Strange Love

Short Stories and Twisted Tales

front cover of Strange Love - Short Stories and Twisted Tales by Victoria Pearson

Love can bring us together, but it can also tear us apart.


Dive into ten darkly different tales sharing the theme of love. Love can be pure or warped, but it is shown here warts and all, and one thing is for sure, there are no Hollywood endings to be found between these pages.


Maternal love turns to obsession, infidelity leads to heartbreak, and a prince ends up very disappointed with his lot.


You may have seen one or two of these characters before, but never in this light.


Twisted perspectives on old tales, and new stories whose characters will stay with you forever…
 
To love is man’s greatest gift, and his greatest curse…

 
Amazon Reviewers say…


“Love is tough to write. The balance between honest emotion and hallmark diabetic coma is a fine one but it’s one that’s skilfully executed in this little gem.”


“If you took the writing skills and imagination of Jorge Borger, the strange humour of Mikhail Bulgakov, a pinch of the wit of Terry Pratchett and a big dose of originality you end up with a book like Strange Love.”


“The author showed such great imagination and her crafting of each tale was beautifully done, even the stories with a darker side to them. My particular favourite was a reworking of the classic story Rapunzel. To my mind it was even better than the original.”

You can read more reviews for Strange Love on Amazon here

Or on Goodreads here


Strange Love is available as both a paperback and an e-book from both Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
 
It is available from Barnes and Noble as both a paperback and a Nook book, and is available in a variety of digital formats from Smashwords, or you can order it from your local library.
 


The Strange Stories Series – twisted fairytales that aren’t for children


You can find out more about the second book in the Strange Stories series here. There is no particular reading order to the series.

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