I received this book as an ARC though NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I really enjoyed this fairy tale re-imagining. The characters felt well developed, and I liked that things were not fairy tale simple. The relationship between Rafe and both of his sister's was well done, and I appreciated the reasons he acted the way he did. It made sense within the context of the story. The love story did develop quickly, but it fit with the fairy tale theme, and it didn't bother me like it might have otherwise. A sweet story about love, and what we do for ourselves, and the people we care about. I loved the ending, and appreciated Rafe's actions, and his love's response. Kind of a nice change for all the plain happily ever after.