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Æ Read À Fairy Tale Confessions by Tish Thawer À DNF ing this for the moment I haven t enjoyed any of the stories I ve read so far I might pick it up again at some point since I don t want to judge the whole book without reading all the stories I m holing out on hope that there will be one o enjoy but since, so far, I haven t enjoyed it at all, I have no motivation to pick it up right now Hey guys Today I am reviewing Fairy Tale ConfessionsI was so excited to receive and review this book One because I love retelling and I was so excited to see all of the amazing ladies spin on the tales I grew up with Secondly two of my favorite authors wrote a story for this anthology and I couldn t wait to get the chance to read them.
I came into this anthology with no knowledge about the other authors in this anthology in hopes that I would like their short stories and come out with some new books to read Not surprisingly I have found a lot of really interesting authors to read from in the future.
Now back to this anthology The majority of the stories are romance heavy with happy endings but there are also a fewhorror driven stories I think it was about 4 horror What a fantastic collection of creatively rewritten tales I absolutely recommend this collection to EVERYONE.
There are a few of these stories that struck a chord with me, and I want to give them specific shout outs Uncloaked, A Reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood by Wendy Owens This is a whole new spin on LRRH and I adored how the author was able to pull a well known tale and pull it into one of my favorite worlds Faery.
Blayze Ash, A retelling of Beauty an the Beast by Jessica Sorenson this is no Disney movie people It is emotional, raw, sad, and other than a little magic easy to relate to.
Priceless, The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin by Sarah J Pepper Ok, I m going to be honest, I didn t make great notes for this one, but the fact that my note attached to the end was Oh hell yes , you have to understand I loooooooved it I did I just kept bad notes The Snow Quee 5 Crazy Ass Stars I ve been curious to read this particular subgenre for a while so when I was presented with a chance to sign up to review for the blog tour, I jumped at it I absolutely love what I ve read from the collection Below is a quick review of each story in the order that I ve read them.
Rell by Amy Daws was a great twist on one of my all time favorite fairytales Caged by LP Dover gave me new perspective on Rapunzel and I got to say I like this adult version.
Awakened by Kristen Strassel was a vamped out Sleeping Beauty It was different but I enjoyed this sexy tale.
Next Cinderella, my other all time favorite tale is Alice in Wonderland Elizabeth Montgomery did a great job with Casting Crowns and Other Curious Things This is my favorite in the collection so f DNF ing this for the moment I haven t enjoyed any of the stories I ve read so far I might pick it up again at some point since I don t want to judge the whole book without reading all the stories I m holing out on hope that there will be one o enjoy but since, so far, I haven t enjoyed it at all, I have no motivation to pick it up right now Hey guys Today I am reviewing Fairy Tale ConfessionsI was so excited to receive and review this book One because I love retelling and I was so excited to see all of the amazing ladies spin on the tales I grew up with Secondly two of my favorite authors wrote a story for this anthology and I couldn t wait to get the chance to read them.
I came into this anthology with no knowledge about the other authors in this anthology in hopes that I would like their short stories and come out with some new books to read Not surprisingly I have found a lot of really interesting authors to read from in the future.
Now back to this anthology The majority of the stories are romance heavy with happy endings but there are also a fewhorror driven stories I think it was about 4 horror What a fantastic collection of creatively rewritten tales I absolutely recommend this collection to EVERYONE.
There are a few of these stories that struck a chord with me, and I want to give them specific shout outs Uncloaked, A Reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood by Wendy Owens This is a whole new spin on LRRH and I adored how the author was able to pull a well known tale and pull it into one of my favorite worlds Faery.
Blayze Ash, A retelling of Beauty an the Beast by Jessica Sorenson this is no Disney movie people It is emotional, raw, sad, and other than a little magic easy to relate to.
Priceless, The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin by Sarah J Pepper Ok, I m going to be honest, I didn t make great notes for this one, but the fact that my note attached to the end was Oh hell yes , you have to understand I loooooooved it I did I just kept bad notes The Snow Quee 5 Crazy Ass Stars I ve been curious to read this particular subgenre for a while so when I was presented with a chance to sign up to review for the blog tour, I jumped at it I absolutely love what I ve read from the collection Below is a quick review of each story in the order that I ve read them.
