Four Fairy Tale stories twisted into Contemporary Romance

The Fairy Tale Quartet


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Book 1

Monaster Among the Roses

A Beauty and the Beast Story


Book 2

Kissing the Boss

A Cinderella Story


Book 3

B & E Ever After

A Hansel and Gretelt Story


Book 4

Black Crimson

A Little Red Riding Hood Story

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A Beauty and the Beast Story

Monster Among the Roses

Orginally published July 2017
85,640 words, 296 pages
2-Flame Sensuality Rating

"Do you know how to get to the rose garden?"
"No, you can't go there. A monster lives there."

Shaw Hollander is desperate. Broke, unemployed, and determined to help his ailing mother, he falls on the good graces of a wealthy benefactor who is willing to give Shaw a job at his mansion in order to pay off his mother's debts. Suddenly finding himself surrounded by lavish riches, he has no idea what his duties truly entail until he's sent to the rose garden and meets the tragically mutilated Isobel.

This Beauty and the Beast story holds true to the core of the fable while shaking off the element of fantasy and dragging it into present day reality. Shaw and Isobel are ready to let you climb into their four-wheel-drive pickup and take a ride with them into their version of happily ever after, but only if you first dare to gaze upon the monster among the roses.

A Cinderella Story

Kising the Boss

Orginally published February 2018
92,140 words, 322 pages
3-Flame Sensuality Rating

What's the one thing you shouldn't do when your boss is your ruthless evil widowed stepmother who hates your guts more than anyone?

Kiss the man she's interested in.

So what does Kaitlynn Judge find herself doing?

Yep, she kisses the one man her stepmother currently wants, who also happens to be the CEO of the company where she works.

Can we say doomed?

After the death of her father, Kaitlynn's life has been stuck in a rut. But that begins to change after meeting a dashing stranger during the office Halloween party. Now she has to navigate vengeful stepmothers, meddling stepsiblings, and gorgeous guys in hot pursuit to reach her happily ever after.

While making a detour from the fantasy aspect, this contemporary take on the Cinderella story continues to cling to a few of our favorite traditions. You'll still find the unmerited oppression along with fleeing women, missing shoes, mouse companions, magic wands, pumpkin-like rides to the big bash, and so much more. So rest assured, it's all familiar and yet quirkily different.

A Hansel and Gretel Story

B & E Ever After

Originally Published September 2019
Around 106,700 words, 380 pages
3-Flame Sensuality Rating

Gretel, er, I mean, Gabriella Salazar finds temptation and desperation to be too great and breaks into a wicked witch's--uh, that is--a pretentious, rich woman's condo, only to discover she's not the only one with a B & E fetish. The twist is that the mysterious, handsome Hansel to her Gretel who has also stolen into the same apartment is anything but brotherly, and the two strangers find themselves lip-locked before the evening is over. Now Gabby and her new, aggravating accomplice must get crafty and work together to free themselves and everyone they hold dear from a mad woman's clutches.

But breaking and entering never ends with a happily ever after. Right?

A Little Red Riding Hood Story

Black Crimson

Original Publication August 2021
? words, ? pages
4-Flame Sensuality Rating

Camille had only been heading to her grandma’s house because Gran couldn’t figure out her cable again, but along the way, she stumbled across the city’s notorious graffiti artist. And now that she knows who the face behind the spray-paint can is, she can’t seem to listen to her friends’ sage advice and follow the safe path, leaving well enough alone. She’s determined to coax Black Crimson into agreeing to an exclusive interview so she can become the famous newspaper journalist she’s always wanted to be.

But in this contemporary twist to the Little Red Riding Hood fable, our red-headed heroine learns just how dangerous talking to strangers can be...to her heart.