Tuesday, June 14, 2016

LITTLE RED by Trisa Jaszczak


Series:  Believe #1

Author:  Trista Jaszczak

Publish Date:   06.18.13

Publisher:  Front Porch Romance

Category:  Romance, Fairy-tale retelling

Recommended for:  18+

Grammar/editing:  D – many errors, some distraction

Received from:  Trista Jaszczak  (in exchange for an honest review)

Goodreads Link: Little Red

Date completed: 09.11.13


Description from the publisher:

Fall back in love with fairy tales with, Little Red, the first installment of “The Believe Series” by Trista Jaszczak.

Ride along with Sam Wentworth through the winding back roads of Louisiana, on a desperate escape from her past. Where she falls into the arms of the unlikely and sometimes unwilling hero, Ethan Parker. When circumstances and fate seal the two together, entangling them with his 6 older brothers, feuding families and old bayou magic can Ethan put aside everything he has ever known to keep Sam safe from the dangers their lives and their love poses. Can he keep her safe from himself?


Sam Wentworth loves two things:  her Harley and her red leather jacket.  When escaping from an abusive past, she runs out of gas in the middle of nowhere.  Out of the woods, comes a predator, a wolf in hunky man-form.  He calls her "Red."  She does ask if he is a werewolf.  Though he claims he's not, he is something "special" and scary and he has claimed her as his own.  Can our Little Red Riding Hood tame her Big Bad Wolf?


I loved this fast-paced, exciting retelling of a modern Little Red Riding Hood.  Sam is strong and yet vulnerable, sweet and yet sassy.  This is the first in Ms. Jaszczak's new Believe series.  I will be happily reading The Shoe next (blog tour 09.14.13) and then waiting with the rest of you to see what she brings out for us next!


The Believe series:

  1. Little Red
  2. The Shoe

Other Books from Trista Jaszczak:

  • Darkness Falls
  • Loverboy


originally posted 09.13.2013 on my previous website

WordPress.com closed that site because I promoted authors and their books

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