Ever since little Tess cut off her doll's hands and painted them blood red, she's longed to live in a gruesome fairy tale. But when grown-up Tess can hardly tend her own wounds, how can she free a golden-haired woodsman from his curse?
Larissa Brown, author of the Viking love story Beautiful Wreck, crosses genres again with a novella that's part fairytale, part psychological horror, with a dash of fated love. "A deliciously dark tale worthy of The Brothers Grimm. The sumptuously colorful and evocative prose takes you to a realm far beyond the ordinary." -- N.J. Layouni, author of the bestselling TALES OF A TRAVELER series.
Tress is a novella of 21,000 words (the equivalent of about 80 print pages.)