Publisher Description

*** Au & NZ iBooks Best of 2013 Breakout Book Of The Year ***
For Charli Blake, being seventeen is a tough gig.
She's been branded a troublemaker, her reputation is in tatters and she's stuck in Pipers Cove, a speck of a town on the coast of Tasmania.
Thankfully, it's temporary. Her lifelong dream of travelling the world is just months away from becoming reality. All she has to do is ride out the last few months of high school, which is easier said than done thanks to a trio of mean girls known as The Beautifuls.
When Adam Décarie arrives in town, all the way from New York, life takes an unexpected turn. His arrival sets off a chain of events that alters her life forever, convincing her of one thing. Fate brought him to her.
Saving Wishes is the story of a girl who doesn't quite fit the life she's living, and the boy who helps her realise why.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
May 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
412
Pages
PUBLISHER
GJ Walker-Smith
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
475.8
KB

Customer Reviews

AshleyJRamos ,

Addicting and Relatable

They story was amazing and addicting. So many plot twists make it intresting throughout. Even though I dislike the fact the you have to buy the second book. The characters are so well developed even though i wish that there was more backround and insight into Adam's charater. Also another thing that made me frustrated was her relationship to her best friend, too much drama for there to be a believable friendship. And the amount of relevant characters was quite scattered. But the pros greatly outnumber the cons and make this book worthwhile. One of my favorite reads so far!

Family Feud Gamer ,

Can't wait to read more

When I first started reading I honestly thought I wasn't going to like the book. The more I read the better it got until I was completely absorbed into the story. At times the book is a bit too far fetched but makes for a great romance. I only wish the ending could have told more of a happily ever after.

Shar. E ,

Saving Wishes

A really good read. This book absolutely held my interest, and I would recommend it highly.

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