Lately, Marmion “Mar” Roy has been
having terrible luck. In the past few days, he’s been
robbed, fallen down the stairs, been dumped, and experienced
a host of other terrible things. Then a strange-looking guy
claiming to be a snow spirit attacks him.
Shirai is on a quest to find the luck
demon who stole his people’s Snow Heart, a conglomeration of
all their hearts. They removed them after their queen died
of heartbreak, and now they feel nothing. Unfortunately,
the heart is a source of power. What will happen when
Shirai’s piece of the heart is returned to him?
Finding a Heart of Snow is an interesting,
imaginative fantasy. I felt bad for poor, unlucky Mar.
Shirai is a strange and unusual character, but I could
empathize with him as well—especially as he was adjusting to
being reunited with his heart. Their quest to retrieve the
Snow Heart kept me turning pages to see what would happen
next. The romance part moved very quickly, maybe too
quickly, but since it was a fantasy that wasn’t as
bothersome as it could have been. The only thing I really
wasn’t keen on was the ending, which rang a bit hollow for