Sunday, March 27, 2016

Review: Little Red Writing

Little Red Writing Little Red Writing by Lila DiPasqua
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is book six in the "Fiery Tales" series by Lila DiPasqua. I have been jumping around in the series so I feel this is a standalone book. Lila DiPasqua is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Ms .DiPasqua books hits the heart strings, are very hot, always great secondary characters and just all around great books.
This book is putting spin on Little Red Riding Hood in the way of Nicolas de Savignac, Count of Lambelle being the wolf, as that is his nickname. The heroine Anne has red hair for her part.
Nicolas and his friend are working for the King to find out who the author is that is writing stories/books against some of the men. Nicholas is to arrest the person who is doing the writing. So it is narrowed down to three sisters that are staying at his estranged Grandmother's house. There Nicholas finds himself attracted to the middle sister but he still plans to go through pretending he is there for his grandmother while investigating her and her sisters. Anne has been hurt before and her writing is done with the help of other women who have been hurt by men. Anne is bring their story to life and keep every identity secret.
I don't think you can go wrong with this book if you love a hot story!

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