A Bite’s Tale: A Furry Fable by Veronica Blade

Story: Cyndey/Cinderella becomes a werewolf just as she experiences her first kiss with Jack, who happens to be the boy she meets up with each summer while she and her mother come to visit her aunt and cousins. What Cydney doesn’t know is that Jack is Remy the Prince of the island. She attacks Jack almost taking his life the first time she ever turns into a werewolf. Cydney leaves the island only to return years later with her younger brother after the death of her mother. She has not been able to forget Jack, nor has he been able to forget her. Cydney struggles with being a werewolf and is contestant fear of attacking someone else. She even refuses to go to the ball the Princes’ family is throwing to find Jack/Remy a wife. She ‘s afraid of exposing her inner Wolf. What she doesn’t know is that Jack/Remy is no longer the same person, he also has a blood thirsty secrete to reveal.

Our Rating: 5 out of 5 hairy stars

Review: Cinderella + werewolf + vampire = huge success. This is not your typical Cinderella story and don’t expect it to be. One of the things we loved the most was there was no evil stepmother and step sisters. Instead Cydney’s aunt and cousins are amazing to her and you can’t help but love them. Her younger brother will also win you over quickly, especially with all his one liners that bring humor to this story. The paranormal twists makes this story even better than the Disney version we all know. The love story between Cydney and Jack/Remy is so sweet, and you’ll find yourself rooting for them to be together. Trust us this book does not disappoint.

So get yourself a pair of furry socks and read A Bite’s Tale: A Furry Fable

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**We received this book for free by the author. We were not bribed or paid in any way for this review. **

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