Eight hundred and twenty-nine year old Nirvana Aphrodite
has been trapped in her bottle in the attic of Peter
Harrison's mammoth Victorian mansion for a hundred years.
Peter placed her there out of harm's way of others as well
as her own quirky magic. No matter what she attempts for a
feat, it always backfires not going the way she wants and
end up screwy.
accident claiming Peter's life has kept her trapped until a
gorgeous man miraculously appears in her bottle. Zane
Harrison, great-great grandson of Peter, arrives home
intending to sell the house and continue the pursuit of his
pro football career after ridding the town of the legends
his ancestors' craziness of magic and genies.
Little Merlin, a phoenix who kept Vana company all these
years, by shooting bursts of brightly colored orange fire
through his fuchsia feathers, keeps his little beak
constantly interfering. It takes little to convince Zane
is truly surrounded with magic as he soon learns of the
children now housed in the form of plates and other
unworldly beings into other forms of furniture. Unable to
deny the stirrings his libido feels for the gorgeous woman,
he tries to ignore his feelings and attend to his original
goal. Zane spends his time hiding the squirrely things
happening at his house to ward off an old time school mate
who he dislikes immensely, in an effort to extinguish the
legend of the Harrisons and their craziness. Poofs of
rides on the flying carpet and plotting to save the
imprisoned in the plates, Zane and Vana still manage to
in love and fight to deny their feelings. Telling Zane she
loves him will take away all Vana's magic and immortality.
Saying the forbidden words "I Love You", Vana immediately
disappears to face the Fates and lose the true love and
desire of her life.
I cannot applaud Judi Fennell more than I already have
for previous books for one of the most exciting and fun
reads I have ever encountered. I love the quirky antics of
the genie and her desire to be a human. MAGIC GONE WILD is
amusing I found myself chuckling from beginning to end.
best word I can use to describe the entertainment I found
this read is "fantastic"!! I truly love Judi Fennell's
of writing it takes me away from every day stress and
worry to a world of fantasy and love. I flew through MAGIC
as I could not put it down! Truly a work of art!
Genie Vana Aphrodite is having a pretty rough day. She's
failing to live up to the name "Aphrodite," she's stuck
living in her master's attic, and her powers are on the
fritz. To make matters even worse, her master's
great-grandson, Zane, informs her that she has completely
ruined his family's reputation. Zane is ready to sell his
family's estate, genie and all – but Vana's bound and
determined to fix her past wrongs. Can Aphrodite prove to
him that his life needs a little bit of magic?