Naughty Fairy Tales [NOOK Book]

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Have you ever wondered...

...what happened to Alice after she came out of the rabbit hole? Ten years have gone by since that innocent, accidental venture. But Alice couldn't resist meeting old friends again. Will she finally catch the White Rabbit this time around? What of her friendship with the Cheshire Cat? As for Queen Scarlett of Hearts, she is after Alice as well and ...
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Naughty Fairy Tales

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Overview

Have you ever wondered...

...what happened to Alice after she came out of the rabbit hole? Ten years have gone by since that innocent, accidental venture. But Alice couldn't resist meeting old friends again. Will she finally catch the White Rabbit this time around? What of her friendship with the Cheshire Cat? As for Queen Scarlett of Hearts, she is after Alice as well and will stop at nothing until Alice is hers. Alice seems to be in more trouble than she ever was.

...what would happen should Snow White find shelter in a house with seven handsome men, after running away from a stepmother intent on killing her? She strikes a deal with them, in exchange for their silence. Seven men, seven days a week, a girl couldn't find herself in more delicious situations than this!

...what happened to Emma after she was gifted with the ability to produce a flower or precious jewel every time she speaks? When her mother drove her out of the house because of it, was the gift still a thing to be treasured or has it turned into a curse?

...about Red Riding Hood's real story? Wolf follows her through the forest hoping to make her his next tasty meal. The last thing either one of them expected was for sparks to fly. With Geoffrey Hunter hot on their trail, who will get to Grandmother’s house first?

...if Beauty really tamed the Beast? Or did he bring out the wildness in her? After Linda hears her father’s ramblings about a monster in a far off chateau, she decides to see this creature for herself. What--or who--she finds there is more than she had bargained for.

…how Cinderella really got to the ball? With the help of a meddling aunt, Marie makes her way to the ball and falls in love with the prince and gets more than she bargained for.

…the true story behind The Three Heads of the Well? Amelia hates her new stepmother. So she decides to leave the castle, the only home she has ever known and tries to make her own fortune, with the help of a new friend.

Bedtime just got more exciting!
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Editorial Reviews

Monica .
4/5 CUPS

"…very creatively written. The fairy tales we read…as kids have now become very interesting erotic short stories. You have Beauty and the Beast, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Alice in Wonderland and much more. Rose wrote these short stories as if they could have been made as an adult short story flick."
Gabrielle .
4/5 HEARTS

"I loved the original fairy tales as a child and as a grownup I enjoyed these new and different versions of them. I enjoyed the adult twists on all these stories. Each one transports you to a world of magic and true love. How could one not enjoy that? If you are looking for a little more from the fairy tales that you grew up with then this is the book for you."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609823801
  • Publisher: Excessica Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/24/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 750,185
  • File size: 769 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2012

    DUMMIES

    Red riding hood is not like that. This is the real story.
    Red's gramma finds'The North Wind' , a magical kazoo that blows a wind so hard it takes the insanity away from people. Gramma uses it on a rabid wolf to make sure it works. Then she puts the spirit in a jar. Red has had problems with insanity since she was a baby. Once she's there, her gramma puts her in a cage, and starts to use it on her. Two woodsmen hear her scream and one runs to save her. Then he knocks over the jar and the evil spirit of the wolf comes out and consumes him. Im sorry i forgot what happens next. Yeesh its hard typing on this thing. Sorry 4 any typos. :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2012

    Good

    It was an extrodinarily well written collection of classic fairy tails. The only negative i had with it was that the "steamy scenes" seemed almost out of place. A good buy definitely, just ended up not being what i expected.

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  • Posted January 9, 2011

    A New Twist on Fairy Tales

    This book gave us the alternate sizzling endings of some classic fairy tales. This book was well written and will be a nice addition to my library.

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