Charlotte gets more than she bargained for when her fairy godmother, Muffin, sends her into a fairy tale for a second chance at life. But instead of being the heroine...Charlotte's accidentally become the evil queen! To make matters worse, there's a man captive in her basement. A very sexy, very angry man who also thinks Charlotte's the bad guy.
Now she has to figure out how to save the day and get the guy. But will Kai be able to see the real Charlotte underneath it all? Can she thaw his anger and win his love before the "real" heroine ices her? Will the Snow Queen get a happy ever after for once?
This novel features a captive alpha hero, a reluctant evil queen, a storyline nothing like that movie you're all thinking of, and some creative use of ice in the bedroom.
©2014 Jill Myles (P)2015 Jill Myles
Love it! Always had a fascination for fairytale as all stories come from something true and embellished upon. This one is right up there with Ever After.
Honestly, No. this was not my favorite in this series.
Charlotte finding the condition that the previous Snow Queen had left Kai in was pretty interesting.
I have listened to the other stories in this series and she does a great job.
Yes, I wanted to see where it would go.
The premise of these stories all hinge on someone being thrown into a fairy tale to save their own life in the end. With this one, Charlotte was told she would have to win in order to live. In the end, the rules changed and you get your HEA. I think this could have been more fun if Charlotte was the type of person who had a broken moral compass and could have had some fun with the Snow Queen character instead of being weighed down by it. Just an opinion.
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