Marguerite Bennett and Trungles take readers to a fairy tale world where a Beauty falls in love with another Beauty against the wishes of everyone around them. What will happen when they strike out on their own?
It's a thematic intertextuality that is also apparent between Kate Leth and Arielle Jovellanos' School Spirit and the former's debut of Patsy Walker AKA Hellcat with Brittney Williams. What appears to be emerging in Rosy Press' output is a keen editorial eye from publisher Janelle Asselin who has not only successively captured two of the industry's most exciting breakout talents, but nurtured a space that captured their creative voices at a point where they began to develop coherent theses that track cleanly across their work. If Rosy Press has proven anything so far, it's that romance as a genre can provide a space that offers more freedom than restriction when put in the right hands, which is also, incidentally, the idea at the heart of Beauties. Read Full Review
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