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The Weird Girls by Cecy Robson

Updated: Feb 22

The Weird Girls

by Cecy Robson

Published by Cecy Robson, LLC

Prequel to The Weird Girls Series

Celia Wird and her three sisters are just like other 20-something girls—

with one tiny exception: they're products of a backfired curse that has given each of them unique powers that make them, well, a little weird… The Wird sisters are different from every race on earth—human and supernatural. When human society is no longer an option for them, they move in among the resident vampires, werebeasts, and witches of the Lake Tahoe region. Could this be the true home they’ve longed for? Um, not quite. After the sisters accidentally strip a witch of her powers in a bar brawl, they soon realize the mistake will cost them. Because to take on a witch means to take on her coven. And losing the battle isn’t an option.





The Weird Girls is a novella, and a prequel to the Weird Girls series. It is written in oldest Wird sister, Celia's point-of-view, and it finally tells us why Celia isn't a fan of witches. In the series, she mentions going head to head with the local coven of witches right after moving to Tahoe, and while they survived the ordeal, is made her wary of witches, to say the least.

This prequel flows very nicely into the series as a whole, and the characters remain consistent with their personalities. So it doesn't surprise me to learn that Taran gets into it with a witch in a club bathroom. It also doesn't surprise me that she was sticking up for Emme, who was being tormented by the witch. Or the fact that Celia finishes the fight, and with Danny's help, learns how to best protect her sisters from retaliation from the coven, by enacting the ninth law. She alone had to face off in three battles with the head of the coven, who seemed to really just want to kill Celia and her sisters.

The novella was a fun read. Short, as most novella's are, but takes us back to Celia, not yet fully aware of her power, but powerful enough to take down the head of the coven, if she wanted to. Celia, while strong, and at the time, powered up with her anger and grief over her sisters "deaths" (a powerful illusion), was still strong enough to pull back, and show mercy. The main books in the series show Celia is strong both physically and mentally, but the prequel shows she always was.

I recommend this novella to be read before the main books in the series, but if, like me, you already read the main series first, it isn't boring. It's still interesting as hell to learn about the event that is mentioned several times in the series.



Shayna: "Dude! We like ... demolished a building."

Shayna's face remained glued to the rear window.

Shayna: "Good Lord. Do you think we'll have to pay for that?"

Taran: "We're not paying for shit. They started it."

Celia: "I'm sure they have insurance, Shayna. What happened, anyway?"

Taran: "The redhead tried to take my paper towel. I wouldn't let her."

Celia: "What?"

Taran: "I reached for the towel and she yanked it out of my hands. I yanked it back and then she splashed my dress with water."

Celia: "Tell me you're joking."

Taran: "What do you mean?"

Celia: "Tell me we didn't just take out an entire nightclub over a freaking paper towel!"

Taran: "I told you, she splashed water on me, too. I zapped her for being a bitch and then her stupid friend got involved. I didn't initially realize her friend was a witch. But even if I had, I couldn't let her do that to me, Celia."

Mrs. Mancuso: "This is a family neighborhood. They'll be no whorin' under my watch."

Taran: "Who says we'll let you watch?"

Celia: "Will you be with me tomorrow?"

Dream Aric: "I'm always with you, Celia. You just don't know it yet ..."


Check out the prequel novellas, and the rest of the Weird Girls series below!

(If picture has no link, it's because the review hasn't been posted yet. Stay tuned!)

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