Review: On Being Wicked by Tielle St. Claire

On Being Wicked by Tielle St. Claire
Release Date:  February 27, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 56
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Takes place in the world of Fairy Dust and Marvin and the Three Bears.

Discovering a prince is secretly visiting her prisoner, Rapunzel, the evil witch decides to punish them both—until a little harmless meddling from a substitute Fairy Godmother transforms her from harried hag to horny hottie.

Now there’s no time for hexing, what with all the sexing, including a hands-on (and mouth-on…and tongue-on) warm-up courtesy of Rapunzel and her prince, and a lusty punishment from two gorgeous guys who put the “wood” in “woodsmen”.

The witch is about to discover just how wicked she can be.

 

Review:  After reading, On Being Wicked, I’ll never look at the classic fairy tales the same. Grimm’s popular stories have been redone many times, but none I’ve read came close to this. When the overseer of fairy tales gets tired of seeing the same thing play out, and sprinkles his magical dust, everything changes. With the rules bent, the once wicked witch from Rapunzel finds herself young, attractive, and irresistible. Her sexual romp takes her on an adventure she’d never dared dream about.  Ms. St. Claire wrote a sizzling, short full of imagination and toe-curling sexual exploration. If you like to see fairytales revamped and hotter than Hades this is the perfect fit for you.