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Jul 24, Karen rated it it was amazing. I wish he would be more honest After recently finishing the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series And loving it! I decided to go ahead and read this short story.
I loved that it was a quick read and still had that same charm that the other books had. Since I read the rest of the series first I knew about them but I still love the story. Very very short but sweet.
I liked seeing the story from another perspective but it would have been awesome if it was a little longer or there was a sequel to his side of the stories. Oct 07, Michelle rated it really liked it Shelves: I read this short story after I had read the third book in the series. So, the things that she hinted at here I already knew. If I hadn't known, it would have been a nice bit of foreshadowing. It was fun to see Ever introduced, too.
Fun story. Cute Makes me like Jared and Mins more. I like how not everyone got to be saved. Wishing for more off these Jared stories. Frog prince twist Cute short story to give you insight into Jared's point of view. These are fun easy reads for any age to enjoy. A very fun read indeed. Please write more from his point of view. Jared and Mina's dynamics are so much fun. Jul 03, Barbara Wall rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This novella helps explain Jared's background and complicated relationship with Mina and Grimm's fairytales.
Aug 03, Danielle Ekhoff rated it really liked it. Cute short story on the way to the next book. It gives just a bit of insight on the main characters. Mar 27, Shalonda rated it liked it Shelves: This was a cute read for an in between kind of book. I was really hoping for a quick recap of Jared's background. But like the title says, it's about HIS quest. Explains why Ever started at Mina's high school at the same time as Jared. Additionally demonstrates that Jared has a heart.
Jan 14, Cora Crotteau rated it it was amazing. I just love it. May 27, Wendy Johnson rated it really liked it. A cute little short-story improvised frog princess tale and Jared's quest to help Mina 'capture' this Grimm fairy tale. Five chapters long, the last two were blank. Oct 21, Natalie rated it really liked it Recommends it for: YA, female. Jared has shown himself for the first time to the Grimm family, the newest one chosen is Mina Grimm, a teenage girl who doesn't look extraordinary or seem powerful on her own, but someone that for some reason Jared can't help but feel differently towards.
All of the other Grimm's he was able to resist helping, resist appearing to, but not Mina. This young, brunette with an attitude has left him feeling vulnerable and exposed. After years of practice, decades of building walls, all of his defense Jared has shown himself for the first time to the Grimm family, the newest one chosen is Mina Grimm, a teenage girl who doesn't look extraordinary or seem powerful on her own, but someone that for some reason Jared can't help but feel differently towards.
After years of practice, decades of building walls, all of his defenses seem to crumble with her. What's worse, for the first time he actually wants Mina to succeed.
Her success, however, will spell out his death, and he knows it. Set on keeping her as far from danger as possible, Jared tries to fulfill quests that the Story demands as much as he can without her, so that she just has to show up at the last minute possible and be exposed to the least amount of danger.
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What quest is he getting himself caught up in this time? Naturally one that requires a handsome and powerful prince to break the spell through a kiss. A short story that falls somewhere in between the first and second books of the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series.
Quick read, takes less than an hour to read to completion. Recommended for young adults, female, those looking for a short fairy-tale themed story. Jul 26, Katrina Curry rated it it was amazing.
Jared's Quest is a sweet, short story that takes place between the first and second installments of the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series. Jared's actions as he takes on his journey are a direct reflection of his emotional ties to Mina.
It also provides insight into his personal relationship and friendship with the quick-quipped pixie, Ever, and her unseen character traits. Admittedly, this story raises more question's than the answers it provides. It also brings to the surface as to just how much Jared truly understands his own existence. Overall, it is a pleasant little read. Jan 19, Rose marked it as to-read.
So naturally I want to read this, but seriously, what's up with this horrid cover?!?!?! The first cover I loved the second was okay and the third, well that wasn't how I pictured Jarod at all and now this!
This might be my least favorite cover. Despite the saying "don't judge a book by its cover" we still do don't denie it you do it too. If I saw this in the book store I would drop the book and start running. So please, make better covers!!!! Aug 02, Sarah Embry rated it it was amazing. This was a cute and interesting story to add to the "An Unfortunate Fairy Tale" series. It follows Jared on a quest the Story presents to him instead of Mina, while this in itself is an interesting story but you also travel a little bit into his mind.
