“Ever made a wish and had it come true? Well lucky you, because I have never had any of my wishes come true.”
Arsyn Henley has had a rough life growing up. All the universe has ever done, is take every loved one she has ever had and give deep rooted scars—both on the inside and out—in return. When a relative she never knew about dies and leaves her a cabin in the mountains, she’s eager to start over with a new life. She could never have guessed her new life would be riddled with secrets about her family, new people to love and most of all magic beyond her wildest dreams.
Enter the four dashing Kismet brothers who take this broken girl on a metaphorical magic carpet ride through the world of Jinn—beings who grant the wishes of the human race—and slowly put back together her soul with pieces of their own.
But where there’s light, dark is soon to follow. Can she find the strength to accept her new reality and the people who come with it bringing all the beauty of love and light to her? Or will she falter and beckon the darkness to take her away as it’s own?
This is a Reverse Harem Trilogy which means the heroine will have a happily ever after with three or more men. This trilogy has darker themes and they include: mild language, abuse in foster care, the death of a close friend, magical stalking, magical torture, and kidnapping. There is no bullying within the harem. There is no on-page sexual assault in book one, however there is an attempt in book 2, Wishful Thinking. This book is recommended for 17+.