Western Wishes

Western Wishes Dream Agency Series How does a Djinn with a need to feed on human emotions survive in the modern world Only emotions produced as a result of his own actions are suitable sustenance but granting wishe

  • Title: Western Wishes
  • Author: Emma Jaye
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  • Page: 182
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  • Dream Agency Series How does a Djinn with a need to feed on human emotions survive in the modern world Only emotions produced as a result of his own actions are suitable sustenance, but granting wishes in public has been backfiring on his kind for centuries The answer is to hide his nature under a scientific guise, after all its amazing what hypnosis can accomplish.WestDream Agency Series How does a Djinn with a need to feed on human emotions survive in the modern world Only emotions produced as a result of his own actions are suitable sustenance, but granting wishes in public has been backfiring on his kind for centuries The answer is to hide his nature under a scientific guise, after all its amazing what hypnosis can accomplish.Western Wishes Dream Agency 1 Life as a faceless office worker in London, is lonely for a painfully shy wallflower who is paranoid that someone is watching her every move Finding out that she had an ancestor with the same name, a woman that led a romantic and important life in the Old West, leads her to an experience of a lifetime, only it isn t her life.In hindsight, maybe agreeing to a totally authentic experience wasn t as good an idea as the people at the Agency had insisted Mind numbing terror and pain, didn t fit into the enjoyable category as far as she was concerned, but perhaps someone else was getting of a kick out of this than the client On the other hand she has to admit that getting to know her leading man was quite another matter.

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    1. E.Jaye - Western WishesFirstly, I enjoyed this story very much. It had an interesting premise. It is based on the idea of a Djinn who has adapted to the modern way of life to avoid imprisonment. He provides a popular “therapy” service and becomes an enabler for the fantasies of human beings. I don’t want to give too much away and spoil it, but it certainly is different. The main female character, Mary Cooper, is intelligent but doesn’t speak much (to avoid stuttering) and is very mousey. [...]

    2. I have to admit that at my very old age (early 50s) I haven't managed to get around to reading any erotica yet, so this book came as a bit of a 'ooo what's going on here', hehehe.I loved the plot and enjoyed the paranormal side of this story.I enjoyed the erotica bits too, it was a nice change to the full on fantasy adventure I normally read. I thought the scenery settings were wonderful and very descriptive. I really felt like I was in the Wild West, not that I know what that would have felt li [...]

    3. I didn't know what to expect when I first started reading Western Wishes. I thought it was mythical given the title and cover (not complaining). I was surprised when it started out as a sci-fi. Mary Cooper is a very timid girl who is super, super shy, not exactly the kind of heroine I usually relate to. Her ancestor/alter-ego Mary Tyler, however, is much more likable. She could have been considered a feminist of her time! Adam Cooper, the bad boy, is the hot, masculine hero who challenges Mary a [...]

    4. Great story.The dream agency is a fantastic concept with limitless scope for future stories. The heroine, Mary Tyler sizzled off the pages -love feisty girls and it was fun following this character’s romantic adventures. The author does warn that this story is for mature readers and with good reason. At one part my toes curled and I wasn’t completely comfortable with the subject matter, but I understand it was critical to the plot. There were some editing issues, but the story sweeps over th [...]

    5. Mary is a shy, stuttering girl who seeks out the services of the Dream Agency, a secretive institution that promises to fulfill their clients' every desire through hypnosis. Seeking to fulfill her dream of experiencing the life of her strong and independent namesake who lived in the wild west, she finds romance, danger, and her own voice as she makes her way through the Dream Agency's carefully crafted old west world.This was fun read with a surprising twist. Jaye's ability to inject character i [...]

    6. I received this book for free in exchange for posting an honest review.When I first started reading the book my first thoughts were that I just could not see this premise working. I am happy to admit that I was wrong. After Mary's session started I was immediately pulled into the book. Mary became very real to me and I could not wait to see what was going to happen to her next. I was enthralled by the storyline and my Kobo couldn't turn the pages fast enough for me. An excellent book, one I will [...]

    7. Good book! Not my typical genre, but a fantastically sexy peek into the world of historical romance and wish fulfillment.

    8. Western Wishes is the fantastic beginning of the Dream Agency series. It has much to offer to readers; suspense, action, mystery and pulse-pounding erotica. E. Jaye’s realistic and well-written characters quickly draw the reader in while her visual writing spins the pages of this novel. In Western Wishes, Jaye initiates the reader to the Dream Agency, a mysterious corporation founded by a powerful being. Using hypnosis, this ancient entity feeds itself on human emotion and transports the reade [...]

    9. I came back to write this review after reading the others in the series, and in conclusion its a tantalising first glimpse into this series. The main story is steamy romance with a handsome hero, and a gutsy woman trying to make her way in a male dominated world. The paranormal sub-plot adds a glimpse into the series, after all who wouldn't want their wishes to come true?In this case, that applies to the heroine as without giving away the plot too much, some seriously scary things happen to her, [...]

    10. Western wishes had much more than what I was expecting. Thinking it to be mostly an erotic romance novel based on the cover and what little I knew of the author I was mildly surprised when I found the additional layer of the Djinn. Maybe I should have known based on the genie lamp on the cover but I missed it. Of course the romance and graphic scenes were the main gist of the book but it was all set around a very interesting idea of using hypnotism to allow people to enjoy their fantasy and like [...]

    11. I downloaded this title as part of my free trial if Kindle Unlimited. It didn't disappoint. First of all, I LOVE unusual or unique premises. There are so many overdone paranormals out there and this one was a refreshing change. The author is British so I don't know if this reference carries over the pondbut it reminded me heavily of the old T.V. show Fantasy Island. The main character signs up to have her fantasy fulfilled by a mysterious organization called The Dream Agency. Her fantasy is to r [...]

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