Here's the actual review (this is what you will turn in to Mrs. Kaul or Ms. Lines):

Crimson Thread by Suzanne Weyn
Rating: 4 – better than most
Crimson Thread is a remake of the classic fairytale Rumplestiltskin. This version takes place in 1880, and the princess is actually an Irish immigrant named Bertie trying to make ends meet and help support her family. Her father likes to embellish his stories and presents her as an amazing seamstress to his employer – the owner of a very large textile company. When her father promises that she can create a beautiful dress in one night, Bertie thinks all is lost. However, she is saved by a dark handsome stranger named Ray – someone she’s heard she should steer clear of. When Bertie asks how she can repay him, he asks for her first-born child. As time goes on, Bertie will find out just how serious Ray is. Suzanne Weyn has created a wonderful story that is similar enough to the original but different enough to be compelling and interesting. The strength of her characters and the mystery of Ray keep the reader turning pages wondering what will happen next.

This is what the review will look like when it's on display in the library:
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Crimson Thread by Suzanne Weyn
Rating: 4 – better than most
Crimson Thread is a remake of the classic fairytale Rumplestiltskin. This version takes place in 1880, and the princess is actually an Irish immigrant named Bertie trying to make ends meet and help support her family. Her father likes to embellish his stories and presents her as an amazing seamstress to his employer – the owner of a very large textile company. When her father promises that she can create a beautiful dress in one night, Bertie thinks all is lost. However, she is saved by a dark handsome stranger named Ray – someone she’s heard she should steer clear of. When Bertie asks how she can repay him, he asks for her first-born child. As time goes on, Bertie will find out just how serious Ray is. Suzanne Weyn has created a wonderful story that is similar enough to the original but different enough to be compelling and interesting. The strength of her characters and the mystery of Ray keep the reader turning pages wondering what will happen next.

Once you turn the text into Mrs. Kaul or Ms. Lines, Miss Cucchetti will download the cover and adjust the text to fit onto the bookmark.