Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub

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Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce Download á 104 Elly a beautiful candy maker who molds sugary magic coveted treats that create confidence bravery and passionLife seems idyllic and Gretchen and Ansel gradually forget their haunted past until Gretchen meets handsome local outcast Samuel He tells her the witch isn't gone it's lurking in the forest preying on girls every year after Live Oak's infamous. A YA novel that s a retelling of Hansel and Gretel in a contemporary Southern Gothic setting The characters are interesting and well developed and the plot is intriguing Parts of the story are than a little creepy A uick read that s recommended

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Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce Download á 104 Chocolate festival and looking to make Gretchen it's next victim Gretchen is determined to stop running and start fighting back Yet the further she investigates the mystery of what the witch is and how it chooses its victims the she wonders who the real monster isGretchen is certain of only one thing a monster is coming and it will never go away hungr. 375 This book was actually a lot better than I was expecting it to be and I am glad I think I first read Sisters Red back in 2015 and I loved it so much but my reading tastes have changed a lot since then But this was actually super enjoyable and this series has stood the test of time pretty well That being said I think I preferred Sisters Red over this one but I did like it a lot If you are looking for a good fairytale retelling then I recommend this series They are pretty dark but still relatively easy to read and personally I really like them I want to read the next book Also in case you are wondering this series has different characters and doesn t really follow the same plot at all but they are all loosely linked by one element and I think they are set in the same universe So the next book will kind of continue this adventure Sweetly is a retelling of Hansel and Gretel but with werewolves It is a pretty dark premise and doesn t shy away from the gore We follow Gretchen and her brother Ansel Gretchen tells the story in first person When they were younger Gretchen s twin went missing in the woods and their family kind of fell apart The story really starts when they are older and have left home and they end up in this town where they meet a girl called Sophie who bakes lots of cakes Obviously lot stuff happens after that but you shall have to actually read the book I really liked the parallels it drew with the original fairytale while putting a modern and urban fantasy twist on it And Jackson Pearce is very skilled at creating an eerie atmosphere in her novels The characters I found interesting but I wasn t super attached to them Perhaps it was the vaguely simplistic writing although really it wasn t bad just not my favourite style Gretchen I liked but again she wasn t a character that I could get really obsessed with Sophie was an interesting figure though and she incited uite a lot of uestions She is uite unreliable and you are never really sure about her I didn t really care for Ansel at all nor any of the romance I cared for the characters in the first book The plot is pretty good though While not being overly complex it has some good twists and turns and is really well paced It keeps you hooked throughout the whole book I really liked some parts of it it brought back some nostalgia from reading the first book for the first time and the whole werewolves element is so great I love the way that it is done and its pretty creepy too I don t want to say too much because of spoilers but I think the ending of the book could lead us into a really interesting premise for the next one All in all I really enjoyed this despite it being a little disappointing in the character part of it I would definitely recommend the series though and even though you could read this one without reading the first book I would suggest reading the series in order because there is a loose thread that joins them all together and it makes for a fulfilling read I liked the premise and the plot and I am looking forwards to finally finishing this series that I started so very long ago well in my eyes anyway

