The SnowFang Bride

Centuries of political games killed most of the female werewolves Now only a few survive, and the Elders work to change the old ways of thinking.Winter, the only daughter of the SilverPaw Alpha, finally meets the soul Gaia has chosen for her Sterling, the cold, demanding, and entirely too human Alpha of the tiny SnowFang pack.Thrust into a world of human wealth for whichCenturies of political games killed most of the female werewolves Now only a few survive, and the Elders work to change the old ways of thinking.Winter, the only daughter of the SilverPaw Alpha, finally meets the soul Gaia has chosen for her Sterling, the cold, demanding, and entirely too human Alpha of the tiny SnowFang pack.Thrust into a world of human wealth for which she was never prepared, Winter must become Sterling s flawless wife and Luna from the moment she arrives The city is full of threats, both werewolf and human, and Sterling s past is full of secrets best left undisturbed.When they are betrayed by those closest to them, Winter and Sterling embark on a dangerous game of brinkmanship that will change their lives, and the future of the werewolves, forever.
The SnowFang Bride Centuries of political games killed most of the female werewolves Now only a few survive and the Elders work to change the old ways of thinking Winter the only daughter of the SilverPaw Alpha final

  • Title: The SnowFang Bride
  • Author: Merry Ravenell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “The SnowFang Bride”

    1. Really enjoyed this new wolf shifter book. Great world-building and I liked the complexity of the plot. There is obviously more of the story to be told, and apparently a sequel is coming out in 'early 2017' according to the notes in the back of the book, called 'The Snowfang Secret'. I will certainly be buying it.This book introduces the enigmatic Alpha of the Snowfang pack, Sterling Mortcombe. His fated mate is Winter, the twenty-year-old daughter of the SilverPaw Alpha. Winter's father has bee [...]

    2. Winter hasn’t found her mate it’s taken her far longer than most female werewolves so it’s been hinted at that she might be unwanted. Her father is determined to find her mate dragging her along with his work claiming she was an apprentice so that she could encounter more men. Taking a risk he sends out her picture to a wolf that may just be the one for Winter. Only to find out he was right her mate is the alpha of a little pack in New York. After a whirlwind encounter with Sterling who is [...]

    3. I had seen this novel when I was browsing around trying to find free books to read. I found an app called watt pad and brought up my normal fun and interesting subject matter to read. When I saw this summary I started in reading. Merry was not all the way through writing, and has since done some modifications to the story line, but her writing draws you in so fast and hard you have nothing to do but fall with her into the world of werewolves and packs. I paced around every day waiting for the ne [...]

    4. Man, this novel was on the cusp of everything. A lesson in almosts. The writing was almost smart enough, the scheming was almost interesting, the characters almost fleshed out. It was so close to being good, but Ravenell couldn't pull it off. For such a promising beginning, it was like someone greased the landing mat.I had high hopes when I saw the cover. It's rare that you have to double check the summary to be sure you're reading a supernatural romance. Usually there's an oiled eight pack to c [...]

    5. Overall, this book surpassed my expectations and I found it quite enjoyable. Future books have the groundwork that they could become quite dark (hints) - a path I'm hoping the author doesn't takeWARE this book is categorized as Romance but RWA states Romance genre should always have a happy ending. Don't know yet with this series, but the other one by this author leads me to believe that she finds happy endings too bourgeois, so although I enjoyed this one I found the ending to her other series [...]

    6. JustToo much inner dialogue and not enough interactions with the main chacters. I literally mean too much inner dialogue, like 98.9% of the book is inner dialogue. The whole book is supposed to take place in 3 weeks. 100+ pages dedicated to 3 weeks of a terrible story. The secondary characters that belonged to Sterlings pack do not sound or behave as badass werewolves. This story was just not interesting. It sounds interesting but it is not. Nothing made sense! Winter's dream about the puppy Ste [...]

    7. Was I expecting a lot out of this book? Not really. Was I still disappointed because a small part of me thought the book would surprise me? Yes.I'm a sucker for fantasy and love stories. While I'm more into the ye olde era-like dimensions, I decided to give this setting a shot. However, I felt like the book struggled to cohesively combine the modern setting with a more fantastical/historical feel. For example, one aspect that bothered me was the interchanging of "Dad" and "Father". I don't care [...]

    8. A few typos but well written and engaging. Interesting plot and it felt siginifantly different than others in the genre. Overall very enjoyable and i will red others by her.

    9. Merry is an absolutely amazing writer! From the very moment you begin to read this novel, it sucks you in, until you are swallowed entirely by plot, characters and their journey! It is a guaranteed roller coaster full of emotions and makes you grateful that writers, like Merry, exist.Definitely one of my favourites - both author and book! It's a must-read! Thank you Merry :)

    10. Bizarrely good. i did not expect this book to be as interesting or as good as it was. This is not your typical werewolf story. And the Romance is far from sweet.if you want a tweeny-teeny story of moon changes and cutesy romance and storyline. this is nott he book for you.if you want betrayal, and stress, drama, mystery, and something that will have you thinking WTF! or 'NOWAY!' or 'Dude that is so messed up' well them. the snow fang bride is just for you.This is not a story filled with badasses [...]

    11. Reviewed by Whitney@Shooting Stars ReviewsThe SnowFang Bride begins when Winter meets her mate. She thinks her father will follow proper protocol when it comes to it, but that's not what happens. Things start to go a little crazy for her when she steps into the human world with her mate, and things aren't so good for her. This book was very interesting. I enjoyed how Winter handled things with her mate, and being in a new world. But, I felt the book was lacking something, just not sure what it w [...]

