Winter’s Arrow by Lexi C. Foss–Review

Winter’s Arrow was a first for me from this author. It is not usually my genre of choice, but I was intrigued with the blurb, basically Snow White and her seven guardians mix with a shifter romance. I generally like shifter stories, but this one was also set in a post-apocalyptic, dystopian future with elements of shifters and zombies. Generally stating, not my favorite type of read, but I soldiered on.

The world is now set up as sectors and Snow White, ahem, sorry, Snow Frost of Winter controls the winter sector. Long story short, Snow is engaged to be married, but finds out the night before that things are not as they should be. To save herself, she must leave her land.

Enter her wolf in shiny fur, Alpha Kazek of Norse sector. With this newfound Alpha, Winter realizes who she truly is. She is the spunky, sarcastic Omega to her Alpha. She finds her natural submissiveness.

Winter’s Arrow will not leave you wanting more, in the standpoint of more action or more romance, because it was jam packed with both. It had so many layers that it would give a peeling onion a run for its money.

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