Rotten to the Core: Tales of Darkness and Fate

Liz Cain and Anne K Whelan

Every fairytale princess gets her happy ending but what about the villain?

Before I was named The Evil Queen, I longed for my own happy ending. My tale is one you will not expect. With vampire hoards attacking my home, I make a decision to save the ones I love. Now I’m having to live with the consequences of my actions.

Mirror, Mirror on the wall. Who’s the most fearsome of them all?

Based on Snow White fairy tale, Rotten to the Core is told from the Evil Queen’s point of view.


Anne K Whelan and Liz Cain

Imagine waking up on the edge of the woods with no memory of who you are or how you got there.

Aine doesn’t know where she came from or who she is. Her memories soon claw their way out and who can blame her for thinking herself a monster? Lachlan was trained by his father to hunt her kind but can’t bring himself to harm her. Together they must figure out her past, before the life she can’t remember is destroyed.