Saphyre Snow

Saphyre Snow - Marcia Lynn McClure I found a Marcia Lynn McClure book at the library a while back, [b:A Crimson Frost|6518031|A Crimson Frost|Marcia Lynn McClure|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1330550487s/6518031.jpg|6709893], and it ended up being one of my favorite books. I have since vowed to read as many of her books as possible, no matter how cheesy they may be. These books cannot be described as impressive literature, but there's just something great about them. Her books can be easily read in one sitting. They're stress free, fun and have some magical quality about them. I know that a lot of people would probably hate reading these, they have a particular cheese factor, but in a good way (for me at least). I probably wouldn't recommend her books to many people for that reason. Her books are 100% clean. They kind of remind me of fairytales that I read as a kid.

McClure books are so sweet that it would make most of you sick.



Sometimes even I walk away sick.



Don't say I didn't warn you.

Saphyre Snow takes place in the same world as [b:A Crimson Frost|6518031|A Crimson Frost|Marcia Lynn McClure|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1330550487s/6518031.jpg|6709893]. It's a retelling of Snow White but in an unconventional way. I didn't love this one as much as I did A Crimson Frost but it was very enjoyable. I'm usually not too shocked with most of the developments in McClures books but I was honestly surprised with this one. The dwarves were absolutely adorable, I seriously loved them. Instead of an evil stepmother, we got an evil step grandmother. She didn't play more than a background character here because this book was all about Snow and the dwarves.

One thing that does drive me crazy is when McClures characters are kissing their mouths are always "watering".



#StopTheSlobber