Curvy Ever After: Forbidden Curvy Girl Fairy Tales by Twyla Turner (Author), Taria Reed (Photographer)
Jazz is sick of men making decisions with her life when a gift from her future groom, gives her the key to freedom with just three wishes.
Red is in a land torn by two cultures, a trip through the woods brings her right into the enemy’s grasp and she’s looking good enough to eat.
Ashland has been browbeaten by her evil stepmother and stepsisters for far too long, and a cruel joke backfires when the “Prince” only has eyes for her.
Bo is snatched in the middle of the night by a man seeking her father’s help to cure his beastly curse, and she is the pawn.
A family curse has finally extended its sinister grip on an unsuspecting Ro, and Flip must learn that it’ll take more than modern medicine to bring the curvaceous beauty out of her deep sleep.
Yuki is being hunted through the mountains of Japan, but instead of taking her heart, the huntsman just might steal it.
Aliyah craves more from her dull life and one night in a private club, opens up a world of decadent pleasures she didn’t even know existed.
From the author of the bestselling Damaged Souls Series, is a diverse mix of heroes and curvy beauties, spanning centuries and across countries. Your favorite childhood fairy tales…all grown up.
This book contains explicit sexual content and is not suitable for anyone under 18. Light BDSM play.
About the Author
Twyla Turner (1978- ) was born in Joliet, Illinois and was almost immediately enamored with all things entertainment and yearned for something “more”. She wrote her first story in the 3rd grade and fell in love with creating a whole world from her mind. But it was a long winding road to self-publishing her first novel Star-Struck. An interest in science and animals, to wanting to be the next Oprah, majoring in radio/television with a minor in creative writing, to a year in Japan, four years in California and then to Arizona where the need to write finally hit her like a brick wall. And once she started, the ideas flooded her brain like she never dreamed possible. Her love of romance and travel, as well as her struggle with body image and the male species combined into wanting to write romance for ‘real’ women.