Reminiscent of "Love Actually" and "P.S. I Love You" . . . recommended to readers who want to be charmed by the possibilities of love. "LibraryReads "(Top Ten Pick), on "The Dress Shop of Dreams""
Praise for Menna van Praag s "The Dress Shop of Dreams"
Reminiscent of "Love Actually" and "P.S. I Love You" . . . recommended to readers who want to be charmed by the possibilities of love. "LibraryReads "(Top Ten Pick)"
Amandine Bisset has always had the power to feel the emotions of those around her. It’s a secret she can share only with her friends – all professors, all witches – when they gather for meetings on the college rooftops. Although lately she senses the ties among her colleagues beginning to unravel. If only she had her student Noa’s power to hear the innermost thoughts of others, she might know how to patch things up.
Mathematics professor Kat is struggling with unrequited love, but refuses to cast spells to win anyone’s heart. Her sister, Cosima, is not above using such magic, sprinkling pastries in her bakery with equal parts sugar and enchantment. But when Cosima sets her sights on the love of Kat’s life, she sets off a chain of events that turns each of the witches’ worlds upside down . . .