“I do like the 'new' fairy tales that authors turn into their own. I have enjoyed the books written by this author and have recommended these to other people. Haven't been disappointed yet.”LibraryMom wrote this review Thursday, March 14, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Ah, Princess of the Silver Woods, the conclusion to a very enjoyable series. Petunia and her sisters continue to be the amazing unique Princesses they have always been, and I love how things were brought full circle in this book. Admittedly, I would have loved to see a book about each of the twelve girls, but understandably that would have been a massive project. A fun read, all my favorite things in here, romance, mystery, magic, all my usual must haves. Love this author, can't wait to see what she'll do next!”Alantie wrote this review Saturday, March 9, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“My rating: 3.5 of 5”Aleksandra N wrote this review Saturday, March 9, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Petunia is on her way to an old friend and mentor’s house when her carriage is stopped by a band of bandits who were wolf masks to hide their identities, which is more than just common bandits. Petunia has something to hide of her own, such as she’s the youngest of the king and that the King Under Stone and his brothers seem to be making a plot to get her and her sisters back as brides.
I can’t quite tell whether or not this will be the last of a trilogy or whatnot, but it was cute, quick read. The second book was mainly from the point of view of that princess and Poppy was a fun narrator. But there is something about seeing through the eyes of people trying to deal with these crazy princesses and falling in love with one of them. I loved Galen from the first book, and Oliver is a great guy to get into the mind of. Oliver has a couple problems to sort out, including dealing with Petunia and then trying to do what is right in a hard situation. This was a fun, light read, perfect for girls and you could probably talk some boys into reading it also.”
“Started well but fizzled out near the end.”Renee B wrote this review Sunday, March 3, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“a clear case of too many cooks or in this case, too many princesses, spoiling the plot. Petunia and Oliver didn't have the kind of clearly drawn characters to stand out.
Many of the princesses, including Petunia, also tended to be TSTL in several places. ”
“Whew! Great final book to a fantastic trilogy. These twisted fairy tales were amazing and I loved the suspense every page held.”Megan McGary wrote this review Wednesday, February 20, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Book 3 in series-and it feels like the final. I really love this author. This is the third book in her twelve dancing princesses series with a bit of Little Red Riding Hood elements thrown in-although they were a bit of a reach at times. But her characters are likeable and the story is inventive and fun. Who doesn't like the idea of a "crafty" guy saving the day with knitting? Or for that matter, of girls who save themselves. ”Dolores S wrote this review Monday, February 18, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Loved it! Loved this series! Quick, fun, breezy reads!”Dani A wrote this review Monday, February 11, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“One of the 12 dancing princesses is back in this retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. In a clever retelling, the wolf is not a wolf, but a disinherited young Earl who wears the guise of a wolf to feed his starving village. What will the princess do once she has seen the need of these people? And how will she be able to help, when the dark princess from below have come back to claim what they feel is theirs? ”Ms. Root wrote this review Tuesday, February 5, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No