fairy tale

Review: When Beauty Tamed the Beast by Eloisa James

Review: When Beauty Tamed the Beast by Eloisa Jamesby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: These days kissing a man isn’t anything to write home about, but back in Regency times, merely touching a man meant ruin for the lady in question? In When Beauty Tamed the Beast: A Regency Tale, Linnet Berry Thrynne has been caught kissing a prince of all things, and the […]

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Review: Operation Cinderella by Hope Tarr

Review: Operation Cinderella by Hope Tarrby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Manhattan is the setting for this urban fairytale, and let’s face it, we’ve seen plenty of these novels on the bookshelves recently, as much as there are TV series and movies. Fairy tales seem to be the bread and butter of fiction these days. Macie Graham, a magazine editor is […]

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Review: Beauty is the Beast (Woodcutters Grim Series, Book 7) by Karen Wiesner

Review: Beauty is the Beast (Woodcutters Grim Series, Book 7) by Karen Wiesnerby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes This novel serves as the last in the four book mini series of Woodcutters Grim which has the curse on the Shaussegeny family as the main arc of the story. As the others are roughly based on popular fairy tales, this one deals with Beauty and the Beast. Here Ransom Shaussegeny […]

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Review: One Night of Eternity (Woodcutter’s Grim Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesner

Review: One Night of Eternity (Woodcutter’s Grim Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesnerby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Karen Wiesner has been very busy of late with her new and intriguing novels which are based on certain old fairy tales and nursery rhymes. She has of course, rewritten them for a more modern audience, and a more erotic one too. This novel is the third in a miniseries of […]

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Review: Bewitched (Woodcutters Grim Series, Book 5) by Karen Wiesner

Review: Bewitched (Woodcutters Grim Series, Book 5) by Karen Wiesnerby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Set in the town of Woodcutters Grim, the place concerns all the strange happenings that have happened there for many years, and how they have managed to keep the unusual monsters that reside there at bay for so long, and continue to do so. These are the guardians who have sworn […]

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Review: The Goblin King (Shadowlands Series, Book 1) by Shona Husk

Review: The Goblin King (Shadowlands Series, Book 1) by Shona Huskby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Now, when I first saw this title I thought “Goblin, really?” but I liked the blurb. Boy, am I glad I took a chance! This was an original and dark fairy tale. And yes, a Goblin King can be sexy <G>. More on him later… This is a paranormal romance, but […]

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Review: Healing Luke by Beth Cornelison

Review: Healing Luke by Beth Cornelisonby Keira G

Healing Luke is a modern day retelling of the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast. It’s quick and lighthearted with a few gems revealed towards the end on love and relationships. Luke Morgan was on a boat when it blew up leaving him with burns, one eye, and no thumb on one hand. He […]

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Movie Review: Red Riding Hood starring Gary Oldman, Julie Christie and Virginia Madsen

Movie Review: Red Riding Hood starring Gary Oldman, Julie Christie and Virginia Madsenby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Remember the fairy tale? We all do, this movie is loosely based on it, and starts with two friends Valerie and Peter in the depths of a forest. They find a rabbit thinking it will feed them well over the winter months; but neither of them can kill it. Ten […]

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