Stephen Trent was sure of it. His editor was punishing him.
What could there be for him to investigate at the Penitent
Compound in Pennsylvania? The residents live a very simple
life of abstinence and strict gender separation. And he is
really having a hard time taking the whole assignment
seriously. But when he spots (and can’t take his eyes off
of) a young woman in the dining hall, he decides this
assignment might not be so bad. Why does she seem so
familiar to him?
Beth Cordova has been hiding a very big secret for ten
years—herself. The world thinks she’s dead and that’s
exactly what she wants them to think. If she is ever found,
her stepmother will
kill her. The Penitent Compound has been the perfect place
for her. The seven Founders of the Compound have been more
than happy to have her there. One of them even more so than
Beth’s identity is in danger of being revealed by the man
she can’t stay away from. Stephen discovers more than just
Beth’s identity, there is more to the Penitents than meets
the eye. He has
to get Beth out before it’s too late because banishment is
not what it sounds like.
And it seems that her stepmother knows where to find
As soon as I got
Seduction of Snow White I started reading and I couldn’t
put it down. I have always loved fairy tales and would read
them over and over when I was a kid. I was always delighted
when I found a new story or a new version of a fairy tale
that I loved. That hasn’t changed.
Seduction of Snow White is an amazing twist to the story
of Snow White. Ms. Yardley’s imagination is so brilliant
that this adult version is hard to put down. It’s all here,
the 7 men who take Snow White in, a jealous stepmother who
wants to kill her and her Prince—okay, so he’s a
reporter—who sweeps her off her feet. And did I mention the
really hot sex? You’ve never seen Snow White like this!