I Dream of Genies
"You will want to believe in magic!" -Kerrelyn Sparks, New York Times bestselling author of The Vampire and the Virgin "Cute, quirky, and charming...a romantic, action-packed tale!" -Jennifer Estep, author of the Elemental Assassin urban fantasy series He needs to change his luck, and fast! ... show more
"You will want to believe in magic!" -Kerrelyn Sparks, New York Times bestselling author of The Vampire and the Virgin "Cute, quirky, and charming...a romantic, action-packed tale!" -Jennifer Estep, author of the Elemental Assassin urban fantasy series He needs to change his luck, and fast! Matt Ewing would gladly hunt down a fortune in lucky pennies if he thought it would help save his business. But for all his hoping, Matt's clueless when his long-awaited lucky charm falls in his lap in the form of a beguiling genie. He just can't believe that this beautiful woman could be the answer to his prayers... She's been bottled up for far too long! Spending 2,000 years in a bottle would make any woman a little stir-crazy. So when Matt releases Eden from her luxurious captivity, she's thrilled to repay him by giving him the magical boost he needs... But for all her good intentions, Eden's magical prowess is a little rusty and her magical mistakes become more than embarrassing. And though Eden knows falling in love will end her magic and immortality, she can't help but be drawn to the one man who wants her just for herself...
Publish date: January 4th 2011
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 392
Edition language: English
Series: Bottled Magic (#1)
Great premise, a fictional account suggested by the I Dream of Jeannie TV series. The backstory of genies dating back to Roman times is wonderful, the magical details are well worked out. The romance is a little over the top, a little too perfect. Great fluffy romance.
I found that this book had a great premise, but in the end, it fell short on the delivery. The main characters spent more time and focus on fighting their love and attraction for one another, leaving this reader feeling as though the author really didn't want to be writing a romance novel. The end...
This was rather a fun story to read. Totally make believe but it does take you on a magical journey. The eBook has 300 pages on the Nook.Down-on-his luck Matt Ewing has the good fortune of a 2,000-year-old magic genie falling right into his lap. Beautiful and independent, Eden isn't so keen on havin...
Not my cup of tea, cute and humorous sort of chick lit with paranormal thrown in, good writing as well. I just haven't been in a mood for those kind of books for quite sometime already.
Just can't get into this.