If it isn’t obvious by now, I love writing naughty twists on fairy tales. This one is far from the last I have. Second in the Beowulf Hollow series, Rumpled Between the Sheets is loosely based on Rumpelstiltzkin. Some of the classic elements are there yet in different forms. The ugliness, the power struggle, and of course a deep secret that’s uncovered. There might be a spinning wheel in there somewhere … and spanking. It’s naughty, after all.
I said it in the dedication and I can’t day it enough. Thanks to all who support me. You are my inspiration.
Some want to find love at all costs
Some believe there is a cost to find love
When Mary Becken’s mother passes away, she takes over her exclusive tailoring business. Not satisfied with the fabrics available, she unearths her mother’s loom and creates a new textile by weaving thin strands of gold. Soon her small mountain town of Beowulf Hollow is swarming with new customers and invitations come pouring in for New York Press Week.
Benjamin Elstiltzkin is downright ruthless when it comes to his fashion business, and no small town upstart is going to dethrone him as king of the fashion world. When he hatches a plan to force Miss Becken to work for him exclusively, the one thing he doesn’t expect is the temptation she poses to his never-ending bachelorhood.
With a deadline looming to gather his collection, Benjamin might have met his match in more ways than one.