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  1. 5 out of 5

    The Mysterious Reader

    When I saw that Of Fables and Fae: A Limited Edition Anthology had stories by three of my favorite authors, Anthea Sharp, Anna Santos and Margo Bond Collins, I knew I had to get it. Once I read those contributions I knew I had a sweet deal in my hands, as the download would’ve been worth it for any one of them. Once I went on and read the other stories my reaction was “woah”. What a steal. These are well crafted tales. If your a fan of this genre (and oh Dear Lord am I ever) then there’s no way When I saw that Of Fables and Fae: A Limited Edition Anthology had stories by three of my favorite authors, Anthea Sharp, Anna Santos and Margo Bond Collins, I knew I had to get it. Once I read those contributions I knew I had a sweet deal in my hands, as the download would’ve been worth it for any one of them. Once I went on and read the other stories my reaction was “woah”. What a steal. These are well crafted tales. If your a fan of this genre (and oh Dear Lord am I ever) then there’s no way you won’t vastly enjoy this anthology. Highly recommended? Oh yes indeed.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stanley Hutchings

    There were several excellent stories in this anthology, but unfortunately many of them seemed like prequels that ended prematurely, before a satisfying conclusion. It is worth reading for the several exdellent stories though. The Cleaner: Fairytales of Old York City by Caroline Gill: exciting, non-stop action, with character cross-overs and many different fae, especially young ones. Jack must fight a witch, return the young fae to their families, avoid the Reaper, fix a wedding, save the dryads, There were several excellent stories in this anthology, but unfortunately many of them seemed like prequels that ended prematurely, before a satisfying conclusion. It is worth reading for the several exdellent stories though. The Cleaner: Fairytales of Old York City by Caroline Gill: exciting, non-stop action, with character cross-overs and many different fae, especially young ones. Jack must fight a witch, return the young fae to their families, avoid the Reaper, fix a wedding, save the dryads, and defeat the 10 giants attacking Old York City. Faerie Song by Anthea Sharp: a bittersweet tale of love, compassion, and heartbreak set in the Pied Piper's town of Hamlin. Beautiful story, well told. Of Water and Blood by Pauline Creeden: relationship tension between an overbearing Fae and a farm-girl-turned-princess increases as wolf shifters and vampires threaten the Fae. The battle is coming and she may be the key to victory. A sweet teenage infatuation with her protector that seems to be returned. This story seems incomplete, because it ends before the showdown or the blooming of the budding romance. The Perfect Trade of Sea and Sky by Cindar Harrell: the perfect trade was not what was expected, and although it caused sadness and loss, it also opened a realm of new possibilities and experiences. Be careful what you wish for, not all wishes come true as happily as this one. It's like a prequel. Ishka's Garden by Bokerah Brumley is a sweet tale of a brother's devotion to his dying younger sister. Through determination, courage, and luck he succeeds in saving her life and possibly finding a romance in a later story. Stolen by Stacey Jaine McIntosh is a dark tale of a woman promised to the fae to be the mother of a firstborn sacrificed to a witch. Based on Scottish myths, it is dystopic without a happy ending; it ends in a cliff-hanger and is more like a prequel. The Summer Queen by Zoey Xolton is a love story, a romance between a Fae Queen and a mortal mage is threatened by a politically-motivated marriage alliance arranged with a long-time foe. The story ends in a cliff-hanger. It's like a prequel. Chasing Cinderella by Anna Santos is about Odette and Elizabeth, the female descendants of the Charmings (the Prince in Cinderella), and Sleeping Beauty. They are in crush with hunky football players at their college. Then Odette is transported to another realm when she tries on the family heirloom glass slippers. The story just keeps getting better as Odette comes to realize who she really loves, and who loves her. There is a wonderful happy ending. Long May She Reign by Majanka Verstraete is a dark, gloomy tale of a sister's betrayal, an ominous prophecy and warning, and a cliffhanger ending. La Fée Verte by Kat Parrish is a story about two men seeking to return to the realm of La Fée Verte after accidentally leaving it. A very nice story with a happy ending. Cursed Magic by Margo Bond Collins and Rebecca Hamilton is a story about a witch, who has been taught all her life that Fae are her mortal enemies, and a Fae lord who wants to end the interminable war between witches and Fae with the help of the witch. Starting fearing for her life, the witch gradually becomes drawn to the Fae as she sees he is not the monster she's been taught. An excellent story, marred by sloppy editing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tenna Chatman

    Loved most of the stories. Well worth the read. Most of the stories were very good. However, some of the stories were too dark. Still made for a great collection.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jocelyn Rodgers

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    Deirdre

  7. 5 out of 5

    sharon davignon

  8. 5 out of 5

    Eryka Alejandro

  9. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Sareen

  10. 4 out of 5

    Iris

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shawnee Wolfe

  12. 4 out of 5

    Julie E. (Bookshelf Adventures)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Felicia

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    Shandon

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    Sherri Scott

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    Karen Jarrell

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    Erik Twede

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    Carman Townsend Welsch

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    Amanda

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    Roxy Nakamura

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    Barbara Goulding

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    Aizlynne

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    Peggy Murphy

  24. 5 out of 5

    Denise

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    Tim Hayes

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    John F. Woodruff

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    Jill

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    Mandy

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    Natasha Sinclair

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    Chenae Felton

  31. 4 out of 5

    Michele

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    Desiranna Ross

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    Sherry

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    Tamara Herriott

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    Sheila

  36. 5 out of 5

    Dean

  37. 5 out of 5

    Bookwyrm Jones

  38. 4 out of 5

    Audra

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