Frightfully Ever After by Nick DeWolfe

Disclaimer: I received this ebook from the author. Thanks! All opinions are my own.

 

Book: Frightfully Ever After

 

Author: Nick DeWolf

 

Book Series: Standalone

 

Rating: 2/5

 

Recommended For…: Horror fans, Urban Fantasy

 

Publication Date: June 4, 2015

 

Genre: Urban Fantasy

 

Recommended Age: 18+ (language, sex, guns, violence, gore)

 

Publisher: Fey Publishing

 

Pages: 256

 

Synopsis: “Do you know what the difference is between a fairy godmother and a witch?”

“What?”

“Not a goddamn thing.”

Fairies and dragons are real, and live alongside giants, goblins and trolls. Fairy godmothers exist. The woodsman, that one from the story books? Yeah, he’s real too. They’re all out there, living in the world, right under your nose.

But they’re not alone. There’s another side to the coin. Witches are real. Monsters are real. Things that slither through shadows and bite at your skin are real.

The big bad wolf is very real.

And poor Anastasia – she was born with magical royal blood. She should have been a princess, but grew up under the thumb of a vicious crime boss. She’s lived a life of pain, fear, and violence. In a desperate attempt to get away, she will find herself surrounded by all those things she thought never existed.

Good, bad, and evil.

FRIGHTFULLY EVER AFTER is a slow burn urban fantasy with guns, horror, sex, and monsters. People get hurt. People get killed. People get eaten. And only the toughest get to live Happily Ever After.

 

Review: Another DNF unfortunately. I couldn’t get into this book for the longest and I’ve had it for about a year I think? It’s very slow for me and there’s too much adult material for me at the moment. It’s not my thing, but it does seem interesting.

 

Verdict: Not for me but might be for you!