
I was so excited to get my hands on FROGS & FRENCH KISSES, the sequel to Sarah Mlynowskis BRAS & BROOMSTICKS (which I devoured at the beach during my Hawaiian vacation earlier this year). Ive been dying to know what happened to Rachel and her magical little sister, Miri.
In BRAS & BROOMSTICKS, Miri casts a spell to give Rachel an incredible sense of rhythm and the ability to dance without looking like shes being electrocuted. Rachel tries out for the school fashion show, gets a date to Spring Fling and plots to keep her dad from getting remarried.
FROGS & FRENCH KISSES picks up right after the fashion show. Rachel has to face the fashion show crowd and her Spring Fling date. PLUS she has to deal with a whole new set of magically-induced problemsincluding saving Prom.
Miri decides to use her powers to save the world, but squeezes in a love spell for Rachel. Their mom starts dating and becomes a magic addict. Rachel is the only one left with enough sanity and common sense to save prom--and to save her magical mother and sister from themselves. As if she doesn't have enough worries, her own love-life is spiraling out of control.
Frogs and French Kisses is hilarious! I love the characters, the romance, the teen angst, the relationship crises, the embarrassing situations Rachel and Miri find themselves in...and the ultra fab ending that left me begging for more.
You heard it here--Sarah told us in her YA Books Central chat that theres one more book in the series, and it takes place at summer camp.
As Rachel and Miri have learned, when you use magic to gain instant popularity and a cute guy, trouble is right around the corner. I cant wait to see what kind of trouble brews at summer camp! The first two books are highly-entertaining, hilarious reads. Exactly what I'd expect from a Sarah Mlynowski book.
I'm a huge fan of Sarah Mlynowski and I loved 'Bras and Broomsticks' (the first book - this is the sequel). I thought that this sequel would get better than the first, but I guess nothing will beat it. This has the same humor and witchy goodness as the first and you'll surely enjoy it if you're a fan of Mlynowski as well.