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Review by Boy Meets Boy Reviews
Wild Rose, Silent Snow is everything I love about fairy tale retellings. The story is character driven and the fantastical pieces aren’t overdone so there is just enough mystery to let the reader feel the revelations along with the characters. Getting the balance just so can’t be easy but the author got it spot on for me in this one.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
A magical tale full of twists and turns that leave you spellbound and intrigued to the very end. I truly enjoyed the entire book and hope that Snowden will get his own story as well to see what awaits him. Fantastic read.
Review by Merissa
I won't rehash the story, there's no need and I definitely wouldn't be as good as Angel Martinez is at telling a tale. However, I will say that this is the perfect read for a cold winter's night, where you can spend your time with romance and magic - always a winner for me. Exceedingly well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, this is a gentle romance, with pockets of steam, plenty of humour, and oodles of feel-good factor. Definitely recommended by me. Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
A modern-day version of the fairy tale "Snow White and Rose Red", this book succeeds in taking the original story and turning it into an updated version of greed turned wild and of curses overcome...If you like fairy tales retold with a slight twist and set in today's world, if you enjoy reading about cursed men and the lovers who need to free them, and if you're looking for a hot read with interesting characters who have a bit of learning to do before they attain true happiness, then you will probably like this novel.
Review by Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words
The way the author brought magic into our world was more subtle...I was able to fall in love with all of them, and that’s what made me enjoy the book so much. There was just the right amount of danger and conflict to make it exciting, but I just wanted to jump in there hug all three of these men!