Rell by Amy Daws was a great twist on one of my all time favorite fairytales Caged by LP Dover gave me new perspective on Rapunzel and I got to say I like this adult version.
Awakened by Kristen Strassel was a vamped out Sleeping Beauty It was different but I enjoyed this sexy tale.
Next Cinderella, my other all time favorite tale is Alice in Wonderland Elizabeth Montgomery did a great job with Casting Crowns and Other Curious Things This is my favorite in the collection so f This is a fantastic compilation of stories for those who are lovers of the fairy tale classics we have all grown up with These authors have a wondrous knack for taking the fairy tales near and dear to our hearts and twisting them into deliciously dark or seductively romantic tales that make us fall in love with them all over again There were paranormal twists to favorites like Sleeping Beauty and the Twelve Dancing Princesses and we even were able to fall in love with a certain sexy handsome incubus demon in the likes of Rumpelstiltskin.
I loved being able to read these stories in a new light, it was so much fun and evenexciting then the first time you hear these stories as a child I would have to say that my stand out favorites were Priceless Rumplestiltskin , Blayze Ash Beauty the Beast and The Snow Queen The Snow Queen in particular It s2.
5 starsI was expecting somethingfrom this one because it s a book full of retelling, how could not I There was something good in here, but not so much.
Unloacked 2.
5 the idea was really good and original, and the stalker lycan was fantastic But the ending was sooooo plain Blayze Ash 3 it was not bad and the characters seem good but it wasn t original or really good.
Dance with me 3 It was ok.
The little mermaid 2.
5 plain and boring.
Awakened 2.
5 I really can t remember this one, and on my notes I written just 2.
5 so 2.
5 it is Priceless 5 I loved this one It s original, dark, sexy and intriguing And the characters are good The Snow Queen 2.
5 the idea was intersting, but the story was meh.
Caged 3 again, the idea was original but the story was ok.
Puss in Boots 4.
5 this one was good too Rell 3 unoriginal and really, really classic, but not too badCasting Crowns Fourteen Bestselling Authors Twist Up Your Favorite Tales Will Your Favorite Have A Happily Ever After Get Ready To Meet Some Sexy, Not So Valiant Princes, Punk Rock Princesses, Villains Turned Heroes, And Truly Vile Monsters Wreaking Havoc Within Our Favorite TalesRead About Dancing Princesses Getting Their Groove On In A Disco Club, A Seriously Sexy Rumpelstiltskin, And One Alluring Puss In Boots, Plus Many, Many Captivating Characters In These Fourteen All New Short Stories This Collection And Its Authors Are Being Featured At The Twisted Fairy Tale Mixer At RT In Vegas, Hosted By Sarah J Pepper And Tish Thawer Be Sure To Get Your Copy And Stop By If You Re Attending The Event Fairy Tale Confessions is the retelling of fourteen classic fairy tales All of these stories were amazing I seriously could not put down my iPad because I wanted to finish these stories Each story made their specific fairy tale their own with a modern take on it and the authors did not disappoint Each author made their own story unique and stand out What I liked the best was the strong female characters More stories need strong female characters I truly enjoyed them all I will confess that this anthology introduced me to authors that I did not know about, I will definitely be checking out their works and their social media pages I thought that each story flowed very nicely My only complaint with the book is I wan Fairy Tale Confessions gives you fourteen entertaining twists on fairy tales we all remember from our past It is the perfect read, especially for this time of year, for those who are fans of supernatural or paranormal elements to go along with your romances Elements of dark also turn up in theses shorts, making them very much for the adult.
This is a must read, again because I enjoy Autumn and Halloween, I think it is a perfect read for this time of the year It s hard to pick which stories stick out I did enjoy Sarah J Pepper s version of Rumpelstilskin, as well as Shannon Morton s The Snow Queen Oh, and I adore Tish Thawer Go get this adventurous anthology NOW Fairy Tale Confessions By by Tish Thawer, Sarah J Pepper, Amy Daws, L.
