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Snow White Themed Romance Novels
The Fairest of Them All (The Pendletons Book 1) - Leanne Banks
Huntsman's Prey - Marie Hall
Six-Gun Snow White - Catherynne M. Valente
Snow White and the Vampire - Marina Myles
Rose Red - Flora Speer
The Snow White Bride (Jewels of Kinfairlie, #3) - Claire Delacroix
Crave: The Seduction of Snow White - Cathy Yardley
Eight Men And A Lady (Once Upon A Kiss) (Harlequin American Romance #677) - Elizabeth Sinclair
Miss Whiting and the Seven Wards (Fairy Tale Series (Book 1)) - Lynn Collum
The Magic Mirror and the Seventh Dwarf - Tia Nevitt

You like the idea of seven men? 

 

Here are some great Snow White Themed Romances for you! My lists are never in any particular order. 

 

1. The Fairest of Them All by Leanne Banks

 

Carly Pendleton doesn't need another overprotective man in her life—she already has seven brothers. So when her old friend Russ Bradford comes courting, she resists. He may be the stuff of feminine fantasies, but he's always been more protective than passionate toward her. And though he's suddenly tempting her to shed her innocence, she's not interested in giving up her hard-won independence—or having her heart broken.

 

Russ has a well-deserved reputation as a ladies' man, but he's ready to settle down and no one but the beautiful, sexy and kindhearted Carly will do. He's waited to make his move, but can be patient no longer. He's never wanted another woman like this, and so begins an all-out seduction. But can he win her heart?

 

2. Huntsman's Prey by Marie Hall

 

Rumors abound in Wonderland, of a dark princess named Chrysalis who bears the Moon's curse. Her beauty is beyond compare, and her madness… even greater than her father’s, The Hatter. Death follows wherever she roams, and Danika—fairy godmother of all villains—knows this task is too great for her to handle on her own. She has no choice but to seek out the one they call Huntsman, his mission is simple: Find the creature, and destroy it.

 

But nothing is ever so simple in Kingdom. The moment the hunter Aeric steps foot in the mad, twisted realm he's enveloped in a reality that is neither wholly true nor fantasy. The key, the Cheshire explains, to ending the madness is for one to become mad themselves. The Huntsman has one chance to figure out the riddle before the beauty destroys them all…

 

3. Six-Gun Snow White by Catherynne M. Valente

 

Forget the dark, enchanted forest. Picture instead a masterfully evoked Old West where you are more likely to find coyotes as the seven dwarves. Insert into this scene a plain-spoken, appealing narrator who relates the history of our heroine’s parents—a Nevada silver baron who forced the Crow people to give up one of their most beautiful daughters, Gun That Sings, in marriage to him. Although her mother’s life ended as hers began, so begins a remarkable tale: equal parts heartbreak and strength. This girl has been born into a world with no place for a half-native, half-white child. After being hidden for years, a very wicked stepmother finally gifts her with the name Snow White, referring to the pale skin she will never have. Filled with fascinating glimpses through the fabled looking glass and a close-up look at hard living in the gritty gun-slinging West, this is an utterly enchanting story…at once familiar and entirely new.

 

4. Snow White and the Vampire by Marina Myles

 

Alba Spencer thought her past in Romania and the dark magic that haunted it was behind her forever. She is one of the first female barristers now, safe in London. But London has its dark side, too. A man called the Ripper stalks the midnight streets. There are rumors that her hated stepmother has found her again, suggestions that the nightmares of her childhood are returning. And with them appears the cursed Gypsy boy she once loved, grown into a man more seductive and more terrifying than she ever could have dreamed. . .

 

Dimitri Grigorescu has become a surgeon, a gentleman—and a vampire. The lusts that drive his body are scarcely under control, and even he does not truly know what he is capable of. To fight evil and confusion, Alba must rely only on her wits—and a desire that overwhelms her doubts. . .

 

5. Rose Red by Flora Speer

 

After the murder of their father, sisters Bianca and Rosalinda, with their mother, flee to a villa in the northern Italian Alps, swearing revenge on their enemy, but when the son of the assassin appears at their door one stormy night, Rosalinda discovers her true destiny.

 

6. The Snow White Bride by Claire Delacroix

 

The Laird of Kinfairlie has helped his sisters, each a gem in her own right, to find husbands. Now the laird himself seeks to wed, and pins his hopes on The Snow White Bride.

