Gold Boxset of Grown-up Fairytales Reviews

All that glitters is not gold…unless you’re talking about these five ADULT fairy tales.

Join our princes and princesses as they escape assassins, knock boots, chase gold, protect trees, and enjoy life to its fullest. These steamy fairy tales will make your heart pound and your temperature rise on the journey to happily ever after.

Review by Beckey will be below each synopsis of each story.

Hunter’s Mark by V.S. Morgan
Artist Casey Smith lives a quiet life, under the radar of his enemies, until one fateful night he loses control and the astonishing image of a wolf racing down a suburban street splashes all over social media.

Hunter’s bullet never misses its target. The assassin seeks out and kills his prey with a clear conscience by following two simple rules: 1) Don’t kill innocents. 2) Don’t kill shifters.

Review: The story was interesting and fast paced read. There was a few spelling errors, one was noted via a screen shot to the author in regards it. MM romance with unexpected and twists/turn. Overall not bad…

Knockin’ Boots by Desiree Holt
For years, Dan and Kylie Franklin have searched for someone who can fill in all the missing blanks in their situation. When fate brings Clint Gorman into their lives, the instant attraction runs hot and deep. After a night of intense, sweaty sex, there’s no doubt he’s the one for them. But when Clint’s past comes to light, they’re forced to decide whether or not the connection they felt is enough to keep the three of them together.

Review: Different and unique bad but it seemed like the characters had more to say for their story. Overall not bad kinky ménage story.

Chasing Gold by Alexa Bourne
Grace McKay spends most of her time alone trying to convince the world she’s strong enough and smart enough to become one of the best treasure hunters. According to the media, though, all she’s managed to prove is she’s a frigid, narrow-minded woman who doesn’t have a chance to succeed in her current hunt.

Review: Different and unique twist, enjoyable fast paced and funny story that will have you laughing.

The Century Sage by Vicki Ballante
Lina is a tree sage, a gifted person who heals trees, but her duty binds her to one place for her whole life until she marries. Tree sages must marry and birth a daughter by twenty-eight, even if true love is out of the picture. When hot rally winner Brad meets her, he is drawn to her mystical powers. Lina can’t resist the man who represents something she shouldn’t go for, but neither can she turn away his sexy touch. Brad offers to marry her and take her on a world-wide rally tour. She can fulfill her dream of traveling, and he provides a way to meet the demands of her breed, but will that be enough? What about love?

Review: Weird, is the best way I surmise this tale. One that I am on the preverbal fence about neither good nor bad…

Razor by Jon Keys
When the world crashes down around your ears, sometimes all you can do is punt and hope for the best. That’s exactly what James and Micah decide to do when one of them is diagnosed with cancer, and the other discovers a serious heart defect. When the doctor tells them to start working on their bucket lists, the two take a trip in an effort to create some good memories, and forget the ugly truths, while they focus on their time in each other’s arms.

Review: This was an emotional impactful read that was interestingly different…and slightly sad  with few funny dialogue antics between the character ..

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