Cloak, Torn: Book 2
Her Highness Princess Scarlet I isn't one for titles. Short, dark haired, and armed with a cloak brighter than blood, she constantly sneaks away into the forest. Her forbidden fascination: a giant wolf, with eyes like jade and fur dark as midnight.
So when the Queen needs to consult the Princess's grandmother, Scarlet immediately volunteers, planning to get through with the job, then see the Wolf and the rest of the world. But when the Woodsman saves her from an attack on the road, he asks her to repay him by freeing his cursed son, throwing a bit of a detour into her plans.
As Scarlet and the Wolf set out to find the cure along with a clever thief named Jack, the powerful enchantress who first laid the curse lurks in the forest, determined to stop them at all costs.
In this mix of the two fairytales, Little Red Riding Hood and Jack and the Beanstalk, Brighter Than Blood continues the fairy tale saga that began with Red as Roses.
(Formerly: Brighter Than Blood)