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Wish hunter 
Book 1 of the savannah river series
A dark urban fantasy trilogy filled with magic, mystery, and mayhem

Nadia Kaminski’s family has stolen wishes for generations, auctioning them off to skeevy business tycoons and politicians in back-alley deals. Their operation is simple enough. Find someone who gained a wish after saving a life. Trick the wisher into sharing a deep secret. Steal the wish.


And as a marriage counselor, Nadia has more access to people’s secrets than most.

But when Nadia comes across the perfect opportunity to steal a wish for herself, she takes it—and the rock star she’s stolen it from desperately wants his wish back.

As Nadia tries to figure out how to get rid of the cocky thorn in her side, she must face off against vengeful wish hunters, her all-too-powerful family, and the consequences of her own desires—because stealing wishes can be a deadly affair.

What readers are saying . . .

"The premise of the story is unique and intriguing. The characters, the world-building, and the theme of wish hunting is noteworthy and compelling. It's a fast-paced, plot-driven story full of mysteries and revelations."

- Rain Reads

"This was such a fun book. It was non-stop action. The author did an excellent job weaving this fascinating and unique world. I am really looking forward to seeing what happens next with the storyline. I highly recommend this to anyone with a love of fantasy fiction."


- Sherri on Goodreads

"I enjoyed this book from the beginning until the end. The Kaminski family is intriguing. Miles is a wonderful counterpoint and ally. There are so many twists and turns to the story that it keeps you wanting to know more. There are so many underlying mysteries woven into the main story!
What a great beginning to a series!"


- Christi on Goodreads

"i would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a new and imaginative fantasy novel to read! in the meantime, i will be waiting excitedly for the sequel!"

-  emmyxreads book blog

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