Wish Upon a Family
Kairo likes his life simple. No strings. No responsibility. The last thing he wants is to be tied to a mate. Domestic life just isn’t his style. So when he finds fate has bound him to a shifter already raising two children, his answer is simple. No thanks!
Justin is barely keeping his head above water. After the death of his sister and her mate, he's been left with a strug...more
Justin wins a home renovation that his best friend entered him in. He's taking care of his niece Sara and nephew Theo after their moms died. He's dealing with a horrible sister in law also who eventually comes around bit that woman was awful and took star off cause all she did most book was threaten Justin with taking the kids their sisters left with him.
Kairo knows moment he sees Justin day he tells him he won the renovation that they are mates. He's also a djinn were Just ...more
One thing I can not stand is when the blurb doesn't match the book. Kairo wasn't really portrayed as a playboy like the blurb stated, nor did he want nothing to do with Justin or the kids.
And Justin was suppose to not have time for a "playboy" yes he was overworked with the kids and work but there weren't that many interactions b/w him and Kairo for one and two, he was all about his mate from the start.
Not a bad story but not the one I thought I was getting. ...more
This book captivated me from the first pages. The concept of wish granting Djinn living in the human world was so novel. The characters are vibrant and intriguing. The background is rich and real. There are loyal friends, a misguided aunt, a home make-over YouTube channel, meddling brothers, and a bakery owner struggling to keep afloat. Ooh, and hawt sex and adorable kids. Kairo picks Justin to be his next project... his house t ...more
Aside from a few typos, I found the story compelling. Justin was in over his head and really needed a knight in shining armor. And that was exactly what he got. Kairi has some tragedy which fills him with doubt which is never revealed and his family is left out of the last scene which is not believable. Overall a good store.
I love this author and their writing. This is no exception. The only reason for only 4 stars instead of 5 was because of Kairo being a djinn was seriously overlooked. I felt like jt was kypticly glossed over and could have developed more than it was. Like I have so many questions that have no answers. But otherwise it was wonderfully developed.
Words cannot describe how much I love this story. This author is one of my favourite writers and they never let me down. This book definitely emotional rollercoaster and did make me cry alittle in parts. I fell in loved with both characters just wish it was longer. Well done to the author
For as long as she can remember Skye had her nose stuck in a book, getting lost in the world of someone else's creation (She still does). Her love for writing came from her love for reading. She could never have one without the other.
Writing was always a hobby and a cathartic experience for her. There are many stories lost to the never to be completed or publishe ...more