Hair of Gold: Just Right Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes

The Urban Fairytales world continues to expand with the addition of Goldilocks and her three bears to the series. Hair of Gold: Just Right is another prequel style sequel in which the women are reading about the life of another super powered woman connected to The Scales.

The story of Goldilocks begins with her childhood as the young Kat. She and her family are constantly traveling and in one of their attempts to stay safe during the night of a Wolf Moon three massive Kodiak bears appear. As her parents try to protect their daughter, the three bears surround the safe place she has found and fight off the wolves below her. After that night Kat learns that the three bears are instead brothers who have been spelled with the power to effortlessly shift into the forms of bears. Each full moon they work to protect humans from the onslaught of the wolves and once Kat joins them she becomes their sister and a strong fighter in her own right. The magic that impacts her new found brothers leads them on a journey against demons, dark magic users, and the evils growing in the world.

What I love about Hair of Gold: Just Right is that the initial relationship established in the series is between Kat and her brothers. We get to see them building a family that deeply cares for each other. While they are traveling the moment that Kat meets the woman she is destined to be with, this element appears throughout the series, I was delighted to see a character return from a previous book and being grown into a rich character in her own right.  You can find Hair of Gold: Just Right, as well as the other Urban Fairytales books on sale now.

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