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Mirror, Mirror Mass Market Paperback – 24 Sep 2013

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 410 pages
  • Publisher: Jove Books (24 Sept. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0515154075
  • ISBN-13: 978-0515154078
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.9 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 365,556 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Find happily ever after with...

#1 "New York Times" Bestselling Author J. D. Robb
"A virtuoso."--"Seattle Post-Intelligencer"

Mary Blayney
"Simply superb."--"Booklist"

Elaine Fox
"A vibrant new voice in romance."--Patricia Gaffney

Mary Kay McComas
"Inventive."--"Publishers Weekly"

R. C. Ryan
"Delivers it all--with page-turning romance."--Nora Roberts


Find happily ever after with...
#1 "New York Times" Bestselling Author J. D. Robb
"A virtuoso."--"Seattle Post-Intelligencer"
Mary Blayney
"Simply superb."--"Booklist"
Elaine Fox
"A vibrant new voice in romance."--Patricia Gaffney
Mary Kay McComas
"Inventive."--"Publishers Weekly"
R. C. Ryan
"Delivers it all--with page-turning romance."--Nora Roberts

Find happily ever after with
#1 "New York Times" Bestselling AuthorJ. D. Robb
A virtuoso. "Seattle Post-Intelligencer"
Mary Blayney
Simply superb. "Booklist"
Elaine Fox
A vibrant new voice in romance. Patricia Gaffney
Mary Kay McComas
Inventive. "Publishers Weekly"
R. C. Ryan
Delivers it all with page-turning romance. Nora Roberts"

About the Author

J. D. ROBB is the pseudonym for a number-one "New York Times" bestselling author of more than 200 novels, including the futuristic suspense In Death series. There are more than 400 million copies of her books in print.

R.C. Ryan is a pseudonym for Ruth Ryan Langan, who is a national bestselling author.

Elaine Fox is a national bestselling author.
Mary Kay McComas is a national bestselling author.

Mary Blayney is a national bestselling author. "


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I've read these anthos for years, as JD Robb is in the habit of putting out a novella around Halloween/Thanksgiving, but this one was a pretty mismatched set of tales, if you disregard the fact that they're vaguely, vaguely, vaguely takes on fairy tales.

The JD Robb tale has a touch of Hansel and Gretel, with a wicked female who intends to kill and eat two children, and that in itself was a great tale. Fast-paced, with all of Eve's team in on the action, and even with a short Eve&Roarke moment thrown in.

However, that was the best of the bunch.

I read the Mary Blayney historical, which featured a servant girl playing Goldilocks by trying out all the beds in the manor, all the chairs, then starting to sample the wine, whilst hiding under beds and biting. Yes, biting. And, the author added in a magic coin that didn't seem to be of any use to her, only to others. The tale was boring, the characters were mundane and I can't even remember the male lead's name, ten mins after finishing the tale.

I read the Elaine Fox one, which was a contemporary tale loosely based around Sleeping Beauty, with a male lead who wasn't dead per se, not quite alive either, but possibly best described as a ghost of some sort. An OK enough read, but I didn't engage with it.

I'm afraid that I was expecting these authors, from the blurb on the back cover, to spin Fairy-tales-based tales of suspense/danger/intrigue, but other than the JD Robb tale, I found myself bored, and only skim-read the rest, which are not really worth commenting on, IMHO.
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The way this book was reviewed in a UK magazine, was as a dark/horror take on fairy tales. It's nothing like it. The stories are nothing exceptional, and the surprise factor is lacking. J. Robb's story was so badly written I couldn't finish it. The dialogues were stiff and ridiculous. I liked "the Christmas Comet" and "Stroke of midnight" a bit more. Very disappointing.
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Bought for the JD Robb story, which was ok, but the other stories did not appeal to me at all. If I'd browsed it in a shop, I probably would not have bought it.
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Apart from the J D Robb story I'm afraid that I have to agree with other reviewers,this collection is really not worth wasting your money on!
They are a jumbled collection of not very readable stories, an odd choice for an anthology.Not recommended.
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I love the feel of how these women interact and inspire each other yet are all a real pleasure to read singly. Usually I avoid short stories but I'm drawn into each tale, like entering a rich treasure house, yet am left feeling so full and complete by the end, I feel rich when I leave. I thank them.
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I was dissapointed in this story,it seemed quite short and the plot revolving round a fairy tale didnt have the same punch as other short stories.
The other stories were good ,I particularily liked Stroke of midnight that is why I have given the book a 'like it' rating
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It is surprising how these authors can blend together with writing by J.D. Robb as her style is so distinctive and am amused that Eve and Roarke can even be twisted into a "take" on a fairy tale. An amusing, light-hearted and easy read to while away a rainy afternoon. Absolutely loved it!
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This is the latest entry in the themed collection of novellas that I buy just for the Eve Dallas story. Here the link is stories that mirror a classic fairy tale; a weak bunch this time round.
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