Thursday, 5 October 2017

Wolves and Roses (Fairy Tales of the Magicorum #1) by Christina Bauer (Review)

      In a world of magic, there are three races: shapeshifter, wizards/witches and fae. Bryar Rose is supposed to be none of those. She is human, but she lives in a fairytale life model.  She is a "Sleeping Beauty"life model, but she just doesn't fit. She doesn't like woodland creatures, she doesn't like her prince Philpott and all she wants to do is study mysterious hieroglyphs. After dreaming about glyphs, her already crazy world changes. She suddenly has people trying to kill, catch or coerce her all the time. Through all of this she meets the rough and tough Knox, a powerful werewolf with a chip on his shoulder. If they don't learn to work together, it could mean their deaths and the deaths of everyone in the magical community.
       I really enjoyed Wolves and Roses. It was fun and exciting. It was nothing too serious, but it would make for a perfect fun weekend read. Entrenched in fairytales and magic, it doesn't take itself too seriously, but leaves the reader satisfied and entertained. I liked Bryar Rose and her quirky ways. She did not fit the mold and was very kick butt and powerful. Her friendship with her Cinderella life model friend was entertaining and deep. Those girls had each others backs. Knox was also very entertaining to read about and a very good romantic lead. I really enjoyed Wolves and Roses and give it the rating of FIVE OUT OF FIVE STARS!!!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*

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