- Paperback: 480 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 19, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1973722364
- ISBN-13: 978-1973722366
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 264 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #453,774 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Glamour Paperback – July 19, 2017
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I love when Aleatha writes her dark stories they keep you on your toes and keep you wanting more.
Ripples does just that, it is such a good read. At first i felt the chils down my back at how sinister one of the characters seemed but the more I read the more I grew to understand why the things that were being done were done that way and it made me want more of this book.
It is funny how you think your life would never turn out the way it did but there is always a reason for that turn around and in this book you see that. You see how acceptance, gratitude and acknowledgement comes to the forefront of what is happening and you also see a lighter, sexier side of the characters. There is also one major factor and that is Trust, without that these characters could not grow further or go forward.
This is one of those books that if you write too much in your review you will give away the plot line and I hate doing that. All I can say is that Aleatha does another master piece in her suspence/dark books and this one just twisted me all up inside and kept me wanting more.
I highly recommend this book and this Anthology. I read this in one day it was that compelling.
Music Box Girl
I love the play on this fairy tale!!! It was forbidden and HOT! The writing was great, the pace of the story was perfect! It was a great story to start off the anthology because I am hooked!
We get a little dark with this story so that makes for a lovely twist on this fairy tale. It was an interesting read and of course, it got a little steamy at points!
In A Strangers Bed
I really enjoyed this one! I might be the shortest of the stories but it packs on big Scottish punch! And the story was a lot of fun to read. Did I mention the big Scottish man??? Wink Wink
Well... these would be the epitome of "grown up bedtime stories." Whoever decided to kick the anthology off with Sierra Simone's story was not messing around. I REALLY enjoyed the book as a whole, so it's hard to pick out favorites (The Music Box Girl, Ripples, Royal Mattress, and In a Stranger's Bed were among them). The only downside was that I wished that so many of the stories were full length - while they wrapped up well, I just wanted MORE! So this is a fantastic way to get a taste of some new to you authors, and in a bit of a unique way since they're tackling fairy tale retellings. Overall, each author handle character development well and all of the stories were well paced. I give Glamour 4.5 out of 5 wine glasses - it introduced me to some authors that I definitely want to read more from.
I absolutely loved her retelling of the Princess and the Pea as part of this anthology, and if the rest of the novellas are even half as good as Royal Mattress, which I know they will be, I will be beyond happy!
Before I even read Royal Mattress, I advance ordered Glamour, based on the talented group of authors participating.
I highly recommend this anthology to everyone! These are definitely not the fairytales you read as a child!
** I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of Royal Mattress generously provided by the author.
When Cal is hired by Tamsin's father to find out what kind of after hour activities she and eleven other ballerinas in her dance company are up to he lands upon something he never would have expected.
In the dead of night these girls are becoming a true to life fantasy, you'll never look at pointe shoes the same way again.
This story is racy, arousing , sensual and seductive perfection.
There were a couple of aspects of this story I'd never read about before, but they didn't turn me off in the least. Quite the contrary actually.
For a short, it packs a punch of both emotion and filth. Kudos as always.
I'm not sure if I can honestly say which short story was my favorite, but I was glad to see some of these characters either are or will be in other publications. If there is one specific couple I'd like to see again it would be Dave and Lisa, and of course Grandma, from Royal Mattress.
Reading Glamour is a great way to spend an afternoon.
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