The Wish Makers, Book Four
Everyone deserves happiness. Is Robin the exception?
The cross-country move was supposed to be a fresh start for Robin Westmore, the chance to reinvent himself like his parents promised. Except they’re too wrapped up in their new jobs to notice that nothing has changed. In fact, on the first day at his new high school Robin ends up face-to-face with the school’s biggest bully. The exact wrong place at the exact wrong moment and right back into the role of victim.
Hopeless, Robin wishes for it all to stop. It’s childish, wishing on a dandelion, and he knows it won’t help, but things couldn’t possibly get worse. Then hippie genie Desiree grants his wish, a guarantee that now his life will change.
It will, but things always get worse before they get better when magical wishes are involved. Robin can’t take one more minute, though, and finds his own way out.