Snow’s Seduction by Kristin Miller
Series: A Snow White Werewolf Tale Part 1 of 3
Published: June 5, 2017
Hair black as a raven’s coat, skin as white as snow, lips as read as, blabitty-blah, blah, blah. If one more person calls me sweet and innocent, I’m losing my head.
I’ve got more pressing matters to think about. Like the fact that our wolf pack is in serious debt. If I can’t find a way to secure financing for our estate, we’ll lose our shifting sanctuary. My stepmother—wonderfully wicked as she is—has come up with a plan: seduce a rich jeweler who’s visiting for the weekend. And then, when he agrees to bond with me and make me his forever, we’ll be saved. Not such a bad deal, considering he’s crazy hot, and I’ve had a crush on him forever.
One problem: I’m not a temptress, not by a long shot. It’s a good thing my childhood best friend, Hunter, has come back into the area. He’s always been a playboy and knows how to get what he wants. He agrees to teach me the rules of seduction, but before long, I realize I’m the one being played.
DISCLAIMER: I received this ebook free from the publisher for a fair and honest review
There are some mild spoilers in this review: read at your own risk.
This book originally caught my eye on Net Galley because of the premise: Fairy-tail Retelling meets werewolf romance. It didn’t really live up to my expectations.
The first chapter starts of very strong, throwing Snow into a sex-filled closet with…the man she isn’t pursuing? As love triangles go, this one is pretty painful. Snow gets her childhood best friend Hunter to teach her how to seduce another man…by having lots and lots of sex with him. This novella is the first part in a serial/series. This particular installment is set over the course of a single night. While lots of things can happen in one night, sex three times while taking breaks to seduce another guy is a little much.
I feel that I often ignore gaping plot holes in favor of a good story, but in this case some of them are too large. It’s constantly mentioned that the werewolves have wonderful smell, and are even able to scent others in a raining forest. But no one can scent the sex on Snow 10 minutes after she does the deed?
There are a lot of cheesy sayings throughout this novella that made me giggle. Some of the phrases include: “Clitar Hero” and “Holy horse-cock.”You have to give the author some points for those.
Overall, this is a good book if you’re really horny and just want to read about some coitus. Didn’t really see any connection to Snow White, other than the main character’s name (as well a the name of “The” Hunter) and a predisposition to order appletinis. Again this is the first part in a three part series, so more connections may come later on. If I’m in the mood for some mind-numbing
sex romance, I may pick up the next two in the series, but I feel no need to continue.