To Wish or Not to Wish (As You Wish #3)
Erin Hollister is waiting for her big breakor even a small one. She's been dumped by her boyfriend, canned by her employer and it doesn't seem that her dream of making it on Broadway will come true either. But then she's given a lanterncomplete with genie!and it looks as if a little magic may be in store.
That is, if she can decide what to wish for. There's the rub. Career?...more
Aspiring actress Erin Hollister believes that bad things come in threes. First she goes to an audition where she's sent packing before she's even able to complete the first sentence. Then she lo ...more
“To Wish or Not to Wish” is a delightful book that is part romance/part fantasy. I've not read the other books in Mindy Klasky’s “A ...more
Don't get me wrong. I love Ms. Klasky. I love her work. I liked this book. So I have to be forgiven for one tiny complaint. I absolutely despised the heroine's sister. I also know I wasn't supposed to dislike her. But I know her type--Miss Know it all with everyone else, pushy and controlling, big business student but whining and helpless and unable to be a strong military wife--can't manage the kid, hates the separations, can't wait till he quits. But totally unable to manage her own l ...more
Erin's not the most sympathetic of characters, she is a little too self centered and shallow. Her first two wishes didn' ...more
Erin is our heroine and oh what a poor dear she is. She thinks she pregnant so her boyfriend up and departs, she loses her job, has no money and worst of all has a know it all sister who happens to be somewhat of a pest.
Erin ends up being in the right place at the supp ...more
To Wish or Not to Wish is the last in Mindy Klasky’s As You Wish series. To Wish or Not to Wish picks up right where When Good Wishes Go Bad left off, but there’s enough new material that readers who are new to the series won’t feel lost. Likewise, there’s very little rehashing of plot points to annoy veterans to the series; in fact, we get some updates on past characters.
The unifying theme in these three books has been Teel, the gender-bending genie. In thi ...more
It wasn't bad - if you're looking for a light tale of an aspiring actress who wants to find love and herself (with tiny doses of genie magic) then this is your book.
I was kinda hoping the third book would entirely focus on Teel and while there was a bit more information on her/him it was a little disappointing in that regard.
Couple of way more serious scenes than either of the last books.
Mindy's travels took her through multiple careers, including copyright lawyer and law librarian. Mindy now writes full time. Her books fall in a number of genres -- including traditional fantasy, urban fantasy, and category ...more