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Sunday, June 18, 2017

ARC Review: Snow's Submission by Kristin Miller

If you've ever read one of these Kristin Miller serials you know that each book is more like a few chapters of one book. Each installment picks up right where the last one left off. These books cannot be read out of order so if you haven't read part 1, don't read this book or this review.  If you've read part 1 then you know that this series is kind of an interesting twist on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. We met Snow, the wicked stepmother and the prince(s) in book 1. Book 2 focuses on 6 friends and Hunter (i.e., the 7 dwarfs).

Hunter is helping Snow in the art of making a dude want you like a fat kid wants cake so that she can hook up with Malcolm. Hunter's advice in book 2 is questionable but it makes for an entertaining storyline. Hunter tells Snow that if she can attract Malcolm's friends, Malcolm is more likely to notice her. Hunter's theory is that a man wants what other men want. The only research I've done on this involves snacks and if there is any cross application to the way men feel about women, ok, it might be true.

So enter the dwarfs. Only they are not dwarfs. There are six incredibly sexy grown men...errr werewolfs...or shifters...I don't know. but they look like super hot guys. Anyway, it is pretty entertaining watching Snow work it out on Malcolm's friends. She is, of course, so good in her role as seductress that Hunter gets even more drawn into his attraction to her. This of course leads to more of the very hot line blurring between Hunter and Snow. The crazy thing is that Malcolm is still out there and he is still technically Snow's dream guy who Hunter is "getting her ready" for. 

These books are quick and pretty predictable but also super sexy. This book is definitely better than the first installment. It is both funnier and more entertaining. If you like these hot Miller paranormal short stories, you'll love this.

**ARC provided by Publisher**

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