When Wishes Collide (Wish Series #3)
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In a moment of desperation, two strangers make a wish, only to discover that sometimes a wish can take you down an unexpected path ... straight toward a life-changing love. WHEN WISHES COLLIDE, Book #3 in the WISH Series, is an emotionally compelling and suspenseful contemporary romance by #1 NY Times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy.
Adrianna Cavello's life changed in an instant when a break-in at her restaurant took the life of her boyfriend and left her too traumatized to return to work. Months later, with everything she's ever wanted on the line, Adrianna makes a wish by tossing a coin into a fountain known for making miracles.
Wyatt Randall is also in need of a miracle. Two years earlier, his ex-wife kidnapped their daughter, and Wyatt is desperate to find his little girl. A new lead raises his hopes, but quickly fizzles out. When his coin clashes with another, he sees what little hope he has flying away.
Adrianna and Wyatt soon learn that they have more in common than two coins that collided. In fighting for the lives they lost, they must learn how to trust again. Only then will they discover that meeting each other and falling in love might not be what they wished for, but exactly what they need.
Also Available in the WISH SERIES:
A SECRET WISH (#1)
JUST A WISH AWAY (#2)
WHEN WISHES COLLIDE (#3)
WISH SERIES BOXED SET
(Each book in the WISH Series is a standalone story, but shares the common theme of wishes.)
*** If you enjoy connected series, you may also want to check out Barbara's newest family series, THE CALLAWAYS, each book a mix of love, romance and adventure.
Currently Available in the Callaway Series:
ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS (Callaways #1)
SO THIS IS LOVE (Callaways #2)
FALLING FOR A STRANGER (Callaways #3)
BETWEEN NOW AND FOREVER (Callaways #4)
NOBODY BUT YOU (A Callaway Wedding Novella)
ALL A HEART NEEDS (Callaways #5)
THAT SUMMER NIGHT (Callaways #6)
WHEN SHADOWS FALL (Callaways #7)
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giving him a great big hug. Summer had light brown hair and the green eyes that matched their father. Today, there was a glowing smile on her face, and who could blame her? She'd put off her wedding for over a year because of Stephanie's disappearance. Finally, she'd given in and set a date, something she'd expressed some guilt about. But while he couldn't go on with his life, she needed to go on with hers, and he completely understood her decision. "Thank you for coming," she said. "You're
been like a second home to you, and walking into that restaurant and seeing Will's blood on the ground changed the restaurant from being a safe harbor to being a dangerous, violent place. I wasn't sure that you could get past that." "I wasn't sure either." "But maybe you can," Lindsay said. "I admit I'm a little concerned that Wyatt is using you, and that you're going to get hurt –" "He hasn't made me any promises, Lindsay. I know what's what." "You are a smart girl in a lot of things, but
You'll have a new plan, a fresh point of view." "Just because you say it doesn't make it true," he said cynically. "Oh, come on, Wyatt," she said a little more harshly. "This isn't you. You stay positive. You keep moving forward. You don't quit." "I quit on Jen," he said candidly. "I gave up on her long before the separation or the divorce, even before the first rehab. I don't know when it actually happened – when we stopped giving a damn about each other, but I think it was early on." "Well,