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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Elora Noel

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the second Book in Suzanna Lynn’s series. Let me just say I love this book! The way she weaves her storyline and the richness of the characters just gets better with each turn of the page. In the first book we saw a glimpse of captain Jameson Shaw (later captain James hook) make a friend in Red riding hood. In this book we see that it was not a chance encounter but an alliance in the making. We are getting closer to the all powerful villains but will they be able to trust and get there in time? Read and find out! you will be on the edge of your set and reaching for the next book in no time.

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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn

Red’s Tangled Tale is the second book in The Untold Stories Series by Suzanna Lynn. This is a fast paced short fantasy story packed with action and adventure. I’m absolutely loving this authors version of these childhood favorites. This one is definitely my favorite yet, I can’t wait to read more from her. Red’s Tangled Tale will pull you in from the beginning and kept my attention till the end. I had to know what was going to happen next. Get ready to be taken on quite the adventure with Little Red Riding Hood as she goes hunting for The Big Bad Wolf. Find out what happens next in this must read. I can’t wait to get my hands on the next book.

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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Rachel Moss

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Red’s Tangled Tale (Book Two of the Untold Stories series) by Suzanna Lynn was a great read! So far I think this one may be my favorite of this series! It was so much darker than the first one was, with several twists I wasn’t expecting at all! I love seeing all of these classic fairy tales told in a different way, with twists and turns and all the characters becoming entwined on some way, shape or form. I can’t wait to see where Red’s and Hook’s adventures take them next in the next installment! This series is great for all ages and is quickly becoming a favorite of mine!

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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Samantha Snow

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am a huge fan of fairy tales and this book was just as great as the first book in the series. If you have not read book one, please read it first, it’s a must I think. Mainly because I just loved it plus it will help you better understand this story. I love how the author takes the characters that we already know and love and shows them in a different light. She gives them a back story and makes them heroes. Very exciting read filled with adventure, magic, drama, friendships and so much more! I can not wait to see what is in store in the next book in the series.

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Wolf’s Beautiful Beast (The Untold Stories Book 3) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Sherry Sharpnack

Wolf's Beautiful Beast (The Untold Stories, #3)Wolf’s Beautiful Beast by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Wolf’s Beautiful Beast” is Book #3 in the “The Untold Stories” series of “fractured” fairy tales. In Book #1, we learned how Capt. Jameson Shaw became Captain Hook; in Book #2, we learned that Red Riding Hood is NOT a victim of the Big Bad Wolf; in Book #3, we get a fantastic twist on the tale of Beauty and the Beast.
We are reunited w/ Red, Rapunzel, and Lycus the white wolf shapeshifter (THE Big Bad Wolf??) from Book #2. They are on their way to Oz when they get waylaid in a land ruled by King Garrart and his Queen, Cora. They had a daughter, Arabella, who disappeared five years earlier, kidnapped by a fearsome beast whom none can gainsay, according to the king anyway. Our three heroes get thrown into prison, and Lycus is only released upon promising to rescue the long-lost princess from the fearsome beast. Lycus accompanies General Drax and his men to the abandoned, crumbling castle where Arabella is held captive, the entire place guarded by magical entwining red roses. Drax and his men leave Lycus for dead when he tumbles down the stairs into the beast’s clutches.
Or does he? The twists in this “fractured” fairy tale keep coming, and it’s just a thrill ride from here on out, w/ one revelation after another setting this fairy tale on its ear. As much as I enjoyed “Red’s Tangled Tale,” this one is just an entertaining thrill ride until the end. 4.6 stars rounds up to 5 stars!

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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Piper Foster

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is my first book by this author. Re Tangled is an very nice interesting read. This retelling imange of red riding hood is well done it’s a different way of Red been strong instead of a weak little girl.

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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Stephanie Nicole

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Suzanna Lynn has done it again the second installment to this series Red’s Tangled Tale had this reader glued to her seat and wanting more.  The first installment Hook’s Little Mermaid left me instantly looking for the second installment and I wasn’t disappointed. We are first introduced to Red in Hook’s Little Mermaid, but Red’s Tangled Tale delves deep into Red’s life, where we learn vital details of what makes Red tick. Once again Suzanna Lynn gives us great character development, a painted picture in her scenery descriptions, and more action. Red’s Tangled Tale is full of everything that a fantasy reader could ask for including pirates, wolves, a troubled town and a cursed forest, and several other fascinating twists and turns. If your looking for a great fantasy series then I highly recommend this series and specifically Red’s Tangled Tale by miss Suzanna Lynn.

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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Rebecca Hill

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Red’s Untangled Tale is a fantastic story about Little Red Riding Hood. Rosalee or Rose has a hard life in her village. She takes good care of her Gran and many of the villagers. The story takes a fun turn when Red meets Rapunzel. Suzanna Lynn does another masterful job of bringing in elements of several children’s stories. I enjoyed this retelling and cannot wait to read the next story in the series.

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Hook’s Little Mermaid (The Untold Stories BOOK 1) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Rebecca Hill

Hook's Little MermaidHook’s Little Mermaid by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hook’s Little Mermaid is a fun retelling of the story of Captain Hook. The story had many characters and elements of several children’s stories. Suzanna Lynn wove them together in a fun and unique way that made it a fresh new story. I found myself cheering for Captain Hook and loving him. I was surprised when I found myself cheering against Peter Pan. This is a whimsical and fun book to read and quite enjoyable.

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Red’s Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories Book 2) by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Lizzie Chapman Gough

Red's Tangled Tale (The Untold Stories, #2)Red’s Tangled Tale by Suzanna Lynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was excited to read the second in the Untold Stories series as I really enjoyed the first one and this one did not disappoint. After briefly meeting Red in the first book, I was excited to delve into her story and find out her Untold Story. Living in the land of Timbergard, fifteen-year-old Red hunts the woods in the night taking down the deadly super wolves that haunt the forest. After going on a quest with a returned Captain James Hook, nee Shaw, to the ash fields, she encounters a pack of wolves and must run for her life. She stumbles upon a mysterious tower that leads her to question all that she knows about the wolves in the wood. I really enjoy Flynn’s retellings of the classic fairytales. Her world building is brilliant, and the story envelops me. A really enjoyable read.

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