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Ginger's Heart (a modern fairytale) by [Regnery, Katy]
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"I finished Ginger's Heart last night, and I am completely and utterly in love." –Mia Sheridan, NY Times bestselling author

From New York Times bestselling author Katy Regnery, a modern-day fairytale about the many faces of love.

Once upon a time there were two cousins:
one golden like the sun,
one dark like midnight,
one a protector,
one a predator,
one a Woodsman
and
one a Wolf…
both owning equal,
but different,
parts of a little girl’s heart.

In this contemporary love story, loosely inspired by "Little Red Riding Hood," the woodsman and the wolf are cousins, and Little Red is the girl with whom they both fall in love.

Beautiful Ginger McHuid, daughter of Kentucky's premiere horse breeder, grows up on her family farm, best friends with Cain Wolfram, the son of her father's Stallion Manager, and Cain's cousin, Josiah Woodman, son of a local banker. Throughout their happy childhood, the three are inseparable friends, but as they mature into adults, complicated feelings threaten to destroy their long history of friendship and love.

**Due to profanity and very strong sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.**

All novels in the ~a modern fairytale~ collection are written as fundraisers.

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

Ginger's Heart is part of the ~a modern fairytale~ collection, which includes six standalone, completely unrelated novels inspired by beloved fairy tales:

The Vixen and the Vet (Beauty & the Beast) - available now
Never Let You Go (Hansel & Gretel) - available now
Ginger's Heart (Little Red Riding Hood) - available now
Dark Sexy Knight (Camelot) - available June 2016
Don't Speak (The Little Mermaid) - available 2017
Swan Song (The Ugly Duckling) - available 2017

Love my fairytales? I'm always open to suggestions! E-mail me your favorite and maybe I'll reimagine it for you!

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1661 KB
  • Print Length: 539 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Katharine Gilliam Regnery; 1 edition (March 22 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01CKIU6OE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #69,688 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This story is set over a nine year period with three year time gaps. There are five different parts of the story with time gaps in between. While it's told in 3rd person, we experience this story in each main character's point of view - that's right, we get three POVs. While I originally liked this idea, I wasn't completely sold on it. In certain cases, each POV would showcase the same event, just told from a different character's point of view. We didn't get very much extra detail, whether it be what they were thinking in those moments or otherwise so I'm not exactly sure this was necessary.

There are things about Katy's writing style that I liked and things that I didn't. This is my first book by her so I'm not sure if all of her work is the same way, I just have Ginger's Heart to base this off of. Her style is in no way superficial; it's deep and unapologetic which I loved. However, at times she added in what seemed to be so much unneeded detail, I found myself getting taken out of the actual storyline. I understand creating imagery or drawing the reader to feel for the characters, but personally I think it went too far. I don't need two pages to understand that everything about Ginger's day seemed normal. I don't need long winding paragraphs to know that she liked to ride horses. I needed there to be a point, not just writing to have words on the page. This was actually my main problem with the story - it seemed way too long because a majority of it was written like this. Reading it on the kindle, I don't actually know how many pages it is but location wise it's almost twice as long as the average book. I think a solid 100 pages could've easily been cropped out to become more concise and to the point. There were times I was bored and there were times I started to skim.
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From the moment I read the synopsis of Ginger’s Heart, I must admit I had a bit of fear that this story was going to be difficult for me. I absolutely do not do love triangles and anticipating this story was going to be about a woman and two cousins fighting for her affections, I was a bit panicked that it wasn’t going to work for me. But as I am an avid Katy Regnery fan/stalker, there was absolutely no chance I was going to miss out on one of her stories. Honestly I should have known better than to have even an inkling of doubt because I completely fell in love with Ginger, Cain and Woodman and this fantastic story.

I’m certain everyone has read a book where the characters absolutely captivated and took control of their mind, heart and soul. Well, from the moment I opened Ginger’s Heart I was completely mesmerized and drawn into the lives of Ginger, Cain and Woodman. I just couldn’t get them out of my head even when I wasn’t reading. I continued to replay the scenes between them in my mind over and over like I was watching a movie. I worried a bit about how I was going to be able to include a description of this story in my review without spoiling the plot so I’ve decided to rely on Katy’s synopsis for that. What I do want to say is that there is such a deep and resolute connection between these three hearts even now as I think back to them all, I have a burning of tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat. Ginger, Cain and Woodman took ahold my heart from the turning of the first page and although I have finished reading their story, they continue even now to hold on to it.

Ginger’s Heart had intensely heartbreaking moments when all I wanted to do was sit and cry.
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If I could give this book more than 5 stars, I would. Every novel I've read of Katy's so far has been beyond wonderful, but this time she really outdid herself! I'm not one to give long-winded, spoiler-filled reviews, so here's what I came up with:

Katy you had me at, "Ginger, jump to me!" I kid you not.

I immediately fell in love with Ginger, Cain and Woodman. And my heart only expanded the deeper I immersed myself into their lives.

This story isn't your typical love triangle, where the girl is into two guys, the dudes hate each other, and the girl's not sure who she wants to be with. Ginger's heart is way deeper than that. It's about family, friendship, love, and heartbreak.

I woke up this morning with an achy head, a runny nose, and two swollen eyes. I've NEVER cried this much while reading a book. NEVER! And it wasn't cute little tears slowly dripping down my face while I wiped them away with my hand either. No, nuh-uh, I'm talking about big fat tears, snotty nose, and huge hiccupping breathes, while my heart thuds rapidly in my chest, aka UGLY CRYING! In saying that, it's not a bad thing. Every tear I shed was well worth it!

You are a literary genius, Katy Regnery! And I was totally right. THIS STORY IS EPIC!!! A MUST READ!
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By Diane Plourde TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 22 2016
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" I've loved you for so long, I don't know how to stop"

This is truly an honour for me to get to review an ARC of Ginger's Heart by Katy Regnery in exchange for an honest and spoiler free review. She is one of my favourite authors.

Let me start by saying that generally I don't read books that involves love triangles. I avoid them actually but this is Katy we are talking about here so of course I knew I had to read it. I discovered Katy's writing with The Vixen and The Vet and Never Let You Go, those were some of my memorable reads so I knew she would deliver something extraordinary. I was far from disappointed because this is one story I will never forget.

The first half of the story was told in multiple POV's, I thought there was a lot of repeats from all the thoughts and feelings that this characters were experiencing. Not having read the entire book yet, I didn't get the point. Imagine my surprise to the why's of all that. It was important for this journey to unfold flawlessly. It's like I read 2 different stories in the same book with the same characters. It was to help me put myself in the place of these characters and truly feel them. Boy, did I feel them alright. There are books that I read, finish to eventually move on from but there are stories like this that I can't stop thinking about.

I always try to keep my reviews as spoiler free as possible. I hate that the readers know the twists and turns before actually reading the book. It takes the pleasure out of enjoying great stories like this.

All I'm going to say, is that Ginger, Cain and Woodman grew up together. Both men are in love with her. Ginger loves one as a brother/friend but the other she's in love with. There is not cheating at all.
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