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When Petunia, the youngest of King Gregor's 12 dancing daughters, is invited to visit an elderly friend in the neighboring country of Westfalin, she welcomes the change of scenery. But in order to reach Westfalin, Petunia must pass through a forest where strange two-legged wolves are rumored to exist. Wolves intent on redistributing the wealth of the noble citizens who have entered their territory. But the bandit-wolves prove more rakishly handsome than truly dangerous, and it's not until Petunia reaches her destination that she realizes the kindly grandmother she has been summoned to visit is really an enemy bent on restoring an age-old curse. 

The stories of Red Riding Hood and Robin Hood get a twist as Petunia and her many sisters take on bandits, grannies, and the new King Under Stone to end their family curse once and for all.

©2012 Jessica Day George (P)2020 Recorded Books

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Like Merlin, I am reading this trilogy backwards. The story is so written that you can easily keep track of who is who, doing what to whom. Actually, even if the dozens of royalty get mixed in your head, as in any JDG book, you know that the last persons standing are the heroes.

My only beef (or thorn) is that (as Anton Chekov once said, if there is a gun mentioned in a story, it must be used) a fairly modern hammer-style pistol is mentioned hundreds of times. I found myself shouting "Just use it, already. Sheesh." Then, at a critical moment, with metal bars crammed into the barrel "for extra effect", I wanted to scream, "Don't pull the trigger!!!!"