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Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM By Lex Chase

Modern fairy tale princess Taylor Hatfield has problems One He s a guy Two His perfect brother Atticus is the reincarnation of Snow White Three Taylor has no idea which princess he is supposed to be Four Taylor just left his prince a girl at the altar Despite his enchanted lineage, Taylor is desperate to find his Happily Ever After away from magic, witches, andModern fairy tale princess Taylor Hatfield has problems One He s a guy Two His perfect brother Atticus is the reincarnation of Snow White Three Taylor has no idea which princess he is supposed to be Four Taylor just left his prince a girl at the altar Despite his enchanted lineage, Taylor is desperate to find his Happily Ever After away from magic, witches, and stuffy traditions Regrettably, destiny has other plans for him Dammit.When word reaches Taylor that Idi the Witchking has captured Atticus, Taylor is determined to save his brother He enlists the help of rakish and insufferable Corentin Devereaux, likewise of enchanted lineage A malicious spell sends Taylor and Corentin on a road trip through the kitschy nostalgia of roadside Americana To save Atticus, they must solve the puzzles put forth by Idi the Witchking As they struggle, Taylor and Corentin s volatile partnership sparks a flash of something But princesses have many enemies, and Taylor must keep his wits about him because there s nothing worse than losing your heart or your head.
  • Title: Americana Fairy Tale
  • Author: Lex Chase
  • ISBN: 9781632162076
  • Page: 215
  • Format: ebook

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Heller Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
3.5This story starts out with a bang but there’s so much information dropped so quickly that it took a few chapters for me to get into it. Once I did though, I ended up falling in love with the characters and their journey. If you’re a fan of fairy tales this is a must read because it has such an incredibly unique spin on those familiar stories. A strange new world has been opened up here with Enchants existing and having their fates written by Mother Storyteller’s hand. It was honestly de [...]
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Serena Yates Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Reimagined fairy tales, especially those with a twist or modernized to bring them up to date, and stories that challenge accepted gender identities and traditional roles are two of my favorite genres. Imagine my delight when I discovered the ‘Fairy Tales of the Open Road’ series and found out that it contains both elements in abundance. I know I’m late to the table with this first book having been out for a while, but now that I am into the concept of this somewhat crazy world, I am very m [...]
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Jennifer☠Pher☠ Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
So, I've really been struggling with my focus and finding something to keep my attention. I'll admit, at the beginning, this book wasn't the solution. I persevered though and it got better, more exciting and overall I ended up liking it.This is not your favorite Disney Fairy Tale. Not at all. This takes what you think you know and spins it into something not so pretty. Really cool and clever part? Boys are Princesses and girls are Princes, sometimes. That I really enjoyed. I think that this book [...]
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Lila Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
2,5 starsA princess.Ufwhat a weird, quirky story.i started reading this book and the opening scene, dialogue between Taylor and his pixie tingled something in my brainke I read this style somewhere and when I checked, I saw I actually did- I read Pawn Takes Rook, so if you liked that one- the snark is present here as well. The book is very different, though. Like a. Tim Burton's Disney version of fairytale urban fantasy. On crack. That means that imagery is rich, characters are quirky, scenes ar [...]
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The Novel Approach Reviews Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
4.5 StarsFrankly, I have not one idea how to begin a synopsis of this novel. To say that this was a multi-layered plot with continual surprises, beginning with the fact that both Taylor and Atticus were “princesses” and that each had a fairy sprite godparent named Ringo and Honeysuckle, respectively, is just scraping the tip of the proverbial storyline iceberg. And boy, does this berg run deep! Then we layer on Idi the Witchking, who is the ultimate baddie and who has also taken over the bod [...]
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Angela Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
This book was a fascinating read of epic proportion! Lex give a very cool and wicked twist to the classic children's fairy tales, namely Snow White, The Huntsman, and Sleeping Beauty. Where all the re-encarnated princessses are guys. There will be no mome spoilers. I have already hinted enough. That was quite refreshing to me. The fascinating parts was the setting of the story is all over the United States. There are all sort of elements put into this story: Drama, action, intrigue, suspense, ho [...]
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M Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
This book had good bones. I always enjoy a good retelling of an old favourite, and I like roadtrips and enemies-to-lovers stories. But the frenetic pace and winding plot did it no favours. I stopped being able to keep track and eventually just stopped caring. I basically just skimmed the last 25% or so.
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Marissa Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
3.5 whimsically fun starsThis was an extremely fast paced, potpourri of wackiness that just seemed to work for me. I did lose track of where/what/who a couple times, and there were some things left unanswered, but I didn't seem to care in the end.Just plain fun.
