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Once Upon A Wish: 16 Dreamy Faerie Tales (Once Upon Series Book 6) Kindle Edition
The Dust Wish - Alethea Kontis
A prince attempting to win the hand of a princess is helped by an enthusiastic boy, a snarky maid, and a wish-granting dust bunny.
Ashes to Ashes - Phaedra Weldon
Bounty Hunter Cynder's latest job is to hunt down a Djinn who refuses to fulfill his third wish. Not quite believing in such things as Wish Givers (especially Fairy Godmothers), Cynder's world capsizes when she discovers what that third wish is all about.
Wallina - Nikki Jefford
A beautiful orphan is adopted then imprisoned by marriage-minded trolls, sorcerers, and faeries in this magical adventure.
Wicked Winds - Kasey Mackenzie
Dorrie Gale's been a ball of anxiety since her mother was ripped away from her arms by a Kansas twister, never to be seen again. When wicked winds return over a decade later only to sweep her away, Dorrie's forced to believe that her mother's storybook tales are actually true.
The Fairest Shop of Them All - Shawntelle Madison
A tyrannical duchess makes a dark wish, for her to have the fairest hat shop of them all, but an orphan shopkeeper with mystical goods stands in her way.
Immortal Wish - Colleen Gleason
Lyla Harris lives at the bottom of the Sea in the city of Atlantis…but she knows there’s something else up there. When she makes a wish to learn more, a whole new world opens up for her.
Unseen - Christine Pope
After the end of the world, an invisible benefactor comes to Janna Sayers’ aid. But will her curiosity about her mysterious guardian be her undoing?
First Snow - Alexia Purdy
In the dead of winter, Jonna is saved from the cold by an unlikely ally. She's determined to rescue her family from the clutches of an ancient witch who rules the desolate frost lands and turns trespassers into statues of ice.
The Dreamer’s Curse - Rachel Morgan
When a wish bargain with the Godmother goes wrong, Cress winds up cursed to an eternal slumber. But a potion that gives her the ability to travel through dreams may be the key to her escape.
The Lady of the Lake - Julia Crane
What would an otherworldly creature want more than anything? To be mortal, of course. The Lady of the Lake might have bitten off more than she could chew.
The Wishing Thorn - Jamie Ferguson
Leah never believed in her Irish grandmother’s stories about trees granting wishes, but after having her life turned upside-down, she decided to see if the stories were real after all. She chose to make her wish of a blackthorn: the tree of warfare and ill omens, and the keeper of dark secrets...
Woven from Pure Starlight - Jenna Elizabeth Johnson
Caitlin’s glamour-infused hair has kept her from living a life of her own since the death of her mother. When a stranger arrives in the magical forest near her home, Caitlin gets a chance at friendship, love, and the most important thing of all: freedom.
Last Wish - C. Gockel
Once upon a time there was no death. Spirits walked among humans, and giant game sustained them. But as the world changed, something worse than death came to the world.
Heart of the Forest - Anthea Sharp
Pursuing an enchanted creature into a magical forest, a prince discovers that his heart’s desire isn’t what he thought…
Pin Oak’s Wish - Kay McSpadden
Pin Oaks knows her Grandmother Blue can grant wishes, but she’s never needed one until now. It’s 1952, and the young mountain healer wants her grandmother to help her become a real city woman—and to find her true love before he ships out for Korea.
Wish Upon a Straw - Devon Monk
One magical gold spinner, one kingdom full of dragons...
"Be swept away into enchanting lands as you fall in love with reimagined fairytales! These creative tales have some very unique twists." - 5-star review on Goodreads
"A must read...This was a wonderful collection of stories drawing on the basis of fairytale we have heard but with refreshing plot twists." - 5-star review on Amazon--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B08WK387DG
- Publisher : Fiddlehead Press (February 12, 2021)
- Publication date : February 12, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1283 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 470 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1680130986
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #33,871 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #35 in Fairy Tales (Books)
- #64 in Fantasy Anthologies & Short Stories (Kindle Store)
- #77 in Fantasy Anthologies
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Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2021
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The first story, “The Dust Wish” by Alethea Kontis has me looking at dust bunnies in a whole new light. This was such a unique and fun story to read. I really like the relationship that was built between the prince, the boy, and the maid. And the dust bunnies were so interesting. I was very drawn in and it would be fun to read more about these characters.
