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Fairy Tale Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories (The Flirts! Short Stories Collections Book 4) by [Scott, Lisa]
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About the Author

Lisa Scott is a former news anchor who now enjoys making up stories instead of sticking to the facts. Learn more about her stories at ReadLisaScott.com and sign up for news on her latest releases.

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  • File Size: 504 KB
  • Print Length: 206 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 17, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006Z0LUWG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,339 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So far I have found all of Lisa's work to be engaging, sweet, and witty, and this collection is no different in that regard. The cleverness hinges on all the word-plays she peppers throughout the stories. I won't give them away here, because it's so fun to come across them as you read. Ms. Scott must have had a blast in conjuring up romantic tales revolving around five fairy tale stories. The characters are reminiscent of the original ones, but have their own unique personalities, perspectives, and goals that differ from the age-old tales we grew up on. Will each girl find her "prince"? Read and see.
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Cindi is a modern-day Cinderella story that had me picturing Sarah Jessica Parker in the starring role. It was a wonderful shoe-affair! (5/5) Red, is a modern-day Red Riding Hood that I enjoyed better than the film that came out last year. This story was "naughty but nice". It made me laugh too, just so you know. (4/5) Belle, is a modern-day Beauty and the Beast, and just as romantic as you might think. It made me smile from ear-to-ear. (4/5) Snow, is a modern-day Snow White that made me think Michelle Pheifer would be great as the wicked step-mother. (Sorry, I can't help but picture everything in film....) Any way, I enjoyed it! (4/5) and lastly, Goldie, is a modern-day Goldilocks and the Three Bears. I have to say, always one of my favorite fairy tales, but even more so with a new-age twist. Also my favorite of them all. (5/5) So all-in-all I loved this set. It had all the elements of romance you need on a day like today, Valentines Day. I also loved how each story was a fairy tale, but also connected itself to something in the last. Very clever writing!
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For her latest Flirts! set, Lisa Scott leaves Rochester, NY for Grimm Towers in New Royalton, and the real world for an updated fairy tale one. Lisa gives us fun versions of Cinderella, Red Riding Hood, Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, and Goldilocks and the Three Bears. As with all the Flirts! while each story can stand alone, the greater joy is in seeing how they all interconnect, and how the final story answers a question raised in the first. I enjoyed Cindi and Belle the best (and actually wish Belle had been the last one), but they were all nice takes on the stories we think we know. Fairy tale updates are all the rage these days (Grimm, Once Upon a Time) and this is a nice addition to that trend and to the Flirts! series.
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Five modern takes on classic fairy tales, and the only magic is the real-life kind. Each sweet, funny, romantic short story is 10,000-13,000 words in length. The stories can be read separately, but are linked together in the collection, and wrap up in the perfect happily ever after. Stories include:

"Cindi" 13,000 words

Cindi wants a perfect match--of designer shoes, that is. When her stepmother gets tickets to the Jiminy Shoes trunk sale, it looks like her dreams are coming true. Until her stepmother refuses to bring her along. With a little luck, Cindi finds herself at the sale with the shoes of her dreams, and a handsome man to boot. But when she dashes off with one of the pricey shoes by mistake, her life changes forever.

"Red" 10,000 words

When Rose brings her Grandmother leftover goodies from her floundering health-food bakery, she realizes she has bigger problems than Grandma's daily fiber intake--a hot, young man is prowling around her rich Granny's apartment. Jack Wolff seems to be preying on elderly women, but despite Rose's protests, Granny's not willing to give him up. And the nerve of him, Jack's hitting on Rose, too. Can Rose save her business and her Grandma's heart before it's too late?

"Belle" 11,000 words

Belle's father is sidelined by a stroke, and she's determined to save his job as a master carpenter for the mysterious Prince Maxim. Despite her training, completing work on the Prince's library is harder than she imagined, with the elusive prince watching her every move from the shadows. Belle's intrigued by the intelligent, kind man who won't let himself be seen. Is Belle the one to help him move beyond his painful past?
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I have been waiting to read this book for FOREVER and I finally got around to it!! Fairy Tale Flirts! has 5 different short stories by Lisa Scott into one book; each short story can be bought separately, but I think it's a better deal if you buy this collection. Each story is just like the fairy tale that we've all grew up with, but it has a modern and realistic twist to them. For example Cindi (based on Cinderella) wants to go to a Jiminy Shoe trunk show as opposed to a ball. In "Red", Rose meets up with Mr. Wolff, who she believes is up to no good. Belle takes over her father's carpentry job at the Prince's home; he hides himself from the world because of his "beast" like features. In "Snow", she becomes the nanny to Jeremy's seven children. Last but certainly not least, Goldie takes on the job as a fill in pet-sitter, but not to Blake Behr's knowledge. All five stories were very cute and I absolutely loved how one character in the story led to the next story. For example, in "Cindi" Kate Robinson (Red's grandmother) is Hildy's (Cindi's stepmother) next door neighbor. I thought that aspect of the book was really cute. If you read this book, I would suggest reading it in the order that it's in, that way you can catch on to little things that are thrown in there from the previous stories. Also, "Goldie" is sort of like an epilogue to the previous characters in the book; basically it's a story within a story when all the girls meet up at an event. I would definitely recommend this book to people.
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