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    Three cheers for Kristin Miller!

    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. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

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