Frogs & Fae: A Frog Prince Retelling (Tales of Fae)

Frogs Fae A Frog Prince Retelling Tales of Fae Lillian is a druid practicing magic on the sly keeping it hidden from her abusive uncle an Anti fae who abhors magic Lillian practices using her enchantment in the forest where she goes unnoticed B

  • Title: Frogs & Fae: A Frog Prince Retelling (Tales of Fae)
  • Author: Kara Jaynes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lillian is a druid, practicing magic on the sly, keeping it hidden from her abusive uncle an Anti fae who abhors magic Lillian practices using her enchantment in the forest, where she goes unnoticed But when she gets tangled in the business of curses and fae, Lillian must openly defy her uncle, or lose the magic that she holds dear Frogs Fae is a Tales of Fae novLillian is a druid, practicing magic on the sly, keeping it hidden from her abusive uncle an Anti fae who abhors magic Lillian practices using her enchantment in the forest, where she goes unnoticed But when she gets tangled in the business of curses and fae, Lillian must openly defy her uncle, or lose the magic that she holds dear Frogs Fae is a Tales of Fae novelette, and is a standalone story Sign up at karajaynes dot com, for notifications of future releases.

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    1. Really cute short story for anyone who loves the FaeI thought this retelling was super cute and imaginative. I'm a big fan of any and all things Fae so having the Frog Prince substituted with a Charming cursed Fae was right up my alley. I look forward to reading more stories from this author.

    2. I really liked it. It was a different twist with two enjoyable characters, who kept you entertained. It felt a little short but wasn't rushed or anything like that.I will definitely be reading more from Kara Jaynes :D

    3. This fairytale retelling was the first book by Kara Jaynes that I've read, and it was a good introduction to her writing - I'd definitely read more of her stories. I enjoyed her version of the Frog Prince story, and it made me laugh out loud at one point - the idea of a whole houseful of frogs all bouncing all over the place just made me laugh! However, some parts of the story didn't make sense to me as a new reader (the Anti-Fae elements) and this, combined with the poor editing and layout, too [...]

    4. Riveting readI quite enjoyed this retelling of The Frog Prince. Each chapter left you craving the next and made this story hard to put down. And you couldn't help but love the characters. In the beginning I was worried about some of Lillian's choices as I feared Dylan to be mischievous. But as I kept reading my opinion of him changed greatly. The only character my opinion didn't change on was uncle- he's ruthless and cruel.This was a fun novel to read with a different spin on the world of fame a [...]

    5. Some interesting twists on a frog prince retellingOther than this story being over too quickly, I loved it!Dylan was cute and sassy and Lillian was fiesty. I liked them both and I hope to see them appear again in other fairy tale retellings in this series.Sex - noneLanguage - reader told that the character cursed with the actual words left up to the imagination.Violence - uncle beat Lillian a couple times in the past as punishment for doing magic and clumsinessReligion - none

    6. I would waver between a 4 and 4.5 stars for this. It was a cute, quick read. For the full review, click here

    7. Nice Retelling!Great New take on an old fairy tale. I really enjoyed reading it. I loved the happy ending as well as all of the frogs. Vivid imagery!

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