What’s a girl to do when she wakes up poisoned in the ER and finds that she’s lost her memory, her family, and very nearly her life?
That was me. Three months ago. With no identity, no money, and nowhere to go on the day I was discharged from the hospital, I gratefully accepted my gorgeous ER doctor’s offer to move in with him and his equally gorgeous six friends – the ones who’d found me unconscious in an apple orchard. My plan was to stay until my memory returned, and I could figure out who I was and if someone really had tried to kill me.
Together with Doc, these were an amazingly diverse bunch of guys, but there was something about each of them that attracted me powerfully enough to want to explore it. The policeman with his clever handcuffs. The cunningly linguistic librarian. The disciplinarian teacher. The virgin computer whiz who loved to play sex games. The engineer who created shotgun orgasms. The wildly imaginative baker.
Becoming intimate with these seven men completed me in ways I suspected discovering my name never would. That is, until the fateful day a man showed up claiming to be my fiancé.
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Wow! Talk about one lucky girl! I really loved this sexy take on the Snow White fairy tale, and how the author came up with a believable situation for Blanche/Snow White to get involved with these 7 men. And the hot fantasies Jenna Ives spins for each of them are perfectly suited to these guys' individual jobs. So clever! Believe me, I was vicariously enjoying these fantasies right along with the book's heroine, LOL. Leigh Court 'The Bet' in Secrets, Volume 27 Red Sage Publishing
Snow White and Her Seven Lovers by Jenna Ives is a really fun, erotic twist on a fairy tale. She woke up in a hospital emergency room unable to remember anything, even who she was. A handsome doctor explains to her that he and his friends found her unconscious in an apple orchard after she had apparently been poisoned. When the hospital releases her she still has no idea who she is, or where to go, and it seems someone may be trying to kill her. Doc suggests that she come stay with him and his friends until she has some time to get her memory back. Doc and six other friends share a house and they insist there is plenty of room for her to stay there and recover where she will be safe. As she spends time with these seven unique and wonderful men, she gets to know each one and comes to care about each one in a different way. I highly recommend this book! It’s very well written and hooked me right from the start. The story is full of mystery, a little touch of suspense, and plenty of sizzling hot romance. It’s a great fantasy escape but with characters that are vivid and very likable. It’s a short story, but it’s not overly short. It’s long enough that I was able to get into the characters and their stories. I really liked Snow White (Blanche) and was rooting for her character. There is plenty of heat in this book, but there’s also a great story to go along with it. I enjoy erotic romance but I’m a bit picky and want a good, well-written story and great characters. This book had all of that. This was the first book that I’ve read by Jenna Ives but I will certainly be looking for more.
My Review: Be sure to read the story description above because it gives a good premise of the story line. This book was fabulous. You have to go into reading it with the fun that the book is intended. This is a tongue in cheek erotica (seven lovers? we're talking fantasy stuff here), but it is just so fun and creative. Jenna Ives has written a fabulous book around the fairy tale modernized into an erotic story. The seven dwarfs from the original story are not dwarfs in this book, but they all maintain the characteristics of the originals, Dopey...Sneezy...Grumpy...Doc...Sleepy...Bashful....Happy. They are simply a group of seven friends who live in an old bed and breakfast together. Without anywhere else to turn, "Blanche" (she doesn't remember her past so they don't know her name) moves in with them and finds that she can help each of these men in her own way. They are normal guys with normal stresses and she fulfills a need for all of them (and not all of them are sexual.) She spends a day with each guy and they all have their days of the week. It's honestly a sweet story with a seriously erotic twist. It was highly entertaining. Everytime a new character was introduced, I giggled internally at how creatively Jenna manipulated this story to work with the original fairy tale. Really, super creative! If you are a fan of modern day fairy tales, I encourage you to try this erotic version. I don't think that you will be disappointed.
Snow White and Her Seven Lovers is a well-written adult story that finally answers the question as to what actually goes on in a house where one beautiful woman lives with seven imaginative men. Each character is skillfully developed and the author has done a great job in telling the story with class, humor, and emotion. Excellent read!