Fairy Tale Romance

Who doesn’t love a wonderful fairy tale? I’m a fan of timeless stories such as Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and Sleeping Beauty. But there’s a special joy in experiencing unique new tales, like when I saw The Little Mermaid or Frozen for the first time. 

So I decided to dabble in both! The Spring of Beimeni series consists of four books that retell classic fairy tales but in a way you’ve never read before. But if you prefer something entirely new, then check out Tangled Web.  

Spring of Beimeni Series

If you love fairy tale retellings, then embrace the Spring of Beimeni series: an epic saga centered around the fountain of youth woven into four classic fairy tales:

The Deadly Knight Rises - A unique but dark retelling of the classic Beauty and the Beast. When General Derek Tate claims the fountain of youth for his selfish queen, the gods thrust the lands into eternal winter and curse the general as Death for eternity unless he can successfully woo the White Witch, also known as Life. 

The Exiled Queen Awakens - A fantastical retelling of the classic Snow White. What if Snow White really could communicate with animals and the seven dwarves were protecting something godly in their mine? When Adam Tate discovers that his childhood crush Whitney is still alive but hiding in Devilwood Forest from the queen, he reluctantly trains Whitney for battle so she can lead the Red Insurrection, reclaim her throne, and help Death relinquish the fountain of youth to the gods. Only then can the curse of eternal winter be broken.   

The Wicked Godmother's Vengeance - A twisted retelling of the classic Cinderella. What if Prince Charming wasn't charming, and Cinderlla's godmother was evil rather than good? When the Red Insurrection seeks asylum in the Kingdom of Beacham to grow their army, Prince Marcus hatches a plan with the commoner Elaine to kill Death at the spring ball, giving both the vengeance they seek - even if doing so threatens bringing eternal winter to and end.  

The Black Wolf Reborn - An engrossing and reimagined retelling of Red Riding Hood. What if the wolf's deceptive actions were fraught with good intentions? With the Red Insurrection falling apart, deception is the only way to defeat the queen and end eternal winter. But can the Black Wolf deceive the queen's lady-in-waiting long enough to carry out the Red Insurrection's plans and still hold her affections?   

Standalone Fairy Tale Romances

My first fairy tale, Tangled Web, is based on Greek mythology's character Arachne. The weaver has a pretty poor reputation and is often depicted as a horrific half-woman, half-spider who is vicious and evil. But what if she was just a silly young maiden when she challenged Athena and later regretted her boastful nature? Would she deserve a chance at life and love? Aphrodite thought so... 

Tangled Web A Fairy Tale Romance