- File Size: 1055 KB
- Print Length: 288 pages
- Publisher: Covenant Communications (September 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0758M3R1J
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,354 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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All in all, pretty good though.
The fun really starts when Charlotte and her best friend and co-worker, Jack, attend a Brazilian party and get these wish bracelets. Three wishes? No problem and Charlotte is shocked when most of them almost immediately start to come true. Jack challenges her to go on 50 first dates, which results in hilarity and unbelievable, laugh-out-loud entertainment.
The story is broken up into three distinct parts. First, we are treated to Jack's and Charlotte's working relationship, as well as the 50 dates. Next, we are taken to Brazil, where Charlotte attends her cousin's wedding and a whole new world is opened up to her and to the reader. I loved the descriptions of this beautiful place. And last of all, we are given when happens when the two former parts merge.
The real emotion comes to play with the easy banter and comradery that Jack and Charlotte have with each other. I loved their friendship and that they have each other's backs. Through all the ups and downs that this story brings, the romantic element shines through and is my favorite part. I wanted a little more of a spark, but I was still happy with how it all turned out.
Content: mild romance; moderate religious elements, specific to the LDS religion.
*I received a copy through the publisher, which did not influence my thoughts in any way.*
I loved the characters in this book. I think Charlotte and Jack are fantastic and I would love to have them as my friends! They have so much personality and it's well defined so that I feel like I know them.
The book takes a location change to Brasil and it was fun! It made me want to visit there myself. I loved the bracelet and wishes part of the book too. It made Charlotte's life feel a bit magical.
The story lost some momentum for me in the middle when the more religious elements came into play. I'm a religious girl, but I felt like this just slowed the story down and went on too long. That's just me though. The HEA ending happened VERY fast. Over in an instant. I guess I just wanted more between the couple AS a couple- I waited so long for it. No epilogue. <sigh> It's okay though. I really did enjoy this book for the most part.
This is an LDS fiction book. There are religious elements in it- more than just casual Christian mentions.
It was fun to read about Charlotte's vacation to Brazil but it's funny how this wasn't my favorite part of the book. I actually loved the first part as Charlotte found her first home to buy and Jack and her parents were helping her to fix it up.
This book is written with many Latter-Day Saint (LDS) ideas and the main characters talk a lot of things that some not of this religion may not be familiar with. I didn't feel this detracted from the story at all but just know there is talk of religion and God.
I was happy about the ending but I just wish that there had been an epilogue detailing how things had turned out for everyone in the book. I wanted to know how Charlotte and Jack's new business had done, how her cousin's new marriages were doing and how long it took for her and a certain man to get married.
This book is a fun one to read with great romance, terrific descriptions of vacationing in Brazil, and the ups and downs of dating. There are so many things that will bring a smile to your face by reading 'Wish Me Love'.