Review: The Blue Light, by A. Violet End

Title: The Blue Light (A Grimm & Dirty Fairy Tale)The Blue Light
Author: A. Violet End
Rating: 3/5 Stars

“A very naughty retelling of the Grimm Brothers’ classic fairy tale, The Blue Light. When a wounded soldier is rejected from the King’s service, he takes his pound of flesh in revenge against the King’s daughter. Erotic literature based on the European folktale. 2700 words” (description from Goodreads)


I’m not familiar with most of the Grimm Brother’s fairy tales, so before I read this one, I read their version of The Blue Light in order to appreciate how A. Violet End altered the original.

I find the concept of taking centuries old tales and turning them into short erotic reads to be very interesting. At times, as an adult these simply stories need to be spiced up.  I think that’s a goal of the Grimm & Dirty Fairy Tales. What the author did was take the tale of a wronged, once loyal, solider getting his revenge and threw in something the adults will like…sex.

This was a fun interpretation of The Blue Light, but I feel that even though the original ending was abrupt and a little boring, that the ending of this version was too much. I felt that the ending was trying to be too provocative compared to the rest of the story, which went by quiet well. I felt that elements of the ending didn’t fit with the rest of the story. Yet, this was still a good read, and I’m looking forward to seeing what else A. Violet End has done in her Grimm & Dirty Fairy Tales.


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About the Author:

A. Violet End is a professional writer and classy lady with a perverted imagination. She likes fairy tales. She likes twisting things to her satisfaction. Enjoy her take on the Grimm Brothers’ European folklore, would you? If that’s not your thing, then try her billionaire sicko boyfriend fantasy series, The Billionaire Who… for the story of a naughty rich guy and the flight attendant he has his way with, over and over again. Good clean fun, right?

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