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Cherry Lips: A Chick-lit Fairy Tale (The Cherry Fairy Tales Trilogy Book 1) by [Dearie, Lacey]
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Length: 194 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Cerise is not a witch. She's an apprentice herbalist whose father is a wannabe warlock and fairy godmother is a madame. But Cerise has a closely guarded secret - the cherry lip-stain she manufactures and sells to the richest and most powerful women in the land is a potent aphrodisiac that makes the wearer irresistible. Of course, with such power comes responsibility, something Cerise did not consider while she was testing each batch of the product on the men of her home town.

Soon, word of the magical make-up reaches the childless Queen Merewald, and she becomes determined to uncover the secrets of the lip-stain herself and use them to seduce her ageing, impotent husband, King Palen. Her best chance is to send her feline brother-in-law, Blaxton, to befriend Cerise and spy on her. What the Queen didn't count on was her nephew falling for Cerise without the use of magic or her niece using their jester as bait to uncover the secrets before she did.

Cherry Lips is a chick-lit fairytale about a medieval amateur cosmetologist, a nymphomaniac witch, a kinky jester, an unconventionally handsome prince, a wizard with magical healing powers, a castle made of sand and crystals, magical lip-stain that makes the wearer irresistible and cats. Lots and lots of cats.

Cherry Lips is the first book in the Cherry Fairy Tales Trilogy and is followed by Bewitcher and Waiting For Magic.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 611 KB
  • Print Length: 194 pages
  • Publisher: Rock Paper Spirit; 2 edition (3 June 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cherry Lips: A Chick-lit Fairytale 13 June 2015
By Janie Dills - Published on
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Being a Leger fan, I wasn't quite sure of what to expect from Ms. Dearie's venture into the fairytale realm. As for me, I honestly had trouble putting it aside for more than a few moments because I was simply entranced by the story. And this story leaves just enough information @ the end to interest me in reading the second installment. I really loved that there were parts of this fairytale that required use of my own imagination to conclude how/why something was mentioned. (All the cats running around the castle, is Cerise's mother really still alive & will she ever get to meet her, etc.) Isn't that why most of us love to read though? But I'm sure, with @ least one more book planned, most will be revealed. If you like a little magic laced with a bit more of an adult bent than the Leger Series, I think you will enjoy this book!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing characters, hilarious, witty 17 September 2015
By Majanka - Published on
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Cherry Lips is a whimsical, romantic, hilarious fairytale with the strangest bunch of characters you could’ve ever imagined. Our main character, Cerise, is an apprentice herbalist who happens to be the manufacturer of a cherry lip-stain that is anything but ordinary: it’s an aphrodisiac that makes the wearer irresistible. When the queen finds out about this magic lip-stain, she wants it for herself, and to use it to seduce her husband so they can have a child.

In order to retrieve the lip-stain, she sends her brother-in-law to befriend Cerise and spy on her. But that decision might backfire when Blaxton falls head over heels for Cerise…And what ensues is a hilarious tale of cats, magic and fairy godmothers who aren’t at all like how you’d expect a fairy godmother to be like.

The characters are amazing, especially Cerise. The world-building is solid and fun, without being too complicated, and it allows the reader to easily dive into the story. If you like stories with a whimsical side, you’ll love Cherry Lips. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is yet another magic love story that I have thoroughly enjoyed 18 March 2016
By Rachel Noel - Published on
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This is yet another magic love story that I have thoroughly enjoyed. Seriously, I may have to reconsider my "no love stories" policy after this. What I specifically enjoyed about Cherry Lips is how much fun it was to read. The dialogue and character interactions were engaging and, at times, had me laughing out loud. There were a couple places where I felt like something bad could have been prevented, but it was not enough to take me out of the book.

The adventure is fast paced, after the prologue, and I was never bored while reading. The side-effects of magic are not only considered, but are essential to the story and growth of the Cerise's character. The book does leave me with a number of questions and even more suspicions, but, fortunately Dearie has written the sequel (which is currently on my wishlist) so I will be able to get my questions answered.

Cherry Lips is a good read for anyone who wants a funny story, a magic story, a love story, and/or a fairy tale. All of these elements are combined in a fun way to engage the reader.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This royal family is totally disfunctional and backstabbing, Can Cerise be the answer to their difficulties? 18 August 2015
By DogsMom - Published on
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A brief, magical read that will keep your interest captured until the very end.
Cerise is not a witch. There is magic in her bloodline and she has a fairy godmother who is really a fairy, (as well as running a brothel and gammbling institution.) Other unusual and unexplainable things happen daily in the village.

This is not a traditional fairy tale.
True, there are damsels in distress and curses placed on people. No one gets turned into a frog or toad!
Cerise's mother has been institutionalized after having an affair with the reigning King.
He ends up being turned into a cat. The younger royal sister also has magical abilities and her brothers are afraid of her. The royal family is totally disfunctional and backstabbing.
No one seems able to conceive an heir so as a last resort they want to steal a secret from Cerise to produce an heir.

With a sense of humor and rolicking fun, if you enjoy retellings and magical fantasy, you will enjoy this book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Super cute, quick easy ready 2 September 2015
By Boundless Book Reviews - Published on
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This was a very good fairytale. It was a quick and easy read. It was written well and had a very good storyline. It followed a young woman who uses magic lipstick to make men fall for her. While she has this magic she is being watched by the royal family who wants to steal this magic and use it for their own gains. So it was the normal fairytale story that has good vs. evil and rich vs. poor.

I really enjoyed this book. It was super cute and I loved all the cats. :) So I want to say thank you for allowing me to read and review this book....Stormi