Froggy Style

Froggy Style

by J.A. Kazimer
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Froggy Style 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
skyla11377 More than 1 year ago
Review Of Froggy Style By J.A. Kazimer OMG, Froggy Style was just as PHENOMENAL as the first book in the series Curses!. Jean-Michel La Grenouille a.k.a. Kermit is such a funny character. I can't tell you the amount of times I literally laughed out loud. Don't get me wrong Princess Sleeping Beauty Vaniteuse and Lollie Bliss have some very funny things to say as well. I don't know how J.A. does it. She turns old fairy tale favorites into one heck of a hysterical story. She is a comic genius when she puts paper to pen (or fingers to Jean-Michel is called the Frog Prince. When he was younger her was cursed and turned into a frog. When he was eight years old a young girl came and quite by accident broke his curse. Or so we think until some odd years later we find out that his curse will rear it's ugly head again when he turns thirty unless he marries the same girl who broke his curse, the ONE who is destined to be his ONE. Like most ruggedly handsome prince's Jean-Michel has been spending his time romancing all the fair damsel's he can find and, is of course, reluctant to marry Beauty but self-preservation wins out and he will do it, if it keeps him from turning back into a frog. Princess Beauty spends most of her days sleeping and when she is not she spends that time chasing away would be suitors. To her, Jean-Michel is one more unwanted proposal. At every turn she does anything and everything to try and dissuade him from going through with their marriage. In between all that is going on enters Lollie Bliss a Tattoo Artist at The Rose. When Jean-Michel enters her tattoo parlor he finds she is everything that makes him salivate with wanting. He will do anything and everything just to have her in his bed but that prize is hard won. In the midst of his conquest of Lollie he needs her help in calling off the hit he put out on Beauty (quite by accident) during a drinking binge he had the night before with his old friend R.J. Stiltskin. As in all great stories nothing goes right for our handsome prince and his hot cohort (or is There is SO much more I want to say but I feel it would totally ruin the story for everyone. J.A. Kazimer, in my opinion, has another great hit on her hands. I am so looking forward to the next book in her Series. On a scale from 1-10 I give Froggy Style a GIGANTIC 20. It is off my scale but that is a testament to the high caliber of story telling that J.A. gives to her readers. If you are looking for an insanely funny story, mishaps, froggy puns, or just an all around great story then I urge you to pick up a copy Of Froggy Style By J.A. Kazimer. Let Jean-Michel, Sleeping Beauty, and Miss Lollie Bliss take you on the best adventure that even Jean-Michel's money can't For those who haven't read the first book in the series Curses! while you are out picking up book two you should also grab yourself a copy of book one. I hope you enjoy both these books as much as I do.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite I grew up reading fairy tales and day dreaming that I was the princess. Most fairy tales had a moral or warning and ended with a happily ever after. The old fairy tales are appealing because we all want to think there will be a happily ever after. J. A. Kazimer offers readers a new look at fairy tales. He has intended the book for adults. “Froggy Style” is the story of the Frog Prince waiting for a kiss of a princess to break the spell cast on him. He was surprised to discover the princess was a very young child. When he finally got the sloppy kiss he turned back in to a prince - an eight year old prince. Twenty two years later he must once again find the princess before he turns back into a frog. Jean-Michel is much more of a frog than a prince charming. J. A. Kazimer has re-created a fairytale more mature than the one we grew up with. This tale is a bit mischievous and extremely crafty. The characters are fun and each has a unique personality. The Frog Prince is more than a little struck on himself. The Fairy God Mother tends to be a bit of a lush but she is fun and shows up when she is desperately needed. The thought of the princess wearing flannel PJ’s had me laughing out loud. Let’s face it; we all want to be a princess but we all prefer comfy flannel PJ’s. We look for our prince charming but often get a frog prince. This is an entertaining read which ADULTS will enjoy.
AVoraciousReadr More than 1 year ago
Humorous fairy tale retelling 3.5 *Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Prince Jean-Michel Grenouille spent the first eight years of his life as a frog until the day a slobbery four-year-old princess came along to his pond and tried to eat him. It wasn’t exactly a kiss, but it worked to turn him back into a boy. Fast forward to a few weeks before his 30th birthday and he must marry his One or turn back into a frog. Forever. His drunken fairy godmother insists that Beauty is his One even with her sleeping problem and nasty attitude, so the wedding is planned. But when Jean-Michel goes out with his cousin RJ for his bachelor party he accidentally, while quite drunk, hires a hit man to kill Beauty. Oops.  He may not want to wed the slobbery sleepy Beauty, but he doesn’t want to be a frog for the rest of his life either. Now, he must stop a hit man and resist the beautiful Lollie Bliss he meets while searching for said hit man. If Beauty is supposed to be his One then why does he feel as if Lollie is the one he should marry? Poor Jean-Michel. He’s got some serious problems including his tendency to croak at the most inopportune time and his extreme dislike of the color green. Is he doomed to a lily pad forever or will he get things sorted out? Curses are such inconvenient things. Book 2 in the F***ed Up Fairy Tale series is definitely not for reading to the children. This fairy tale retelling is funny and entertaining, but I didn’t find it quite as good as the first one. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a wild ride with laugh out loud moments and total creativeness regarding the fairy tale rewriting, but there was something missing and I tend to think it was the whole assassin thing that seemed off. It didn’t make a lot of sense, but then when do drunken actions make sense? Anyway, I did enjoy myself and look forward to Book 3, so if you want an afternoon of light-hearted entertainment then I suggest picking this one up.