Jillian Anderson is at her wits end when it comes to the crazy mishaps and constant problems she encounters when she takes over her uncle�s bar, the Old Age Saloon. She�s up to her eyeballs in debt and bad luck. To make matters worse, Jillian has a bad case of unrequited love for bad boy Luke Parsons. They set the sheets ablaze at night, but by the light of day, Luke is as elusive as the eternal bliss her uncle had promised her when she took over the saloon.
But Sedona, Arizona, is a mystical place to live, and when a playful genie hopped up on spicy, tequila-laced pickles offers her one wish, Jillian finds she has to open her own heart in order to win Luke�s. Does the genie hold the key to bringing Jillian and Luke together forever?
To My Reader: At a barbecue last year, my parents introduced me to this little delicacy called a �Wickle.� It�s a spicy pickle, and my dad loves them. So I thought it would be fun to take the concept of the Wickle a step further and add a magic ingredient to it�tequila. When a feisty genie samples the creation, she�s willing to grant any wish in exchange for more! And, as it happens, lovelorn Jillian Anderson is in desperate need of a few wishes�or miracles�when it comes to too-hot-to-handle Luke Parsons. I hope you find Jillian and Luke�s romance, helped along by a mischievous genie hopped up on Wickles, a delicious treat!
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About the Author
Calista is a member of Romance Writer's of America� and two of its Phoenix Chapters, Desert Rose and Valley of the Sun Romance Writers. She has served on the Board of Directors, been the newsletter director and chaired the annual Golden Quill Contest, which recognizes outstanding published authors, for the Desert Rose Chapter. She is also a member of Passionate Ink, RWA's erotic romance chapter. In addition, Calista gives presentations and workshops on writing novellas.
Calista attended college on a Journalism scholarship and has worked on newspapers as an editor and reporter. She holds degrees in General Studies and Communications. Calista lives in Arizona, but travels frequently to places like Mexico, Europe, San Diego, and Washington, DC. She has traveled the country by Lear Jet, always with her laptop in tow, and is a spa aficionado!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
REALLY wish i didnt feel so ripped off. Makes me re- cosider paperback. No "buyer beware" warning needed.