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Once Upon a Genie (Book 10-12 in the Romance a Medieval Fairytale series) EBOOK

Once Upon a Genie (Book 10-12 in the Romance a Medieval Fairytale series) EBOOK

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An enslaved enchantress. A pretend prince. And a djinn who wants nothing more than to be free…

Once upon a time, before the Brothers Grimm, when fairytales were romantic fantasies for entertaining adults and frightening children…

Three twisted tales inspired by the classic fairytales…for adults who still love reading fairytales, though they're a little darker now, making that happily ever after so much sweeter.

This collection includes:

  • Return: Hansel and Gretel Retold
  • Wish: Aladdin Retold
  • Melt: Snow Queen Retold

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Customer Reviews

Based on 260 reviews
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Searcher of Unique books
A Retold Indeed

I love this book. There aren't alot of aladdin retelling books that mirrors the original. Most books are their own story or related to the disney version. I enjoy the Princess being a seductress towards an honorable Aladdin. I'm a bit curious to what happen to the genie of the ring. We know what happen to the lamp genie but the ring.

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Ilona Nurmela
An imaginative 15+ Hansel & Gretel retelling interwoven with Celtic lore

An imaginative Hansel & Gretel retelling interwoven with Celtic lore where women (while they are not legal rulers) fight at their men's side and are able to choose their own husbands.When Rhona's mother dies she discovers her station isn't what she thought it was. When her father takes a new wife who wants to give him sons, Rhona's & her sisters life is in danger. On a neighbouring isle, Grieve's first love betrays him and to avoid him acting out he is assigned as squire to Rhona's father. With war looming on the horizon and an allegiance with the Vikings to be made, Rhona and Grieve navigate the war preparations & dangers that ensue.I loved Rhona's headstrong character and her fighter spirit. Grieve seemed a bit of a wuss at times, but then the girl was formidable. At times, it felt more like an 18+ fairytale, tbh, on account of how mature the female Mc was and also due to 2 candid but not overly descriptive sex scenes & the daughters of the Isles being free to pick & sample their men before marriage.Recommended for lovers of upper YA (15+) fantasy with medium heat level, retold fairytales and strong, independent women.

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Isabel
Return

Okay at 1st I was a bit confused, still am in a bit lol that I might have to listen/read this 1 more time. But I really liked it very much. I like how it went with Blow the book before this one. But with that ending I can't wait to here the next book in the series.

H
Helgaleena
A princess with her own magic

This telling of Aladdin has more than one genie and uses many more elements from the original Arabian Nights than Disney did. It also displays the heroine's patriotic use of her magic on behalf of her father's kingdom and teamwork by the lovers to thwart the villains.

B
Brad Friedlander
Another Tale Retold in Great Ways

This series gets better as more of the books are read. Each book is a great stand alone story. But, they are all tied together. What's great is knowing the links doesn't detract from each story.Rhonda and Grieve are the Greta and Hansel of the title. They're lovers who pose as brother and sister for a part of the story.Character development is nicely done. The world view is very consistent with the other books in this series.This was an enjoyable read. Strong female lead protagonists and honorable men are perfect foils for the plot.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 260 reviews
77%
(199)
21%
(54)
3%
(7)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Searcher of Unique books
A Retold Indeed

I love this book. There aren't alot of aladdin retelling books that mirrors the original. Most books are their own story or related to the disney version. I enjoy the Princess being a seductress towards an honorable Aladdin. I'm a bit curious to what happen to the genie of the ring. We know what happen to the lamp genie but the ring.

