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Blood and Snow: The Complete Set (Blood and Snow #1-12)

4.01 of 5 stars 4.01  ·  rating details  ·  383 ratings  ·  66 reviews
Every thousand years the Vampire Queen selects a new body, always the fairest in the land, and this time she's chosen Snow White.

Snow isn't an ordinary girl. She doesn't know that yet.

When Snow gets bitten by a Hunter, her life is thrown into a whirlwind of change where instead of worrying about what to eat, she has to fight not to drink the blood of fellow high school st
Kindle Edition, 518 pages
Published February 17th 2013 by Polished Pen Press (first published January 1st 2013)
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Others may enjoy this, but it just wasn't for me.

It was weird, there were plot lines that were just dropped at the end, and when Snow finally found her Prince Charming it was a total WTF?! Where did this guy come from? moment for me.
Oh, and the egg thing at the end...creepy.
Not cute.
In an attempt to not give spoiler for those of you who would like to read this, I'll stop right here.

I will say, that midway through the book I was interested enough to want to find out what happened to th
RaShelle Workman
Feb 23, 2013 RaShelle Workman rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
*** Snow isn't an ordinary girl. She doesn't know that yet. ***

All 12 volumes in one book, along with bonus content. It's so exciting.
Kathy Jo
3.5 stars

I love fairy tales... plain and simple. I'm a sucker for any retelling of them. With that being said I will admit growing up, Snow White was not a fairy tale I liked. When given a choice, it was never chosen. I have come across a few retellings of this fairy tale and I have skipped right over them. But when I came across RaShelle Workman's version and saw the unique twist, I was intrigued to say the least. I started reading it with no expectations and will admit at times I was going ba
Kirsty (Amethyst Bookwyrm)
This and my other reviews can be found at

Thanks to Netgalley and All Night Reads for giving me this book to review.

Snow White always thought she was a normal, if a bit clumsy, girl with a father and step-mother who are hardly around and seven best friends who are brothers. That is until the Vampire Queen chooses Snow for her next body. After being bitten by her Hunter, Christopher, and turned into a revenant, Snow has to deal with both her thirst for both
YA Novelties
3.5 Stars

Check this review out at our blog!

Usually when I try fairy tale retellings these days, I try to grade them harshly because the original content is usually at a bare minimum for them. So do not be surprised with this harsh rating and review because there are probably plenty of other people with higher ratings than mine. They are probably also better at figuring out ratings for fairy tale retellings as well... Anyway...

This book or bundle, which it really is, is a series of twelve novell
Having randomly downloaded #2 from this series, I was really intrigued. I'm glad this was the entire series, as I got the entire story arch without any waiting.

Snow's okay as a character - I think she has some tough circumstances to deal with. She also had the incredible ability to recover from things, not just physically, but mentally and emotionally. I honestly think the latter two could have been explored more, but all in all it was kind of nice to just have the action without all pages upon
Arain Walton
I really loved this story. I am a huge fairy tale fan but I also love a good vampire story. With this book I got both and the two themes actually blended together well. Another thing I liked was that the romance wasn't to heavy. I wasn't embarrassed to read like in some "romance" novels, the romance was good and went with the story.

I found this book due to an email about daily books and I read the first four parts. After that I was hooked. I bought the whole set for a dollar on my kindle app and
Kimber Wheaton
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

The Blood and Snow series has been on my TBR for a while now, so I jumped at the chance to review them when the opportunity arose. I love fairy tale retellings, especially ones as original and imaginative as this one. For imagination alone Ms. Workman deserves five stars. Add to that a sweet yet sassy female lead, a witty best friend, and seven sexy guys instead of dwarves and well... I think you'll have to read it to believe i
Laura Greenwood
Review forthcoming on http://a-reader-lives-a-thousand-live...

I received a copy of Blood and Snow (Volumes 1-12) in exchange for my review.

Collection includes: Episodes 1 - 12; Blood and Snow, Revenant in Training, The Vampire Christopher, Blood Soaked Promises, Prey and Magic, Masquerade's Moon, Seal of Gabriel. Telltale Kisses, Love Bleeds, Eye of Abernathy, Resolved to Rule and Vampire Ever After? Short stories: Cindy Witch, The Hunter's Tale, Gabriel and After The Kiss.

