Mini Review: Winter’s Tale by Emma Holly
Something sexy is afoot at Rackham’s School for Young Ladies. Half faerie, half elf Hans Winter broke the heart of the wrong princess. Cursed to live as a statue at a school for human girls, only true love—and true bravery—can free him.
December Worth never met a rule she didn’t want to break, as the numerous institutions that expelled her can attest. Bravery she can handle. Love she’s less sure about, especially if it involves believing in fairytales.
A kiss seems like the last thing these lonely souls would share, until one night in the cemetery where Hans stands trapped, Fate brings stone and flesh together . . .
Winter’s Tale is a pretty naughty book that reads more like very well written high fantasy elf porn. Like something a young Legolas would have read with a flash light under the covers when his parents thought he was asleep. Winter’s Tale is a naughty Narnia for grown-ups. A very rich & very precocious girl locked away in all girls boarding school gets super kinky in a graveyard with a statue of a 200 yo enchanted fairy. Caught between being a good girls gone wild story or riding on the crazy train delusional nympho story that would sound weird if you described it to a friend, Winter’s Tale is just out there.
The story includes old rivalries, secret spells, danger, fae lore, and a daring escape. I can’t go into specifics because they are super spoilery. So if you are in the mood for Mean Girls rock the Fae, check out this short sexy novella.
Winter’s Tale is part of the Move Me series which includes Move Me and The Faerie’s Honeymoon