A Not-So-Grimm Fairytale

A Not So Grimm Fairytale True love isn t easy to find even for handsome princes Warnings silliness

  • Title: A Not-So-Grimm Fairytale
  • Author: Ann Somerville
  • ISBN: 9781466107724
  • Page: 114
  • Format: free online fiction
  • True love isn t easy to find, even for handsome princes.Warnings silliness

    Not so good Synonyms, Not so good Antonyms Thesaurus Synonyms for not so good at Thesaurus with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions Find descriptive alternatives for not so good. A Not So Modest Proposal Quest World of Warcraft A Not So Modest Proposal Accept the quest, A Not So Modest Proposal, from Wind Trader Marid at coords . Travel southeast to Access Shaft Zeon, a Not so Idioms by The Free Dictionary Also, not half bad not so or too bad not too shabby.Fairly good, as in Not bad, said the conductor, but we need to play the scherzo again, or The movie wasn t half bad, but Jerry wanted to go home, or Our garden s not too bad this year, or How are things going Not too shabby.All of the terms involving bad, which imply that something is less bad than it might be, date from the mid s. Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher I m Jamie I am blessed with a very patient husband and amazing children I love my dog, HGTV, tacos and country music I m super organized and passionate about hands on learning that is fun A Not So Basic Home Home Facebook A Not So Basic Home, Corona, California .K likes We are here to create quality custom made furniture with out the outrageous price tag Farm house A NOT so secret garden Home Facebook A NOT so secret garden , likes A fun page with beautiful gardens, unusual plants and flowers and plenty of awesome ideas and DIY too Pics are Not So Churchy Not So Churchy is an alternative church group for those of all sexual orientations and gender identities who aren t attracted to the traditional church experience Meets monthly in Manhattan Come have a Not So Churchy experience A Not So Secular Saint Los Angeles Review of Books TO BOTH HIS progressivist heirs and his conservative critics, John Stuart Mill is a secular saint, a priest of the triumphant modern moral order Whether he is being celebrated or vilified, the A Not So Revealing Story Tesla Apr , A Not So Revealing Story The Tesla Team April , We welcome constructive criticism, but those who care about journalistic integrity should strive for the truth above all Unfortunately, the writers at Reveal have published an article that paints a completely false picture of Tesla and what it is actually like to work here. A Not So Enlightened Youth My Uneasy Road to Awareness A Not So Enlightened Youth My Uneasy Road to Awareness A Guide to Finding Yourself from Within Koi Fresco, Vishuddha Das on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Half life story Half guide to awakening A Not So Enlightened Youth describes the life of Koi Fresco and his methodology towards changing one s life for the better.

    • A Not-So-Grimm Fairytale « Ann Somerville
      114 Ann Somerville
    • thumbnail Title: A Not-So-Grimm Fairytale « Ann Somerville
      Posted by:Ann Somerville
      Published :2019-02-13T19:58:14+00:00

    About “Ann Somerville

    • Ann Somerville

      Ann Somerville grew up in one of Australia s prettiest small cities In 1989, she left Australia with a BA and a burning ambition to see of the world and its people, and to discover this culture thing people kept telling her about In 2006, she returned home to Southeast Queensland with two degrees this time in science and IT , an English husband and a staggering case of homesickness, vowing never to leave Australia again.Her long, plot driven fiction featuring gay and bisexual characters has been published by Samhain Publishing and elsewhere.

    567 thoughts on “A Not-So-Grimm Fairytale

    • I am going to give it three stars because it was free and funny at partsOther than that it just wasn’t for me. (view spoiler)[the prince is married with kids and of course sleeps with anyone. I get its part of the times the book is set for nobility but I still didn’t like it. Then after being cursed the prince never grows he stays the same asshat he was. He fucks hundreds of people while the guy who loves him and can break the curse just watches or sets up the encounters. The Prince was an i [...]

    • Incredibly funny short story about oblivious (read: not very bright) prince in search of real love, his half-sister determined to help him and his loyal valet who just might be what prince is looking for. A piece of fun packed in 13 pages. I loved it!

    • I have mixed reactions to this book.I think the author wanted the tone of the story to be very tongue in cheek or borderline sarcastic. It was kind of snide and silly and it kind of worked.But what irritated me is two things:1) at the beginning and the end of this free story the author says "if you like this story please check out my other stories at Smashswords" So I felt that this story was a form of advertising or promotion for her other books. I dont begrudge any author doing this - in fact [...]

    • HILARIOUS*NO Spoilers* In a genre full of "homo-angst" (i.e closet cases, family estrangement, DADT drama - all of which I love), it's nice to run across a story of high-silliness. Somerville knows what her short story is: a fairy tale. And before reading, the reader should know that too. The tale unfolds as a reboot of "Beauty and the Beast," containing hilarious, parenthetical asides and one-liners that caused me to have a grin on my face through the entire (very quick) read. At spots, I even [...]

    • A short and rather silly fairytale -- essentially a variation on the Beauty and the Beast theme. The main character is rather unlikeable, but the ending sort of made me smile anyway. The humour is mostly in snide and silly remarks about the fairytale tropes, and stuff like inappropriate nicknames, rather than being actually funny.It doesn't fill me with the urge to read more of this author's work, but nor does it turn me off. It was free from Smashwords, anyway, so I didn't lose out by it.

    • I was surprised that I cared for this. It's not the story, it's standard fairy tale fare. What made me like this is the asides. I find it interesting when an author speaks directly to the reader saying: 'I know this is impossible, you know this impossible so why can't I talk to you'. That sort of winking is very humorous to me and that's why I think this story is a good read.

    • Okay, it was stupid and silly and much was lampshaded it and that's the only reason it has such a relatively high rating.Alferonzo was a complete jackass and while I get that that was kind of the point, that didn't stop me from disliking him any less. Fourth walls are broken by proxy.

    • This story was so funny, that I couldn't stop laughing. It was silly, really silly and I really wanted to hit Alfie over the head for not noticing Wat earlier. If you like a sweet and funny story you should read this.

    • It was a quick read and free. It warns in the description that it's silly and it does have it's silly moments.

    • Alferonzo & Wat.As someone in the reviews has said: I will give it 3 stars because it was free and funny at parts. A really quick read easy and fun.

    • it was silly and made me chuckle a few times. too short to go anywhere, but i just might give the author another chance.

    • An interesting, well-written short story which is a combination of both old-world, and some modern sensibilities, and a story with a good sense of humor, this adding to its readability.

    • A unique retelling of Beauty and the Beast. For a short read the character and world development was well done. It just wasn't for me though.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *