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Reviews by Jessewave gives 4.5 out of 5 stars!

“Once upon a time, there was an m/m romance that with its first paragraph transported me to that magical realm of fairy tales. This story is beautifully written, almost lyrical in its flow, like the fairy tales of yore. This was a light (ha!), fun, engaging story. Great for a beach read, a comfort read; one of those moments you want something you know will make you laugh, smile, and feel good.”

 Top2Bottom Reviews gives Earthly Desires 4.5 out of 5!

“Earthly Desires is a sexy story between two unique and interesting heroes. I loved the way the story was told and enjoyed the fairytale-ish theme of the book itself. It’s full of adventure, romance and it highly entertained this reader throughout the entire book.”

 

Joyfully Jay’s Review Blog gives Earthly Desires 4.25 out of 5 stars!

 “I found this an enjoyable and fun story. It was an unusual tale and I was drawn into the book immediately and it kept my attention throughout.  The characters are entertaining and endearing, especially Efrosin, and I got a few giggles along the way.  If you are looking for a light and fun read, and especially if you like unique fairy tales, I’d give this one a try.”

Amelia Gormley, author of THE IMPULSE TRILOGY, gives 5 stars via Goodreads.

“This was a wonderful fairy tale, witty and whimsical, sexy and silly, surprisingly touching at times, laugh-out-loud funny at others, and when the plot really got rolling, a complete page-turner.”

More from GoodReads readers

“This is a joyfully sexy short m/m fairytale. I fell in love with Efrosin, the beautiful prince cursed to a life of weightlessness, both physically and emotionally. Such an original ‘curse’ too. It has very poignant ramifications that really suit the fairytale genre. As his love for the equally cursed young woodsman Dmitri develops, Efrosin’s tether to the earth and to human feelings, grows. A lovely HEA in the grand tradition of the Brothers Grimm. — MandyM gives 4 out of 5 stars via GoodReads.

“This has to be the most delightfully naughty fairy tale in the whole history of fairy tales involving naughtiness. Efrosin and his innocent exuberance were instantly endearing, and I loved how well balanced he and Dmitri are. The whole idea of the curse of lightness was fascinating, and I adored the way it was handled. Efrosin could have used the excuse to become truly heartless but somehow managed to be a decent, kind-hearted person underneath the externally-imposed inability to care. Dmitri’s stolid acceptance of his life of solitude, and the cheerful optimism with which he lived were also wonderfully endearing. The two of them together were deliciously hot! The hopeful, innocent way in which Efrosin makes his delightfully filthy overtures to Dmitri, and the delight they both showed in realizing their feelings were returned made me melt! And like all good fairy tales, the messages in this one are of hope and faith and that goodness and love can conquer all. Lovely story!” — Julesmarie gives it 5 stars via GoodReads.

“I have a soft heart for fairy tales (that is why I watched “Once Upon A Time” season 1 religiously) — and my, what a lovely fairy tale this one is. It has a cursed prince, a cursed woodsman, and a path to love and happily ever after. Efrosin is captivating in his almost childish innocence, as he cajoles Dmitri to ravish him. Dmitri is more quiet — he seems to be quite flabbergasted by the prince. I even enjoyed reading the ravishment part, I didn’t skipped the scenes! Reading about Efrosin who tastes like clouds and Dmitri who tastes like earth is wonderful. The writing is so beautiful — very fairy tale like. And of course we have that grand finale, where sacrifice is made before Efrosin and Dmitri can find their way to be together…. The scene is so powerful I choked with emotion. I read that this is a new series from the two authors, and I honestly cannot wait to read what other fairy tales that they will write.” — Ami gives it 4.25 out of 5 stars via GoodReads.

“I’m a sucker for a fairytale retelling, and a lot of the more popular ones are done to death. This story was original, refreshing and genuinely engaging.” — miss_chams gives 4 out of 5 stars via GoodReads.

“An utterly delightful tale!” — Amaranth Eden gives 4 out of 5 stars via GoodReads.

“I loved this story. I didn’t expect the plot to suck me in quite as much as it did, but once the story started rolling I couldn’t put my Kindle down! The action was very hot, and the story had just enough heartbreak to make the ending all the more sweet.” — Erin gives 5 stars via GoodReads.

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