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PROLOGUE When last we left our fierce princesses--rulers of the United Kingdom of Enchantment, they had found themselves in grave peril. Facing an unseen enemy, an unknown nemesis. Dare I say, a villain. Not one of mine, of course. No, whoever was behind the spell that stole the memories of my princesses, was far darker than any my imagination had ever conceived. This vi PROLOGUE When last we left our fierce princesses--rulers of the United Kingdom of Enchantment, they had found themselves in grave peril. Facing an unseen enemy, an unknown nemesis. Dare I say, a villain. Not one of mine, of course. No, whoever was behind the spell that stole the memories of my princesses, was far darker than any my imagination had ever conceived. This villain--villains?--was far more cruel than a stepmother, more heartless than a greedy queen, more diabolically patient than a wicked witch. Whoever had cast the spell had a sinister power the likes of which I had never seen in my homeland. But if you live long enough, as I have, you hear whispers on the wind of such darkness. Soulless creatures who will stop at nothing to destroy anything--or anyone--who blocks their crooked path. I have heard of such villains. Others have written about them. They exist in the shadows until some thread of their own story unravels, and they seek out a new narrative. Not that I know who is behind the undoing of my heroines. If I did, I would have given them the tools to fight the evil. I would have written them their happy endings. Alas, I know not what will become of them now in this strange new world. I know only that between them, they are more powerful than they ever realized. And that the one destined to save them all need only to remain steadfast and strong to rise to victory. Then maybe--just maybe--this won’t be the end of their tale. However, the powerful clap of hoof beats, the drumming of soldiers approaching, and the smell of treachery in the air surrounding my tiny cottage as I write this, tells me that it could be the end of mine. ~Jacob Grimm The Scribe


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PROLOGUE When last we left our fierce princesses--rulers of the United Kingdom of Enchantment, they had found themselves in grave peril. Facing an unseen enemy, an unknown nemesis. Dare I say, a villain. Not one of mine, of course. No, whoever was behind the spell that stole the memories of my princesses, was far darker than any my imagination had ever conceived. This vi PROLOGUE When last we left our fierce princesses--rulers of the United Kingdom of Enchantment, they had found themselves in grave peril. Facing an unseen enemy, an unknown nemesis. Dare I say, a villain. Not one of mine, of course. No, whoever was behind the spell that stole the memories of my princesses, was far darker than any my imagination had ever conceived. This villain--villains?--was far more cruel than a stepmother, more heartless than a greedy queen, more diabolically patient than a wicked witch. Whoever had cast the spell had a sinister power the likes of which I had never seen in my homeland. But if you live long enough, as I have, you hear whispers on the wind of such darkness. Soulless creatures who will stop at nothing to destroy anything--or anyone--who blocks their crooked path. I have heard of such villains. Others have written about them. They exist in the shadows until some thread of their own story unravels, and they seek out a new narrative. Not that I know who is behind the undoing of my heroines. If I did, I would have given them the tools to fight the evil. I would have written them their happy endings. Alas, I know not what will become of them now in this strange new world. I know only that between them, they are more powerful than they ever realized. And that the one destined to save them all need only to remain steadfast and strong to rise to victory. Then maybe--just maybe--this won’t be the end of their tale. However, the powerful clap of hoof beats, the drumming of soldiers approaching, and the smell of treachery in the air surrounding my tiny cottage as I write this, tells me that it could be the end of mine. ~Jacob Grimm The Scribe

