Saphyre Snow

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  2. Saphyre Snow by Marcia Lynn McClure
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I just can't help loving everything that Marcia writes! Her characters are so real to me and I love the way they evolve throughout the story. This was Snow White at its very best telling. I loved the brothers of the keep right from the start, and Saphyre was just the girl to get them in touch with their true selves. I love the message of beauty within and individual worth. The romance was over the top as always and made me giggle, smile and sigh throughout: I love the twist on Snow White. I love Saphyre Snow. She is so caring and thoughtful.

I love all of Marcia Lynn Mcclure's kissing scenes. They are so clean but at the same time want to make you find your husband and do a little of your own kissing. Mar 24, Katie rated it it was amazing Shelves: I think this book is one of the best I have read this year. I love this author. I enjoy the happy ending, type books. I am sure I will read this book again and again. I didn't really expect there to be an actual apple that poisons her, but I liked the little twist with it.

I love all of Marcia McClure's Hero's. I am starting to think she writes these books just for me. Dec 13, Emily rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I truly enjoyed this retelling of Snow White I had no idea that's what it was when I started it. The story is very strong and the characters well fleshed out. I love the way the romance blossoms and the mystery unfolds. Very enjoyable read from start to finish. Jun 15, Cheryl rated it it was amazing Shelves: What an incredible retelling of the the story of Snow White!

I loved the compassion displayed and the theme of individual worth. A note for young readers- there is some pretty steamy kissing in this book. Mar 11, Kristen rated it it was amazing. I love this book. My favorite one of all time. May 02, Jessica rated it it was amazing. Best Snow White story I've read! I've never liked the Snow White fairy tell.

Read it in one day. Jul 05, Katie rated it it was amazing Shelves: A total Snow White spin-off! But with so much more depth! Mar 17, Machelle rated it it was amazing. This was so fun to read for me. A twist on Snow White and how even better that they are not dwarfs and that she falls in love with one of them. Apr 27, Nikita rated it it was amazing. My favorite story based on Snow White! It takes place about 5 generations later than the Crimson Frost and is also based in fairy tale.

There are 2 things that I really enjoy about this book. The first is that the man is a rogue with honor and and not some prissy boy. Heaven knows they cannot be as wonderfully passionate as our beloved rogues. Nor can they seem to defend virtue as well either. Cute This is a different version of snow white that was charming. You could easily connect the dots but it didn't take away from the story. Nov 26, Totally rated it liked it. Snow white spinoff with the great great? Such a fun, really cute romance as retelling of Snow White! I thoroughly enjoyed falling I've love with each character!

Mar 07, Valerie rated it it was amazing Shelves: In a good way! This 'retelling' of Snow White - if it can even be called that, for if you ask me Ms.


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I found myself looking forward to the next time I would be able to spend time with this book, found myself thinking about the 'seven souls' throughout my day even. McClure did a great job incorporating elements from the traditional tale while still making it her own. I especially LOVE that she gave each of the seven 'dwarves' their own backstory and personality, so well developed, don't be surprised if you find yourself rooting for each one, even having your favorite!

The hero - even I could have fallen in love with him! As for the heroine, Saphyre, she comes out as having a personality, giving the hero a reason to love her, not just being the typical fairy tale princess who only has her beauty to recommend her. I have that bad habit of jumping ahead and reading the ending to an exciting story before I get there which I did with A Crimson Frost; that story is good too, so much so that I will still go back and finish reading it, especially after having read Saphyre Snow.

But for Saphyre Snow I resisted, even though somehow the story had me itching to get to the next part, but it was worth the wait! This story kept me wanting more, whether it was the romance or the action! Great balance of both. There were some twists, one of which I was able to guess another I did not - guessing did not spoil it believe me it was worth seeing how it all played out.

Another plus, the author manages to convey the romantic tension and passion without resorting to explicit 'bedroom scenes'.


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  8. A beautiful romance is treated with a touch of chivalry and honor without sacrificing passion. I guess I have to give some form of 'critique' of the writing hmm let me think of something: Very little critique for this book because it was wonderful! In the end this book left me elated, uplifted, and - as I said - undone by the rogue hero. This is a tale I look forward to revisiting! And as this is only my second MLM book looking forward to reading more!

    Jan 17, Annalisa rated it really liked it. I would very loosely call this a sequel to Crimson Frost. Though I think you appreciate Saphyre's heritage she is a great great granddaugher of Broderick and Monet much more and will certainly better understand the sword more if you have read Crimson Frost it is not a necessary pre-read.

    This book is entertaining in its parody of "Snow White" which I happen to really enjoy so it made the book endearing though at times predictable. I was enthralled with Rogan and the other 6 men aiding the prin I would very loosely call this a sequel to Crimson Frost.

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    I was enthralled with Rogan and the other 6 men aiding the princess. Still, she dared not close them for a moment in the presence of these strangers, and so it was she continued to study the men-wonder of their lives before the keep-and their secrets.

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    Despite it being almost too cheesy for me in some instances. I read Crimson Frost first, and I loved that book. I was thrilled to death to find it, because lately it feels like every good book there is, is in my library. Not true of course, but good books are hard to find. I purchased this book because it was the obvious continuation to the Crimson Frost. I guess I didn't like this one as much, because I wasn't too thrilled with the female protagonist, Saphyre Snow. I understand Saphyre Snow, and I thought she was sweet, but she cried way too much for my liking.