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Eugenia Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Funny, crazy, and sweet.Mash up every single fairytale you grew up with, stretch it out, bake it, and shatter it into bite sized pieces. That's how I felt entering this crazy modern day world where "Enchants" live among the "mundane;" where princesses and are reincarnated regardless of gender; and where true love still conquers all. At least for a little while until the evil Witchking returns.
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ItsAboutTheBook Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Review can be read at It's About The BookI’m convinced that no one but Lex Chase could take two classic fairy tales, mix them up, twist them around each other, add just the right amount of quirky humor, and end up with a completely original and delightful story!Taylor is the black sheep of the Hatfield family, a prominent family of Enchants. His brother Atticus is the hereditary Snow White and, according to Taylor’s parents, the perfect son. Taylor, on the other hand is not. He’s rather an [...]
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Joyfully Jay Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
A Joyfully Jay review. 5 starsThis book is all of fairy tale land on speed. In a good way. I’m so very in love with these characters and the world in general. I’m having a hard time not gushing all over the page and ruining this whole book for you. It’s that good. I read this book because, first and foremost, I love fairy tales. Who doesn’t? We’re raised on them. But geez, I love a good (and sexy) twist on them too. Americana Fairy Tale is all kinds of twisted. Second is the fact that [...]
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Kara Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
This book was so good It was so different from anything I have read before. Taylor is a princess who has no idea which one he is Oh and he is a man! I loved the comedy in this book! Taylor runs from his wedding which was supposed to be to a prince in a woman's body. That is when he meets Corentin who is a huntsman but also is so much more, which I cant say without giving away any spoilers. There was so much action in this book and secrets that I was on the edge of my seat until I finished becaus [...]
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Kim W Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
You're not supposed to judge a book by the cover, but look at this cover! It's gorgeous!This was a fun mix of all kinds of fairy tales into one adventure/fantasy story. The story was clever and I liked the way the characters took a road trip to obscure parts of the country and then put a fun fairy tale spin on those places. I didn't really get a romance vibe out of this story other than the requisite happy ever after. The romance didn't really pick up until the end which was fine with me. I ende [...]
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Teresa Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
This was an amazing twisted fairy tale road trip! The scenes were well described and vivid. The characters well developed and interesting. The plot was unique and very engaging. I had a hard time putting it down!There is something thought provoking when dealing with male princesses and all the princess rules. A look at how we treat women, and women in fairy tales in particular. I am going to jump into book 2 right away!
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Nikyta *Miss Forgetful* Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Reviewed on The Blogger Girls3.5 starsI’m at a loss on how to review this book. On one hand, I really enjoyed this one and the twists and turns there is. But on the other hand, I had a lot of issues with it. Let’s start with the characters. I adored Taylor as a character. At first, I wasn’t really feeling him because I felt like even though Taylor was a guy, he acted like a girl, totally embracing the ‘princess’ title even though he hated being labeled a princess. It was a little aggra [...]
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Maji Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
3.5 ROUNDED UP! A good mix of action, familial drama, fairy-tale derived fantasy, and romance! This book was right down my alley! Gimme a modern day, fairy tale-laced action-adventure any day of the week! I'll make this review way easier and less ramble-y than my others. (At least, that's my goal. :P Not sure if I'll actually succeed.) Hope you enjoy the review! THE GOOD: - Length-wise, this book was fantastic, and at 300+ pages, you really get to absorb all the details and pace yourself to enjo [...]
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Katherine Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
I found this a little unusual to get into and a bit choppy as things got moving, but after that I was hooked and really enjoyed this story!There is a whole other world within our own of the Enchants. They have stories like our Disney fairy tales but lessDisney. The Storyteller wrote the stories of these souls and they keep being reborn within the lines of the Enchants to live our their Curse and try to break it. Taylor is a guy, but he is a Princess of the Hatfield line. He is the screw-up of th [...]
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Sammy Goode Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
4.75 starsFrankly, I have not one idea how to begin a synopsis of this novel. To say that this was a multi-layered plot with continual surprises beginning with the fact that both Taylor and Atticus were “princesses” and that each had a fairy sprite godparent, named Ringo and Honeysuckle, respectively, is just scraping the tip of the proverbial story line iceberg. And boy does this berg run deep! Then we layer on Idi the Witchking, who is the ultimate baddie and who has also taken over the bo [...]
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PepperP0t Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Actually 3.75 stars This very different take on fairy tales gives us a new and ultra-modern concept of male fairy princesses and female fairy princes. You read that right. This very fun romp is the first I've read from the author and I confess the concept amused me from page one. Visualization is definitely a friend on this read.Princess Taylor Andrew Hatfield has lived in the shadow of his brother, the perfect Princess Atticus, all his life. Everybody knows Princess Atticus is the reincarnation [...]
