Review: What You Wish For, by Gina Wynn 2

4 out of 5 Stars

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This is the first book by Gina Wynn that I have read and I had no idea what to expect. This book is well written and detailed. Now for me this book was very confusing. Almost like being in the twilight zone. I found myself needing a score card to help me remember who Maggie was with, whose bed she woke up in, where she was… When I got to chapter ten I decided to go back to the beginning and start over. Rereading did help some. I have read several books that dealt with parrallel dimensions (timelines), but this one left me feeling confused and frustrated.

Reviewed by Epiphany

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.


When Maggie Forrester wakes up naked in bed with her boss, iceman Will Brian, she’s sure it must be a dream. Or a feverish hallucination at the very least. But magic takes over when she begins to experience an impossible other life—complete with an alternate husband—and she’s forced to confront the reality of the man she loves versus the man she’s fallen in love with.

After secrets she believed long buried surface, both of Maggie’s realities are threatened. As the truth of her past comes to light, she must decide which man she truly loves and which life she wants to live—if the choice is even hers to make. Sometimes, true love is even worth wishing for.

About The Author:

From a magical land of castles and kings (Okay, it’s England), Gina doesn’t feel as old as she looks, owns three children who can’t be tamed, and writes in spare – usually stolen – time. She sometimes bakes—not always with quite the desired results, and has found the only solution to keeping the characters in her head quiet is to placate them with lots of other lovely books and worlds. She has been published by Decadent Publishing, who currently have two of her books, both of which are romance titles – “Her Dollmaker’s Desire” and “Her Undercover Christmas”.



Twitter: Gina_Wynn



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