Red Riding Hood (Down the Rabbit Hole) Anthology is a collection of unique very short stories that is their adult adaptation of Little Red Riding Hood with a little twist by 12 very talented authors:
Ruby by Autumn Sand is sensual and romantic and temptation at its finest. Autumn knows her stuff as usual.
Finding Red by Natalie-Nicole Bates is a little bit of a thriller where one girl tries to hide her identity but is always found by the bad step father and evil mother. Can she finally find a safe haven.
Cloaked by Lia Fairchild is part romance and part thriller, and will keep you on your toes.
The Wolves Den by Laci Page is hot and takes you into the world of BDSM. Ooooh la la.
Falling For The Hood: A Fairy Tale Retold by Amy Allen where the hot and sexy enemy is more than he seems and turns out to be so much more.
Redd’s Wolves by D.A. Stein is a reverse harem with one innocent girl living with her Granny and three sexy wolf shifters.
Little Red’s: A Red Riding Hood Short Story by Darlene Tallman is where a girl finds out her sexy new boss is a wolf shifter and mates are for life.
River Runs Red by Kay Elle Parker is steamy and mysterious as she learns that she has been duped by her mother and must learn who she is all over again. It ended before I was ready.
Magic of Merlot by Lorah Jaiyn is a thriller where karma decides to take those who mean harm and along the way two souls find each other.
Redbourne by Natalia Schellhaas is a bit of a sad tale as falsehoods and lies and prejudices cause death and trouble.
Brother Wolfe by Ceecee Elaine is a bit on the dark side as a sister becomes her brother’s latest victim.
Waking Red by Jess Bagnall is thriller and again a bit on the sad side.
Each one is cleverly written and shaped by their imagination to give each a modern twist that will leave you wanting more as they include paranormal and fantasy, erotica and romance, BDSM and reverse harem, and so much more. Trust me the pages will keep turning as you get a taste for these sexy, stimulating and tempting snacks. I have found myself some new authors, I liked their stories so much.
Reviewed by @jennadb