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by Marianne LaCroix

Genre: Erotic Romance, E-book

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In the enchanted land of Faylin, "Wolfman" Jack Horner is famous for
his ability to bring women pleasure.
His latest conquest, Grandma Redmon, ends strangely. Her screams of bliss are mistaken for calls of distress when her granddaughter catches them. Furious,
she accuses Jack of attempted murder and has him arrested.

Convicted of the charge (and with
no help from granny!), Jack awaits his sentence. However, the Bacon Brothers provide a way to freedom by giving him magic beans, which transport him to
a magical cloud kingdom. There, Jack must rescue the mesmerizing Sugar Plum Fairy Shaylee from King Titus. As the two work together to gain their freedom, their feelings intensify in
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf.

In The Snowmaiden, Sasha is a
snow fairy who helps Father Frost
paint the countryside with snow and
ice. She enjoys her work but feels there's something missing. When a hunter builds a cabin in the woods, she's intrigued to find out more about this mysterious man.

LaCroix follows the traditional fairy-tale theme but adds a unique twist by providing loads of unexpected passion and riveting sex. The ending of this highly entertaining book is the perfect culmination of dreams fulfilled in (Aug., 149 pp., $12.95)

Reviewed By: Suzie Housley


Published: August 2004

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