“Have you ever had a wish come true? Well lucky you, because I have never had any of my wishes come true.”
Having recently survived the car accident that killed her best friend, Arsyn Henley is doing her best to pick up the pieces of her life when she finds out a long lost family member left her a cabin in the mountains of Pigeon Forge. With her trusty dog by her side, she relocates her entire life hoping to live a quiet and calm existence as she decides what to do next.
Unexpectedly, her arrival in Pigeon Forge triggers events amongst the secret wish granting community of Jinn that inhabit the area. Four brothers, Killian, Elijah, Zachary, and Tallon, who have been searching for their Conduit, will stop at nothing to make her theirs. After a very interesting introduction, Arsyn embarks on a journey of learning all about Wish magic and her place in their world.
Will the guys be able to keep Arsyn from the clutches of a dark and sinister power that grows stronger each passing day, or will they lose the one person in the world that can unlock all their wishes?
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+.