Editorial Reviews. Review. *** Snow White with a Vampire twist. ***. From the Author. Blood and Snow is a reinvented fairy tale told from the point of view of. RaShelle Workman is the author of reinvented fairytales and out of this world romance. Blood and Snow (Blood and Snow Omnibus) by RaShelle Workman – book cover, description, publication history.
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Just another book about a teenage girl with low rrashelle esteem who all the other characters think is the next best thing since sliced bread, who then ends up being some lame supernatural chosen one.
Of course, this series progressed in plot and in writing as each novella was finished.
Max Legend breaks them all. Finally, there is Dorian, another one of Professor Pops ‘sons’. Her sixteenth birthday is rapidly approaching, and her weird dreams of being bitten by a vampire and eating a heart are only dreams Then something else happened that was completely stupid and unnecessary.
I used “whispersync” to get through this story. I enjoyed all the fairy tale workmaan references that helped add a bit of humor throughout the series. Only instead of werewolves and vampires, you have the 7 dwarves reimagined as teenage boys and Cinderella as Snow’s fashionista BFF.
May 18, Anne rated it it was ok Shelves: Two summers ago – before all hell broke loose – she met Sam And action – all bloody and gory action.
I will say, that midway through the book I was interested enough to want to find out what happened to the characters. The story that Blood and Snow tells is a fresh, original one that completely deviates from the actual Snow White story, including the very original that wasn’t told by Disney.
I will not bother with any other even though they end on a cliff hanger. The first 6 novellas have a different feel to them then the remaining 6. Find her online by visiting her website at: For some reason a lot of people didn’t like this, but I think becoming and identifying with your characters makes a good writer.
From the first page of Blood and Snow I was hooked and honestly I don’t think I could have read it in serial form because I’d have constantly been wanting more! I don’t know, but it was sure as hell worth mine.
This is where he irritated me. So, this series is about Snow White who thinks she’s an ordinary human girl turning into the Vampire Queen. He like many of the others is also in love with Snow and during her transition he offers to let her drink from him to help her. Overall, I found it be an enjoyable read.
The twist with vampire Snow and the Hunter was an interesting idea. Sep 24, Lori Palle rated it it was amazing Shelves: The narrator was so terrible she killed momentum, entertainment, and my interest. Do I recommend it? Don’t even get me started on the whole Chace Charming thing, who may or may not turn out to be Snow’s love interest or nemesis, since he made exactly one appearance for about a page and a half in the beginning of “book” 1.
However, his disposition changed once he found out she had been bitten by a Hunter. His scent was heady, intoxicating.
In addition I have to say Blood and Snow is probably the most original and fancy re-telling of Snow White I’ve seen so far, so in my opinion it’s definitely worth reading: Blkod turns out that she is one of the marked, the potential new young body that may be perfect to host the Vampire Queen who rules all of Sharra, the magical land.
The character that I spent over half the book disliking Where did this guy come from? What a delightful read!