The Magical Girl Series

The Magical Girl Series is the story of Vilvian Hikari Matsunaga, an 18-year-old girl trying to come to grips with the loss of her mother. A mysterious parcel shows up on her doorstep, inside it is a jar with origami paper. Thinking it was her best friend, Kai, who ordered it for her as a way to distract her from her grief she begins to fold origami lucky stars. After folding 365 stars, she unconsciously makes a wish…

Do wishes really come true? You’ll have to read the books to find out!

Paper Wishes (The Magical Girl Series Book 1)

Paper Wishes (The Magical Girl Series, #1) | Tapas Edition Cover


While mourning the loss of her mother, Vilvian makes a wish that will change her life.

“There is a belief that with each origami star folded, a falling star is saved. After folding 365 stars while mourning the loss of her mother, Vilvian makes a wish that will change her life forever.

Enter Nox Bright – the handsome and mysterious guy who has been haunting Vilvian’s dreams. She can barely believe it when he walks into her homeroom near the end of the school year. Has she gone crazy or is it possible that wishes really do come true?”

Paper Wings (The Magical Girl Series Book 2)

Paper Wings (The Magical Girl Series, #2) | Wattpad Edition Cover


(Tentative synopsis)

Back on track with her longtime best friend, Kai, engaged to her literal dream boyfriend, Nox, and training hard with Tsubasa at learning what it means to be a Magical Girl, everything in Vilvian’s life seems to be perfect. But is it?

“As Vilvian works hard at honing her magical abilities, she discovers that things are not always what they seem. Old friends can be secret enemies, enemies can quickly become new friends, and that sometimes, the love of your life has been in your life may have been in front of you the whole time.”

Meteor Garden (A Magical Girl Series Novel)

Meteor Garden (A Magical Girl Series Novel)


Ever since her mother walked out on their family when she was 10 years old, Maya Matsunaga’s world has revolved around the people she loves most: her hapless single father and her best friend, Eri Kurisu. Uninterested in the pain that comes with romantic love, she instead chooses to focus on familial and platonic love. However, one day while watching her Eri be lovey-dovey with her long-time boyfriend, Takuya, Maya begins to hope that perhaps there is room for romance in her life after all.