Publisher: BumbleB Media, Inc.
Pages no: 326
, Young Adult
, Historical Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Fairy Tales
I really had a hard time trudging through this book. The heroine was not likable, not even interesting or sympathetic in my opinion. I *think* there was supposed to be a love triangle, but it was poorly developed and unitneresting as well. Overall, I thought this could have been really interestin...
I like fairy tale retellings as a rule. Scarlette is a twist on the Red Riding Hood story. It's a fun, fast read that I mostly enjoyed. There are some editorial issues with grammar ("you're" when they clearly meant "your" and things like that).
This year I have read more retellings then I ever have before and honestly I had no idea what I was missing out on. I love going in to a story with some idea of what is going to happen then being completely surprised and blown away by how the author makes the retelling their own. That is exactly wha...
Actual rating: 3.5(This review was originally posted at My Library in the Making.)I'm not sure, but I think Scarlette is the first fairy tale retelling that I read. Based on Little Red Riding Hood, I expected something simple, so this one's a very nice surprise.Scarlette lived with her hateful mothe...
Wow, after reading this book I have a sudden, deep appreciation for my modern-day lifestyle, because DAMN, Scarlette's world sucked! I felt awful for her and everything she went through. Poor girl just couldn't catch a break. I kept waiting for her to get in touch with her inner badass and start kic...