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Out of the Tower

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A historical romance meets a grown-up fairy tale! 

Rapunzel knows no other existence but her life in her tower, carrying for her twenty ells of golden hair and obeying her strict mother. 

She would love to feel the grass between her toes and touch the bark of a tree, but she knows she will never be able to—her magical braids keep her trapped in the tower she lives in, high over the forest. 

Then one day, she sees a boy. A man. 

And he throws everything she knows—everything her mother taught her about the outside world—into question. 

Can she trust this boy? He makes her heart patter in her chest, and his mere presence makes her feel alive in ways she’s never known. 

But Mother told her the world was filled with evil and danger. 

Is he more danger? 

Or is he a savior? 

Can she trust him long enough to find out? Or will his duty destroy this budding relationship before it ever gets on it's feet? 

**This book was originally published as Rescuing Rapunzel, but has been since expanded and updated. 

Customer Reviews


A titillating grown-up fairy tale that transports you into the world of Dukes, Lords, and Princesses. While out riding in the Black Forest to get away from his responsibilities Lord Nicolas von Hohburg stumbles upon a tower. He is shocked to see a stunning blonde beauty who sings like an angel in the tower with no door. A few hurdles to conquer and a life-threatening moment occur before this story gets to the happy ever after.

Rapunzel has been living in a tower that is hidden in the Black Forest for almost eighteen years with an abusive mother who has brainwashed her into believing the world is evil. Rapunzel now believes that she is safer away from all mankind. One day while her mother is gone, Nicolas meets Rapunzel and is captivated by her beauty and sweet demeanor. A romance blooms between the two, but Nicolas has a secret which may put an end to all he holds dear.

The story is beautifully written and holds your attention until the end. The characters are credible and spring to life with the eye-catching plot, quick-witted dialogue, gripping suspense, spine-chilling action, and breathtaking vivid scene descriptions. As a little girl Rapunzel was one of my favorite fairy tales and this adult tale is utterly delicious. I absolutely loved the romance between Nicolas and Rapunzel as they had fun together, had some emotional up and downs too, but in the end, they were totally devoted to each other and their romance is filled with fiery passion. Though Rapunzel had spent many years alone she did have sass which certainly kept Nicolas on his toes. I absolutely adored this story and when the end came I wanted more. An unforgettable and gratifying read. If you treasure adult fairy tale romance this is a wonderful book for your library. {I was gifted a copy of this book and this is my honest review}. In the world of fantasy romance, the magic begins with the first thought to paper. Without reservation, I recommend this book.

Out of the Tower
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Historical
  • Published: Sep 15, 2016
  • Publisher: Flirtation Publishing
  • Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC
  • Print Length: 383 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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