30 review for The Bitches of Enchantment

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sheilah

    The sequel to the first, Bitches of Everafter, picked up right where it left off with tongue lashing quibs and crazy magical ladies. It was a playful return to an easy and fun read. There is nothing negative to say about this story. The only caution I suggest is this is a dark twist on the classic fairytales, and with that twist comes colorful language. Other than the language, it is a tickling treat to read such a colorful and different take on the classic fairytales. It is fun, it is clever, it The sequel to the first, Bitches of Everafter, picked up right where it left off with tongue lashing quibs and crazy magical ladies. It was a playful return to an easy and fun read. There is nothing negative to say about this story. The only caution I suggest is this is a dark twist on the classic fairytales, and with that twist comes colorful language. Other than the language, it is a tickling treat to read such a colorful and different take on the classic fairytales. It is fun, it is clever, it is wild and original. Everyone who has a sense of humor should check this story out. The best part of the story is that it evolves. The characters are constantly changing. Red Riding Hood, the first villain of the tale, changes in ways I never expected. It keeps the characters present and lively. https://cellardoorbooks.wordpress.com...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne

    Needed a change of pace. This is the second in the Everafter Trilogy. I enjoy retold fairy tales. This story meets 5 of our favorite criminally inclined princesses with lost memories assigned to a halfway house in modern times. Second book does need a better editor. Wasn't a stellar plot or writing but it was fun and of course fast Needed a change of pace. This is the second in the Everafter Trilogy. I enjoy retold fairy tales. This story meets 5 of our favorite criminally inclined princesses with lost memories assigned to a halfway house in modern times. Second book does need a better editor. Wasn't a stellar plot or writing but it was fun and of course fast

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Jarvis

    I enjoyed this one as much as the first a nice easy read with plenty of humour we got to to meet more characters and there were more twists and turns, looking forward to seeing how it ends when the third book is released

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jstrootle

    Enjoyable but lots of holes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Trudie

    Way back in 2015 I read a book called The Bitches of Everafter. I had been looking for fairytale retellings (yeah, I had just read a book called Cinder and was hunting for something else to read) and I came across that. I loved it. As the title may give away, there is plenty of foul language in it, but in a comical way most of the time. The Bitches of Enchantment was the same. It starts where the other book left off, our fairy tale princesses (who just so happen to be convicted for some misdoing Way back in 2015 I read a book called The Bitches of Everafter. I had been looking for fairytale retellings (yeah, I had just read a book called Cinder and was hunting for something else to read) and I came across that. I loved it. As the title may give away, there is plenty of foul language in it, but in a comical way most of the time. The Bitches of Enchantment was the same. It starts where the other book left off, our fairy tale princesses (who just so happen to be convicted for some misdoing or another) kidnap the doctor who is helping rehabilitate them. Their stories have been rewritten, and they don't know it, until they finally remember their stories by some object that is important to them. I know, it all sounds a little confusing, but it does make sense if you read the first book, I promise. Anyway turns out that the person who is responsible for everything isn't even one of Grimm's characters. I'm not going to spoil it by going into detail, what I will say is that these ladies have a lot of sass and a mouth full of bad language. The language itself isn't that big of a deal, not to me at least. These princesses are stuck in a world that isn't their own and they are acting like normal people. Well, all except a certain Snow White. She's far too innocent for all of that. Or is she? The characters themselves are fantastic. They all have their own personality and they are nothing like the prim and proper ladies that you'd expect them to be. There is a lot of cat fighting, and you can really see why. They all clash over one thing or another, just like normal young ladies do. Even the men in the story have a certain flare to them that really brings them to life. The description is great, most of the time I really felt that I could close my eyes and see what was going on in my head. That's why I look for in a good book, the great imagery that means I can just close my eyes and picture it all. I saw some wonderful settings when reading this book. If you don't swearing, and there is A LOT of it, then please do avoid the books. Otherwise, if you want a bit of a chuckle and like a twisted fairytale then go for it. There is going to be a third book, but I have no idea when that should be. It could be this year, it could be next (my Kindle book does suggest that it is coming in 2017). Either way, I am really looking forward to it!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lonny Johnson

