One of my favorite retellings is the series by Marissa Meyer that starts with Cinder. It's easy to know that the story is Cinderella, but Cinderella has been given new excitement in a future world where humans and cyborgs coexist. What makes this series even more fun, is that each new book brings a new fairy tale character to life. Book two is Scarlet. Of course this is Little Red Riding Hood. Book three is Cress. Cress has been locked up on a satellite for most of her life. Sounds a bit like Rapunzel. The fourth book will be on the shelves soon and is called Fairest. That sounds like we might get a closer look at the Lunar Queen. I am anxiously awaiting the release.
Another author that has rewritten several fairy tales is Jessica Day George. Her books start with the story of the twelve dancing princesses with Princess of the Midnight Ball. Here we read the story of twelve sisters who have been condemned to dance their nights away in an underground palace. As in the original fairy tale, the King wants answers. George's books are interesting as they are interconnected by the twelve sisters. Each one of the books tells the story of one of the sisters. Some of the other titles include; Princess of Glass, and Princess of the Silver Woods.
A Kiss in Time by Alex Flinn is another favorite for me. This is a really fun story as sleeping beauty is brought into the present through the kiss of her true love. This time, her true love is not a prince, but just an ordinary boy that wants nothing to do with the idea that he is the princess's "true love." Alex Flinn has also written Beastly and Towering.
A couple of other authors that have written a series of fairy tale retellings include; Jim C. Hines and Frank Beddor. So, if you like a good fairy tale with a twist, you might look into these authors.