 

Lady Eleanor knows better than to dream of romance and love. Married twice to secure her father’s alliances, she has learned that she is desirable only for her fortune. When the Laird of Kinfairlie’s sisters ask her to wed their brother, Alexander, Eleanor agrees, expecting only to save herself from danger.

 

But Alexander is like no man she’s known before, a man more interested in courting her smile than her obedience, a man who values her counsel as much as her newly awakened passion…and a man unaware that Eleanor is the key to a fortune that could ensure the future of everything he holds dear.

 

Now, ruthless enemies will stop at nothing to secure Eleanor’s capture. Will she dare to trust her new husband before it’s too late for her, for Alexander, and for Kinfairlie?

 

8. Crave: The Seduction of Snow White by Cathy Yardley

 

When a woman is ripe for the picking . . .

 

Beth Cordova's life is no fairy tale. Having barely escaped the evil grasp of her wicked stepmother, this "missing princess" seeks refuge in a strict commune where carnal pleasures are forbidden.

 

Sometimes just one bite of the apple . . .

 

Her world is lonely and void of intimacy, until the charming Stephen Trent arrives at the commune. Suddenly Beth yearns for a man's touch, the feel of his lips on hers . . . and Stephen is eager to show this pure-as-snow princess that she can still be the sensual woman she was once upon a time.

 

Is all it takes to unleash her desires . . .

 

But all is not what it seems, and the stunning beauty finds herself again in danger, her stepmother hot on her trail. The commune's founders will not tolerate the pair, yet fleeing its walls could prove fatal. Trapped in a world where passion is outlawed, can Beth live happily ever after?

 

 

8. Eight Men And A Lady by Elizabeth Sinclair

 

Recent lottery winner Jackie Barrett wanted peace and quiet away from the newshounds and the endless stream of suitors who were offering her one absurd marriage proposal after another. So, when she awakened from her nap in her brother's cabin to find seven men staring down at her, she felt more than just a little like Snow White. It was just too bad that bachelor #8 was the prince who kissed her awake—because sexy Mike Hamilton had everything on his mind but marriage!

 

9. Miss Whiting And the Seven Wards by Lynn Collum

 

For best friends Sara, Ella, and Rosamond, life thus far has been any-thing but a fairy tale. Left to grow up at Mrs. Parson's Academy for Girls, they have little to look forward to upon graduation--not even a Season in London! But, as each young lady is about to learn, Fate, for all her fickleness, is sometimes kind--and happy endings may be found in the most unexpected places...

 

MIRROR, MIRROR, ON THE WALL...

For Miss Sara Whiting, the only thing harder than parting ways with her two best school chums is returning to a loveless home. Although she is aware of her stepmother's money-grubbing ways, Sara never suspects that the lady would turn to violence. But after a suspicious assault, she awakens to find herself in a warm bed in a cozy cottage--rescued by seven young boys in need of a savior of their own...

 

...WHO WILL BE THE FIRST TO FALL?

War wounds have effectively retired Sir Evan Beaumont from his soldiering career, while his betrothed has jilted him in favor of a wealthy baron. To make matters worse, he owes a favor to the man who saved his life--namely to evict a widow and her children from his friend's property. But when Evan goes to investigate the tenants, he finds himself charmed by both the cottage and its inhabitants--particularly the lovely young woman whom he can't quite believe is the mother of seven strapping sons. The more time Evan spends with the lady, the more he suspects a secret... and the more he loses his heart.. .

 

10. The Magic Mirror and the Seventh Dwarf by Tia Nevitt

 

Prince Richard is cursed. Enslaved to a magic mirror, he must truthfully answer the evil queen when she uses it to call on him. To keep from betraying innocents, Richard wanders the countryside and avoids people.

 

All her life, Gretchen has been teased for being small. When she hears of a hidden farm populated by little people like her, she sets out to find it--and is welcomed by the mostly male inhabitants. Lars in particular woos her with his gentle kindness and quiet strength.

 

Princess Ange has a year before she is to inherit her throne from her strange and cruel stepmother. She lives as a servant in her own home, and the townsfolk call her the Tattered Princess. She often flees her stepmother's cruelty by visiting her friends at the Little Farm, and there, Gretchen and Ange strike up an unlikely friendship.

 

When Richard finds the queen of the magic mirror, he never expects to fall in love with a scullery maid that works in the castle. And when he discovers her to be none other than the Tattered Princess, he is determined to help her. Then, Richard is compelled to tell the queen that she is no longer the fairest of them all. Enraged, the queen vows to find and destroy them.

