- File Size: 1785 KB
- Print Length: 500 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: B08BG5Z7L4
- Publication Date: May 22, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0866BHKG3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,613 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Seven Sins of Snow: A Dark, Vampire, RH, Romance Kindle Edition
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Now the story itself was enjoyable to read. The author did a great job detailing everything in Snow’s life whether it was the horrendous torture she endured or the mind blowing pleasure during her transformation journey. I easily became invested in Snow’s story and felt her emotional pain at times. I really loved her as a character. Her inner strength, determination, and loyalty to her people and kingdom was admirable in a character who has had to endure so much for so long. Even during the times that she made some poor decisions, I still loved her because the author made it obvious that she was acting irrationally because of a newly acquired sin for one of the kings. It was understandable and believable.
I did notice some repetitive descriptions and phrases that made my eye twitch every time I read it because of the overkill. She constantly referred to posture that her father taught her which was “shoulders back, chest out”. It got to the point where it was repeated so much in such a short segment of the book, my eyes started to glaze over. Then each king’s manhood was described as “a shade darker than their skin”. I think the last king wasn’t described like that which surprised me since it seemed to be the theme. There are plenty of other ways to describe one that you haven’t seen before. 😅 I did find it hard to discern a few of the kings and their associated sin and I think that is because there just wasn’t enough interaction time between Snow and that king to make a lasting impression to me.
By and large, I loved this book. The dark retelling of Snow White was a fun twist that had me engrossed as soon as I started. If you can handle the darker themes like torture and forced cannibalism, then I highly recommended this book.
Now this book may not be for everyone so read warnings. However this is definitely the type of book I enjoy reading. Everything Snows character goes through is angering and gut wrenching. We enter her story later in her life so I can only imagine how awful her life was but she doesn’t let that stop her.
Snow is a strong character that never gives up. Her character arc was perfect. I really enjoyed watching her change during her time with the seven.
Which brings me to the seven. Seven vampires. Seven hotties. Seven sins. Hellz ya! I won’t give up too much but I ended up really enjoying getting to know each of their characters. I’m really impressed. Their scenes with Snow - omg. So HAWTZ!
All and all - I really loved this dark retelling of Snow White.