    12. This is the first book I've read by this author, and I loved it! The author's take on werewolves is unique, and her world is so well built. The story's twists and turns kept me reading all the way through and hoping for a quick second book! The romance is great too -- Winter and her mate are the kind of characters you want to root for. I highly recommend the book to anyone who enjoys werewolves, action and romance all rolled into one story. Waiting for the next one!

    13. There were some things I really liked about this book and I enjoyed the beginning. Ultimately I came to dislike the main character. It seemed like she cried all the time. I also didn't like the other members of her new pack. Their personalities just seemed really extreme and stereotypical. And even though it was different from most werewolf stories which was nice there was too much time explaining all the rules and somethings just made absolutely no sense at all.

    14. You know, I really thought I was over my werewolf phase. I have read SO MANY of these kinds of books and I was certain that I had gotten it out of my system. That's why I didn't buy this book even though it came through my feed multiple times. And then I figured, okay why not. Let's give it a try? I'M SO HAPPY THAT I DID. I gotta give props to this author. Also, Ms. Ravenell, more books and sooner please. I was instantly thrown back into my love of werewolves and tried with two other books to ge [...]

    15. Although werewolves seem to become a widely used cliché, they are still a good bet when writing a book about paranormals. This book is a proof. Not very unique, but nevertheless spellbinding and attractive world of werewolves that is able to entertain the reader from the first page. The story was fast-paced, with many twists and accelerated plot development, although I would reduce the amount of Winter´s inner dialogue – there was a bit too much for me. Yet Merry is a great storyteller and c [...]

    16. Sometimes, I read a book that inspires neither intense love nor intense hatred. Sometimes, I read a book that causes me to sit on it for a little bit before deciding if I even enjoyed reading it. "The Snowfang Bride," is one such book.There are plenty of positive aspects of Ravenell's "The Snowfang Bride." For instance, Ravenell's writing style is reminiscent of Stephanie Meyer's - which I am particularly fond of. Good descriptions, witty dialogue, characters with complicated backstories, etc. A [...]

    17. I listen to this book through Audible. This is the story of a female werewolf that has been used as a political pawn by her father. She meets her mate and before she has even been given time to get to know him she is shuttled off to live with him clear across the country. Not only must she deal with a mate she doesn't know but she is moved from the country into New York City and doesn't know how to exist in a word of glass, concrete and luxury. Sterling, her mate is trying to learn about Winter [...]

    18. I received The Snowfang Bride as a review copy from the author/publisher (via InstaFreebie). The gifting did not determine the review/rating, which reflects my honest opinion. The character development wasn't as tight as I prefer, but the relationships between the likable primary characters was very well done, I even liked the dysfunctional pack relationships. An excellent plot and unique world building elevated this to a 5-star read for me. This is a rare paranormal read with complex politics i [...]

    19. A story that pulls you inSome person wrote there was too much internal dialogue in this book total rubbish the only way a book draws you in is by letting you into the character's heads. The book has a great story line. If there is one criticism it is that we don't get Stirling's point of view which can make him a character that at times is not particularly likeable. Still a great read from Winter's point of view.

    20. this was something really different and quite enjoyable to read. werewolf politics though were quite complex and weighed heavily on the story these parts required quite a bit of concentration to understand how they bore out on the rest of what is going on. it was well written and i loved both lead characters, lots still to be explained so i am looking forward to the next part of the story when it is released in 2017

    21. Engagingly good!The characters do not lack depth, they’re badass in a non perfect way that feels real and down to earth, despite the supernatural context. I found the book very hard to put down and can’t wait for the sequel.

    22. OkNot sure if I will read the next book,this one was not to my taste, a lot of stuff was explained in a way that was confusing and I didn't get. Like the story. Didn't like the writing

    23. Five stars for a Three and a half star bookThis is not my normal read which is part of why it ranked so high. I tend to avoid werewolf books like the plague but this one caught and held my attention from the very beginning despite minor flaws she held it together!

    24. The cover and plot and two love interests were great. But I HATED the other characters and the resolution was barely satisfying.

    25. Good story line, liked almost all the key playerslid read.🖒not bad for a book I bought on a whim, I look forward to some good character growth in the 2nd book.

    26. Found the first edition on Wattpad and LOVED IT. When this came out I purchased it ASAP, no regrets. Merry's story sucks me in and her characters are so witty, charming, and believable that I have no choice but to follow them down their rabbit hole. The only true problem this book has is the ending, that is because it exists. Really looking forward to the next bride installment.

    27. Brilliant book. I like when people break the mould, and Merry Ravenell definitely knows how to do that.

    28. If you’ve followed my blog at all in the last few months you’ll know I love a good werewolf story. There is just so much you can do in a shifter universe. Make it urban fantasy, paranormal, paranormal romance, make it a thriller or mystery the list goes on and on. Sometimes these really resonate with a reader, sometimes you have to find your specific target audience for it to work. The Snowfang Bride really missed the mark with me unfortunetly. I was really excited about this. The descriptio [...]

    29. The Snowfang Bride is a book that is going to suck you straight in and won't let you go till the end. I have been following The Snowfang Bride since it was a first draft on a writers forum, it was the book that made me a fan of Merry's writing. She has a brilliant imagination, original plots, and fantastic worlds for her characters. I was lucky enough to receive an advance copy of The Snowfang Bride and I was very pleased with the final version. The plot had filled out, encompassed the long term [...]

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