Five twists on classic fairy tales from five mesmerizing authors—including “Taken in Death,” a Lieutenant Eve Dallas story from #1 New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb.
Once upon a time, in a world far removed from the days when fairy tales were new, five bestselling authors spin versions that take the classic stories into a new dimension. You’ll recognize Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and other enduring characters, but they’ll exist in realms beyond your imagination, where the familiar is transformed into the extraordinary and otherworldly.
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Hott Review of If Wishes Were Horses:
In If Wishes Were Horses Martha dreams of adventure but her life of servitude is a bit mundane until things he get a bit special.
I really loved the paranormal elements of If Wishes Were Horses. This was a fun and romantic novella to read. A great way to spend the afternoon!!
The only thing that was disappointing was that I thought this was supposed to be spooky or suspenseful, and it wasn’t at all. Plus, I couldn’t figure out which fairy tale this was retelling. Maybe I was just looking too hard. (I did look it up & it’s Goldilocks and the Three Bears.)
However, I’d absolutely read this again – it was a great story!
|Source:||I purchased a Kindle copy of Mirror, Mirror on November 20, 2017 because it was on my calendar to read next for the in Death series 😉|
|Publisher & Date:||September 17th 2013 by Putnam Adult|
|Genre:||Historic Paranormal Romance|
|ISBN:||0399164421 (ISBN13: 9780399164422)|
Raised on the East Coast, my life changed dramatically when I married Paul Blayney. Within six months we moved to a Coast Guard Base in Kodiak, Alaska. It was the first time I had ever been off the east coast. Over the years we lived all over the US including San Francisco; Muskegon, Michigan; San Juan, Puerto Rico and Seattle. Paul’s career gave me the opportunity to experience, in a personal way, the Coast Guard’s search and rescue mission where life and death are no more than a breath apart. These events shape my belief that life is best lived with joy, love and a generous heart. Those convictions are what I most want to share with my readers. Family will always play a strong part in my books since, for me, family relationships are as fundamental as the love between a man and a woman.
Always interested in books about relationships, I chose romance when I began writing because it was one of the few literary forms that welcomed a happy ending. Times have changed and many romance writers have moved on to other genres taking the happy ending with them. As for my plans, I still have dozens of stories to tell in the historical romance genre and anticipate writing Regency-set stories for years to come.
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