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Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce Download á 104 As a child Gretchen's twin sister was taken by a witch in the woods Ever since Gretchen and her brother Ansel have felt the long branches of the witch's forest threatening to make them disappear tooYears later when their stepmother casts Gretchen and Ansel out they find themselves in sleepy Live Oak South Carolina They're invited to stay with Sophia K. i thought that these fairy tale retellings would all be retellings of different fairy tales with no overlap but then some fenris from sisters red snuck in along with the brother of silas reynolds get outta here this is supposed to be hansel and gretel or ansel and gretchen in this case there are no wolves here but there are so i m warning you this is going to be of a series of books in which there is free passage between the fairy tales despite their origin than a series of stand alone modernizationsretellingsand that s okay it was just unexpectedthis one gets the three stars only because it was good but not as good as sisters red so they can t get the same ratingwhy do i always find it necessary to explain my ratings as though someone is out there making a spreadsheet of all of this and needs to understand the nuances of my preferences stop studying me scientistsbook when ansel and gretchen were little gretchen s twin sister got snatched in the woods by what young gretchen interprets as a witch many years later having lost both of their parents and still touched by survivor s guilt and fear the siblings leave home together and eventually find themselves in a spooky small town when their car breaks down where they befriend a young chocolatier living in a tiny cottage smelling of vanilla and filled with seeeecrets ansel falls in love gretchen falls in replacement for lost sister love and only then do they start hearing about the mysterious disappearances of young girls and the accusations against their new friend sophiai liked this one just fine but i don t think it had the same intensity as the first it was of a slow pooling mystery novel with a truly fantastic climactic scene and didn t have as striking characters as sisters red well one character anyway i am still not sold on rosie all the talk of hazelnut truffles and candied lemon peels had me wishing for my very own sophie in a candy cottage nearby even with all her sinister baggage is worth it for candy i am very interested to see where she takes this series and to see whether all the recurring themes and characters will eventually come together and how that will even work she has a good thing going here and i am hoping it doesn t get away from hercome to my blog


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    Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub i thought that these fairy tale retellings would all be retellings of different fairy tales with no overlap but then some fenris from sisters red snuck in along with the brother of silas reynolds get outta here this is supposed to be hansel and gretel or ansel and gretchen in this case there are no wolves here but there are so i'm warning you this is going to be of a series of books in which there is free passage between the fairy tales des

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    Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub The story of Hansel and Gretel has always ticked me off Two fat German kids roaming through the forest snacking on bread and leaving a trail so they can find their way back home to stuff their little piggy faces with food but little do they know that Mommy and Daddy don't want them cuz they can't afford to feed themOr at least that's the one I always tell ;And then they find this candy house and start chow dowing on it a

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    Summary Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ë Jackson Pearce First I want to start off by saying that fairytale retellings isn't something that has grabbed me in the past In fact when Little Brown Books sent this to me for review it was actually intended for Greta not me But then Greta said Why don't

  4. says: Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub

    Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub A YA novel that's a retelling of Hansel and Gretel in a contemporary Southern Gothic setting The characters are interesting and well developed and the plot is intriguing Parts of the story are than a little creepy A uick read that's

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    Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub Summary Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce This was a fun read I enjoyed Ms Pearce's take of an old fairy tale Her words painted pictures in my mind and passages and characters popped into my head even when the book was closed on my nightstand The mystery that weaves through the tale i

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    Jackson Pearce Ë 4 Download Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ë Jackson Pearce Summary Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce Sweetly is a companion novel to Sisters Red which I have but haven't read so even though the two aren't dependent on each other I'm sure there are things that happen in Sisters Red that would have expanded my understanding

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    Summary Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ë Jackson Pearce Jackson Pearce Ë 4 Download 375 This book was actually a lot better than I was expecting it to be and I am glad I think I first read Sisters

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    Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub Jackson Pearce Ë 4 Download Read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ë Jackson Pearce Oh I feel so deceived I picked this up believing it to be a retelling of Hansel and Gretel Yes the cover and blurb made it perfectly clear it was a teen romance I was aware of that There was nothing however to warn me about the werewolves I do not remember werewolves in Hansel and Gretel Oh Ms Pearce why did you have to stray down that path? Your book really started off with potential I liked the idea of there being a t

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    Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub The title fits this book perfectly Seriously sweet Initial thoughts1 Majority of the plot is steady and slow paced Heavy in the mystery and nice touches with the foreshadowing2 Characters are sweet and likeable No irritating flaws but

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    Jackson Pearce Ë 4 Download Sweetly AUTHOR Jackson Pearce E–book/E–pub Plot I ADORE A FAIRYTALE RETELLINGESPECIALLY A GOOD ONE And this is a good one EVEN BETTER I READ ANOTHER BOOK IN A DAY Sweetly is a modern retelling of Hansel and Gretel In the opening chapter we see the traditional style of the story Ansel and Gretchen and Gretchen’s twin sister head into the wood to find the witch Believing it

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