An unlikely duo. A wicked witch. Whatever it takes to find their way home.
Once upon a time...
Rhona is certain her stepmother wants to kill her and her sisters, and she'll stop at nothing to do it. Leaving them in the woods alone, drugging their food and drink...is nothing safe?
Bitter at his brother's betrothal, Grieve is banished to Rum Island as a squire to Rhona's father. Grieve thought he had enough trouble with Rhona's stepmother and the threat of war with Alba, until a witch takes Grieve and Rhona prisoner.
Can Rhona and Grieve survive long enough to find their happily ever after?
Romance a Medieval Fairytale series:
Each book is a standalone, so they can be read in any order:
Enchant: Beauty and the Beast Retold
Dance: Cinderella Retold
Fly: Goose Girl Retold
Revel: Twelve Dancing Princesses Retold
Silence: Little Mermaid Retold
Awaken: Sleeping Beauty Retold
Embellish: Brave Little Tailor Retold
Appease: Princess and the Pea Retold
Blow: Three Little Pigs Retold
Return: Hansel and Gretel Retold
Wish: Aladdin Retold
Melt: Snow Queen Retold
Spin: Rumpelstiltskin Retold
Kiss: Frog Prince Retold
Hunt: Red Riding Hood Retold
Reflect: Snow White Retold
Roar: Goldilocks Retold
Cobble: Elves and the Shoemaker Retold
Float: Enchanted Horse Retold
Steal: Forty Thieves Retold
Call: Pied Piper Retold
Customer ReviewsSee All
Very good quick read. It blends the traditional story of Hansel and Gretel with medieval culture to make a unique, fun, story. I received an arc and am voluntarily reviewing it.
Who saves who?
Overall rating: 4.6
This is the most unique retelling of the Hansel and Gretel fairytale. I actually enjoyed the references to the three little pigs that appeared in this book. The ability to tie together the characters from different books is greatly appealing. Of course there is no cliffhanger but I do enjoy the tie ins that appear at the conclusion which gives you something to look forward to. Enjoyed the gender role dilemmas that these characters experienced. Highly entertaining, a definite recommend!