Thursday, November 5, 2015

Welcome Author Gina Wynn Today

Be careful what you wish for (it might come true).

The old adage teaches us that even the things we might most desire don't come without consequences. A wish for chocolate, well, that brings calories and weight gain. A wish for a green lawn might bring rain.

We often won't make wishes. We bite them back if the phrasing is too vague, too open to interpretation. We don't want to send sudden whims or wants into the universe for fear of how they might be answered. A jinx, a hex, an ill-wish...that prickle at the back of your neck as you refuse to acknowledge nature's magic, or the universe granting you your desire—by any means.

Wishes are powerful. They come with rules. Make one as you blow your birthday candles out. Close your eyes. Don't tell anyone or it won't come true! Touch wood, close your eyes and hope…but not too much. After all, if wishes were horses, beggars would ride—so granted wishes aren’t that common.

A wish for a soulmate, then, for 'in love' rather than just 'love'? That might be life altering. It is unlikely the one you were meant to be with could slip into your life without ripple or disruption, unlikely you could leave your old life without negativity and destruction. But what would you do? What would you really do if you made that wish and the universe answered it?

What You Wish For by Gina Wynn

Maggie’s secrets and lies have always lurked in the shadows of her marriage to childhood best friend, Jake, and the magic of wishes and call of destiny from an alternate world seem to offer her the impossible - a second chance, and a new

The husband she gains is a lonely man, married to Maggie’s alter-ego from his world, and he has always struggled to understand his wife. Will has long wished for his marriage to change and rediscovers what was missing when he spends time with Maggie.

Although she is drawn to Will in this alternate world, Maggie must decide where her ‘love’ for Jake stops and ‘in love’ begins, and discover what happens when she shares her biggest secret with the stranger who has loved her since they met.

Caught between two men in two different lives, it is essential Maggie learns whether she has the power to call one world ‘home’ without destroying the people she loves. Never stop wishing.


His mouth twisted into a self-deprecating smile and he brushed his thumb across my cheek. I almost closed my eyes at the calm his touch brought me. I ached to rest my cheek in his palm, to let him soothe me. His hand fell away and I mourned the loss of contact, the loss of part of myself to want and wishes. I felt myself splitting, fracturing, dividing right there, and glanced at Will to see if he noticed.
He looked at me, eyes sharp and focused, and the weight of his hand pressed on my thigh through the blankets. “Have you ever done that thing where you drop something, hear it hit the ground, and when you search for it, it’s gone? You might give up after five minutes, or search intermittently for years, but it doesn’t matter. You won’t find it. It’s not there anymore. It’s sort of…gone…beyond what you can see. It’s as if it has slipped through the cracks into somewhere else. Because things don’t just vanish, right? They must go somewhere…so, somewhere else must exist…and, now, you’re here instead of there.”
He narrowed his eyes as if in thought and I fought the urge to touch the tiny lines where his skin crinkled at the corners, to smooth them for him.
“You know, I think I dropped something once.” His voice emerged so quietly I barely heard him.
He met my gaze, and gave me a lop-sided grin. “To put it more crudely, I’m guessing I’m not the man you went to bed with, and you are definitely not the Maggie I fell asleep next to.”
His words jolted me, and I wrapped my arms over my waist.
“I’m not going crazy.” The last lament of a crazy woman. “This can only be a dream. Only a dream. Otherwise, I am crazy. Only a dream. Please?”
He shook his head, his smile sad. “Is that what you want, Maggie? For me to be a dream? To wake up?”
Before I even formed a thought, I shook my head. I didn’t want that.

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From the magical land of castles and kings (Okay, it’s England), Gina doesn’t feel as old as she looks, owns three children (aged 2, 5 and 7) who can’t be tamed, and writes in spare – usually stolen – time. She sometimes bakes—not always with quite the desired results, and has found the only solution to keeping the characters in her head quiet is to placate them with lots of other lovely books and worlds.


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1 comment:

Gina said...

Thank you for having me on your blog today, Dawn. :-)

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