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Read online Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups Drawing in the reader with the classic wonder of a fairy tale and the funny twist of an adult read each of the seven stories involve both the traditional characters such as frogs trolls and dragons and quirky modern characters including the city weary Justin Angela the merchant banker and associate professor Knight among others These tales follow Justin the typical city boy whose plans for rural bliss fall apart in Justin and the Troll and even celebrate the value of a good hair day in Curly Locks Other tales such as The Lonely Prince illustrate how to test love with pizza and cheap wine With humor and magic these fairy tales reaffirm the belief in happy endings by Jennifer Rowe

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Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups
Title:Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups
Format Type:eBook PDF / e-Pub
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ISBN:1865086428
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Number of Pages:96
Category:Short stories, Fairy tales, Anthologies, Chick lit, Fiction
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Something Wicked (Tessa Vance, #2), Love, Honour, and O'Brien (Holly Love, #1), Lamb to the Slaughter (Verity Birdwood, #6), Stranglehold (Verity Birdwood, #5), Deadline (Tessa Vance, #1), Grim Pickings (Verity Birdwood, #1), Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups, Murder by the Book (Verity Birdwood, #2), The Makeover Murders (Verity Birdwood, #4), Death in Store (Verity Birdwood, #3)
She stared into the speckled mirror wondering how she had come to this How could she Holly Love apple of her parents eye competent manipulator of invoices in Gorgon Office Supplies have ended up alone and starving in a dead man s flat br br How indeed Most reluctant heroines would throw in the towel at this point But Holly Love is made of sterner stuff She s sworn to track down the cheating swine who ripped her life apart and make him pay But as she tries to keep her head in the face of a bizarre mystery a gloomy old house a hearse driving Elvis impersonator and a gang of vengeful thugs not to mention a garrulous and possibly possessed parrot Holly is forced to come to terms with a great truth However bad things seem they can always get worse, Drawing in the reader with the classic wonder of a fairy tale and the funny twist of an adult read each of the seven stories involve both the traditional characters such as frogs trolls and dragons and quirky modern characters including the city weary Justin Angela the merchant banker and associate professor Knight among others These tales follow Justin the typical city boy whose plans for rural bliss fall apart in Justin and the Troll and even celebrate the value of a good hair day in Curly Locks Other tales such as The Lonely Prince illustrate how to test love with pizza and cheap wine With humor and magic these fairy tales reaffirm the belief in happy endings br, No description available, Max Tully controversial irrepressible superstar is finally settling down Or is he his scapegrace son Douglas and adoring daughter Wendy certainly think so So does his estranged third wife the artist Berwyn Kyte And his long time mistress and sparring partner Isa Truby br br But Max loves surprises And now he s planning one that will outdo everything yet br br When Verity Birdwood comes on the scene she soon realises that this time Max has gone too far Cool logical Birdie s no stranger to murder But as routine investigation becomes a hunt for a killer and terror stalks Max s house by the sea she finds herself caught in a web that nearly costs her her life