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No Princesses Need Apply Angel Martinez

No Princesses Need Apply

Angel Martinez

Published December 20th 2012
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Paperback
226 pages
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From the tilted-axis mind of Angel Martinez come re-imagined fairy tales your parents never read to you. Brave modern princes battle monsters and curses to win true love without a princess in sight. The authors lifelong love of folk and fairy talesMoreFrom the tilted-axis mind of Angel Martinez come re-imagined fairy tales your parents never read to you. Brave modern princes battle monsters and curses to win true love without a princess in sight. The authors lifelong love of folk and fairy tales combines with her quirky, irreverent humor and some of the oddest situations to walk onto a page to produce fast-paced, inventive re-engineering of familiar stories. Youll never look at Puss In Boots or Snow White and Rose Red the same again. Previously available only in electronic format, these two stories of Gay Erotic Fantasy have now been combined for a paperback edition! Included are the tales......Boots - Willems father never approved of his artistic talents, his choices in life, or the fact that hes gay. When the only thing Horst leaves to his son is the family cat, Willem thinks its his fathers last insult from the grave. That is, until the cat starts talking to him. Though Willems lost his boyfriend, his home, and his job, Kasha, who claims to be a magic cat, reassures him that all will be well. All he needs is Willems trust and a good pair of boots. But giving boots to a talking cat has unexpected consequences when odd events ambush Willem at every turn, such as the appearance of a handsome stranger in his arms at night. While Willem begins to suspect Kashas plans might be dangerous for all involved, how can he distrust such a charming kitty in cowboy boots?......Wild Rose, Silent Snow - Content with the quiet isolation of their lake house, Snowden and Rowan Hadley survive on summer jobs and winter hunting, unable to move on since their parents died. Their peace, however, is shattered by a strange, human-acclimated bear who insists on following Rowan like a giant hunting dog, and then again by the discovery of a naked, surly stranger in the snow. Both bear and man lead the Hadley brothers into a strange, surreal world where sorcery and RPG software intertwine. Curses and magical traps lie in wait around every turn. Rowan and Snowden will need to adjust their view of how the world works, and quickly, if they want to live through the process of rescuing their enchanted princes.