P Dover, Elizabeth Montgomery, Shannon Morton, Brynn Myers, Wendy Owens, Cameo Renae, Kellie Sheridan, Jessica Sorensen, Kristen Strassel, K.
R Wilburn, M Clarke Fourteen bestselling authors twist up your favorite tales Will your favorite have a happily ever after Get ready to meet some sexy, not so valiant princes, punk rock princesses, villains turned heroes, and truly vile monsters wreaking havoc within our favorite tales.
Read about Dancing Princesses getting their groove on in a disco club, a seriously sexy Rumpelstiltskin, and one alluring Puss in Boots, plus many, manycaptivating characters in these fourteen all new short stories This c



It s2.
5 starsI was expecting somethingfrom this one because it s a book full of retelling, how could not I There was something good in here, but not so much.
Unloacked 2.
5 the idea was really good and original, and the stalker lycan was fantastic But the ending was sooooo plain Blayze Ash 3 it was not bad and the characters seem good but it wasn t original or really good.
Dance with me 3 It was ok.
The little mermaid 2.
5 plain and boring.
Awakened 2.
5 I really can t remember this one, and on my notes I written just 2.
5 so 2.
5 it is Priceless 5 I loved this one It s original, dark, sexy and intriguing And the characters are good The Snow Queen 2.
5 the idea was intersting, but the story was meh.
Caged 3 again, the idea was original but the story was ok.
Puss in Boots 4.
5 this one was good too Rell 3 unoriginal and really, really classic, but not too badCasting Crowns This is a fantastic compilation of stories for those who are lovers of the fairy tale classics we have all grown up with These authors have a wondrous knack for taking the fairy tales near and dear to our hearts and twisting them into deliciously dark or seductively romantic tales that make us fall in love with them all over again There were paranormal twists to favorites like Sleeping Beauty and the Twelve Dancing Princesses and we even were able to fall in love with a certain sexy handsome incubus demon in the likes of Rumpelstiltskin.
I loved being able to read these stories in a new light, it was so much fun and evenexciting then the first time you hear these stories as a child I would have to say that my stand out favorites were Priceless Rumplestiltskin , Blayze Ash Beauty the Beast and The Snow Queen The Snow Queen in particular Fairy Tale Confessions is the retelling of fourteen classic fairy tales All of these stories were amazing I seriously could not put down my iPad because I wanted to finish these stories Each story made their specific fairy tale their own with a modern take on it and the authors did not disappoint Each author made their own story unique and stand out What I liked the best was the strong female characters More stories need strong female characters I truly enjoyed them all I will confess that this anthology introduced me to authors that I did not know about, I will definitely be checking out their works and their social media pages I thought that each story flowed very nicely My only complaint with the book is I wan Fairy Tale Confessions gives you fourteen entertaining twists on fairy tales we all remember from our past It is the perfect read, especially for this time of year, for those who are fans of supernatural or paranormal elements to go along with your romances Elements of dark also turn up in theses shorts, making them very much for the adult.
This is a must read, again because I enjoy Autumn and Halloween, I think it is a perfect read for this time of the year It s hard to pick which stories stick out I did enjoy Sarah J Pepper s version of Rumpelstilskin, as well as Shannon Morton s The Snow Queen Oh, and I adore Tish Thawer Go get this adventurous anthology NOW Fairy Tale Confessions By by Tish Thawer, Sarah J Pepper, Amy Daws, L.
P Dover, Elizabeth Montgomery, Shannon Morton, Brynn Myers, Wendy Owens, Cameo Renae, Kellie Sheridan, Jessica Sorensen, Kristen Strassel, K.
R Wilburn, M Clarke Fourteen bestselling authors twist up your favorite tales Will your favorite have a happily ever after Get ready to meet some sexy, not so valiant princes, punk rock princesses, villains turned heroes, and truly vile monsters wreaking havoc within our favorite tales.
Read about Dancing Princesses getting their groove on in a disco club, a seriously sexy Rumpelstiltskin, and one alluring Puss in Boots, plus many, manycaptivating characters in these fourteen all new short stories This c

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