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UnusualChildbeppy Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
synopsis:taylor is a fairy tale princess, although he doesn't know who he is, and is born male. he hasn't found his true love, but his parents arrange a marriage for him. he runs away, and then finds out that his brother his been captured by the winter king and is being held captive. he meets corentin, the huntsman, who is working for the witch and has orders to kill him. corentin also has a re-set button every 7 days and can't remember things that happened, so he writes in his notebooks. while [...]
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Ashley E Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Crazy-twisted fairy-tale awesomeness. I've put off reading this book for quite a while. Maybe it's because it's weird reading a book written by a friend (*waves* Hi, Lex.), or maybe I just wasn't in the mood, I dunno. Whatever, the reason, I'm so glad I stopped putting it off. I love retold fairy tales, so really there was no question. I also love quirky craziness, which is good, because this is not your typical retelling. There are no Prince Charmings in sight. The princess is a guy. And "Happi [...]
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H Beeyit Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Wow strange I totally had a review of this book up and it's disappeared on me. Someone liked it! I still have the email! Well, it was more about the cover than the book since the book hadn't even come out yet, but still.Gosh, I wish I had liked this more than I did. I definitely went in expecting a more traditional fairy tale-ish feel overall than I got. The book is kind of too long and just too much altogether for that. Basically, the author throws everything she's got at you for 300+ pages. It [...]
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Jennifer Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Great read!Fun retake on classical fairytales!! Definitely worth the read. It's funny, captivating, hot where it needs to be hot, and downright fantastic!
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Green Reviews Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
I was so excited about reading this book, but I had a really difficult time getting into it. Once I was about 1/3 of the way through though, it picked up. I wavered between 3 and 4 stars, but ended up going with 4, because in the end I enjoyed the premise, characters, and the uniqueness of the story.There is a lot of back story and world building here, and while most of it is great, some of it needed more development to make sense. Despite that, I did enjoy it, and would recommend it. I'd also e [...]
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Jane (PS) Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
3.5 starsThis is one of the those books which takes ages for you to get on board and sort out what is going on ~ well, it is for me anyway ;) Once we waded through the set up, character backgrounds, and plotting I did really enjoy it. It was definitely more 4 stars towards the end. But whilst it was imaginative and fun, it wasn't great from my perspective. I'll be interested to see how the author handles the tale in Bayou Fairy Tale.
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Sarah Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
2.5 Stars??????That about sums it up. I was soo confused throughout the whole story. Just when I though I understood what was going on, BAM, I got confused again. I wish I could explain my confusion properly, but I can't. From the beginning I was confused. Overall a really fun concept but the execution didn't work for me.
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Kira Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
i'm a big fairy tale fan & i've read a loti mean A LOTof re imagined stories. when they're good they're very, very goodd when they're bad i'm crushedis book is full of smarts, snark, action, adventure & true love. i was blown away. this is going on the shelf with my books by Charles de Lint, Terri Windling, Robin McKinley & Seanan McGuireanks for being EPIC, Lex!
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Alison Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
Enjoyable and lightweight. This was a likeable and easy fairy-tale mashup romance. It was entertaining and fast-paced. I liked it, but I'm not keen enough to read the second book. I love the covers for this series--they are fresh and different and very cool.
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David Ginsburg Jul 20, 2019 - 01:16 AM
A very different take of Fairy Tales and definitely a book outside of my wheelhouse - I enjoyed it a lot and fell in love with the characters and story. I'm excited to see what happens next.
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Americana Fairy Tale By Lex Chase Modern fairy tale princess Taylor Hatfield has problems One He s a guy Two His perfect brother Atticus is the reincarnation of Snow White Three Taylor has no idea which princess he is supposed to be Four Taylor just left his prince a girl at the altar Despite his enchanted lineage, Taylor is desperate to find his Happily Ever After away from magic, witches, andModern fairy tale princess Taylor Hatfield has problems One He s a guy Two His perfect brother Atticus is the reincarnation of Snow White Three Taylor has no idea which princess he is supposed to be Four Taylor just left his prince a girl at the altar Despite his enchanted lineage, Taylor is desperate to find his Happily Ever After away from magic, witches, and stuffy traditions Regrettably, destiny has other plans for him Dammit.When word reaches Taylor that Idi the Witchking has captured Atticus, Taylor is determined to save his brother He enlists the help of rakish and insufferable Corentin Devereaux, likewise of enchanted lineage A malicious spell sends Taylor and Corentin on a road trip through the kitschy nostalgia of roadside Americana To save Atticus, they must solve the puzzles put forth by Idi the Witchking As they struggle, Taylor and Corentin s volatile partnership sparks a flash of something But princesses have many enemies, and Taylor must keep his wits about him because there s nothing worse than losing your heart or your head.

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