Snow White always thou
Snow White is just a regular girl living next door to seven boys who are friends and neighbors until the night she is a bitten by a Hunter and learns about an unbelievable world of vampires and fairy tales.

It 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. Now Snow White is involved in a plot to oust the current Vampire Queen who has too much control over all the magical creatures.

I fo
This series receives 3.5 stars. It held at a steady 3 until the last three or four volumes.

The Positives:

I enjoyed the pace of these novellas. While the first 4 were a bit slow with plot the character development was needed for the future stories. I enjoyed all the fairy tale princess references that helped add a bit of humor throughout the series. It was also nice to have a 'twisted" debate on evolution and creationism. Not sure if this was intended but I drew some similarities all the same. Ab
Stephanie Cover2CoverBlog
Background: Snow White is not the Snow White, yes she is beautiful and unique, but her parents were just quirky when they named her. Snow White has been chosen by the Vampire Queen to be a body for her ever changing form and Snow must find it within herself to resist her and even kill the Queen for the bettering of life for magical creatures.

Review: I waited until the last minute to start reading this book for review and was very surprise by how fast I flew through it. The compilation is a serie
I was super excited to read Blood and Snow as soon as I read the synopsis. I've always kind of loved Snow White, though I don't know why, so a retelling definitely appealed to me. I enjoyed how Rashelle Workman kept me guessing with the plot's twists and turns and how she was able to weave so many different ideas and mythologies into the story. While reading other paranormal books, I've always kind of wondered about all the other creatures not mentioned, and RaShelle Workman makes a very interes ...more
A review copy was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.

My suitemate had recommended this series to me, so when I saw the blog tour, I jumped at the chance to sign up. I was intrigued with the whole novella aspect, and I ended up really enjoying the series.

Snow White is Marked by the Vampire Queen so she can take over a new body, and by the time she turns 16, she is bitten by a Hunter, becoming a revenant, a mix of human and vampire. Snow may think she is a regular revenant,
Jennifer Bielman (Bad Bird Reads)
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At A Glance
The concept was super fun but the execution was just okay.

The Good
This is a very lengthy book since it's a collation of several novellas. They do easily flow together, like a normal book, so no worries there. I have never read a retelling of the Snow White fairytale before. I have to say that Workman really created a fun interpretation of the story. The characters were fascinating and the vampire element added a little something extra.

Jenea Whittington
I think most of us growing up have watched the fairy tale movies, and one of my favorites was Snow White, so when I read the premise for this and discovered that it a re-telling of Snow White, but not only that, she was to be a vampire, I was all in. Lately I haven’t read a lot of vampires books, so I was wondering how all of this would come together. With that being said, I was glad I gave this a try.

Snow is a ordinary young girl, she has grown up with 7 boys, and a Professor, so she is far fro
Diana (DomesticGoddess)
This is really a 2-star read, but I have mixed feelings; I've given it three because there are some aspects that I really liked.
The Complete Set is a lengthy compilation of twelve novellas and a fun read; a contemporary paranormal romance based on the Snow White fairy tale, complete with Disney princesses. I would have given more stars if there weren't so many flaws in the writing; so many that I can't even begin to list them all.
Four stars for the concept and fun factor. Two stars for technical
Magen McMinimy
Since each of these volumes are so short and there are twelve of them, there was no way I could I find the time to write a review on each of them.

So here are my thoughts on this series… I love it! It was a fun and different take on one of my favorite classic fairytales the vampire twist was a very big plus for me.
So we start out with a very lucky tomboyish girl with seven hot guy best friends.

Sounds promising already doesn’t it? Then enter the hot Hunter aka Prince Charming who marks our lucky
Jessica (Lovin' Los Libros)
When I saw this mixed Snow White with vampires I was so sold. I believe these all started as novellas, so I'm really glad I got to read the whole set together. I think it flowed better as a whole than if I had read them as separate parts. Overall, I found it be an enjoyable read. There were some parts where I found myself losing interest and really struggled to keep focused, but I pushed forward because we definitely have multiple romances and I wanted to see how that would end up. I did find so ...more
Fern (whirlwindbooks)
This is the kind of novel that turns out to be more of an adventure, it has everything a good story needs - Romance, Magic, Paranormal, Fantasy, Drama and Action! So if you are looking for a combination of the above then this is the book for you.

