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Ivy Thorn #2

The Fairy Tale Twist

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Ivy has figured out how to keep the pixies away. She's safe! But now there are other things to worry about.

In an effort to protect her unborn brother, Ivy strikes a deal with the creepy little pixie who trapped her before. But when she finds herself in a family of disappearing princesses, Ivy throws the fairy tale on its ear to save the kingdom from a destructive love spell.

142 pages, ebook

First published August 11, 2013

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Emily Casey

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I'm a writer from Tallahassee who chases three crazy kids around the house all day before collapsing in front of my computer.

I write everything from fairy tales to zombies, whatever's exciting to me. (The muse likes to bounce around.)

Other little tid-bits: I'm a dog person (I have a German Shepherd named Guybrush), I like to run (most of the time) and majored in Psychology (which explains why I'm a little nuts) with a minor in English (which explains the whole writing thing).

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September 19, 2014
I read this book in one sitting and had a lot of fun doing so. The twists the story took were great but still true enough to the original tale so I'd recognize the bits. The pixie was obnoxious as always and Ivye as spunky as in the first book. It was well worth the money I spend, and I recommend it to all lovers of twisted fairy tales.
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May 25, 2014
The quality of the writing is greatly improved from the first book in the series. It was much more detailed and didn't move from scene to scene in as rushed a way (though it does move at a quick pace). I plan to finish reading the series when the rest of it becomes available.
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