Be Careful What You Wish For

Be Careful What You Wish For Ana is in a rut For years she had been focused on trying to carve out a niche for herself in a competitive male dominated scientific world On her nd birthday she finally takes a step back and re

  • Title: Be Careful What You Wish For
  • Author: C.P. Santi
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ana is in a rut For years, she had been focused on trying to carve out a niche for herself in a competitive, male dominated, scientific world On her 32nd birthday, she finally takes a step back and realises her life is boring With a little prodding from her friends, she decides to shake things up She vows that this is the year she ll finally capture the heart ofAna is in a rut For years, she had been focused on trying to carve out a niche for herself in a competitive, male dominated, scientific world On her 32nd birthday, she finally takes a step back and realises her life is boring With a little prodding from her friends, she decides to shake things up She vows that this is the year she ll finally capture the heart of Daniel Sato, the research associate she s secretly loved for ages So she makes a birthday wish to finally fall in love with someone with being the operative word But then, she hadn t counted on crossing paths with hunky and opinionated actor Ken Nakamura Be careful what you wish for Fate always answers even if it isn t exactly the answer that we were hoping for Find out how even the best laid plans go awry when the paths of two very different people suddenly collide.

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    About " C.P. Santi "

  • C.P. Santi

    C P Santi is a Filipina writer based in Tokyo, Japan She is a wife to an engineer indie songwriter and is a full time mom to two energetic boys She loves cooking, baking, eating chocolate, watching J doramas, singing at karaoke, and running around the house playing tickle tag She also loves dreaming up stories about the people she meets.In another life, she is also an architect and academic.C P Santi blogs about writing and creative stuff at thejapayukichronicles You can also view her other works in progress at wattpad user cpsanti

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  • Fun, cute, kilig!This is the second book I've read from CP Santi. I adored the first one - When Cocoy Becomes Kikay - so I bought this one right after. I loved that it's set in Japan! I just wanted more descriptions and even more of the Japanese feel, but maybe I should just hop on a plane and go there myself. Haha! I also really liked Ana. Her spunk, her wit, her personality, everything about her made Ken's love for her believable. I also thought Ken was adorable, but he's meant to be and the a [...]


  • There was something intriguing and exciting about this book when I first read the synopsis. I’m always psyched to read stories about Filipino expats and with Be Careful What You Wish For happening in Japan of all places (one of my dream destinations), there was something serendipitous about this book falling into my hands.The story is something akin to a popular J-Drama: a sweet and good-natured woman (Ana Madrigal) is in love with someone close to her (in this case, her colleague Daniel Sato) [...]


  • I received a copy of the book from CP Santi’s birthday giveaway a few months ago but it wasn’t until last week that i have decided to really go and finish it. The work week was beginning to look like a drag and i knew i needed a good book to shake of the bad vibes after a long day in the office.Okay, I had to admit, I had second thoughts about reading the book after seeing the blurb. Being a kpop fan that went into a phase of staying up until 4 in the morning even on school days just to read [...]


  • Ana is a Filipina physicist based on Japan and has just turned 32. She was supposed to have a great night with her friends, but her birthday celebration turned sour when she saw the man of her dreams, Dan, with a buxom lady in her arms. Totally hurt and confused, Ana drank to her heart's desire as she nursed her broken heart. Her friends encouraged her to be more daring and look for a man who would replace Dan in her heart. A few weeks, an airport and a bikini in an orange-colored luggage later, [...]


  • I love josei manga! And Be Careful What You Wish For reminded me of josei manga. The story is a classic geek and famous guy plot and, to be honest, I was disappointed at how I could easily put it down and forget about it for months. But I’m truly happy that I pick it up again.I unenthusiastically start reading from the beginning again, but after passing 20% of the story my interest doubled, and by fifty percent I nearly go around the apartment with the kindle on my hand. Though I was a bit dis [...]


  • I love it the first time I read it, and I love it the second time I read it!!! C.P. Santi has given "innocently sexy" a new meaning. This may not be your usual steamy-hot erotic read, but surely your imagination will be bursting with excitement. For Filipinos, especially the women. When you're not married when you're in your 30s, well that's a cause for ALARM. Yes all caps for emphasis. So when Anna celebrated her 32nd birthday, still unmarried and hopelessly in love with Dan, her friends sugges [...]


  • Highly recommended fun read. It so reminds me of josei manga, which makes it even better. While I think that the POV jumping could be toned down and the frenetic pacing of the second half could be refined, at no point did these things make me want to put the book down. I wanted to know what happens next, gaddermit, and I still do. I'm still in a book hangover and I'd like to linger in it, thank you.


  • (I started this book in March 2017 and wound up re-starting it in March 2018. And I just happened to be in Japan — the book’s setting. How cool is that?!)I went into this feeling hopeful because it had all my favorite plot tropes in the mix: pretend bf/gf, celebrity with non-celebrity and making someone jealous. I know, I’m horrible. (But am I really?) Hey, we all have guilty pleasure plot tropes right? The problem with these kinds of tropes, in my opinion, is transition. I need to see tha [...]


  • DNF at 16%. TRIGGER WARNING FOLKS: gay slurs and moreThe heroine has a male gay friend. But he seems to exist in a world void of any other gay people, he's there just to be a helpful pal to single women. The author says he is "gayer" than all three of his cishet female friends. Then, she calls him "transgender" but in a manner that makes it clear she thinks that's a term for gay, not trans. Lastly, she describes the male cishet love interest this way: "Ken Nakamura was one of the manliest Japane [...]


  • Be Careful What You Wish left me feeling disconnected from the characters and bored at the obvious plot line.The story takes off when scientist, Ana Madrigal, is photographed speaking to celebrity, Ken Nakamura, after their luggage is accidentally switched at the airport. Media outlets soon run wild speculating about who the mystery woman is and how she is linked to Japan’s hottest celebrity. Ken’s recent breakup causes his manager to suggest he pretend to be in a relationship with the studi [...]


  • Fun romance novella, with kilig levels sustained all through out. Truly loved Ana (and her curly hair). More thoughts soon.


  • Be Careful What You Wish For was the perfect book for me during my breaks at work because I've been so tired the past three days. It was exactly the kind of light reading I needed to relax and recharge.Yes, the actor/dreamboat character-meets-ordinary-person-and-they-fall-in-love is such a cliche, but the romantic in me cannot help but read it anyway. It helped that going into the book, I already had my expectations that this was going to be a fluffy story; what I didn't expect was that I'd be s [...]


  • I was J-dorama starved when I first read the blurb for this book. I still am (God knows 24 hours is not enough for all the wonderful things in life), but this book quelled my hunger for feels that only a good fast-paced drama plot and an ikemen lead can give. And although my favorite girl-next-door meets superstar story will always be Rain and Song Hyekyo's Full House, CP Santi's take on the trope was refreshing and sweet.Maybe because I've never read about anyone like a Ana Madrigal, an indepen [...]


  • This is an absolutely cute story! I was entertained, I was excited. It's something you'll gobble down in just one sitting. I like that it's fast-paced, and I adored the characters so much (even the minor ones).Distinguishing some of the characters' names from the others at first was quite a challenge but I'm okay with that. I also don't mind the shifts in perspective. I always liked seeing two sides to a story. And plus, plus points for the humor! Thanks for taking me to Japan. :)


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