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You Wish by Brooke J Losee: Book Review

  *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

Three wishes. A lot of trouble...


After a four month trial period as an intern, I’m determined to get a position at the top analytics company in New York. All I have to do is knock this final report out of the park. It’s all going well until my drool worthy coworker asks me out.

On my first date.


Somehow my natural aptitude in the art of awkwardness has failed to repel him. My focus has gone down the toilet, and I’m succumbing to his charms.

S.O.S. I’m sinking fast.

When did my dreams shift from becoming a senior analyst to kissing this guy?


Making bets with coworkers is a bad idea. Losing them is an even worse one.

Now I have to grant the wishes of an office intern like some kind of genie. It doesn’t help that I’ve been attracted to her for months or that this wager has me breaking my don’t-date-coworkers policy.

As an acquisitions team member, it's my job to win over new clients. Now all I can focus on is winning her, even if she likes pineapple on her pizza.

But I can handle this. It’s only three wishes. What could possibly go wrong?

Brooke Losee is a geologist, wife, mother/maid of three, and author of the the series. Her fiction novels dive into a realm of magic while exploring the strength of human nature. Brooke has always believed books provide us with an escape to new worlds and allow us to dream beyond our own reality. She worked as a consultant for Usborne Books & More for five years and believes in encouraging children to develop a passion for reading while they are young.





If there is anything that She's All That should have taught us it's that it is a bad idea to start dating someone because of a bet... well, unless it leads to a happily ever after anyway!

Brooke J. Losee is a new to me author, so I wasn't sure what to expect but I was drawn into this story immediately. Being someone who is socially awkward, a bit naïve and who frequently talks to machines (particularly my own arch nemesis of a printer), I could definitely relate to Maya in many ways. Thankfully, I have better control of what comes out of my mouth than Maya, but I so enjoyed the funny moments her lack of filter led to. And let me tell you, this book was funny. So many moments throughout had me literally laughing out loud, and I couldn't get enough of it. These two characters were so wonderful together. The chemistry was fantastic, but I also loved how supportive they were of each other, even when it wasn't in their own best interest to do so. 

The taco lover in me naturally appreciated the taco love this book gave too... but you may find yourself in need of some as you read, so be prepared!

Overall, this was a really fun romantic comedy perfect for fans of workplace romances. I look forward to reading more from this author in the future! 


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