Wish Me Love
Charlotte Wells does not date. After surviving a broken engagement, she’s taken a leave of absence from the social scene. So when her best friend and coworker, Jack, challenges her to get back in the game, she’s not so sure she’s ready to play. But ultimately, curiosity gets the best of her, and Charlotte accepts the daunting challenge: she will attempt to have fifty first...more
The fun really starts when Charlotte and her best friend and co-worker, Jack, attend a Brazilian party and get these wish bracelets. Three wishes? No problem and Charlotte is shocked when most of them almost im ...more
First of all, I really love this cover. It's so bright and happy. And, like the character in this book, my grandma had lilacs in her yard and I loved them. I planted a lilac bush in my yard and it always reminds me of her.
I loved the characters in this book. I think Charlotte and Jack are fantastic and I would love to have them as my friends! They have so much personality and it's well defined so that I feel like I know them.
The book takes a location change to Brasil and it was f ...more
Charlotte and Jack are best friends and adorable. They are platonic, but you know that they shouldn't be. They are a perfect fit. But their relationship has never headed in that direction.
Charlotte's love life has been a disaster and she is reluctant to jump back into the dating scene. She would rather wallow in misery than put herself out there to have her heart broken. She make three wishes on a bracelet and her l ...more
I loved Charlotte's cute home and her family. They are the real definition of a family.
The cover makes more sense now that I read the book. It's definitely Charlotte!!
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Charlotte and Jack are two best friends – Charlotte is still recovering from a badly-broken engagement while Jack and his fiancee are trying to nail down their own wedding plans. In an effort to detour Charlotte from the lonely path she’s currently on, Jack issues her a challenge: Go on fifty first dates. And let me tell you – those dates? Hilarious. Poor Charlotte. It’s re ...more
I loved Charlotte. She was such a fun character to be able to see this plot through. I loved that she is a bit naive, while still already having dealt with the breakdown of an engagem ...more
Charlotte and her friend Jack are very successful in their marketing jobs but Charlotte isn't so lucky in the dating department. Jack challenges her to go on 50 dates in hopes she will find "The One". Charlotte doesn't like dating after her best friend stole her fiancé years before. She's perfectly happy going to family gatherings, working, and hanging out with Jack and his fiancé Sylvia.
It was so funny reading ...more
It was fun to read about Charlotte's vacation to Brazil but it's funny how ...more
When they were in Brazil, it was fun and different but I felt like it was too much t ...more