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I Dream of You (Zebra Contemporary Romance S.) Mass Market Paperback – 7 Jun 2001
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When her life suddenly erupts in chaos after her fiancT leaves her, Maddie Winston finds a bottle on the beach and is confronted by a devastatingly handsome magician named Ben, who is determined to grant her every wish, in this rollicking romance. Original.
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Ben Able had been trapped for a 1000 years and finally he had a master once more. But this master was a woman and she really didn't want him near her. But he had others plans to convince her that yes he was a genie and that her every wish was his pleasure....
I loved this book by Judi McCoy. Not quite as good as as 'You're The One' but a very entertaining and fun read. A witty and clever romance that is a bit different from the norm, this book is highly recommended. I can't wait for the last book in this 'fairy tale' series!
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Prince Abban ben-Abdullah has been a captive of the floating bottle for a thousand years. Cursed to do the bidding of master after master, "Ben" is more than pleased to find that the beautiful, buxom Maddie is his new master. Granting her every need and every desire is now all the more pleasurable. The only problem is containing this animal passion he's held inside for so long and that Maddie seems to bring out of him every time she's around.
I really enjoyed "I Dream Of You" and encourage romance fans to read it. Already a fan of Judi McCoy's work ("You're The One"), I expected nothing less that perfection with "I Dream Of You" and that's exactly what I got. Maddie is a real woman (no stick figure here), with real problems (cheating fiancé, work troubles) who just needs to find a good man to make her every dream come true. For too long Maddie has had to live up to Trevor's image of the perfect woman...size two and perfect...everything that Maddie is not. She's cut her hair, went on diets and changed her look to satisfy a man who didn't love or respect her. With Ben, she can be herself and be loved for it. And Ben is the perfect man. His passion and his love for Maddie are so true that he doesn't want a thinner, blonder, sexier woman. He has everything he needs in Maddie. The "realism" of Maddie is one of the things that attracted me most to "I Dream Of You". Sure, the sex scenes are great and the storyline is awesome, but the appeal to me lies in the fact that an intelligent, average, size 14 woman can still hook a gorgeous man. It gives us normal girls around the world hope.
Bravo once again to Judi McCoy. Keep `em coming!
*** Again, I found myself totally entertained with both this authors wit and ability to weave a believable plot amongst the fantasy story of a modern day gal faced with a genie ready and willing to accommodate her slightest desire. I've even noticed in this second novel I've read by this author that she doesn't always make the romance easy, but throws in a few curves in order to make it interesting. With a lively dialog, interesting secondary characters, and a very lovely romance this is definitely a book well worth the read. Take it for a lazy afternoon at the beach and perhaps under the right conditions you just might discover your own genie in a bottle.