While following Jared you also get to see how some of his relationships work. I would personally wait until you finish the series to read it just in case you get spoiled on anything.
Oct 22, Kalli Weir rated it really liked it. This book is a fantasy. It is about a fae boy who is a prince of a the fae world. And we had a quest him self. Mina could not help him, only at the last second. The story fallows the Frog prince with a twist. When the girl kisses the boys they turn into frogs. Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase.
See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. Mirror, Mirror, on the wall, Who is the Fairest of them all? But a new player arises to challenge Mina while new rules revamp the game she has just barely begun to understand.
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Jul 10, Haley rated it it was amazing. Chanda Hahn has done it again! In her sequel to UnEnchanted, she created a world full of thrilling moments, heartbreaking loss, breathtaking glimpses at love and a perfect ending that will leave readers anxiously awaiting the release of book three in the An Unfortunate Fairy Tale series! I am, however, surprised that I liked it more than UnEnchanted. If the ending of UnEnchated broke Chanda Hahn has done it again!
If the ending of UnEnchated broke my heart, the beginning of Fairest completely shattered it. I wanted so much for Mina to find the happiness and peace she deserved. I wanted her to have something or someone to hold. As I continued to read, shattered heart and all, I began to see that maybe JUST maybe she is on track for a happily ever after, after all.
Mina is a remarkably strong heroine. There were times when she questioned her strength, but it was there all along. She just had to find it and trust those who were desperately trying to help her. The final scenes in the book proved that she found her strength and something much more. I found it so powerful that even with a shared kiss between Mina and Brody the passion was stronger in every moment between her and Jared. She ached for his honesty and was repeatedly let down.
Then, there were brief moments when he let her in and it sent my heart soaring. Regardless of what type of passion existed between the two, it was there and it was thrilling. Without giving away too much, I loved the twists and turns in Fairest.
That was probably one of the best endings to a book I've ever read. Mina is such a strong, fierce female character and I love her so much. This series is so amazing!!! Sep 17, Becky Ginther rated it liked it Shelves: While this sequel to Unenchanted was still good, there were a few flaws that stuck out for me. First of all, the editing and grammar mistakes in this one are even worse than the first one. It's disappointing. I know that when self-publishing it's more likely for stuff to fall through the cracks, but some of the misplaced commas and use of "too" instead of "to" is just distracting.
The other thing is that I'm getting a little impatient with the amount of information being revealed. I understand th While this sequel to Unenchanted was still good, there were a few flaws that stuck out for me.
I understand that we don't want everything revealed; it's good to have some suspense and unanswered questions. However, there's only so long I can wait to understand things before I stop caring.
And really, I'm not sure how many times I can read basically the same scene over and over again without getting bored. It goes like this: But Hahn manages to save this story with the second half, and the ending in particular. Once again, it's a fascinating plot twist with lots of unexpected elements.
What this series really has going for it is the plot. Unfortunately, the characters and writing can't quite live up to that. Luckily, the plot is good enough to keep me reading and interested in buying the next book, whenever it comes out.
View 2 comments. Feb 01, life's a fairy tale rated it really liked it Shelves: Possible spoilers! This was the second book to what thus far has been overall an amazing series There is no true happy ending for Mina!
I totally get that this is an unfortunate fairy tale, but stillllll!!! Seriously, if the story and ideas themselves weren't so good, I would be so fed up with how these past two books ended that I would hate them. Like the first, this book deserves six stars for creativeness.
The stories are gripping with just the ri Warning The stories are gripping with just the right amount of mystery, and I love the fairy tale tie ins!
Especially as the story moves along, it's great to see where everything fit in! I was actually really shocked to see how many people are rooting for Jared. To be honest, I didn't even think of a love connection there. I always thought of him as a friend, who happens to be good looking - and really mysterious at times. For me, the real love story has always been with Brody. Although the first book was heartbreaking, and this was equally so, the connection that Mina and Brody have is strong.
Their connection worked its way back into this book, even though he didn't remember any of the previous happenings. I definitely could have used more of the two of them.
