Silver Screen Dream

Book one in the Djinn's Amulet Series

I just finished reading this lovely tale of soul mates destined to be together and I am a bit disappointed. Don't get me wrong, I loved the story, hence the high rating--the Djinn who was named Johnny was hilarious, Rahul the hero was sexy and sweet, and the heroine, Laura, was just as cute as a bug's ear! But I'm disappointed that it ended so quickly! Every loose end was tied up with a pretty pink bow except for one. I don't want to give away any spoilers, so I won't because honestly, this was a good story and I recommend it to anyone who wants to be caught up in torrential whirlwind of head-over-heels romance but please, Victoria Blisse: Please, PLEASE write book 2 and quickly! Please give Johnny what he craves the most! Please! I couldn't stand it when he didn't get his happy ending! I stomped my foot, pouted, and threw a little tantrum!

I'm not usually a fan of love at first sight tales because I enjoy the thrill of a building romance, the quivering anticipation, and the breath of relief when the characters finally kiss, but this story was both beautiful and sweet. The writing was clear, concise and the plot made complete sense given that a Djinn was involved!


Book Blurb for Silver Screen Dream

When true love conquers all, what is a djinn to do?

Johnny is a djinn, and he has a hard life. His master, Rahul, is a massive Bollywood star who’s run off to England to avoid an arranged marriage, a marriage Johnny has to make happen. It’s his job.

Rahul further complicates matters by falling for a British Bollywood fan, Laura, whom he meets at a film premiere. How can Johnny get his master back to Mumbai to marry the woman to whom he is pledged and away from the English hussy who is steadily taking more and more of his attention?

Johnny will use revenge and jealousy, but how will he cope when true love is thrown into the mix?

Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series. This is book 1 in the series.


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2011 4.25