Roar: Goldilocks Retold

· Romance a Medieval Fairytale series Book 17 · Lost Plot Press
3 reviews

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Three bears. Two enemies. One winter that will change everything.

Ursula thought her biggest worry was hiding her magic powers long enough to catch a husband, until Lord Vauquelin invades and slaughters her whole family. When she emerges from hiding, she finds she's snowed in with a wounded enemy soldier, in a valley full of bears.

Can a girl who can't even make porridge survive until spring?

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3 reviews
Kobie Do
January 4, 2019
Found this tale to be an interesting twist on the old fairy tale, A story about a woman whose family was destroyed around her, a man who was mistreated by his father and his king, their discovery of each other, a touch of magic to save the people that survived, their trust for each other tested and revenge for both of them
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linda iacobacci
January 2, 2019
Very different, captivating, and quite well written, with great character development rather loosely based on the original Goldilocks tale.Yes, there are three bears, something broken, a porridge difficult to get right, and some running away, but the rest is an entirely new, refreshingly inventive tale!
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