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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
Don't Make A Wish by Lizzy Stevens and Steve Miller with Jason and Noah Miller is a charming short story about an unwelcome genie. Tara's grandmother and only living relative has just passed away. Taking a couple of weeks off from work, Tara begins planning the funeral and going through her grandmother's things. A discovery in the attic changes the course of her life in an unprecedented and unpredictable way. Her grandmother left specific instructions to leave an ancient lamp alone, but Tara didn't heed her warning. Now she is faced with a hostile genie with an unkind sense of humor. She doesn't want his stupid wishes, anyway. How does she make the persistent djinn go away without causing them both collateral damage?
A Lost Memory by Lizzy Stevens and Steve Miller is an intriguing fantasy in short story form. Alley has been in some kind of accident and awakens to a place she doesn't remember, to people she doesn't know. She doesn't recall what happened to her, nor does she recognize her home or her parents. Alley has vivid dreams of a pure white horse with wings and a very good-looking man who calls out to her, begging her to return to him. The two fantastic beings continue to haunt her dreams as she struggles with the unknown reality she finds herself in. Which is real - the man of her dreams or her perfect home and loving parents?
Don't Make A Wish by Lizzy Stevens and Steve Miller with Jason and Noah Miller, and A Lost Memory by Lizzy Stevens and Steve Miller are charming fantasy stories with interesting plots and story lines. It is notable that the authors are donating all the proceeds from this book to the Epilepsy Foundation. Both stories are entertaining and enjoyable and I recommend them to those who are fans of the fantasy genre.