Interested in a twisted paranormal fairy tale series? I highly recommend you start with Cameron Jace's Grimm Diaries Prequels to become acquainted with his stories. Because they'll hook you and keep you reading...
The Grimm Diaries, Book 2
Description (taken from Goodreads):
Loki is controlled by the Queen through his Dreamhunter's Fleece, and he's now Snow White's enemy. No one's sure what the Queen of Sorrow wants to do next, and what her plans with Sorrow are. In another Dreamory, they learn who Cinderella really is, where she came from, her relationship with Snow, and what historical period she'd affected with what she calls the Forbidden Art.
Check out my review and description of the first book in the series, Snow White Sorrow, if you haven't started the series.
The door of the Schloss sprang open, followed by a gust of a sinister wind spiraling in the hallways.
Snow White, sleeping in her coffin, opened her weary eyes. Her heart tightened in a strange way as if some invisible force wrapped a velvet rope around it and started squeezing. Something dreadful was coming her way.
The first recognizable voice was Fable screaming outside the castle.
“Don’t—” Fable shouted.
The sinister and howling wind ate the rest of Fable’s words like cookie monster, protecting whatever evil was approaching Snow White.
“Wake up, Shew,” the wind laughed. Snow White wondered if she had just imagined the wind talk to her. “It’s time to…,” the wind laughed again.
“Stop!” Axel’s voice splintered like shattered glass across the wind’s wings.
Axel and Fable. I remember them. They’re Loki’s friends.
Snow White had been waiting for Loki all day. He’d went to Candy House to meet up with the Crumblewood’s foster mother. He was supposed to return to the Schloss before sunset. It was midnight.
Snow White heard someone enter the castle downstairs. Whoever it was, he or she were breathing heavily, smelling of uncanny evil—a scent Snow White had worn on her soul for years before Loki’s kiss.
Sidenote: That excerpt gets me excited for this one. It pulls from the first novel and leaves you with expectations for the this one.