Author: Nick S Howard
Buy Link: Buy Be Careful What You Wish For Here!
Rating: You Want/Need To Read
Reviewed By: Donna
Fairy Godmothers don’t always know what’s best. Or do they?
“If love is pain, I want to be hurt!”
It must have been her distress over being dumped by Sir Justin that made Princess Lilly less than precise expressing her wish to her Fairy Godmother. Otherwise, she would not have ended up the indignant prisoner of Sir Gawain, a vile knight who wouldn’t know how to properly treat a princess if the instructions whacked him upside his armored helm.
She should be angry, but she has no one to blame but herself, and no way out. The Kidnapping of Damsel Laws are very specific—once she is taken, she has no choice but to submit to his seduction. Every kiss, caress…and spanking.
Still, she’s determined not to make it easy for him. If he thinks he will bend her to his delicious…no, barbaric intentions, he has a serious flaw in his logic. Yet as he carefully executes his plan of exquisitely pain-laced pleasure, she finds her body responding quite against her will. And her mind racing with immoral thoughts that threaten her jealously guarded virtue.
Until there is a very small, tiny, remote possibility that Sir Gawain might win her hand…
Warning: Beware, here be a dragon lurking. Contains the repeated exposure and abuse of a princess’s sensitive skin. Readers with gentle sensibilities may find themselves breaking out in a most un-princess-like sweat, but fear not—the heroine retains her virtue. Er, at least until she’s the one tying the last knot…
A short, erotic fairy tale, Be Careful What You Wish For is, quite frankly, hilarious. The new KOD laws layout kidnapping of damsels quite nicely. But there are also laws about DIDs and SODs, not to mention the DUSes. It’s all rather straining for a princess to keep track of while maintaining her figure, her posture and her poise…while naked…being spanked.
This book was so much fun. I laughed until I thought I was going to cry. If ever there was a stereotypical “true blonde” princess, this is the book about her. While the story is well written, there were a handful of typos that caused a bit of confusion, but overall, it was a highly entertaining read!