    This is a wild ride into fairy tales like you've never heard them. Start with Grimm's princesses: Snow White, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Aurora, and Belle. Add Robin Hood, Marian, Red Riding Hood, Jack, Tinkerbell, Alice, and Dorothy Gale along with tons of others as characters or pop culture references, then twist the whole thing until it cries "Uncle". These are not your childhood stories. Someone has rewritten the Happy Endings, erasing the memories of our Heroes, and sticking them in a land calle This is a wild ride into fairy tales like you've never heard them. Start with Grimm's princesses: Snow White, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Aurora, and Belle. Add Robin Hood, Marian, Red Riding Hood, Jack, Tinkerbell, Alice, and Dorothy Gale along with tons of others as characters or pop culture references, then twist the whole thing until it cries "Uncle". These are not your childhood stories. Someone has rewritten the Happy Endings, erasing the memories of our Heroes, and sticking them in a land called Everafter. To reclaim their kingdoms and defeat the most unlikely villain they must regain their memories and restore their allies. Then they must find their way to their own lands, now called the United Kingdoms of Enchantment. There they will have to outwit and outfight their enemies to win back their thrones. This book is funny, bawdy, filled with non stop twists on the tales you thought you knew, and totally delightful. It does have strong language so be warned. You will be glad you joined Snow, Cindy, Aura, Punzie, and Belle in this adventure. I do recommend you read the first volume "The Bitches of Everafter" first as this book follows directly from it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    E.

    Story definitely picks up, a whole lot better than the first, in my opinion. I’m even intrigued for the third installment of this series; however I still think the “bitches” name calling is not adding value to the story, and is more like a kind of trademark to the series due to the titles of the books.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Helen Nelander

    I really enjoyed this, and I'm looking forward to the final book of the trilogy, yet to be released. This one gives some hints as to why all of these fairytale leading ladies are ending up in the same story, but also, I felt like it had its own ending, more than the first book, which had a more awkward cliffhanger ending. I really enjoyed this, and I'm looking forward to the final book of the trilogy, yet to be released. This one gives some hints as to why all of these fairytale leading ladies are ending up in the same story, but also, I felt like it had its own ending, more than the first book, which had a more awkward cliffhanger ending.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lester D

    Enticing Book This book has a new twist to all fairy tales. The excitement and peril of each character kept me wanting to jump ahead to the next. The unknown and the unexpected in a more modern time causes one to wish there was a never land for each of us. A very unexpected and great read. I would recommend to all who like fantasy with a twist and moderation of new age.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mairi Krausse

    Grown up fairy tale, part 2 Such an intriguing story, all the fairy tale queens, soldiers and other creatures in a twisted series. It even includes the mater storyteller, Grimm! Wonderful character development, as the author makes them interesting humans. Will read again in the future!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Waldron

    The bitches are back! Seriously, this series is in my top 5 faves! Love the take on classic fairy tales, turn bad ass! Funny, funny, funny! Plus you get love and action! A book well worth reading.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brandy

    Well we have been introduced to a few newbies. Dorthy, Alice and the mad hatter. Pretty good, I like the twist on the classics. My problem now is I don't even see a release date for the next book! Well we have been introduced to a few newbies. Dorthy, Alice and the mad hatter. Pretty good, I like the twist on the classics. My problem now is I don't even see a release date for the next book!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Fullbright

    This is a great book. This was a multilevel story that kept me guessing all the way to the end. I really enjoyed it. I would recommend this to my female friends. Like I said many many levels. Lots of fun and a fast paced plot.

