Twin Roses

Twin Roses Pearl and Ruby have always shared everything including their Snow White and Rose Red curse When they were little kids that meant sharing Pop Tarts and cartoons with Theo the enchanted bear prince w

  • Title: Twin Roses
  • Author: Sarah Cross
  • ISBN: 9781606846650
  • Page: 411
  • Format: ebook
  • Pearl and Ruby have always shared everything, including their Snow White and Rose Red curse When they were little kids, that meant sharing Pop Tarts and cartoons with Theo, the enchanted bear prince who came to visit them every winter and then disappeared from their lives At seventeen, sharing is still their way of life clothes, double dates, and part time jobs at theirPearl and Ruby have always shared everything, including their Snow White and Rose Red curse When they were little kids, that meant sharing Pop Tarts and cartoons with Theo, the enchanted bear prince who came to visit them every winter and then disappeared from their lives At seventeen, sharing is still their way of life clothes, double dates, and part time jobs at their mom s caf , Twin Roses Then the harbinger of the second half of their curse shows up the annoying man who caused the bear prince to be cursed in the first place They must help him if they want their prince their fated love to return to their lives in human form But there s one little detail There are two of them, and only one Theo.

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    233 thoughts on “Twin Roses”

    1. Oh, man, really enjoyable! Loved that there were happy endings were not conventional, but great! Really enjoyed them, need to read more!


    2. 3,9* Myslím? Je to těsně před čtvrtou hvězdičkou.Variace na pohádku Snow White a Rose Red. Nešlo o pouhé převyprávění, Cross se věnuje i psychologické stránce toho, jaké to asi je když člověk žije ve městě pohádkových postav, kde se pohádky opakují. Připomíná mi to Ever After High knihy a proto jsem tvorbu Cross v první řadě vůbec objevila. Líbilo se mi tam pár obratů a pohádkových vtipů. Přečetla jsem to na jeden zátah. Když si pospíšíte, na u je [...]


    3. This novella was not worth reading. I guess if you really want to learn some more fairy tales, but this felt like it was missing at least 20 pages. Characters were unlikable, story was boring, etc. etc. etc.


    4. “Snow White and Rose Red” is not a story that I was familiar with before reading “Twin Roses.” I was actually a bit confused going into it because I wasn’t sure if this was the same Snow White I’m familiar with from Disney movies and other retellings. I don’t believe that it’s the same Snow White, but it was an enjoyable story nonetheless!In “Twin Roses,” we meet Pearl and Ruby, sisters who have always shared everything and are a bit worried about their curse hurting their re [...]


    5. Give me anything that Cross writes in her Beau Rivage set. I'm not one to download ebook-only versions, .5 versions based on books, but in her case, I am absolutely on board with the sick, twisted, creative, humorous, magical, scary, sexy world that she creates with the fairy tales. I learn just as much as I do from enjoying her character development and soak up the setting. In this story, twin girls have the Red Rose and Snow White marchen marks. A bear, who is a boy and will eventually turn in [...]


    6. Oh, Sarah Cross, where have you been all my life? Of all the fairy tale retellings, Cross's are my absolute favoritesHANDSDOWN! Beau Rivage is pretty much Story Brooke on paper and I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!! Twin Roses is about "Snow White and Rose Red." She pretty much keeps with the traditional fairy tale but something about how she does it just keeps me reading and eagerly awaiting the next book. Keep them coming, please!


    7. I'm kinda annoyed that this is a short story and not a whole book. I feel like it would be insanely difficult to properly develop the story in such a short space, but perhaps I'm underestimating the author's ability. Besides, 50 pages isn't that short But still, unless this is an epilogue I just don't think that my expectations will be met :-/




    8. Sweet sisterly love plus a cursed bear prince and you get a satisfactory short story. Well done Sarah Cross! Being a twin, I really enjoyed this read!!


    9. I really got into this story then it ended!!!! There's going to be more of this tale eventually right? I want to know more.



    10. This was my least favorite of the Beau Rivage stories. It felt short (I read it in one sitting), underdeveloped, and not worth the purchase price ($1.99 at ). It is also a lesser known and, as far as I'm concerned, less appealing Grimm tale. The story was strange, and the ending didn't feel completely resolved. This seems more like a story that would be free or maybe $.99. If you're on a tight budget, like me, I'd recommend skipping it.


    11. Probably, the last book/e-book that I'll ever read for 2016. Let the Christmas vacation take the spree of my time. I never knew Snow White had a sister named Ruby Red. For Pearl and Ruby, their bond was quite impressive. Sisterly love, indeed. Too much for girls' curses. The märchen marks attract me, though.Cheers to 2017 reads!


    12. Entertaining short story but was not a fan of curse words (just the biblical ones but still). I had never heard the story of Rose Red and Snow White so that was definitely an interesting fairy tale! Ages 12+ just for language.



    13. Fun quick read that exposed me to a fairy tale I had never heard of before. And don't worry if you haven't read the other books in this series because it stands alone.



    14. Love this world that Sarah Cross has built. Wish this had been longer to flesh some things out but otherwise loved it.



    15. A little too rushed at the end, but charming, fun, creative, diverse. Sarah Cross is the best.


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