The Wish - Sasha Blake Reviews
Description:ISBN 055381916X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sasha Blake / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-19 by Bantam Books (Transworld ... more
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The Arlington family are the biggest gaming family in Las Vegas. Frank and Sofia Arlington run the show whilst their son, Ben, desires to break free and make it out on his own - just when his father announces his promotion. Daughter Ariel longs to show her parents that she's just as good as Ben, despite being a girl, and after being passed over for promotion - in favour of Ben - decides it's time to show her parents she's more than an airhead. Meanwhile, a figure from Sofia's past, Bessie Edwards, is threatening to destabilise the entire Arlington family in one fell swoop and reclaim what is rightfully hers, but Sofia is not about to let that happen at all and sets about Read the complete review
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