"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, Miri’s 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 Rachel’s hands.
I loved this book. It was really funny, and Rachel didn't annoy me quite as much as she did in the first one.
The plot was a lot like Bras and Broomsticks (Rachel misuses Miri's powers and ends up almost ruining some big event but manages to fix everything in the end), which annoyed me a little. But the book was still really good.
Rachel really matured in this book. In the first one, she was completely selfish, ditched her best friend, almost (briefly did) ruined her dad's wedding, and used her sister. There was still a bit of sister-using in Frogs and French Kisses, but it was toned down a lot from BaB. Surprisingly, Miri was the one who went crazy with the magic this time (along with their mom).
I kind of wished that she wouldn't be able to save the prom in the end, and for a chapter or two it looked like I would get my way, but she managed to fix all the damage she'd done (though, thankfully, she seemed to learn from her mistakes).
Anyway, this book was really good. Very similar to the first book, but still really good. I can't wait to read Spells and Sleeping Bags!