  14. 4 out of 5

    PeggySue

    This book is 2nd in a Badass twisted fairy tale series. This book is funny, fresh, sassy, and we'll... Bitchy😎 I can not wait to see how she rolls The Land of OZ into this storyline.. I m on pins and needles This book is 2nd in a Badass twisted fairy tale series. This book is funny, fresh, sassy, and we'll... Bitchy😎 I can not wait to see how she rolls The Land of OZ into this storyline.. I m on pins and needles

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    This is great I loved this book. Every character from Grimm's Fairy Tales is mentioned. Every character from Alice in Wonderland is here too. Enjoy a rollicking good time as you read about fairy tale characters as they have never been written before. This is great I loved this book. Every character from Grimm's Fairy Tales is mentioned. Every character from Alice in Wonderland is here too. Enjoy a rollicking good time as you read about fairy tale characters as they have never been written before.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Patti

    Better attitudes The princesses improve and so the story was much more appealing. The unwinding of the plot against the princesses is very well done but the ending seems rushed with no happy endings explained.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Aynne McAvoy

    Very cute series Although it is very similar in some ways to a popular TV series, I like this author and I could tell she was really having fun with this. If the author has fun, then probably you will too! I look forward to the next one in the series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    Like the first book, this one is amazing!! I cannot wait for the 3rd installment of the series. It is nothing like you’ve read before. She puts a twist of all Disney Princesses, that will make you fall in love with all over again. My favorite line from Bell..For Fucks Sakes!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie

    Fairy Tale Heroines! Fairy tales with a twist! Even better when they all combine! Such a wonderful action packed read with princesses who don't quite act like they need to be rescued! Fairy Tale Heroines! Fairy tales with a twist! Even better when they all combine! Such a wonderful action packed read with princesses who don't quite act like they need to be rescued!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Orsatti

    Just as good as the first Where are you going Looney Toons. In this book the princesses find out how crazy Alice really is! They all work together not only to remember who they really are but to save their kingdom.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cattie Whaley

    Another great book! I am obsessed with this series. The characters are great and all have different personalities. No fairytale whitewash in these books. Just bitches getting it done!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gillian Thomas

    Fanbloodytastic What a riotous ramble. Thoroughly enjoyed this tilted look at the Disney princesses and characters.laughed from start to finish. Can't wait to catch up with Dorothy in oz. Fanbloodytastic What a riotous ramble. Thoroughly enjoyed this tilted look at the Disney princesses and characters.laughed from start to finish. Can't wait to catch up with Dorothy in oz.

  23. 4 out of 5

    mmobsby

    I enjoyed this much more than the first book. Loved the bitchy comments coming from fairy tale characters. I was a little disappointed that the characters came straight from Disney rather than Grimm but it didn't detract from the fun. I enjoyed this much more than the first book. Loved the bitchy comments coming from fairy tale characters. I was a little disappointed that the characters came straight from Disney rather than Grimm but it didn't detract from the fun.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cheri

    A twisted fairy tale This is the second book in the series. I read it in just 8 hours. I love the way the author wove all my favorite fairy tales together and even brought in a slice of my favorite movie! I can't wait for the third book! A twisted fairy tale This is the second book in the series. I read it in just 8 hours. I love the way the author wove all my favorite fairy tales together and even brought in a slice of my favorite movie! I can't wait for the third book!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Zoë

    They are back Messrs Alice was defeated and all was right again or is it? Can't wait till the next book comes out x They are back Messrs Alice was defeated and all was right again or is it? Can't wait till the next book comes out x

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rachelle

    I am always amazed with the twists and love the humor.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Van Zandt

    Part 2 I like the idea of taking fairy tales and turning to modern. Its reminds me of the show Once on TV. Can't wait for part 3 of this series Part 2 I like the idea of taking fairy tales and turning to modern. Its reminds me of the show Once on TV. Can't wait for part 3 of this series

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    Fun easy read I really love the Bitches books. Fairytale fantasies are some of my favorites, but hard to find. Ready for the 3rd one of the trilogy to come out!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Denise McLachlan

    Action meets fairytale This is such a good book, it has action, adventure, love and kick @$$ women. It's lots of fun to read. Action meets fairytale This is such a good book, it has action, adventure, love and kick @$$ women. It's lots of fun to read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Misty l Otto

    Love I just love these books. I can't put them down. They are laugh out loud funny as well as suspenseful Love I just love these books. I can't put them down. They are laugh out loud funny as well as suspenseful

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