This book is five short stories, and it's always a challenge to give any depth to the characters in such limited time and make the reader care about them. That summarizes my main dissatisfaction about this book: I did not find the characters likable at all and ended up annoyed and skimming over large parts, just to get over with it.
But I'm trying to be generous, so let's start by the good parts:
1- The author has potential on how to make her female characters stand out from each other. I appreciated reading about one heroine who was overweight. There was definitely a difference between the big-breasted bartender who served in a bar since age five and the nerdy Chemist and the two air-heads from book 1 and 5. I wish she could enhance that and extrapolate it to other characters (the male leads were very unbelievable and flat). Raine's hippie mother and sisters made me smile a little.
2- Once in a blue moon, a joke made me smile. The rest of the time they made me cringe or left me flat.
3- It deserves to be mentioned again: I appreciated Raine, the overweight heroine. Even if her story was the most cliche and unbelievable of all: "the ugly girl who steals the heart of the handsome movie star in ways impossible to explain "
4- I liked the way each story introduced the next story's main character and they all were connected to the wishing fountain.
Now, what's wrong? Too much to list. Ridiculously immature heroines I wanted to slap. Cliche situations. Horrendous attempts of humor making me wince in pain every page. Poorly developed characters with no dimension and no real growth. Cliche villains. Unimpressive sex scenes (actually pretty bad). I must've gotten wrinkles from so much cringing. I may have lost a few years of life.
In summary: If I could turn the clock back, I would skip this one. Do yourself a favor and skip it even if it's free.