    I love strong heroines, and I just wasn't all that thrilled with a very weepy, emotional, female protagonist. I don't like them much in real life, and I am not much for them in books. Just my personal preference. What bugged me, was the romance. I will try not to spoil anything too bad, but it needs to be said. Rogan was awfully rough with her, and she was terrified, yet she trusted him.

    Excuse me, if a guy handled me like how Rogan handled Saphyre Snow, I would lock my door and find a way to leave. That first night she was there, none of those scenes sat well with me. It showed her extreme naivete, and innocence, definitely.

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    But I wished there had been more time for the romance to develop the proper way, as in the Crimson Frost. Definitely, Rogan had reason to distrust Saphyre Snow, and his harsh treatment of her in the beginning wouldn't bug me so much, if she hadn't responded the way she did. Her response was naive, at best. But either way, either she should have been a lot more wary of him, or Rogan should have been toned down.

    Maybe I am over reacting, but she just overlooked his harsh treatment of her, and I didn't like that. She seemed to me like an absolute child in a woman's body, and so the relationship for her and Rogan didn't feel right. She fell in love so quickly, and was so attached, and it felt like an obsessive teenagers crush, more than love.

    Felt like he was a 50 year old man with a 16 year old or something. Now, my view of them changed as the book progressed, and she seemed to grow up some, and I came to enjoy their romance a bit more. I had guessed some of the story lines already, which wasn't really a detriment, but I guessed them nonetheless.

    I understand Saphyre Snow, and I thought she was sweet, but she cried way too much for my liking. I love strong heroines, and I just wasn't all that thrilled with a very weepy, emotional, female protagonist. I don't like them much in real life, and I am not much for them in books. Just my personal preference. What bugged me, was the romance.

    I will try not to spoil anything too bad, but it needs to be said. Rogan was awfully rough with her, and she was terrified, yet she trusted him. Excuse me, if a guy handled me like how Rogan handled Saphyre Snow, I would lock my door and find a way to leave. That first night she was there, none of those scenes sat well with me. It showed her extreme naivete, and innocence, definitely. But I wished there had been more time for the romance to develop the proper way, as in the Crimson Frost.

    Definitely, Rogan had reason to distrust Saphyre Snow, and his harsh treatment of her in the beginning wouldn't bug me so much, if she hadn't responded the way she did. Her response was naive, at best.

    Saphyre Snow by Marcia Lynn McClure

    But either way, either she should have been a lot more wary of him, or Rogan should have been toned down. Maybe I am over reacting, but she just overlooked his harsh treatment of her, and I didn't like that. She seemed to me like an absolute child in a woman's body, and so the relationship for her and Rogan didn't feel right. She fell in love so quickly, and was so attached, and it felt like an obsessive teenagers crush, more than love.

    Felt like he was a 50 year old man with a 16 year old or something. Now, my view of them changed as the book progressed, and she seemed to grow up some, and I came to enjoy their romance a bit more. I had guessed some of the story lines already, which wasn't really a detriment, but I guessed them nonetheless. The kindle formatting bugged me. I did not detract any stars for this , but in my kindle version, there are very wide spaces between the words, and they look like separate words to me.

    Very annoying, and I hope this is re-released to fix those. On the whole, a sweet, cheesy book that I read in an afternoon. I was glad to see the happy endings everyone had.

    Saphyre Snow

    The sequel to The Crimson Frost. It takes place about 5 generations later than the Crimson Frost and is also based in fairy tale. There are 2 things that I really enjoy about this book. The first is that the man is a rogue with honor and and not some prissy boy. Heaven knows they cannot be as wonderfully passionate as our beloved rogues. Nor can they seem to defend virtue as well either. One person found this helpful.

    Saphyre Snow is fleeing for her life from her step-grandmother-a woman whose beauty is rivaled only by her acute narcissism. Saphyre soon finds herself in the company of seven men on the outskirts of society, each for his own reasons. They vow to protect Saphyre from any harm that may befall her. In return Saphyre wants to show her gratitude and concern for each of them in a way that meets the particular need of each.

    Over the course of several weeks, she gets to know each of the men very well, and each holds a special place in her heart. But none more so than the handsome rogue, Rogan. Will he have courage enough to risk the Executioner's Kiss for her sake? A wonderful new spin on the old favorite fairy tale of Snow White with just enough elements of real possibilities to make it seem a likely version. Unlike the old Disney version of the same tale, this one has a fully-developed hero as well as the sweet, humble and beautiful princess.

    In fact each of the seven "men of the keep" has a dynamic personality of his own. The relationships among all the members of the close knit group were believable and emotional connections. Which made the climax and resolution of the book all the more exciting and well contrived. The ending was quaint as a fairy tale should be, but the turning point of the story is so intense, the ending of the story has to be that way in order to leave the flavor of "happily ever after" with the reader.

    Biographical Information

    This is the second book by this author I have read. Both of them are fairy tale re-tellings with a realistic and engaging spin. Don't let the descriptions of the seven men at the beginning deter you from the story.