I
Ilona Nurmela
An imaginative 15+ Hansel & Gretel retelling interwoven with Celtic lore

An imaginative Hansel & Gretel retelling interwoven with Celtic lore where women (while they are not legal rulers) fight at their men's side and are able to choose their own husbands.When Rhona's mother dies she discovers her station isn't what she thought it was. When her father takes a new wife who wants to give him sons, Rhona's & her sisters life is in danger. On a neighbouring isle, Grieve's first love betrays him and to avoid him acting out he is assigned as squire to Rhona's father. With war looming on the horizon and an allegiance with the Vikings to be made, Rhona and Grieve navigate the war preparations & dangers that ensue.I loved Rhona's headstrong character and her fighter spirit. Grieve seemed a bit of a wuss at times, but then the girl was formidable. At times, it felt more like an 18+ fairytale, tbh, on account of how mature the female Mc was and also due to 2 candid but not overly descriptive sex scenes & the daughters of the Isles being free to pick & sample their men before marriage.Recommended for lovers of upper YA (15+) fantasy with medium heat level, retold fairytales and strong, independent women.

I
Isabel
Return

Okay at 1st I was a bit confused, still am in a bit lol that I might have to listen/read this 1 more time. But I really liked it very much. I like how it went with Blow the book before this one. But with that ending I can't wait to here the next book in the series.

H
Helgaleena
A princess with her own magic

This telling of Aladdin has more than one genie and uses many more elements from the original Arabian Nights than Disney did. It also displays the heroine's patriotic use of her magic on behalf of her father's kingdom and teamwork by the lovers to thwart the villains.

B
Brad Friedlander
Another Tale Retold in Great Ways

This series gets better as more of the books are read. Each book is a great stand alone story. But, they are all tied together. What's great is knowing the links doesn't detract from each story.Rhonda and Grieve are the Greta and Hansel of the title. They're lovers who pose as brother and sister for a part of the story.Character development is nicely done. The world view is very consistent with the other books in this series.This was an enjoyable read. Strong female lead protagonists and honorable men are perfect foils for the plot.

Customer Reviews

Based on 260 reviews
77%
(199)
21%
(54)
3%
(7)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Searcher of Unique books
A Retold Indeed

I love this book. There aren't alot of aladdin retelling books that mirrors the original. Most books are their own story or related to the disney version. I enjoy the Princess being a seductress towards an honorable Aladdin. I'm a bit curious to what happen to the genie of the ring. We know what happen to the lamp genie but the ring.

I
Ilona Nurmela
An imaginative 15+ Hansel & Gretel retelling interwoven with Celtic lore

An imaginative Hansel & Gretel retelling interwoven with Celtic lore where women (while they are not legal rulers) fight at their men's side and are able to choose their own husbands.When Rhona's mother dies she discovers her station isn't what she thought it was. When her father takes a new wife who wants to give him sons, Rhona's & her sisters life is in danger. On a neighbouring isle, Grieve's first love betrays him and to avoid him acting out he is assigned as squire to Rhona's father. With war looming on the horizon and an allegiance with the Vikings to be made, Rhona and Grieve navigate the war preparations & dangers that ensue.I loved Rhona's headstrong character and her fighter spirit. Grieve seemed a bit of a wuss at times, but then the girl was formidable. At times, it felt more like an 18+ fairytale, tbh, on account of how mature the female Mc was and also due to 2 candid but not overly descriptive sex scenes & the daughters of the Isles being free to pick & sample their men before marriage.Recommended for lovers of upper YA (15+) fantasy with medium heat level, retold fairytales and strong, independent women.

I
Isabel
Return

Okay at 1st I was a bit confused, still am in a bit lol that I might have to listen/read this 1 more time. But I really liked it very much. I like how it went with Blow the book before this one. But with that ending I can't wait to here the next book in the series.

H
Helgaleena
A princess with her own magic

This telling of Aladdin has more than one genie and uses many more elements from the original Arabian Nights than Disney did. It also displays the heroine's patriotic use of her magic on behalf of her father's kingdom and teamwork by the lovers to thwart the villains.

B
Brad Friedlander
Another Tale Retold in Great Ways

This series gets better as more of the books are read. Each book is a great stand alone story. But, they are all tied together. What's great is knowing the links doesn't detract from each story.Rhonda and Grieve are the Greta and Hansel of the title. They're lovers who pose as brother and sister for a part of the story.Character development is nicely done. The world view is very consistent with the other books in this series.This was an enjoyable read. Strong female lead protagonists and honorable men are perfect foils for the plot.