The Bitches of Enchantment: A Dark Princess Fairy Tale – #2 – Barbra Annino

The sequel to the first, Bitches of Everafter, picked up right where it left off with tongue lashing quibs and crazy magical ladies. It was a playful return to an easy and fun read.

There is nothing negative to say about this story. The only caution I suggest is this is a dark twist on the classic fairytales, and with that twist comes colorful language.

Other than the language, it is a tickling treat to read such a colorful and different take on the classic fairytales. It is fun, it is clever, it is wild and original. Everyone who has a sense of humor should check this story out.

The best part of the story is that it evolves. The characters are constantly changing. Red Riding Hood, the first villain of the tale, changes in ways I never expected. It keeps the characters present and lively.

If you are in the mood for some sassy spirit you can find the book on Amazon in Kindle for $3.99.

Synopsis: An evil curse designed to destroy an entire realm. A queen who just took her last breath. A ruthless villain on the brink of madness. And a dwarf mafia who would kill for some homemade lasagna.

For the five princesses in Everafter, time is running out. If they don’t discover who is behind the curse that banished them to a land far, far away, they will lose their loves, their crowns and their kingdoms–forever. 

And one of them will lose her life. Now, there’s just one way to save them. Magic. Except the only one who can wield it doesn’t believe.

What’s worse than being trapped inside a nightmare? Waking up.

*This is the second book in the Everafter trilogy and should be enjoyed chronologically. 

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