So, who are the dangerous women?
*One sorcerer’s apprentice who wishes the teacher was around but manages just fine paired up with one all-powerful fairy who only tells the truth but ‘the truth you hear is not the truth which is true’. If you already like the Dresden files or tricky ‘every word I say is true’ stories,, you’ll like it. I like both of those categories.
*A stripper with secret powers who destroys the guy she hooks up with.
*A folk-tale hero, which conforms to its story.
*One Desperado, who doesn’t know who she got into this mess and wishes she could get her life back. I sympathize with her.
*Another stripper with secret powers who destroys the guy she hooks up with.
*2 sisters whose mom is in a nursing home and … what? are the sisters heroes or villains? I couldn’t figure out the point of this plot.
*A forest innkeeper, who has to deal with ghosts, murderous thieves, and dumb customers. That was some interesting story.
Half the stories were good, half not as good. Pretty normal, for a short story collection.