How Not To Make a Wish (As You Wish #1)
While cleaning an old lantern, Kira Franklin releases a genie. But this gender-morphing, appearance-bending creature doesn't do "big" wishes. So forget stopping world hunger or ending war. And still heartbroken from the jerk who dumped her, Kira doesn't believe in the perfect man.
So she wishes for her dream job. Stage manager at the hottest theater in town, the Landmark. A
This is what it is: a light, fluffy romance/coming-of-age novel, with a genie to rev up the action, and to cause as many problems as it solves- in best wish-granted formula.
Kira is a complex and well-drawn heroine (narrative first person singular). Everyone else is less clearly drawn, but they are mostly not cardboard, either.
The plot is fairly predictable, but nicely executed, and a ...more
But, considering her chief concern in the first chapter is the anniversary of being jilted at the altar (her soon-to-be lack of job the secondary concern), the plot is pretty romance centered, as you m ...more
Things that made me utterly annoyed with this book.
Writing style and plot development, Oh man like seriously this author could have done a better job at writing, Seriously every time the genie appears in a different form, she talking abo ...more
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