- By Shéa MacLeod

Be Careful What You Wish For

  • Title: Be Careful What You Wish For
  • Author: Shéa MacLeod
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Be Careful What You Wish For Once the Welsh goddess of love and beauty Branwen has lost her powers most of them moved to the middle of nowhere found an obsession for cupcakes and gained twenty pounds okay fifty She s not ha

    Once the Welsh goddess of love and beauty, Branwen has lost her powers most of them , moved to the middle of nowhere, found an obsession for cupcakes, and gained twenty pounds okay, fifty She s not having a good millennium.So when her next door neighbor, cross dresser Ryan Roberts, makes a simple wish, Branwen decides to grant it Ryan is about to find out that where cOnce the Welsh goddess of love and beauty, Branwen has lost her powers most of them , moved to the middle of nowhere, found an obsession for cupcakes, and gained twenty pounds okay, fifty She s not having a good millennium.So when her next door neighbor, cross dresser Ryan Roberts, makes a simple wish, Branwen decides to grant it Ryan is about to find out that where cupcake obsessed ancient goddesses are concerned, you should be careful what you wish for.Length 7500 words Note This novelette originally appeared in The Eclective The Pride Collection as a 2500 word short story

    1 thought on “Be Careful What You Wish For

    1. Es un libro corto, que en mi opinión tiene un claro mensaje de como se desprecia o menosprecia a la mujerEs muy entretenido y se lee en una sentada

    2. 2.5 estrellasEste libro es super corto pero creo que le suma puntos extras su historia un tanto diferente :´p

    3. Be Careful What You Wish For is one of those quick and quirky reads that is a ton of fun. It's the story of a man who wants to be a woman, and the goddess who makes that wish come truey he has no idea what's in store for him.I'm a little biased in that I love anything with goddesses in it, but Shea's story is a breath of fresh air. Witty and well-written, BCWYWF is a great start to a new series of novelettes. The cover is just to-die for, too. I can't wait to read the next!

    4. Wonderful novella that combines clever humor with slice of life (and piece of cake) wisdom about gender roles, identification, and karma. Enjoyable, thought provoking romp through cupcakes, goddess wisdom, and retail therapy. Lots of laugh out loud moments.

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