It’s delightfully funny to see how Regina manages to get herself rescued each and every time she ends up in a messy situation. She isn’t a helpless princess, that’s for sure, but she plays the part of a modern damsel in distress so annoyingly (and at the same time so adorably) well that you can’t really hate her. But the most interesting part is that layer of complexity hidden underneath the superficial ambition that drives her.
All in all, I found the stories to be entertaining and relatable, casting fresh, honest light on old relationship myths.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)