 

If either Gretchen or Richard are to have their happy endings, they must team up to break the mirror's spell before the queen kills them all...

 

Have any more? Let me know! And vote on my Goodreads list: Snow White Themed Romance Novels

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review 2015-07-12 17:20
The Lunar Chronicles
Cinder - Marissa Meyer
Scarlet - Marissa Meyer
Cress - Marissa Meyer

You get 5 stars, you get 5 stars, you get five stars!

My name is Jennifer and I have a problem…. Here’s my story

 

My best friend, her other half, her daughter, my other half and I are enjoying an amazing vacation in a cabin off of a lake. This particular morning started almost like every other. Being the mother of a super active toddler, I’ve grown accustomed to waking up at the ass crack of dawn. Even without my daughter, I found myself up early.

No joke, I was up at 6:30, then 7:30 and finally at 8:00. At this point, the sun was blinding me. So I crept through the cabin, grab my phone and started my regular morning routine of laughing at people on facebook and just generally seeing if the sky is falling. As the morning progressed and still nobody was awake, I was growing restless. I had brought my kindle and a few books with me to keep myself entertained on the car ride up and to maybe read a few chapters before bed.

In my state of boredom I reached for Cinder. I tried to pick it up when I first bought it, but I was in an EPIC book slump and was just not at all interested in it.

I can’t say what happened, I don’t know how it happened. I broke my own reading record with Cinder. In less than 8 hours, I was finished. FINISHED I TELL YOU!

But that wasn’t good enough, was it? NO, because what happened next is just fucking ridiculous. I went on Amazon and ordered book 2. Here I am thinking that “Well, book 2 should last me until we leave, then I can just grab my copy of book 3 and read it at home”

Except by the time the third morning of vacation rolled around I was done with book 2!!!

Here I am jonesing for book 3 like a crack addict. Let me remind you that I already have a copy of book 3, at home….3 1/2 hours away. Don’t worry though, I didn’t deprive myself….What kind of human being would I be if I denied myself? LOL

By the time we woke up on day 4, packed up all of our belongings and started our journey home, I was 20 pages from being done with Cress. Here’s the thing, to you reading this, it almost sounds like I didn’t leave the cabin. I did leave the cabin, I went swimming, got sunburned, went canoeing and boating. I cooked breakfasts, and dinners. Played games with everyone. I didn’t spend my entire vacation hiding in a corner cracking out to Marissa Meyer.

 

Now here I am, awaiting Winter to come out… I still have to read the Queen’s book but I’m trying my hardest to wait. It’s not easy.

Once again, my name is Jennifer….

 

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review 2013-11-13 00:18
Dewitched: The Untold Story of the Evil Queen - E.L. Sarnoff

I love a retelling of a fairy tail from the villains perspective. Plus this book was 99 cents. This is the retelling of the Evil Queen from Snow White and what happens after. I'm going on record that I love the Evil Queen. I rock a Wallet with her picture on it. I thought this was a good story entertaining not great. Toward the end of book one the story began to lag a bit, but book to en till the end was engaging. There were a couple of misses with me. I know most women have body issues, but I felt like all the female characters in this book were suffering from eating disorders. To fat to thin, all the women felt guilt over eating. Eating is normal ladies food is not your enemy. The word skank also grew tedious to me in the second half of this book. I'm just so tired of all the negativity toward women by other women. The Ending I both loved and thought was totally absurd. I was think wtf the whole time, but still enjoying it. Over all my thoughts are that this book is entertaining with a very attractive price tag.

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review 2013-08-05 00:00
Wildwood - Colin Meloy,Carson Ellis

I have been reading this book on and off. For some reason, while the story is good, the book couldn't keep my attention for more than a few pages at a time.

Also I really disliked the Curtis parts. I loved to read about Prue's journey, but Curtis... no thank you.

Overall this was a good book, the story is really magical, and Prue is a very strong girl. She knows what she wants and won't stop until she has it.

I loved the illustrations in the book, it was one of the reasons why I bought this book.

I would recommend this book to: people who don't mind a slow book, who love fantasy, a girl who is quite awesome. :)

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review 2011-11-03 00:00
Melissa, Queen of Evil - Mardi McConnochie A cute little book suitable for younger teens (protagonist is a 14 year old girl). Has some mild cussing.
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