Please not that this story is not about Snow White, her parents merely had a quirky sense of humor and if I am honest it does sound like a kind of amazing name.

This book is comprised of a series of 12 Novella's that in turn from the full adventure, My re
Lis Ann
Read original reviews for this series @ The Indigo Quill:
(Volumes 1-4):
(Volumes 5-8):
(Volumes 9-12):

Overall, I have really enjoyed this series. At first it was strange when I finished the first volume at page 55, and I know some people aren't huge fans of how short they are, but I find it unique and refreshing. Instead of ending at a certain chapter, I can just end at the b
Oh my goodness! I went into this series of books (there are 12 in the series) completely blind, as usual and WOW did I enjoy this! Who knew a modern day teenage twist on Snow White could be so much fun!?! What a delightful read! :-D

There were the usual cast of characters from the 7 dwarfs... shall we say brothers? To the benevolent huntsman. The wicked queen and absent father. All the characters made appearances, some in utterly unexpected ways!

New characters I would never have thought to includ
**3.5 Stars**
I received a copy of this book for an honest review as part of a blog tour.

MY OVERVIEW: I really enjoyed the story-line, but I did have a few problems with it. All the boys were great; I just wish all of them played a bigger role. I also like where Gabe’s character went in the story. I didn’t really like him, and was glad how his character changed.

PROS: I really liked Snow’s character. I found her very likeable and relatable. I could feel everything she was going through during the
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Blood and Snow got a slew of mixed reviews. I'm pretty sure that there must be many readers who just don't like the serial story format. I am one of those people; I won't read any of the installments until they are all released, preferably compiled into one book. I devour books, anything less than two-hundred pages is a snack. Anyways, I can also tell that there were a lot of readers who had expectations of the story that were not met. I know this because I read other reviews. Bummer. My expecta ...more
"Lips red as rubies, hair dark as night. Drink your true love's blood, become the Vampire, Snow White."

I LOVE fairytale retellings. I find myself completely addicted to them. A fairytale retelling with Snow White as a vampire? SIGN ME UP!

I find that this story's originality is what really made me enjoy it so much. I couldn't really connect to the main character, I have no idea why. I just know that whenever she started to complain about something, I rolled my eyes at her.

This story starts o
RaShelle Workman has taken the Snow White fairy tale and made it her own. Set in modern day with vampires and other creatures of myth, Snow must navigate the waters of adolescents all while trying to survive a plot my the vampire queen and high school. Snow has normal teenage problems like boys, first loves, friends, and parents. She also has to juggle weapons training and her thirst for blood, which are not so normal problems. There is symbolism and hidden meaning everywhere. Snow White has alw ...more
Oh my goodness! I went into this series of books (there are 12 in the series) completely blind, as usual and WOW did I enjoy this! Who knew a modern day teenage twist on Snow White could be so much fun!?! What a delightful read! :-D

There were the usual cast of characters from the 7 dwarfs... shall we say brothers? To the benevolent huntsman. The wicked queen and absent father. All the characters made appearances, some in utterly unexpected ways!

New characters I would never have thought to includ
I had begun reading this series quite a while ago, and then as I was waiting for the next installment, it sadly got pushed aside. With the complete set out now, I grabbed that and finally got around to reading it. I ended up restarting from the beginning, just to make sure I was good and familiar with the start. The first few novelettes were good, but the further along in the series you get, the better and more intriguing it is. I found myself enthralled by the story, as though RaShelle Workman ...more
"Lips red as rubies,
Hair dark as night
Drink your true love's blood
Become the Vampire, Snow White..."

Snow is a normal teenage girl, at least she think she is, until she is bitten by a Hunter on behalf of the Vampire Queen. Now she is a Revenant, one of the Marked, who might be chosen to become the Vampire Queen's next body. So naturally Snow's life is turned upside down and only true love's kiss could hold the power to help her. That's just the next question though: Who is her true love?

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Blood and Snow (1 - 10 of 15 books)
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  • Revenant in Training (Blood and Snow, #2)
  • The Vampire Christopher (Blood and Snow, #3)
  • Blood Soaked Promises (Blood and Snow, #4)
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