Hawaii is the perfect place for a wedding, provided the
groom is not your ex-fiancť. Amy doesnít want to ruin her
best friendís happiness, even if sheís marrying a sleaze.
Things get interesting when a bronzed genie emerges from a
bottle of lotion to offer her three wishes and a fantasy.
Fiona Jayde has an amazing gift for words, scenery and
narrative. Iíve read several of her stories featuring
thrilling scenes with feisty, smart women and intense, Alpha
men pulling out all the stops to tame and capture them.
I Dream of Jimmyís heroine, Amy, was quite
different in that she had none of the attributes Iíve come
to associate with female leads in Ms. Jaydeís stories. Amy
is, well, a bit of a doormat. Sweetness and loyalty should
not force a main character into the martyr mold. I was sad
for Amy. Why? There are a lot people like her out there.
The worst part is there is no magic to spirit them away.
Lastly, it was difficult to understand why the genie would
hang around unless he wanted to rescue the cute doormat.
Amy is endearing and likeable while the genie pushed open
the alluring envelope. You wonít get any complaints out of
me. All in all, itís a pleasant, steamy little story. Some
of us still like to dream about hot genies saving all the