Claudia, Lindsay, Gail, Mara, and Jill are about to find out that the old adage is true—they really should be careful what they wish for. At first their book club was like any other: talking, drinking wine, and maybe even discussing the book they’ve read. But when they read a novel about witchcraft and jokingly try one of the spells . . . it works. Naturally the women are freaked out at—they’re not witches! But what could be the harm in lighting some candles and making little wishes? Everyone has wishes—the perfect man, more time to yourself, a little extra cash . . .
When their book club morphs into “Wish Club,” the ladies find their real gift is for conjuring trouble. Their wishes start going awry, and they find themselves in strange, hilarious, and in some cases even dangerous predicaments. But as they search for someone who might be able to help, each of the women begins to discover that she may have the ability to make her own wishes come true.
Kim Strickland is currently a pilot flying Boeing 767s for a major airline. She lives in Chicago with her husband and two sons. This is her first novel.
“Wish Club is a magical delight–a fun, witty read. I hope to see more from Kim Strickland!” –Candace Havens, author of Charmed and Dangerous
Ever wanted something … more from your life? Then you'll want to get to know the women in Wish Club. Whether you're wishing for a man (or a better one), a baby, a more meaningful career, or simply more time to yourself, you'll find the women in this book relatable, realistic, and refreshing. With a surprising twist that makes you wonder, Wish Club is an engrossing, entertaining read about women and the importance–and power–of female relationships. –Kelly James-Enger, author of Did you Get The Vibe? and White Bikini Panties
"A truly enchanting read! I was bespelled by Wish Club from the first page to the last. Kim Strickland is simply magic!" –Tate Hallaway author of Dead Sexy
“Strickland weaves a heartwarming tale of friendship, love and magic–she hits all the right notes with Wish Club.” –Cara Lockwood, author of I Do (But I Don't)