Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Review of Three Wishes by Jenny Schwartz

Author: Jenny Schwartz

Release date: 23rd of May 2011
Published by: Carina Press
Reading level: FICTION - ADULT: Romance: Fantasy
Pages: 88 in ePub

Summary from Goodreads:
Three Wishes
She is the Bringer of Death

Cali, a djinni, has sworn to twist the wishes of humans so they die by their own greed and evil. Her latest master is arms dealer David Saqr, a man Cali believes deserves the fate she has in store for him. But this time she finds herself up against Andrew, David's guardian angel.

He is a Protector of Life

Andrew believes David can yet find redemption. He fights Cali for the man's life, even as he tries to persuade her to give in to the sizzling attraction between them. He shows Cali another side of David, and invites her to trust again, to hope. But centuries of being enslaved have hardened Cali's heart-it's going to take all of Andrew's love to convince her to open it and let him in.

It was a sweet story with nice plot. Three Wishes was easy and quick to read and the writing style was very smooth. Three Wishes was about finding happiness, trust and love.

Meet Cali, who is imprisoned djinni who has sworn to destroy the life of the persons that are becoming owners of the bottle and hereby masters of Cali. The story starts with David - a weapon’s dealer - getting the bottle where Cali lives. David has sold weapons for years and Cali sees him being evil by destroying human lives through his work. There is just one big problem with Cali’s mission: David has a guardian angel called Andrew. Andrew believes that there is a chance for redemption for David and tries to stop Cali. There is also tension building between Cali and Andrew. Both of them have been hurt in their past and now the question is if they are capable to trust each other.

3 stars out of 5.

Thanks to NetGalley for providing free galley.


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