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Entwined (Stone and Cinder Book 1) by A.L. Morrow – Review by Jenni Bishop

Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling (Stone and Cinder Book 1)Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling by A.L. Morrow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Entwined by A.L. Morrow is a Cinderella retelling and the first book in the Stone and Cinder series. It is a fairy tale with a major twist. It is a MMF tale that is scandalous and sexy and a bit fabulous and it is definitely original and different. We have magic and myths, Prince Charming, his hubby and as AL puts it a killer pair of shoes. It is a menage a trios fantasy romance tale where things go bump in the night and turn in to more than just pumpkins at midnight.

 

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Entwined (Stone and Cinder Book 1) by A.L. Morrow – Review by Angela Packard

Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling (Stone and Cinder Book 1)Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling by A.L. Morrow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the first book in the Stone and Cinder series, and I got so involved!! Warning: it ends on a cliffhanger.
Ashling Glasby has the evil stepmother and two horrible stepsisters. She does all the housework, cooking, and taking care of the animals. But Ashling is not one to be held back. When she realizes the nightmare creatures have broken through the barrier, she rushes to the castle. Prince Callum is having a ball, he needs an heir. He has told his husband that they will both agree on the woman chosen.
Ashling is a strong woman who has had enough of being pushed around. She has had enough of her stepmother, but can she make it on her own?
The Prince is looking for Ashling, will he be able to find her? I will be waiting anxiously for the next book.

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Journeys Through SpaceTime (Journeys Through Book 1) by James Talisman – Review by Allyson Ware

Journeys Through SpaceTimeJourneys Through SpaceTime by James Talisman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Journeys Through SpaceTime (Journeys Through Book 1) by James Talisman – Review by Allyson Ware

Wow. When I began this book, I never could have guessed what was contained inside. I also struggled at first with so much going on, but the author does SUCH a good job brining it all together cohesively.

I do have to say, I think my favorite character is Cassius. He almost reminds me of Sampson from the Bible. I love that he follows his intuition and seems to truly have a good heart. I cannot wait to see what the second book has in store for everyone involved.

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Entwined (Stone and Cinder Book 1) by A.L. Morrow – Review by Rayne East

Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling (Stone and Cinder Book 1)Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling by A.L. Morrow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A fairytale retelling not for the faint hearted.

This is such an unexpected pleasant surprise. A brilliant piece of original writing that brings you into a world all of its own. Even though this has the basis of a classic fairytale, the author takes it to a whole new level. The depth of the character development just enriched the story and had me craving more.
And the cover! How gorgeous is it?
Highly recommend this book and I can’t wait to get my hands on book 2.

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Entwined (Stone and Cinder Book 1) by A.L. Morrow – Review by Lorrene Huisman

Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling (Stone and Cinder Book 1)Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling by A.L. Morrow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This amazing author did more than just a wonderful retelling of one of my personal favorite fairy tales. I found they made it even better! There was so much I loved about it in different ways, from things outside the castle, till more history of the Prince. It was beautifully written!

There was so much additions to this re telling and as I said, it made it even more wonderful! I loved how each character seemed to have their own story and how they contributed to another’s character story through out was more than fascinating! The character development and as well as learning and getting into each characters mind was a great take on it, and I really enjoyed that!

For me the biggest enjoyment was the creatures though. At the stroke of midnight all could be lost in more than one way, but could those who you hold dear pay the ultimate price? The creatures that stalked outside the castle gates made this a suspenseful take, and I was literally hooked as I read through this, and I need to read the next installment in this series as of well yesterday! I enjoyed it that much!

Again wonderfully written. It as well included many wonderful aspects to the characters and even the story line. To some may say the creatures brought the darkness to the land, perhaps it will truly be the characters that do so as the series goes on? I loved it truly. I am a big fairy tale fanatic so I took great happiness in reading this book. I defiantly am recommending reading this! It surely does not disappoint!

