Wish by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Wish by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Pages: 308
on February 25, 2020
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From New York Times bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff comes a sexy, complete-standalone, Contemporary Romance.
If I could wish for one thing, it would be to have never met my ex. He took my money, cheated on me, and saddled me with an impossible mortgage.
Now, just as I’m fighting to put my life back together, I find an unusual bottle with a note inside: “You get one wish. Make it count.” Har har. Someone’s idea of a joke?
But nothing could prepare me for what comes next or for the screamin’ hot man with piercing blue eyes who shows up at my door, making demands.
I should slam the door in his sex-god face, because this guy has trouble written all over him. But I can’t. Suddenly I do have a wish…

My review:

Wishing ⭐️

The first thing that comes to my mind now is

When it takes me 4 days to read a 300-pages book, that’s never a good sign. To be honest, at some point I grew too curious to drop it, but i thought about it a lot.

You can get a quarter of the whole picture by reading the blurb. What you don’t know is who’s the man who shows up at her door btw, he’s not just ringing her door bell, but breaking in a couple of times) and what’s with that note in the bottle.

For most of the time I was

Then I was

As I’m not one to offer spoilers in my reviews, can’t give you any more details about the plot, but I can try to describe my feelings. Well, my feelings are like this

Thankfully, Mimi Jean Pamfiloff tells me what I was thinking since the first page, but couldn’t put it into words:

“I want a fairy tale, but it has to be real.”

Nothing about this story can be real. I need a stronger word than “unbelievable” to explain this utopia.

“What in the steaming-pile-of-secrets is going on?”

The answer comes at the very end. Until then, I was shocked, rolled my eyes, huffed and puffed and wanted to

You know those dreams when nothing makes sense? This was “Wish” for me. I couldn’t connect with the story. The blurb should offer more information, because if I had known half the craziness of this book, I would have never requested the arc on Netgalley and be forced to read and review it. I would have dnf-it 25% in.

I’ve noticed it has a lot of good reviews, so it’s 100% a case of

I’m sure that chick-lit fans will actually enjoy it a lot. One thing I liked it was that genie in the bottle thing. Of course I constantly asked myself what would I wish for.

”ARC provided through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.”