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Kristine Grayson’s twisted worldview shows itself in these five stories of love, geeks, and happily ever after. In “The Charming Way,” a nerdy Prince Charming falls in love with an Evil Stepmother. “Geeks Bearing Gifts” shows that even Greek Gods need computer dating services sometimes. “Name Calling,” the most “normal” story in the book focuses on a woman who won’t get married until she figures out what to do about her last name. “Knowing Jack,” and “Artistic License,” are a change of pace for Grayson—not Greek Gods, but grifters in lighthearted romances set in the old West.

Called “The Reigning Queen of Paranormal Romance” by Best Reviews, Kristine Grayson has made a name for herself publishing light, slightly off-skew romance novels about Greek Gods, fairy tale characters, and the modern world. Her novel, Utterly Charming, won the Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award. Wickedly Charming, her next novel, will appear in May of 2011 from Sourcebooks, along with reissues of several more of her books.

“Kristine Grayson gives ‘happily ever after’ her own unique twist!”
—Kasey Michaels

“With her series of magical romances, Kristine Grayson has carved out her own special and unique place in the romance genre.”
—Romantic Times

“Magical and sweet…I was charmed.”
— Susan Andersen

“A magically sweet romance.”

“Watching the romance play out is plenty of fun.”
—Locus Magazine

“…[Kristine Grayson] will have a long and glorious career.”
—The Romance Reader.Com

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    Mixed bag?

    Really enjoyed the first three pieces in this collectio n - very funny, and creative despite somewhat familiar themes.Two really amusing takes on the reimagination of mythology/fairytales followed by 'Name-Calling' which was more thought-provoking, addressing the question of how we define ourselves in relation to our families, partners & society in general. Wasn't so enamoured of the last two pieces (con capers set in ye olde wild West), although still thought them fairly clever. The only thing that gets a big thumbs down is the cover design, which seemed totally generic & completely irrelevant to the actual content - disappointing, thought publisher could have found something much more apposite & funny.


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