Wish by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Posted March 10, 2020 in review Tags: ,

Wish by Mimi Jean PamfiloffWish by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Pages: 308

Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: ARC
Amazon iBooks

From New York Times bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff comes a sexy, complete-standalone, Romantic Comedy.

My ex was a con artist who left my life in shambles. But am I going to let that break me? Hell no.

I've got a plan. It's a long shot, but with some hard work, I'll pull my life back together.

Only, just as I'm in the thick of it, I find an unusual bottle with a note inside: "You get one wish. Make it count."

Har har. Someone's idea of a joke?

Apparently not.

And nothing could prepare me for the screamin' hot man with piercing blue eyes who shows up at my door. He says the note is his and he wants to give me true happiness. Money is no object.

Uh, is he for real? And why me?

I should slam the door in his sex-god face, because this guy has trouble written all over him. But the more time I spend with the demanding, arrogant man, the deeper I get into a twisted history that pulls at my heart.

Suddenly I do have a wish...

Wouldn’t you love to open a bottle and find a paper granting you one wish? Wouldn’t you also love if that wish was granted by a hot billionaire?

Ok, seriously though, I am way too skeptical for that. I spent a long part of this book asking “WTF is up with this dude? Is he for real? Is he a genie?”. I think part of the fun of the story was trying to figure it out. I love a book that keeps me guessing and Wish does just that.

Marus (billionaire wish granter) and Ginnie (lucky wish recipient) have lots of chemistry. They irritate each other, but Ginnie can’t deny he is smoking hot and she is attracted. While the attraction is quick, the trip to “steam town” is slow and I appreciated that.

I was loving Wish-fun banter, strange occurrences, romance, etc-but then Marus kind of blew it for me. He does something that I just found mean and unnecessary. There is groveling, but as I mentioned above, I am skeptical and I would have a hard time moving past his words if I were Ginnie. Take that with a grain of salt though-I have trust issues and am very judgmental!

Wish is perfect for people who like to guess what is happening while they read! This was my first Mimi Jean Pamfiloff book and I really enjoyed her style. This is a perfect weekend binge while you have brunch and a mimosa!



authors like Emma Hart, Sara Ney, Avery Flynn, Sophie Morgan…then you will probably like Wish!



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