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Wild at Heart: A Flipped Fairy Tale (Flipped Fairy Tales) (Volume 5) Paperback – April 21, 2017
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A geek of all trades, Starla Huchton has been crafting stories in various genres since 2007. She is a three-time finalist for Parsec Awards for her podcast fiction work, and was the first place winner for Science Fiction & Fantasy in the Sandy competition in 2012. Her work spans science fiction, fantasy, New Adult Romance, Young Adult titles, Steampunk, Contemporary, and various other varieties of stories. She is greedy and likes all the genres! When not writing, Starla trains three Minions, a black lab, and a military husband whilst designing book covers for independent authors and publishers at DesignedByStarla.com
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This book takes a character from a previous book and tells a new fairy tale. I wish I'd remembered more from that previous book as I couldn't remember much context when Erata came up in the story. Thankfully, most of the story centered around Belinda.
I absolutely loved how Belinda was portrayed. She was flighty and had a head for adventure. She was headstrong and stubborn, rushing headlong into things. She grew so much during this story and it was fascinating to see her change and grow.
Again, all the dialogue and any time a character was trying to teach another character were superb.
As much as I wish the Aladdin story had been set in China, as the original was, and I'd like to see more of the world (it's all been basically Europe, with mostly negative depictions of the Middle East and Eastern Asia), the series is good with strong characters. I hope that we get stories about the remaining sisters.