I’ve got more pressing matters to think about. Like the fact that our wolf pack is in serious debt. If I can’t find a way to secure financing for our estate, we’ll lose our shifting sanctuary. My stepmother—wonderfully wicked as she is—has come up with a plan: seduce a rich jeweler who’s visiting for the weekend. And then, when he agrees to bond with me and make me his forever, we’ll be saved. Not such a bad deal, considering he’s crazy hot, and I’ve had a crush on him forever.
One problem: I’m not a temptress, not by a long shot. It’s a good thing my childhood best friend, Hunter, has come back into the area. He’s always been a playboy and knows how to get what he wants. He agrees to teach me the rules of seduction, but before long, I realize I'm the one being played.
I was really curious about Snow’s Seduction when I saw it. I like when some of our favorite fairytales get a new twist to it and this is what happens here. But I don’t know if it worked as well as I had hoped it would. This is a novella and only the first one in the series so I am not sure if it was because it was so short that it didn’t give us enough character and plot development for the first book to really hook readers in. I loved the paranormal twist, I love shifters so I am hoping in the next book that things come together more and that I will enjoy it more than I did Snow’s Seduction.
Snow is about to become the alpha of her pack, but is in some serious debt because of her step-mother who has come up with the plan of having Snow seduce a wealthy jewelry store owner, Malcom, to get him to help them out. Thing is, Snow doesn’t know how to be a temptress. When she realizes that her best friend, Hunter, is there at the party, after sharing some hot and sexy moments she asks him to help teach her how to seduce Malcom.
This series has promise so I am going to read the next installment to see if things begin to come together more smoothly. I want to like this one so I am keeping my fingers crossed that I will like the next book more.