Trishelle Page has known pain in her life, but instead of it making her weak, she's stronger. Confident. That is until the day a fairy kidnaps her during her starring role in Peter Pan's play and tells her not only do fairy tales exist, but that she's the soulmate of the pirate they call Hook,... show more
Trishelle Page has known pain in her life, but instead of it making her weak, she's stronger. Confident. That is until the day a fairy kidnaps her during her starring role in Peter Pan's play and tells her not only do fairy tales exist, but that she's the soulmate of the pirate they call Hook, making her question everything she ever thought she knew.Captain James Hook is a man at the end of his rope. He's not the villainous bastard tales have made him out to be. So when the feisty blonde drops literally at his feet, he aims to prove it to her. If only to get her into his bed. What neither one knows is that fate and magic are conspiring and they can deny the attraction all they want but their happily ever after is already written, it's just a matter of getting there.
Publish date: April 23rd 2013
Publisher: Marie Hall Publishing
Pages no: 204
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Fairy Tales
, Fantasy Romance
Series: Kingdom (#5)
This was a great addition to the Kingdom series. I love these books because they are retelling classic fairy tales in a fun way. Rather than just retelling the story we know the perspective is changed and the focus is on the bad boys. It is new enough for a romance to focus on the male lead but t...
Peter Pan is a creepy selfish little brat. It's very easy to see why, given the way Tinkerbell treats him an the lost boys - she claims to be their 'mother' but she lets them get away with everything. Poor Trish starts out so confused. Betty and Gerald try to tell her but she doesn't believe them....
Hook like we have never known him to be, so glad to find a tale that portrays Peter Pan in the way I always figured him and James Hook as the character we wished to learn more of.
What a fantastic spin on Captain Hook! (I might blush every time my kid watches Jake and the Neverland Pirates on the Disney channel).Marie does an excellent job of making these magical beings and creatures seem that they just might exist in our own realm.I have 2 more books to read in this series ...
No. Just no.Usually I don't review books I can't finish but since this is a NetGalley copy, here you go.I love a good re-telling, especially where Captain Hook is a decent guy, but this?I couldn't get past around 13%I just didn't like the writing. Not to mention that Trisha was unbelievably annoying...