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Her Wish

A Playboy Genie Romance

by Sophie H. Morgan

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"An epic romantic ride filled with magic and adventure." - New York Times bestselling author Milly Taiden

This playboy has finally met his match in Sophie H. Morgan's HER WISH.

Charlie's sick of Genies. Too beautiful, too sure of themselves, too "celebrity". And way too eager to grant wishes in the worldwide Lottery that entices mortals into buying tickets in the hope of winning their desires. Charlie would rather walk naked through Times Square than buy a ticket. Unfortunately, her friend springs for one in Charlie's name – and it gets picked. She refuses to get sucked in and has no qualms about saying so to the famously arrogant, devilishly handsome Genie at her door. Sexy Blue Eyes will just have to take no for an answer.

Jax Michaels would love to take no for an answer. As the most famous Genie on the East Coast, known for his sex appeal, his cheeky interviews, and his roguish style of granting wishes, he only has to turn to the next in line to find a willing partner. After all, every woman wants him – except, apparently, Charlie Donahue, who throws back his charming words, sneers at his calculated grins, and refuses to even consider wishing. Jax isn't a fool. He's prepared to wash his hands of this infuriating, appealing female...until his Handler informs him that quitting is not an option. And if he can't talk her into wishing, Jax will have to try playing a little dirty.

"Morgan's debut takes a romance trope (plain Jane heroine/gorgeous rich hero), adds a dash of fantasy and a sprinkling of humor, and pulls the reader into the entertaining start of a new series (although it stands solidly on its own)" - Library Journal


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Publisher: St. Martin's Press

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  • ISBN: 9781250129215
  • File size: 1116 KB
  • Release date: May 2, 2017

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  • ISBN: 9781250129215
  • File size: 1116 KB
  • Release date: May 2, 2017

0 of 1 copy available

1 person waiting per copy

Pre-release: Expected May 2, 2017

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"An epic romantic ride filled with magic and adventure." - New York Times bestselling author Milly Taiden

This playboy has finally met his match in Sophie H. Morgan's HER WISH.

Charlie's sick of Genies. Too beautiful, too sure of themselves, too "celebrity". And way too eager to grant wishes in the worldwide Lottery that entices mortals into buying tickets in the hope of winning their desires. Charlie would rather walk naked through Times Square than buy a ticket. Unfortunately, her friend springs for one in Charlie's name – and it gets picked. She refuses to get sucked in and has no qualms about saying so to the famously arrogant, devilishly handsome Genie at her door. Sexy Blue Eyes will just have to take no for an answer.

Jax Michaels would love to take no for an answer. As the most famous Genie on the East Coast, known for his sex appeal, his cheeky interviews, and his roguish style of granting wishes, he only has to turn to the next in line to find a willing partner. After all, every woman wants him – except, apparently, Charlie Donahue, who throws back his charming words, sneers at his calculated grins, and refuses to even consider wishing. Jax isn't a fool. He's prepared to wash his hands of this infuriating, appealing female...until his Handler informs him that quitting is not an option. And if he can't talk her into wishing, Jax will have to try playing a little dirty.

"Morgan's debut takes a romance trope (plain Jane heroine/gorgeous rich hero), adds a dash of fantasy and a sprinkling of humor, and pulls the reader into the entertaining start of a new series (although it stands solidly on its own)" - Library Journal


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