Skylar Wishes

Skylar Wishes Grace is the only one who remembers the truth that comets are the source of extraordinary destinies Since their last night together all memory of their comets and their old powers has abandoned Skyla

  • Title: Skylar Wishes
  • Author: Tina L. Hook
  • ISBN: 9781301339006
  • Page: 286
  • Format: ebook
  • Grace is the only one who remembers the truth that comets are the source of extraordinary destinies Since their last night together, all memory of their comets and their old powers has abandoned Skylar and Alina All that is left is Alina s enduring envy for everything Skylar touches, and Alina s sudden ability to wake up inside of Skylar s body, if only for a few minutesGrace is the only one who remembers the truth that comets are the source of extraordinary destinies Since their last night together, all memory of their comets and their old powers has abandoned Skylar and Alina All that is left is Alina s enduring envy for everything Skylar touches, and Alina s sudden ability to wake up inside of Skylar s body, if only for a few minutes.After Alina finally forces her will and switches bodies with Skylar, harsh realities surface The holes in Skylar s relationship with Darren are exposed, and Skylar herself becomes seduced by the idea of living two lives at once, and loving two men at once.Grace might be able to save them, but everything Skylar and Alina know about love has to change When their comets return, these three women must choose their fate once .

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    1. This was a very novel book. I started by checking the book out on and then saw a review which told me the book would have multiple Points of Views. By then I had already started reading a little and knew atleast 2 different points of views. But 7? How was I going to handle that?But I did. And I rather enjoyed reading about it. This book spoke to me on so many different levels.The book starts with Alina shifting into Skylar’s body and finding herself so powerful And getting something she alway [...]

    2. Be careful what you wish for. That old adage used to be one of my grandmother’s favorite sayings. She always believed that you could spend too much time coveting the things other people had, and forget to be happy with what you actually have, or seek to improve it. That phrase feels as if it could have been the genesis idea for the plot in Skylar Wishes, a beautifully written and thought provoking story. Alina is a covetous character, she wears her envy like a cloak with many pockets she is ga [...]

    3. For as long as she's known Skylar, Alina has wanted to be her. Everything Skylar has, she wants, including her man. She knows she shouldn't covet someone one's life, but she can't help herself. It's hard living a life you don't really want to live, most especially when you're never satisfied with the circumstances that have led you to where you are now.A random wish one night soon changes Alina and Skylar's life. Somehow, Alina has learned how to switch bodies with her friend. So much so, that s [...]

    4. Have you ever been so jealous of another that you wanted what she had? A job? A car? A boyfriend? A life?That’s the fascinating premise of Skylar Wishes by Tina L. Hook. Although it is the second book in the Enchanted Series (preceded by Enchanted by Starlight), it can easily be picked up and enjoyed on its own. The exciting concept is matched by beautiful, elegant writing that somehow makes the characters sympathetic and relatable when they definitely shouldn’t be.We start with Alina. Alina [...]

    5. Review forthcoming on a-reader-lives-a-thousand-liveI received a copy of Skylar Wishes in exchange for my review.Alina, Skylar and Grace each live with powers of their own, but Alina has discovered a new one, the ability to switch bodies with someone, and she chooses Skylar, a woman who she has always envied. Skylar seems to have everything, the looks, the confidence and the man, but when Alina keeps switching bodies with her she comes to realise that maybe Darren doesn't love her for her. And a [...]

    6. It was described as an eloquent paranormal read. The term eloquent doesn't quite do it justice. This tale of body thieves, love, loss and magic was stirring, passionate and impressive.I've always loved books that are written from different characters perspectives each chapter, and it really made sense to organize this story that way. I found the first chapter not exactly confusing, but it did make me ask quite a few questions. Who is Grace? Is Skylar is Alina's body, or the other way around? How [...]

    7. I received this novel in exchange for an honest review.When I began this novel, I didn’t realize this was a sequel, and if you haven’t read the first novel, I cannot recommend trying the second. For the majority of the novel, I was completely confused. Seven POVs (alternating between first and third) didn’t help my understanding. By the end, even the comet gets a few cryptic chapters.I felt as confused with all the body snatching as the men in the novel. I had to rely on the chapter headin [...]

    8. I was spellbound! It took me less than four days to complete the book as soon as I started it a few days ago. Tina L. Hook weaves her magic once again in creating a sequel that completely took an unexpected turn. I was extremely drawn by Wells and Skylar's romance and the amazing storytelling through the eyes of various characters. Highly recommended!

    9. This book was certainly unique in concept. I have never read a book quite like it, and if you like stories about body switching and supernatural occurrences, you are sure to enjoy this book. It was easy to read and interesting, but a little more could have been done on the character development.

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