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Gretel: A Fairytale Retold – Review

Gretel: A Fairytale Retold


From The Book 

Once in a while love gives us a fairy tale…
Tormented by a pack of bloodthirsty wolves, Hans and his sister Gretel, run for their lives.
Desperation leads them into the comforting arms of a beautiful woman who asks for nothing in return for her kindness. While Gretel finds herself drawn to the seductress, Hans grows suspicious of her motives. Torn between a brother she adores and a woman she can’t help but admire, Gretel is forced to make a choice.

Will sibling bonds override the lure of a newfound love?

Find out in this exciting adult fairy tale full of action, adventure, and romance.

‘Gretel: A Fairytale Retold’ is a thrilling adaptation of a classic fairytale for fans of Angela Carter’s ‘Bloody Chamber’ and Malinda Lo’s modern classic, ‘Ash’. It is a six-chapter short story of just over 12,400 words and contains some explicit passages.

This book is for anyone who loves:
  • Lesbian Fairy Tales
  • Lesbian Romance
  • Young Adult and New Adult Fiction
  • Action Adventure Stories
  • Exciting stories with Strong Female Lead Characters
  • Historical Fiction
  • Fantasy Fiction

Rollicking Adventures with Sapphic Romance


My Thoughts 

Gretel is a free eBook from the Amazon Kindle store, It’s only 47 pages long, but that doesn’t stop it being an amazing lesbian romance. The story starts off like the original, only with an older aged Hansel and Gretel. Instead of getting lost, they run from wolves that are hunting them. Instead of a witch we have the beautiful woman that Gretel falls for. 

Goodreads rating 5/5 



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