The next story, “Ashes to Ashes” was a great mix of Djinn and Cinderella fairytales. Phaedra Weldon combined these two themes together very well. It was a joy to read and see where this story would go.
The next story, “Wallina” by Nikki Jefford was so interesting. I wasn’t as familiar with the fairytale that inspired this story and now, I want to read more about it. It was refreshing in a way of not thinking of how the story would be different from the original story. The main character has many adventures in this story and it had me almost biting my fingers on what the out come would be. Very entertaining and well written.
I’m looking forward to the rest of the stories in this anthology.
WALLINA - NIKKI JEFFORD
Such a sweet tale with twisty turns and unexpected surprises. I loved this reimagined fairytale and was enchanted! The happily ever after was superb. Nikki Jefford is always ah-mazing and quite talented.
LAST WISH - C. GOCKEL
So sad indeed but absolutely beautiful in a way as well. I was throughly engrossed and entertained. This was a bittersweet tale that gives you a little frown at its conclusion. C. Gockel has such a magical way with words!
⭐️The Dust Wish - Alethea Kontia
One of my favorites! Wishes come true but in the most unexpected way. So much humor and heart 💜 ! I adored the cute friendships and magic ! It was intriguing from start to finish!
⭐️Wallina -Nikki Jefford-
Sweet Thumbelina remake! Friends, kidnapping, trolls and even a handsome prince! Loved it! Glad my girl made it home! Thank the stars !
⭐️The Dreamer’s Curse - Rachel Morgan
This was better then sleeping beauty TRUST ME!!! another favorite of mine! It had that strangers to friends to lovers trope i love so much!!! There was even some adorable kisses!! I went ahead and stalk this author now because she was new to me! 😅
⭐️Ashes to Ashes - Phaedra Weldon
Cinder and Charming! What a cool cinderella remake!!! LOVED IT HARD! Totally different, fun, heartbreaking and swoony!!! Another favorite!💋
⭐️Unseen - Christine Pope
This author has a full series “A Djinn Wars” which Unsee takes place in. I do love this world alot!!! Its set in a post-apocalypse world, humans are almost extinct and at the mercy of supernatural aliens beings. The first book is currently free ( Chosen the Djinn wars) definitelyworth getting !!! Its a little sad but also sweet and swoony!
⭐️Lady of the Lake - Julia Crane
It was an interesting Merlin and Lady of the lake story! i was intrigued with it and exited where it was going but then it ended and i felt it wasn’t resolved. It felt like a cliffhanger but im not sure if it was. 😭 Im curious to see if she does a follow up.
⭐️First Snow - Alexia Purdy
Oh my! Very Unique! Family is everything! Loved this one. It was intriguing from start to finish and i loved the ending!! I have siblings of my own and this just warm my heart ♥️
⭐️ Last Wish - C. Gockel
Wow! this tale was new to me! I found it very old-poetic-rhyme story like! I cant explain it but its sooo good! Its kinda of like a legend or myth coming to life. I love the main character telling the story and that end?! wowzers !! 💔 loved it!
Top reviews from other countries
I read all the "Once upon a" series and love them all.
In this book the stories all have a fantasy/fairy tale theme and the common thread of "wishes".
Each author brings their unique insights and writing style.
Each tale is stand alone and has an ending. There are a few that take place in the authors' previous series but I only knew that after reading the blurb after the story.
Not all the stories were my cup of tea. I will not say which ones because to each their own. I like happy and uplifting stories and as we know in fairy tales they are not all happy.
I highly recommend this series. They tend to be a good price.