15 June 2010

Careful What You Wish For

Careful What You Wish For
Careful What You Wish For (Bedeviled)


Picking up right where we left off in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Dress we find Angel still struggling with who she is. Sure, she's the daughter of the devil. And sure, daddy trades wishes for souls. But she has powers too. She'll grant wishes for free! That'll show him! If she uses her powers for good it'll prove... something? That her anger at him is justified maybe? That it should be easy for him to just up and quit his job. Yeah. She'll show him.

But as the title of the book warns, be careful what you wish for. Or maybe, more accurately, be careful of an ability to grant wishes for others. See, when granting wishes for others you may create a monster. Or at the very least a mess, one you may not be able to undo as there's a technicality here - if something goes wrong, you cannot undo your wish granting, unless the person you've been granting wishes for is willing to have ALL of their wishes undone. But surely when the person Angel is granting wishes for is Gabi, her best friend, nothing can go wrong. Right? Gabi is smart. She'd never want to do anything that could harm Angel. Nothing that could give her identity away. Gabi wouldn't be turned into one of those wish hungry monsters.... would she?

Another fast, fun read in this series. If you've read the others, you won't be disappointed. If you haven't read the others - start with the first and work your way here. I'll be back for the next as this series doesn't yet show any signs of weakening. 5/5 stars

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