Wishes Jace Mongomery was a stranger in Chandler Tall proud and ruggedly handsome he would make any woman s heart beat fasterEven shy sweet Nellie Grayson Nellie who thought only of her beautiful younge

  • Title: Wishes
  • Author: Jude Deveraux
  • ISBN: 9780671743857
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jace Mongomery was a stranger in Chandler Tall, proud, and ruggedly handsome, he would make any woman s heart beat fasterEven shy, sweet Nellie Grayson Nellie, who thought only of her beautiful younger sister s happiness With Nellie s tireless aid, Terel Grayson easily became the belle of Chandler, Colorado.Yet Jace, homesick for his closeknit family in Maine, tookJace Mongomery was a stranger in Chandler Tall, proud, and ruggedly handsome, he would make any woman s heart beat fasterEven shy, sweet Nellie Grayson Nellie, who thought only of her beautiful younger sister s happiness With Nellie s tireless aid, Terel Grayson easily became the belle of Chandler, Colorado.Yet Jace, homesick for his closeknit family in Maine, took immediately to Nellie For the first time, Nellie was the center of attention It was a heady, delightful feeling as wonderful as the moment when Jace gave her her very first kiss.Nellie was sure her romantic idyll would end how long could Jace resist the lovely Terel s charms But with the help of an enchanting new friend, Nellie would discover that her flirtatious sister might not be the woman to win the gallant Jace Montgomery.

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    1. he Heroine (and that's stretching it a bit) is one of the most pathetic characters I've about in awhile. She spends more than half the book as a doormat with perhaps two little acts of defiance. TWO! And the romance between Nellie and her love is cute but not sizzling. Personally I thought the most interesting character in the book was perhaps Berni and that was even stretching it abit. I spent most of my time not focusing on the romance but on Nellies complete and utter nativity and total lack [...]

    2. WARNING: This is NOT a better love story than Twilight. And that's about as harsh as one can get.Definitely one of the weirdest books I've ever read. At the end of it all, I don't get what the book was trying to say. That true love triumphs over every obstacle? Scratch that, magic trumps it all. Why introduce any conflict at all if you would fix them with a Deux (or Douche) Machina fairy godmother? If the fairy godmother could've made people fall in love with whomever, why did we even have this [...]

    3. I didn't like it perfectly describes how I felt about it. The fairy Godmother was useless, the main chick is a doormat, and the only person I liked was the guy, but even he started to bug me after a while, I like reading about strong women and strong men, who come together in passion, and both make compromises, huh, I've just got an idea for what to request a romance novel for

    4. Wishes is one of my favorite books of all time. Escapist fiction magic at its best, in a recipe that bakes only pure happiness.When I broke up with my high school boyfriend, WISHES was one of the two books he refused to return to me.The other book was The Princess Bride.

    5. The heroine for the most part is very lovable and beautiful, but I was very annoyed by many things. Her eating out of sadness was realistic and she needed emotional help for it, but since when is 160 pounds considered morbidly obese? If she was 260 I would be concerned. The hero loved the young lady exactly as she was, so why have her lose weight? It was as though the author wanted everyone to "accept" the girl, and the only way to accomplish this is to make her thin, the way all women "have" to [...]

    6. Justh. No. The concept had soooooo much potential, but it was horribly executed and completely unrealistic, even when you add in the "magic" of the "fairy godmother." Just no.

    7. This was a cute book and I was happy with the ending. I liked Nellie and Jace and most of the rest of the characters drove me crazy, although I think I was supposed to dislike them.

    8. This is undoubtedly one of the weirdest books I have ever read. The plot is so unbelievably formulaic, the characters so steroetypically bland that I literally had to suspend any feeling realism in order to get any enjoyment out of this book. Meet Nellie, the most insecure woman on the planet. She could also give the Sugar Plum Fairy a few lessons in niceness and sacrifice. She was ridiculously depressing.Meet her sister Terel, a selfish, egoistic brat who seriously had not the capacity to consi [...]

    9. I have mixed feelings about this book. On one hand i obviously enjoyed reading it (finished it one day), but the ending infuriates me. Wishes is another Cinderella story, however, instead of a wicked stepmom and stepsister, we have a cruel father who plays favorites plus an envious and manipulative younger sister. Cinderella, aka Nellie, is kind and beautiful but is an emotional eater so she's overweight. Prince Charming, aka Jace, is a handsome and wealthy widower. And Berni, the fairy godmothe [...]

