Blacksmith Rapunzel

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When Rapunzel leaves his tower he triggers a booby trap spell that transports him to the Heroes’ Labyrinth. Armed only with his magic hair he’s thrown into a dangerous, subterranean world where undead monsters are constantly trying to eat or kill him. Rapunzel convinces the volatile alter ego of Dr. Henrietta Jekyll - Edwina Hyde to team up in order to increase their chances of survival. More
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About KuroKoneko Kamen

Author KuroKoneko Kamen (Black Kitten Mask) has always had an interest in Japanese culture from folktales about yokai (ancient demons) to anime and manga. As a result of being an otaku a lot of her stories are set in Japan or have a Japanese theme. Even when in the midst of a pirate novel expect a samurai warrior to be thrown into the mix. Her latest passion is paranormal romance and she’s written stories where ghosts, demons, and angels find love. Keeping her company as she writes are her several dogs and cats, some of which are rescues (now including a pet turtle someone wanted to make a soup out of). To keep updated on new stories and specials visit the author’s facebook page:

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About the Series: Genderbent Fairytales Collection
In the Genderbent Fairytales Collection all of the classic fairytales will have their entire cast of heroes and heroines genderbent! Belle from Beauty and the Beast becomes bookworm Bellamy DeWinter, while the beast is a cute yeti girl named Abigail Snow in Handsome and the Yeti. Peter from Peter and Wendy becomes Petra Pan, while Wendy Darling becomes fencing champion Eirwen Darling. Alice from Alice in Wonderland becomes eccentric artist Alister Kingsley, and the Mad Hatter becomes Madeline Hatter in Alister in Wonderland.

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A Lee reviewed on July 11, 2020

I would not call this a retelling of Rapunzel. Even with the gender change, the only part that this story has in common with the original fairytale is the background introduction. The rest of it is original, incorporating the myth of the Minotaur, the story of Jekyll and Hyde and the movie Daybreakers into a harmoniously action-packed and thrilling whole. This is a great read!
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