Tamric craved the power being Djinn
could give him. He wanted to be a part of the mortal world
and be revered by his people when he eventually returned.
After centuries of granting wishes through an enchanted
mirror, though, Tam now wants to be set free. Katlin Dixon
lost her husband and her best friend in the same accident
she lost her sight in. When Katlin gains possession of the
mirror Tam is bound to, her wish can either set Tam free or
continue to bind him to it. Now that Tamís met Katlin, heís
no longer sure he wants to be set free.
An air of sensuality flows from Katlin.
Itís a contrast to the hard-hearted woman who had to
confront her cheating husband and back-stabbing best friend.
Things went from bad to worse for her that night. Although
she is a bit sad and lonely, and fear plays a large role in
her life now, Katlinís innate grace shines through. Tam
transitions from a man on a mission seeking his own need to
a man besotted. Heís a wonderful character. Djinnís
Wish is a romantic story with an uplifting ending.