Shakespeare Sisters Series

ShakespeareSisters

For sixteen generations the gifted Shakespeare women have known how their lives will turn out—and not just because they’re psychic, but because in their family certain things are destined.

Firstly, Shakespeare women will work in the family business of potions and predictions. It is destined.

And also, Shakespeare women will have only one true love. It is destined.

And finally, when you’re dealing with a long line of redheaded witches and hundreds of years of history… well you don’t argue with what is destined.

Which makes life difficult for this latest generation.

In New York, Rowie Shakespeare has resigned herself to take over the family business. It doesn’t occur to her overbearing family that she might want something different. But not even Rowie can FORECAST the changes in store for her.

In London, Calypso Shakespeare knows the women of her clan only have one true love, and she’s had hers. She’s content to concentrate on her bar, where she mixes magical cocktails. But when an old fling arrives in town, she has nothing but TROUBLE BREWING.

How will these two gorgeous redheads merge the myths of their magical family, with their modern lives? Find out in the first two books of the fabulous new Shakespeare Sisters Series.

WHERE DOES HAMLET’S GHOST FIT INTO THIS?

Hamlet’s Ghost is a prequel to TROUBLE BREWING and concentrates on Taran’s family. This is set during the lead up to him tracking Calypso down in London. While none of the Shakespeare women feature, Taran and his siblings do.

DO I NEED TO READ FORECAST FIRST?

No. Each book can be read as a standalone, without reading the others.

5 thoughts on “Shakespeare Sisters Series

  • August 27, 2014 at 8:09 pm
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    I am reading The Happy Ending book Club, a very enjoyable and entertaining book. It is the first Jane Tara book I have read and I can’t wait to read the others. I am so please I have discovered Jane Tara

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    • September 12, 2014 at 3:46 am
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      Hi Johanna,
      Thanks so much for dropping by and letting me know. It always makes my day.
      I hope you enjoy the other books as much.
      Jane 🙂

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  • September 3, 2014 at 3:01 am
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    Genuinely a great submit. I’ll undoubtedly be reading this blog a lot more.

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  • October 24, 2014 at 8:42 am
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    Oh no, I’ve just finished the last book of the Shakespeare sisters …… what about Nell and her puzzle?! Hope you are busy writing, I miss the girls.

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    • December 27, 2015 at 6:57 pm
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      Hi Jenni,

      I somehow missed this comment. So sorry. Yes Nell is getting her very own book. It’s quite a complicated, amazing adventure that she takes, so I’ve needed a long research break before launching into writing it, which I will in 2016. 🙂

      Jane

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