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Snow is our geeky, shy, chess playing virgin. He ends up tutoring the closeted
Riley, a football star, in physics.
Both Riley and Snow have been crushing on the other and now they’ve an excuse to meet/hang out.
There’s other drama involving Snow’s chess coach and his new wife….that puts a wrinkle in things and a smear campaign surfaces.
When push comes to shove, will Riley trust Snow or the smear campaign that paints him as a prostitute? Will Riley believe Snow when he says the coach’s new wife is evil? Or will Riley go back to his easy life in the closet?
Riley – Riley Prince is his full name – is Snow’s Prince, too. He’s practically perfect in every way.
There is a bit of tongue in cheek in this story and a lot of laughter. Snow is hysterical! His inner monologues are too funny and his nerdisms are perfect!
Riley is simply charming and with one notable exception, pure perfection for shy Snow.
The smexy times are pretty dang hot and the feels are wonderful.
If you put aside your “this is real?” doubts, and just take it for what it is – a fun, fantastical tale with a nod toward the old story – you will fully enjoy it! It’s a New Adult title, so steamy, but not over the top.
Tara Lain is a fantastic writer and this was a fun new look at the old fairy tale.
I loved it and highly recommend it.
4.5 of 5 stars
Kale Williams does a terrific job with this. He gives the villains appropriately snively type voices and handles the passion and emotions well. Highly recommended as a way to enjoy this story.
5 of 5 stars
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Would you listen to Driven Snow again? Why?
I sure would, it's a great story, a bit cheesy and predictible but so much fun!
Who was your favorite character and why?
Snow, of course. I love how innocent, naive and almost clueless he was about anything dealing with love. But Prince was an excellent teacher.
What about Kale Williams’s performance did you like?
Everything. There was a wide variety of characters and he made sure each and every character had their own voice and tone.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Snow finally figuring out that wanting to be loved, needing to be loved and actually being loved were all entirely different emotions. And all are valid.
Any additional comments?
I'm loving each new installment in this series, Lain has taken classic fairy tale stories and given them her own modern twist with a distinctly naughty undertone.
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