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REVIEW – Careful What You Ask For (Chattanooga Supernaturals #3) by Candace Blevins five-stars

When a wolf mates with a human, the child is nearly always a wolf. Briana was raised as a werewolf, but puberty hit and she never changed. She’s persuaded a few wolves to bite her, but it never took. At nineteen, she’s going to give it a final try. This time, she’ll ask someone who was bitten instead of being born to it, to see if it makes a difference.

She grew up welcome in the Pack until she was branded a human. Her developing teenage psyche was wounded by their rejection, and she holds nothing but ill will for the Pack and all it stands for. However, it’s fine for a human to glare at the Alpha and tell him he isn’t the boss of her. Trying it as a wolf is another story. She’s determined to make a go of it as a lone wolf, but Randall — the local Alpha — has other ideas, despite the fact she’s property of his brother’s motorcycle club.

Briana was raised to be a werewolf and she finally feels whole, but the transition is different for everyone. She understands supernatural politics, but she’s going to have to maneuver through the highest levels of them as a brand new wolf still struggling for control.

5 Stars

Amazing I’m wowed. I didn’t have a problem at all giving Careful What You Ask For five stars.
Reading the books before this one only sets the foundation for a continuous awesome stories.
A intermingle of shifters, the fact that we get to see previous characters we fell in love with
Makes it that much more fun.

This has to be my favorite book in the series. (smiles). Patrick whew O.M.G. he is pretty much a dream wrapped in a dual package of human and wolf. I really loved his thought process and how he explained things ahead of time. His patience to me was unending. I think he earned the place he is in by intelligence, know how, care and power.

Brianna took me a minute to warm up to, it wasn’t because of her past (nope you have to remember on your own)but something was just off to me for her, but almost through the book it just dinged. Her strength and her fight to be herself and maintain her own life was blue ribbon worthy.

I really really love the Amakosi, I think the Abbott is all about dreamy, Randall hmmm he needs a female in his life to shake him up a bit.

A amazing read, I loved everything about it. I recommend it and I’m more than sure you will enjoy.

five-stars