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Get the first three twisted fairy tales from Jennifer Blackstream's Blood Prince series all in one tantalizing box set! Cinderella's prince is a werewolf with a secret. A Machiavellian vampire tangles with Snow White. And Rapunzel's first taste of the outside world is a rakish incubus with a mischievous grin--and little else. These are not your typical Prince Charmings, which is good, because these ladies aren't your average princesses either. Fairy tale romances have never been so wicked.
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Does not disappoint
This was my first books by Jennifer Blackstream and I was not disappointed.
The retelling of the fairytales and attention to detail and mythology is absolutely spectacular.
Weaving in backgrounds and which mate each prince needs was done flawlessly. Also very enjoyable even if I had to Google some creatures.
I loved the complexity of each story while staying true to their fairytale. I can't name a favourite, the whole series is now on my recommendation list for all my reader friends. Who would have thought you could fall in love with a werewolf, vampire, demon, angel and god?
Looking forward to more books by Jennifer Blackstream!
Wonderful Paranormal Fairy tales
What an amazing series. This is my third time reading through and I have the audio books along with reading and it is amazing. The characters are great and the mix of fairytales with paranormal creatures just blows the mind.
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- Sandy Downing
2 stars for performance!!
I truly loved this story. The storyline and characters were so well written, that I will definitely be reading this series as it progresses. What I had a problem with is the narrator changed a lot of the story's wording. I normally read along while listening. Not to point out errors, but to truly get into the book. You can expect some errors, but this was so far from what I was reading, I ended up checking to see if there was a updated version. Needless to say there wasn't. But I'm not talking about a word here and there. I'm talking whole sentences and paragraphs.
It seems apparent that the narrator of this book needs to rethink his job description. If he wants to be a author, then be one. Don't destroy someone else's work.