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Genre – Fantasy/Romance/Mythology
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In exchange for his people’s safe passage into Tir na nÓg, Kailen pledged his sword to the Titanians to defeat the daemon horde. A thousand years later, the grief of his losses heavy, Kailen has sworn that while his body is open to carnal pleasures, his heart is closed to love. Even when it comes to a Druid-trained healer of mysterious origins who serves in the house of Soren, the greatest Titanian warrior. Talaith. This lavender-eyed beauty is his one gentle memory out of centuries drenched in blood. Not long ago, Talaith willingly lent her powers—such as they are—as Kailen raced to save Soren’s life. Otherwise, she fiercely hides the heart she lost long ago to the lonely, taciturn Tuatha Dé Danann warrior. When Kailen and Talaith join forces to aid the Titanians against a renewed daemon attack, the walls between them crumble in fierce, emotional passion. But when death magic strikes, the price Kailen willingly pays to keep Talaith safe could tear them apart forever.

Entwined (Stone and Cinder Book 1) by A.L. Morrow – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling (Stone and Cinder Book 1)Entwined: A Cinderella Retelling by A.L. Morrow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a short romance fairytale that I enjoyed from beginning to end. This is not my first book by this author but it is one of my favorites by them yet. This is a well written story that has characters that not only bring the story to life but also keep me turning pages to the end. I enjoyed being pulled into the story from the start as well as kept engaged. I enjoyed watching the growth of the plot throughout the story. This is a story that took me on an adventure of grewlling creatures, fancy balls and what happens at midnight could change things for everyone. I really enjoyed this story and the author’s use of details to give the story the pop of romance and fairytales. This is a great story that is worth the pick up. I highly recommend this book.

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Entwined (Stone and Cinder Book 1) by A.L. Morrow

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Entwined (Stone and Cinder Book 1) by A.L. Morrow
Genre – Fantasy, Romance, MMF/Poly Romance
Page Count – 140 pages
Cover Designer – BZN Design Studios
Growing up, Ashling Glasby’s father cautioned her about the dark creatures—actual nightmares brought to life—dwelling beyond the barrier arc. Her father taught her to fear, fight, and guard against them. And when he wandered into the Winter Woods, driven mad by those beasts outside, he left her with a bitter stepmother and one final warning: the monsters would attack one day.
That day comes the night of Prince Callum’s ball. In need of an heir by blood, he and his husband are searching for a woman to join their relationship. He finds hope in Ashling, the skittish young lady who shows up with a secret and seems to know far more about the nightmarish creatures threatening his kingdom than he ever thought possible.
Intrigued, Callum asks Ashling to dance, but when midnight strikes, will the beasts that brought them together tear them apart?
Bridgerton meets Stranger Things in this 40,000-word Cinderella retelling featuring dream magic, high stakes, princes in love, and—of course—a troublesome pair of glass-like slippers. It is intended for readers ages 18+.

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A.L. Morrow is the (naughtier) alter ego of a USA Today bestselling young adult author. When she isn’t writing clean(ish) YA tales, “A” enjoys dreaming up steamy scenes set in spectacular places–often along with a touch of magic or myth. She believes that love is love and likes reading and writing various genres of romance, especially stories involving MM and MMF relationships.

In her downtime (what’s that?), A finds delight in scouring for secondhand designer fashions. She briefly lived in a haunted mansion, once took a flight to visit Scotland for a day, and is prone to meeting minor celebrities in random hotel elevators. She resides in the eastern US.

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To be a Fae Queen (Realm Chronicles Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Erica Banes

To be a Fae Queen (Realm Chronicles #1)To be a Fae Queen by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To be a Fae Queen, by Tricia Copeland. This book is an amazing read !!! It’s jam packed with adventure. This story immediately jumps in to action and at first I thought don’t tell me that’s it but no more happens… This is a book where if you try to skip a couple of pages you will be lost. Definitely a book you want to read!

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