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A Well Placed Wish
by Allys Hart
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I lost everything, was shipped off to live with an aunt I barely knew, and was put to work cleaning her dilapidated antique shop.
And then, I met Callum.
Or should I say I released him?
I was a socialite with a strong sense of entitlement and a lot of anger.
He was a Dominant genie with a hard body and an even harder hand.
It could never work.
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Tell us about A Well Placed Wish.
Fiona Burelli is a 22 year old socialite living a fast paced privileged lifestyle where she believes she is untouchable. Her father, Vincent Burelli, is a wealthy politician with questionable ethics. Even though she can't stand the man, she loves the money and the power that came with being a Burelli.
When Vincent is arrested, all of her possessions are seized and assets are frozen and Fiona has no choice but to seek out her family for help or end up on the streets.
She quickly learns the only person willing to take her in is an estranged aunt she has only met once in her entire life.
Fi is forced to trade in her credit cards and designer shoes for a broom and dust pan as she learns how the lower classes live, but she constantly reminds herself, the change is only temporary.
Stumbling into a hidden room of the antique shop, she let’s her curiosity gets the best of her and ends up in the company of a sexy, nonsense genie with a penchant for discipline.
Being in the small town with the unique older woman and sexy genie, she learns more than just how to do laundry and dishes.
What initially inspired you to write A Well Placed Wish?
I was reading a bedtime story to my toddler about a Genie and it popped into my head as a joke, but the more I thought about it the more I realized the story had potential.
Tell us little about the characters in A Well Placed Wish.
Fi is a spoiled brat and Callum is a cocky no nonsense Genie who doesn’t put up with it.
What was the hardest part of writing this book?
My time line. I have never given myself a deadline before and I have never been more stressed. I pushed myself and my editing team really hard, but we pulled it out and I am soooo happy with the outcome.
What was your favorite chapter (or part) to write and why?
The first spanking scene was my favorite I think. THe way she makes the wish and how Callum reacts. Its classic
What are your future project(s)?
I have soooo much going on….Sequels! I have a sequel written for Adopting Katie and the next book in the Fantastical Daddy Doms story is already in the works. I am also going to be revisiting Rawhide Ranch a whole lot more, stay tuned.
I want you to let yourself go for me tonight. I want you to relax and allow me to take charge. I want you to feel the way that I command your body here, here, and here.” He touched my forehead, chest, and unapologetically snaked his hand beneath my skirt fluttering his fingers against the gusset of my soaked panties. The touch was so light it could have almost gone unnoticed, however I was acutely aware of everything he did. “Do you trust me?”
“WIth everything that I am, Sir.”
“Good girl. It’s time for your spanking.”
Tugging my arm slightly, he pulled me down across his lap. Lap? I wrenched backwards to see what was happening. Sure enough, the cloud at his waist was gone. In its place was all man. Hips to feet he was all there. His chest was bare as always, but his pants were light washed jeans. He couldn’t look any sexier. I looked up at his face and he winked.
“I-is it all there?” I questioned as I timidly gestured to where his cock should be.
He gave a sad smile and shook his head. “Some things even genie’s can’t do, but I will make sure you do not miss it, I promise.”
I have recently rediscovered my love of words and decided to become a writer. My first story is my heart and soul, and it reaches into the depths of all that is me. I also create covers, promos, and logos for authors. I have met some amazing friends on this journey that I now happily call family. Without my family members, whether biological or chosen, I would not be half the person I am today. Their constant love and support keep me afloat.
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