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Posted March 20, 2013
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Snow and the Seventh Wolf is a unique take on Snow White. In this erotic retelling we follow Snow and Seth on their journey of self discovery and true love. Can Seth and Snow’s love survive the evil of her step-parents? Can the truth be set free, so that Snow can be free to love? This stimulating tale will arouse, entice, frustrate, and reward the reader with a love that will reach the stars!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 18, 2013
Do you know the original Snow White story - not the Disney version? If so, you'll know it and other fairy tales of its era are quite dark. Snow and the Seventh Wolf is a re-imagined fairy tale in that tradition. Set in the modern era, the story follows a trust fund kid named Snow Jazzman who is essentially an orphan. Her father, a famous musician, died leaving her in the care of a money-grabbing stepmother and her conveyor belt of stepfathers.
Her stepmother - the evil witch in this retelling - isn't so hung up on Snow's good looks. It's her cash she wants, and Snow can't access it until her 21st birthday, only a month away. That's the only reason Elena has kept Snow in her care, although she's done everything in her power to malign Snow and make her appear reckless and destructive in the press. The public has Elena's sympathy, and meanwhile Snow yearns to get away.
She has her chance when the little blended family - Snow, Elena, and her stepfather of the moment, Ron - retreat to Wyoming for a vacation. The thing is, the only vacation Elena wants is having Snow off her hands, and tasks Ron with the dirty work.
Who should come to Snow's rescue? Not a bevy of dwarves, but a wolf. The seventh wolf in a small pack.
Seth is that seventh wolf and a newcomer banished to the area after trying to murder his sister Red's lover (in the previous book: Little Red Riding Wolf). He's a bigot. He doesn't like humans. Thinks they're useless. But, something about Snow calls out to him, and when he finds her lost and helpless, he wants to protect her.
She doesn't know he's a were-wolf and he can't come to terms with the fact that this spoiled Hollywood princess sparks something in him. It's a ripe situation for conflict, and add in the external complications from Elena and Ron, and it's not just the romance on the line, but Snow's life, too.
This is a fast-moving story, a novella, that's well-paced and has nice paranormal and erotic spins on the original fable. The sex was hot, the action scenes were tense, and I think Seth's character arc was handled really well given how short a time he had to get it together.
I'm definitely curious about what fairy tale Ms. Aspen will adapt next, and I want to go back and read the previous installment, too, because the world-building is quite engaging.
Posted January 28, 2013
Here is a new twist to the "Snow White" story. Bad boy Seth has been exiled from his pack in Colorado, and sent up to Wyoming. Snow is just trying to survive her evil stepparents. When the two come together, the story really gets going! I really enjoyed the suspense in this story, and it certainly gets spicy at times!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.