Snow's Surrender

Snow's Surrender

by Kristin Miller
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Snow's Surrender 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
BookReview4you More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars 'Snow's Surrender" is book 3 in the "A Snow White Werewolf" by Kristin Miller. This is the concision to Hunter, Malcolm and Snow. I would say that to enjoy this book you need to have read the previous books. Snow is at a point where she is suppose to make a decision on who she will settle down with. We have watch Hunter help Snow try to get Malcolm's attention. Snow has grown closer to meeting her goal of helping the pack but at the same time has grown unsure of what she is willing to do. This has been a really hot read. A Snow White Werewolf Tale series: Books 1: Snow's Seduction Book 2: Snow's Submission Book 3: Snow's Surrender "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
TammyS32 More than 1 year ago
This is the 3rd book in the series and I do recommend reading them in order. The story is fast paced with lots of suspense and drama, which one will she choose, Hunter or Malcolm. The story is entertaining and the sex steamy. I really liked it.
gigiluvsbooks2 More than 1 year ago
Time is running out… I have to choose between Hunter, my best friend turned lover, and Malcolm, the jeweler who wants to pleasure me senseless. There’s too much at stake to screw up now. If I choose Hunter, the pack will lose the only home its ever known. Selfishness isn’t exactly the beaming trait of an Alpha, and I long to rule someday. But if I make the smarter choice, the one that will save us all, I’ll be betraying my heart. Hunter taught me the rules of seduction. Only he taught them too well and I’ve fallen hard for the wrong guy... Review: This is it the last book in the serial...and it was sexy and exciting! Okay, so first off read these in order. All are very short and you could sit down in one afternoon by the pool and finish them, then take a dip to cool off. I will have to be general for this review as everything is wrapped up neat and tidy in this final installment and I really don't want to give everything away. I will say this I really enjoyed this serial and this particular installment. This series based loosely on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Is at times exciting, fun, emotional, suspenseful and always red hot in the sexy department. It was fun to read and loose myself for a little while in this sexy tale. If you are caught up and reading this last installment, it was very satisfying. 4Stars *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book provided by the publisher.*
MoniqueD More than 1 year ago
It’s the big night when Snow turns 25 and becomes Alpha. And it’s time to put the seduction lessons she learned with Hunter to the test with Malcolm, so handsome, and maybe the saviour of the Pack’s financial woes. Will Malcolm be as wonderful as Hunter? Decisions, decisions, decisions… I was laughing out loud with the first paragraph and the third “Mirror, mirror on the wall”! What a sense of humour, Kristin Miller has! I started SNOW’S SURRENDER with a smile on my face, again! And what colourful epithets Hunter has for Malcolm! I loved Ms. Miller’s descriptions of the werewolves, they were magnificent, and I felt I could see and feel what they were experiencing. Snow’s stepmother; in the previous books, I didn’t think she was so bad, but here? Oh the witch! The wicked stepmother finally shows her true colours, and they are as black as her evil heart. It’s really not easy to review a series of novellas without revealing any spoilers, but be assured that Kristin Miller creates even more breathtaking imagery than before, and SNOW’S SURRENDER might be erotic romance, but this is a great modern retelling of Snow White as more details from the classic fairytale are mentioned, and so cleverly that one episode might have been the best moment in the three books as the author’s incredible writing dazzles. SNOW’S SURRENDER ruined my manicure! Talk about building the suspense: there’s a werewolf battle royale, sizzling sex again –well, what did you expect! – clever and witty dialogues, and the last line of the story is sheer genius. Three cheers for Kristin Miller! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
caroldh4 More than 1 year ago
Snow’s Surrender is the third and final book in the series, A Snow White Werewolf Tale by Kristin Miller. Snow should be happy, she has finally captured the attention of Malcolm, the man she has crushed over for as long as she can remember. He is the only way to save her estate where once a month, her pack can come and roam free during the full moon. The more nervous Snow gets, the more awkward she gets. So, her best friend turned lover, Hunter, has been teaching her the rules of seduction so she can woo Malcolm. But the more time she spent with Hunter, the more her heart said that it wanted him, not Malcolm. So when she finally is face to face with the man she should fall for, the only face that is in her mind is Hunter’s. Snow’s stepmother has been a little more involved in Malcolm showing up during Snow’s birthday celebration than she thought. It seems she’s been manipulating everyone involved. We finally see the evil side of her stepmother and oh yes, it is very dark. As Snow is preparing to assume the alpha position of her pack at the birthday celebration, she is also struggling with what to do. Her father would have wanted her to be happy she’s sure. But she also wants to save the estate that meant so much to him, that means so much to her pack. Should she mate with Malcolm to save her livelihood? Or follow her heart, and follow Hunter? I think this was my favorite of the three installments of this series. A lot happens and it is the most suspenseful. We also see the true side of everyone involved. I did have one question that perhaps I just missed it but I wondered what Snow decided to do regarding her stepmother in the end? If anyone knows that’s read this, let me know. I liked that this one also portrayed them in their wolf form more. I’ve enjoyed this series so much. I do want to disclose that the cover might make you think this is a ménage but it definitely is not. Just Snow, a beautiful wolf shifter, trying to decide what is most important, the needs of her pack, or the needs of her heart. What will she do? You’ll have to read it to see!