    10. Hacía mucho que no disfrutaba un libro de romántica tanto como lo he hecho con este. Aunque le doy cuatro estrellas porque ha habido una cosa que no me ha convencido, y que no diré para no hacer spoilers a nadie. Pero incluso con esa pequeña cosa, el libro es una delicia. Jace es un amor de hombre. Divertido, encantador, romántico Nellie es una mujer casi perfecta. Amable, compasiva, cariñosa y una cenicienta para su familia. Porque en realidad este libro es exactamente eso, una revisión [...]

    11. This is my favorite romance novel of all time. I first read it in high school (which may be one reason I hold it so dear) but I've just adored it ever since. It is a fantasy romance, a fairy tale, really. It is more fantasy-based than Deveraux's other novels. I've read some negative reviews, and I suppose that if one doesn't approach the novel as being a fairy tale (there is a fairy godmother!) then one might be disappointed. But as long as you are expecting a fairy tale and are willing to suspe [...]

    12. I liked this book a lot. Jace has got to be one of the best heroes ever. He's sweet and funny and rocks. I also love how they call the in-between place The Kitchen. It was nice to see Berni grow and a character and I loved the very end. Great romance novel for when you want to read something light and fun. And nicely free of explicit sex scenes so I didn't blush every time I tried to talk to my mom about it.

    13. This was the first romance novel I ever read and it is still my favorite in that genre. It is unique in that it features an overweight heroine, which may be why I like it so much. It's not deep or brilliant -- it is a true example of the romance novel genre -- but it is comfortable. I re-read it from time to time to remind myself that true beauty lies within.

    14. To meet a man who loves you for exactly who you areTo have someone watch over you during your troublesTo have a family filled with love and joyTo have and to hold someone whom you shall forever loveAnd to know that the love shall be returnedMakes life worth living.

    15. I just couldn't do it. I read 36 pages in and could no longer deal with the woe is me mentality. I figured out the book within the first chapter. No need to read any moree concept of the book is good but the story was awful.

    16. This book is unusual. (1) It's a mixture of fantasy and historical fiction. (2) The heroine is overweight. Of course, the heroin loses the weight, but the handsome hero falls in love with her before the transformation.

    17. Yeah A spin on Cinderella but definitely not one that I liked. Obviously, you're meant to like the main characters but Nellie wasn't even human- she was a battering doll. And her family (especially Terel) weren't "human" either. They were evil for the sake of it.

    18. this book pissed me off to no end. other than Jace there were no likable characters in the story at all. and the ending ugh. I like happily ever after but when people who don't deserve it get them I am over it.

    19. What a waste of my time. If I had another book to read, I never would have finished it. Too hokey to describe. Not worth the effort to even write a review.

    20. Nettie was just too stupid for a 28 year old woman and I just got tired of her falling into her sister's traps.

    21. Another book that started out not very interesting and got much better. A super Happy Ever After. But still enjoyable.

    22. This is one of the very, very, very, (did I say very?) few romance novels I will read and I liked it. (My mom edited all the sex scenes for me! thanks mom!)

    23. I honestly don't know how I feel about this book. It was like watching a train wreck; I wanted to stop reading but I just couldn't look away. I feel like there was supposed to be a lesson in there somewhere, but I have no idea what it was.I was filled with rage about Berni being sent to "The Kitchen" after death and thought there was going to be some inside joke, and that the author was making a statement about women's rights or something, but NOPE. There's really no reason why Limbo is called t [...]

    24. Who doesn't like to see the chubby Cinderella find her prince? Well her prince was a 10 and liked her from the get go. But she is such a doormat that she keeps trying to hand him over to her sister . This is possibly the weakest heroine I have ever seen. She doesn't even seem to realize how toxic her family is. WAKE UP NELLIE. In the end her fairy godmother straightens it all out. She makes Nellie skinny before the hero makes love to her. Why? He liked her the way she was. Finds an adoring husba [...]

    25. I liked the Montgomery/Taggert series when I was younger, but this book was just goofy--fairy Godmothers, a division of Heaven called "The Kitchen," and a whole lot of stereotypes and cliche characters.

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