The Accidental Genie

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Penguin, Dec 4, 2012 - Fiction - 352 pages
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She’s all bottled up.

Jeannie Carlyle is a caterer extraordinaire, more than ready to handle any challenge thrown at her. But when her client asks her to open up a rare bottle of gin for a party, Jeannie is shocked when a guy in poofy pants pops out and she gets sucked inside. Trapped in the bottle, Jeannie does the only thing she can think of and uses her cell phone to search the term “paranormal” and finds the number for OOPS—Out in the Open Paranormal Support.

Until he sets her free.

Werewolf Sloan Flaherty isn’t keen on dealing with distraught women, especially since his sister-in-law Marty basically forced him to man the OOPS phones. But when Jeannie calls in a panic, Sloan is the only one available to find Jeannie’s bottle. After giving it a good rub, Jeannie emerges dressed like a character from Arabian Nights and starts calling Sloan “Master.” Now, they need to figure out how to break their unwanted bond, before the wishes Jeannie can’t stop granting get them into more trouble than even the OOPS girls can handle…
 

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User Review  - CAMMD - LibraryThing

It was fantastic! I got a little confused towards the end, people popping up out of no where... Or maybe I keep glossing over their entrances.. (I reread it twice, still did not see it) Read full review

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User Review  - ChachaCenteno - LibraryThing

I absolutely loved the cursed, Bugsy Malone sound-alike flying carpet that lived his previous life as a gangster. A touching and hilarious read, the characters are absolutely endearing, from Djinn to Werewolves and Vampires—even a little Vampini. Read full review

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Chapter1
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
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Dakota Cassidy is the national bestselling author of the "Accidentally Paranormal" series, including The Accidental Werewolf and Accidentally Dead. She lives in Texas.

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