The Wish List
When Kristin Montgomery discovers her three aunts are fairy godmothers and she's next in line for the job, her uncomplicated life as a CPA disappears like magic. No, not like magic; it is magic - and she had no idea magic existed until her aunts handed her a wand and took off on a cruise around the world! Left to her own devices, Kristin not only has to deal with burgeoning magical powers, but also a reluctant arbiter, a selfish sprite, and a suave French sorcerer. When one of them turns out to be the bad guy, Kristin must learn to trust her heart and her instincts to keep herself and the ones she loves out of danger.
- Paperback | 384 pages
- 101.6 x 180.34 x 27.94mm | 208.65g
- 03 May 2010
- St Martin's Press
- Tor Books
- New York, United States
Will appeal to fantasy fans and contemporary romance lovers alike. "RT Book Reviews" Charming. "Publishers Weekly""
About Gabi Stevens
GABI STEVENS lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with her engineer husband, three daughters and two dogs. When she's not writing, Gabi teaches eighth grade gifted language arts and literature, plays volleyball, and enjoys games.
Our customer reviews
Though the storyline had an interesting premise, much of the world seemed very similar to the concept of Harry Potter books. Main difference was the main character (MC) wasn't a boy discovering the world; it's a full grown woman. I have to admit, I wasn't fond of writing styles. The MC thought things were strange but went around acting as if everything was fine. "Hmmm. That's strange. I wonder who left the door wide open. Oh well, I guess I just need to be more observant next time." No...I don't think so. It gave a hollow, forced feel. This MC definitely had some not so bright moments, particularly in the beginning. I feel like I should say something more about The Wish List, but really I've got nothing else for ya. The plot was so-so. Nothing spectacular. The bad guy was whom I suspected. Everyone I thought who'd fall in love fell in love. Everyone got their happy ending. Bottom line: the novel had enough going for it to keep me coming back from time to time, but nothing significant enough to keep me from feeling like I had ADD when I got distracted.show moreby Reena Jacobs