Snow and the Seven Men: A Reverse Harem Fairy Tale Romance

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I never expected to fall in love.
And with not just one man…
But SEVEN filthy rich and hunky…drillers. At least that’s what they told me.


Sasha Snow
I was sent to Iceland on behalf of Mirror, Mirror Inc. as a scientist.
Unfortunately, my jealous and evil manager, Queenie was there with me, and she literally turned this magnificent journey into hell.
The only thing that made me feel better was Hunter Davis, my handsome co-worker, was gonna be there too.
But what I didn’t know, was that on this isolated island, there lived seven even stronger and sexier men.
Dan, Graham, Harry, Seth, Bash, Stevie and Jim.
Rough, rugged, and wild, their bodies were to die for and they were all ready to share.
The question was: was I ready to handle seven giant…um, drills?

The Seven Men
Once upon a time, there was a beautiful girl who traveled far, far away, straight into our arms.
Her skin is as white as snow, her eyes are brighter than the shiniest star, and her lips are as red and tasty as cherries.
She was perfect for us, and we all wanted her.
It was forbidden, yet so delicious that we couldn’t help but taste her.
And once we did, there was no turning back…

Snow and the Seven Men is a standalone reverse harem romance with seven protective alpha male. No cheating or cliffhangers, and a Happily Ever After guaranteed.

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