Wednesday, October 14, 2015

What the Queen Wills by A.J. Tipton [Review]

 What the Queen Wills by A,J, Tipton
What the Queen Wills (Sexy Reversed Fairy Tales) by A.J. Tipton
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: August 19, 2015

Sexy Reversed Fairy Tales
What the Queen Wills - Kindle
Hunting Red
Breaking the Curse

A.J. Tipton
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Happily ever after has never been so HOT.

In a magical kingdom far away, there lived cursed princes, warrior women, and powerful heroes. What the Queen Wills is a sexy genderswapped Cinderella retelling where the heroes have become heroines, the heroines have become heroes, and nothing is as it seems.

Eliot is sexy, sensitive, and smart, and also tired of scrubbing floors for his bullying older brothers. While they scheme for more power, Eliot dreams of attending Queen Cassandra's Gathering--an elite soiree for the most sexually skilled--and meeting the woman of his dreams.

Perhaps he's already met her. Kind and lovely Amelia works for Eliot's household. But when her good intentions are rewarded with violence, she’s forced to flee, finding a job at the palace under the eye of the gorgeous and powerful Queen Cassandra.

As lust...and perhaps something more...begins to kindle between Amelia and the Queen, could Eliot still win her heart?

In this polyamorous tale of seduction, liberation, and intoxicating strangers, even the humblest of peasants has a shot with the Queen if she so wills. 
Thoughts on What the Queen Wills: Whelp... that first line in the blurb isn't a lie. This story was hot. HOT, even. There was guy on girl action, girl on girl action, girl on guy on girl action. Or maybe it was guy on girl on girl. OR MAYBE IT WAS BOTH.

Any way you look at it, there was plenty of sexy times to be had. Eliot gets some. Amelia gets some. The Queen gets some. Everybody ends up happy. Except for maybe Eliot's brothers. They don't really deserve any happy endings, though. None. Of any sort.

A sexy, fun take on an old classic. I sort of love genderswapped retellings, so this hit the spot.

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