Make Me A Wish (The Conduit Series Book 1)
Written by: K.B. Ladnier and Anita Maxwell
Published by: Self Published
Published on: May 31, 2017
Price: Kindle $2.99
I need me some Jinn in my life! Oh my lordy, Make Me a Wish was just one story that I couldn’t put down it was so awesome. Those Jinn were just so drool worthy. I have to say that this is one of the most interesting Jinn story I have ever read and I can’t wait to get me some more. Ok now that I have that out of the way let’s get down to business.
Let’s talk Characters first, Arsyn Henley is one tough cookie. To go through life and have as much tragedy hit and still be as whole as one could be in a situation takes strength and this chickadee has that and more it seems. She has become the woman she is because of her past. I hate that she feels so self-conscious of her scars in the beginning but this don’t define her and I love the guys so much for helping her with that. Thankfully through all of it she has Fritz, her dog
Now on to the Jinn, these boys would be probably on the top of my book boyfriend list. Let’s start with Killian, I think he’s my number one out of the four. He’s caring and protective. Being the oldest he watches out for his brothers and Arsyn as well. Elijah is the semiserious and wise one, thinking about and planning. Zach is the healer, he cares for and treats wounds, he’s not loud but kind of quiet. Finally, there’s Talan, he’s the funny and lovable. He seems to be the life of a party and one who always has a joke.
This book was really great, it pulled you in right from the begging and has a hold over you till the end, no, until after the end. I really want to learn more about the Jinn and their history as well as their traditions. We also need to know more about the Sihr and what they have planned, you know it’s not going to be anything like rainbow and sunshine. Also I extremely disliked Ren, there wasn’t something right and Arsyn felt that way from the beginning. There’s so much to learn about this universe and I just want more. I can’t wait for the second book.