What I have always wanted, a lesbian version of the fairy-tales I grew up with. Though Cinderella was never one of my favourite of those tales, it's position is definitely now bumped up my list. Though I have most avidly read quite a bit of Rae's Mass Effect fanfiction, this dalliance into the realm of fantasy and fairy-tales has been wonderful. Though quite a bit more tame than the fanfiction I have become accustomed to from Rae, this is a sweetly and beautifully written book. Very highly recommended and I cannot wait for the next installments.
People have shot and rewritten Cinderella numerous times, with no one until now putting their unique twist. Rae Magdon's version of the tale is something no one would try. It keeps to the three sisters story but twists it in a way most don't.
Eleanor Baxstree's tale is one I enjoyed very much. It kept the jealous sister and had a romance few would write, let alone publish. And unlike most fairytales, it's part of a larger world, further discovered by a supporting character.