Review of Mirage (Sinister Fairy Tales Collection) by C. M. Radcliff


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

A tale of a dark, twisted, and dangerous man who meets his match when he becomes too greedy.

Jasper Lafar only wants possessions and money. He can’t see anything past the money he is determined to get his hands on, or the woman that he deems to be his possession. Too bad for him that the new toy he has acquired doesn’t want to play his games and has a mind of his own.

Jaslyn Astor is living in hell and she believes that she deserves everything that she receives. After losing her father, she was in a dark place and Jasper seemed to be a kind companion that was there for her and helped to bring her out of the darkness, but she soon found out that he only drug her into a deeper and darker hole that she believes she has no way of climbing out of.

Axel is a man who lives his life on his own terms and his way of life is dangerous and one fight at a time. His injury caused him to lose everything and now he has to find a way back to the top. He only has one person that has his back and he knows that he can count on him no matter what. His roommate and best-friend, Rush may have his issues, but Axel knows that he will always be there for him.

Whew, this book was dark, twisted, and hard to put down. I give it a 5-star review and need more now! Jaslyn and Axel are playing with fire in this story and I need to know what’s going to happen now. Jasper is the character that you instantly will hate in this story. If you like fairy tales, dark, twisted stories, or forbidden love, then you will love this story. The Prologue was so dark, but in a way, it was also beautiful. I particularly loved the line, “Only in the moments of our death are we flawless.”

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