Miss White and the Seventh Heir

Miss White and the Seventh Heir

by Jennifer Faye

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ISBN-13: 9781335135179
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 06/05/2018
Series: Once Upon a Fairytale , #2
Edition description: Original
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 4.17(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

Award-winning author Jennifer Faye pens fun, heartwarming, contemporary romances with rugged cowboys, sexy billionaires and enchanting royalty. Internationally published with books translated into nine languages, she is a two-time winner of the RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice Award. She has also won the CataRomance Reviewers' Choice Award, been named a TOP PICK author, and been nominated for numerous other awards.

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Miss White and the Seventh Heir 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
ethel55 More than 1 year ago
Sage and Trey are smart, stubborn, and a little blind to what is right in front of them. I liked them both a lot because of it. Loosely based on the Snow White tale, Sage White has been attempting for years to course correct the damage wrought to her family's publishing empire by her stepmother after her beloved father's death. Sage set her sights on another large magazine to gain traction to further her try at returning White Publishing into her hands. As editor, Sage hires a new assistant named Trey, who has reasons of his own for working incognito at QTR magazine. I loved the Cannes Film Festival setting. It brought so much glamour to the romance and the nearby home that Trey just happens to know about when all the hotels are full is exquisitely described. Looking forward to more fairytale retellings from this author.
nhr3bookcrazyNR More than 1 year ago
Another great read from Jennifer Faye. Once again I love the hero and heroine. They are both just such great characters. And I really, really didn't like the evil stepmother. I love a modern take on a favorite fairytale. What fun. And ... in the end ... good wins out over evil. That's the best. Now I just have to wait for the next book.
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
With the second book in her Once Upon a Fairytale series, Jennifer Faye brings us a story with a twist of a modern day Snow White! An evil step-mother has treated Sage unfairly and it's up to her to find the proof to oust her from her father's company and house once and for all! The characters are easy to like and the story is fast paced and fun. The romance is a tad light, but the overall story addictive. Magazine editor Sage White is finally in the position to achieve the greatness she's always known she was destined for, but she's swamped with work! Hopefully the hiring of a new assistant will help ease her work load enough to concentrate on impressing the board of directors enough to continue to fund the magazine. Trey Renault lands the job of Sage's new assistant fairly easily, but he's shocked at the amount of work she demands from him. She's a hard worker herself and doesn't take flack from her employees. He likes that about her ... along with about a million other things! A working trip together leads to temptation that might be too hard to resist ... but also lets his secret out of the bag. He's really Quentin Rousseau III ... and her boss!
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
What a truly delightful story. Sage and Trey are the main characters and they work wonderfully together. Neither are being completely truthful with the other and each has family issues they are dealing with, so needless to say they have a lot of obstacles to get past before they find their HEA. That sounds a little heavy but it's not. This is actually a light easy read that will leave you smiling. I definitely recommend it.
Peachey04 More than 1 year ago
Interesting story line filled with hope, doubt, deceit, forgiveness and love. The characters are strong but vulnerable in their own way. Love the fairy tale similarity very much and look forward to more from this amazing author. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book; all opinions expressed are my own.
RobynKFLNJ More than 1 year ago
Jennifer Faye is a phenomenal author. I loved this book, and I couldn't put it down. Sage and Trey are dealing with things in their past that are still affecting them. They prove to be a powerhouse team, and together, they confront their problems and work to resolve them. The team of employees that work for Sage are amazing, and are like a family to her. I highly recommend this book, especially if you love an amazing story with great characters, and a sweet dog
gdsnv More than 1 year ago
MWatSH is the second book in the Once Upon A Fairytale duet but don’t worry, it is a standalone. I recommend book one as well because Ms. Faye has put her own spin on the fairytales of old. I really enjoyed this book, read it in one evening, and was pulled right into the story. Overall about the book: the story just flowed. For me, it never dropped my interest, as some stories do, and pulled me from chapter to chapter. I’ll jump right in and tell you that the stepmother character? Whoa. I loved to hate her. Total witch! And that’s before I associated her with the old fairytale. Some of her lines were priceless. I sat here shakin’ my head and laughing, thinking to myself, how can no one see how evil this woman is? Great characterization; totally believable. Ultimately, the story is about Sage White and Quentin Rousseau III (or Trey as Sage knows him). I won’t retell the story as the author does it so well that I would do it injustice. Know that Sage and Trey both have major family issues to work thru, both are holding back from the other. and it’s the actual “work” that they share which brings them together. Neither of them thinks that they, personally, deserve happiness or love but as we all have come to expect from our romances, they eventually work it out. Great story, I found myself smiling long after I had read ‘the end’, and cannot say enough about it. SO happy I was able to purchase this book and read it right away.
ytcruz More than 1 year ago
This is a cute romance with a fairy tale twist. We have the witch of a step-mother in Elsa White. A woman determined to destroy our main character Sage White so she can keep the publishing empire her husband build for Sage. Sage is now on the opposite side of the country, trying to save a failing publishing company. When she hires Trey Rousseau as her PA, she is unaware that Trey is going undercover. He is the new CEO of the company who is determined to close it up. It was fun to watch these two interact. They both have trust issues and are sure that happiness and love is not for them. What happens when Sage discovers Trey’s identity? Will she lose her chance at love or will they get their HEA? Another fun story by Ms Faye. I read this copy voluntarily. The opinions expressed are solely my own.