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Wishing Well Series 1,2,3 ((Books One, Two and Three)) Rebecca Ratliff

Wishing Well Series 1,2,3 ((Books One, Two and Three))

Rebecca Ratliff

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Collection of all three of the best selling, Wishing Well Series.Book One: MarinadeWhat if having your most desired wishes come true was as easy as throwing something in an old well, and stating your wish? What if the one granting your wish was aMoreCollection of all three of the best selling, Wishing Well Series.Book One: MarinadeWhat if having your most desired wishes come true was as easy as throwing something in an old well, and stating your wish? What if the one granting your wish was a beautiful demon named Daniel? Would you take a chance?Allison Philips, a girl youll love to hate, is on the verge of losing her best friend, Sarah. She reluctantly decides to go to the freshman wishing well party with the hope of finding her friend and giving her an apology. Never a believer in anything but herself, she makes a wish that she knows will make Sarah happy. Instead, Allison fights for her life as Daniel makes her wish come true in the most agonizing and terrifying way possible.Amanda is Allisons old high school classmate. She throws her bracelet in the old well, and uses her wish to land the one guy that hasnt even noticed her existence. Daniel grants her wish, and Amanda soon realizes that her new boyfriend holds a dark and gruesome past. He plans to use Amanda to fufill his own sadistic desires.Back in his home, under the well, he pulled his shirt over his head, and removed the leather strap from his nape. His hair fell to his shoulders, and he shook his head in relief from the binding.The upcoming party would prove to be quite entertaining, of that he was certain, and he walked to his full length mirror to take a good look at what everyone would see in a few short hours time.A tan and very hard body- the perfect blend to bring the young people to his side in the beach side town. He was taller than most men, and his smile was of absolute perfection.The demon laughed at his chiseled body, and ran his hand down the perfectly sculpted chest and stomach. When his hand lowered enough to trail over his thick c*ck through his jeans, he smiled again. “I would swear I was made by a woman.”Vanity, it was his favorite sin, and one that he enjoyed quite often.Book Two: BiggerWhat if having your most desired wishes come true was as easy as throwing something in an old well, and stating your wish? What if the one granting your wish was a beautiful demon named Daniel? Would you take a chance?Excerpt from book:Hunter didnt care anymore, he didnt care if April heard him or if anyone else did for that matter, he was too drunk to care or stop himself, “you dont get it, no one does, I couldnt get a girl if my life depended on it because my d*ck is too small. Too small, too small, too small...” he was holding his fingers and inch apart to demonstrate what he thought of his manhood. He started to fall over, but Daniel caught him.The beautiful man held on to Hunters arm as he gave him a piece of advice, “Hunter, all it takes is one wish, and I can change that for you.” Daniel kept his grip on the drunks arm, and tried to keep him from passing out.Hunter only had a few more minutes before he would be out cold, and Daniel knew it. So he tried again, “I cant force you Hunter, but if you want something, all you have to do is throw something in my well and wish for it.”“Wish for it?” Hunter looked confused, and Daniel pulled him up on his feet to stand by the well.“Yes, just wish.” Beautiful face waited to see what Hunter would do.Book Three: CarryoutBook Three of the Wishing Well Series begins where book two left off. Dustin and April have wished to see their friends again and Daniel is faced with challenges of his own, including facing the memories of his long forgotten past.In this book, you find yourself in an abandoned skate park as a new kind of terror rears its ugly head.