Saturday, July 29, 2017

The Brothers Ménage by Louisa Bacio


The Brothers Ménage

Who says all fairytale princesses are cursed?

Blessed with the ability to shift on the first three days of the New Moon, Princess Daphne vows to find a romantic connection before her father locks her into a loveless, arranged marriage.
Twins Cliff and Jacob know all the animals in the forest, until they come across shifter Daphne, who appears to them in different forms before transforming into a human.
As time runs out, the brothers from the wrong side of the tracks must weigh if a lifetime with Daphne is worth sharing their own secret, and if it’ll make a difference.

My review:

The Brothers Ménage by Louisa Bacio is an erotic fairytale. Take a motherless, shapeshifting princess add in fraternal twins raised in the forest who have secrets of their own mix well and you have a sexy fun romp that will have you looking at fairy tales in a new light. A fast, fun read.

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1 comment:

Louisa Bacio said...

Glad you enjoyed this wicked little fairy tale adaptation. I appreciate it.