My father taught me to believe…in destiny, in magic, in happily ever after. Dreams were my scripture and the starry night sky was my temple. Then Mom stopped believing, left him, and took us with her. At the age of sixteen, I cashed in my dreams to pay the rent, pawned my destiny to keep my sisters together.
Now, seven years later, I’m returning home, grieving the death of my mother, and settling my sisters back into the life Mom threw away. I never intended to stay. I don’t want to deal with my father, who is so invested in the spiritual world he forgets the physical. I don’t want to face William Bailey, whose eyes remind me of the girl I was, the things I’ve done, and the future I lost.
This would all be easier if Will hated me. As it is, I have to hold my secrets close so they won’t hurt him more than they’ve already hurt me. But he wants to be in my life. He wants what I can’t bring myself to confess I sold. He wants me.
I find myself looking to my stars again...wondering if I dare one more wish.
What a great read! The minute I read the first in this series (Unbreak Me), I was not so patiently waiting for this one. It’s the type of series I really enjoy – each book is a different character. Ms Ryan did NOT disappoint in getting us Cally & Will’s story.
I sat down to read this on a Friday evening and could not stop! I was totally sucked in to their story from the very first sentence. It was both heartbreaking as well as swoon worthy. I enjoyed Will in Unbreak Me, but I adored him in Wish I May. He is the perfect combination of dominant and caring. Cally is the perfect combination of broken and independent.
I loved watching each of the characters grow in to their own person, but also enjoyed watching them grow as a couple. This story captured my attention right away and did not let go. I cannot wait to read more about this group of friends!
Lexi Ryan, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, writes romances with humor, heat, and heart. A former college English professor, Lexi now writes full time from her home in Indiana, where she lives with her husband and two children. Please visit www.lexiryan.com