Personally, I'm praying for Mina to finally get her happily ever after with him. And again, I get it's an unenchanted story series,but she's such a likable character, I will be devastated if in the end of the series she doesn't end up with Brody I read there's a third book coming out sometime later this year and I'm on edge of my seat waiting for it!!
Aug 09, Hilary rated it it was amazing. I read the first one in this series 2 days ago, and found it enjoyable enough to purchase this book, the second in the series. I enjoyed the first book and rated it 4 stars. I have to tell you that this is one of the MOST enjoyable one sitting reads I have read in a long time. The writer keeps things moving quickly without making the reader feel "pushed" through the story and without leaving the reader feeling like they've missed out on important pieces o I read the first one in this series 2 days ago, and found it enjoyable enough to purchase this book, the second in the series.
The writer keeps things moving quickly without making the reader feel "pushed" through the story and without leaving the reader feeling like they've missed out on important pieces of the story. You can instantly identify with the characters and their feelings. You understand why they make the choices they make and why they say the things they say and don't say.
There are just enough funny moments in the story, but it isn't so much that you feel like you're watching a parody. There are twists and turns, but not to worry It's well written and easy to read, but not in a way that makes the older readers feel like our hands are being held. After reading both novels, I went to the authors web site and found out she does NOT use an editor! Thank you Mrs. This is an incredible gift to book readers! You've given us an amazing book series that is well written, east to read and marvelously fun all at a bargain price!
I can't wait to read what you have in store for us next! What I liked: I actually like the idea of him and Mina being together, and I could tell Jared really cared about helping Mina.
I liked the more in depth look at the good fae, like Ever and Jared, but I think we still need a bit more world building to r What I liked: I liked the more in depth look at the good fae, like Ever and Jared, but I think we still need a bit more world building to really get a sense of things. What I disliked: She annoyed the hell out of me in this book. She seemed like as much of a moody brat as Mina—the definitely deserve one another as best friends.
And I hated the little twist at the end. Nan and Brody are soul mates or whatever? At least now the third book will hopefully have less romantic sap in it. The main thing I loved about the first book was the originality of it, with the addition of the fairytale element, and both of those things were missing from this book. It got turned into nothing more than a cheesy romance with a bit of action here and there.
I paid three dollars for this book—which is quite a bit for a self-published book—and not only was it not as satisfying as the first book, it was also way shorter. I think the price definitely needs to be lowered. Overall, this book was not nearly as good as the first in the series.
For the most part, it was just alright. There was nothing special about it. It was too short and more of a transitional book. The bad unfortunately outweighed the good. Hopefully the next one will be better. Jan 11, Brittany rated it liked it.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Review also appears on my blog Misadventures in Wonderland Can I start out by saying I've been all for Jared since the first book?
I feel as if his character is rather flat, like what everyone except me obviously would want from a guy. I understand he was doing the whole " Prince Charming" thing, but I wanted to smack him half the time in both books. At least Jared had a legitimate reason to kind of be a dick periodically. It frustrated me to no end Mina kept pining ove Review also appears on my blog Misadventures in Wonderland Can I start out by saying I've been all for Jared since the first book?
It frustrated me to no end Mina kept pining over Brody. I adore her reason for going through the Story is to protect her brother. But no. That would of course be the logical thing to do. Because she was jealous of her.
Some best friend. But I do commend her for getting her act together later to save everyone. And as for Nan and Brody being each others true love, serves Mina right for hurting her friend. Stupid girl. I actually don't mind Mina that much. She is somewhat mercurial, but I enjoy that in my protagonist. She was pretty well developed, although I attributed some of her character flaws to the author trying to make her like an average teenager. The author honestly should have spent more time developing each character because most are pretty flat or stereotypical.
Except for Jared. Although I may be biased because I have a thing for bad boys with an attitude hiding a heart of gold. Oh well. The writing in this novel was an improvement from the first one. There were fewer grammatical errors this go round, which made me a happy reader. Granted there were some time jumps or moments where it took me a minute to realize what was happening because the setting or time changed without transition.
Over-all, Fairest was a feel good type of read. I am enjoying the series other than the occasional frustration from character stupidity.