Seven: A Lesbian Snow White [NOOK Book]

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The strange witch girl Neve has skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and a dark secret. Her father Lexander, an alchemist, harbors an evil obsession, and Catalina, his newest bride, made the grave mistake of becoming his wife. When Catalina finds herself falling in love with his daughter, Neve, instead, the deepening bond between the women sets in motion the final chapter of a story that began long ago, with a desperate longing and a handful of apple seeds. Together, Neve and Catalina must venture into ...
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Seven: A Lesbian Snow White

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Overview

The strange witch girl Neve has skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and a dark secret. Her father Lexander, an alchemist, harbors an evil obsession, and Catalina, his newest bride, made the grave mistake of becoming his wife. When Catalina finds herself falling in love with his daughter, Neve, instead, the deepening bond between the women sets in motion the final chapter of a story that began long ago, with a desperate longing and a handful of apple seeds. Together, Neve and Catalina must venture into the Huntsman's haunted forest to undo what has been done and set themselves free.

The novella SEVEN is the lesbian retelling of the classic fairy tale, “Snow White.” It is part of the series SAPPHO’S FABLES: LESBIAN FAIRY TALES.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014726559
  • Publisher: Sarah Diemer
  • Publication date: 5/31/2012
  • Series: Sappho's Fables: Lesbian Fairy Tales , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 626,524
  • File size: 229 KB

Meet the Author

Jennifer Diemer is an author, editor and Etsy artist. A lifelong fairy tale fanatic, she is thrilled to release SEVEN as her first published work. She shares a purple-doored cottage in the country with her wife and soulmate, author Sarah Diemer (also known as Elora Bishop), and a menagerie of spoiled four-legged friends. If you would like to keep up to date with Jennifer's news and projects, you can follow her on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/expectangels), like her author page on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/JenniferDiemerAuthor), and visit her writing website (http://www.oceanid.org/jenn/).
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  • Posted July 2, 2012

    Beautifully retold with depth and heart

    It's clear from the first word of this story that every sentence was carefully considered - the words strung together are both aesthetically pleasing and meaningful. Lesbian retellings of fairy tales mean a lot to me as a lesbian, because they rework the old dynamics in a way that I can identify with. I did not anticipate any part of this retelling, from the villain to the dwarves to the use of apple imagery: it was all delightfully new. Jennifer Diemer's writing is so solid in every aspect, from the individual sentences to the structure of the storytelling, and together makes for a truly enjoyable and significant package. There were many times when I read a description of something sensory or a feeling, and I thought "I know exactly what that looks like/feels like, but I never could have put it into words to capture it as well as this does." I absolutely recommend this to everyone, anywhere on the gender and affectional orientation spectrum.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2012

    O, what a bewitching, inventive re-telling of Snow White! I don'

    O, what a bewitching, inventive re-telling of Snow White! I don't even think it can be called a re-telling as it is so very original. It will keep you on the edge of your seat and flipping each page with reckless abandon. Wonder-full, beauty-full, and simply perfect. Your heart will sigh the moment you finish it.

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