Upon discovering that the Queen has ordered her killed, Snow pleads with him for her life. His covetous eyes perusing over the alluring Snow, he is quick to devise a fair exchange which she cannot refuse and thanks him copiously for sparing her. Snow begs for him to be her new Master.
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After reading this newest segment of the erotic Snow White I'm not sure if she is better off or not outside the Queen's castle. But I do know this, it is certainly worth the read! Now I am left wondering what kind of trouble the most sensual Snow will find next! There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Rosalind Scarlett. Rosalind Scarlett.
As we can all relate to some, if not most of these, I delve into these matters of the heart and put them on naked display for you, the reader of my stories. At times you "I write descriptive stories in lush settings overflowing with every emotion shared by the human experience: joy, hope, love, desire, longing, lust, jealousy, hunger, loathing, uncertainty, grief, and desperation, amongst others.
At times you will find the aura of my stories exceedingly beautiful, and then suddenly, rather dark. Whether it is my novels or my Erotica novellas, I delight in writing a passionate sex scene, but do so in a manner which, though still deliciously explicit enough to stimulate your blood flow, is not necessarily crude.
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Oh, and the happy ending. We all know that there should be a HEA. In the original Snow White the happy ending is not when the prince, who by the way has never seen Snow White before kisses her dead lips and wakes her from her sleep. The actual ending is when the Evil Queen is danced to death in her red hot iron shoes. By now, I hope most of you have seen this movie or chosen not to, so if you are planning on still seeing it, watch out! They make a promise. Snow White and the Huntsman made promises. And all the way through the movie they are left broken. From the outset we expect a HEA.
That promise is made by twisting Snow White, a romance, so if you are making the decision not to give the audience the big HEA, you had better give them a satisfying movie.
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For example, when Gus the dwarf dies I did post the spoiler alert! Snow rushes to his side and comforts him. For some reason I expected her to sing to him. Okay, no problem. But I also expect her to kiss his forehead. Something about the direction of the scene felt like she should kiss him.
I sat there thinking it we rented it, the girls had already seen it and my daughter seventeen, and the target audience for this movie said it. We felt let down.
And it was only the middle of the movie. And all of us agreed on those points. Yes, we talk about the movie and analyze it as we watch. But the worst was the ending. There was no HEA! Wait a minute! Was the Evil Queen killed? Yes, she was.
Was Snow White restored to her throne? Or wait. We think she did, but I suspect that after the movie she succumbed to political pressure and married him. Okay, so the title led me to believe that this was a romance between, you guessed it, Snow White and the Huntsman. It was supposed to be about Snow White, the Huntsman, and their romance. We all knew it. The title told us so. A big promise made. And that was the build up within the movie. All through the movie you can see, yes, she should be in love with William, her child hood friend and social equal.
The director took two very popular leading stars and put them together, showed them falling in love, and then at the end. The Huntsman kisses her, and she wakes up! True love, right? Or my teen age daughters. We, all of us romantics, were let down. Why would the director make this decision? Why promise us the HEA all the way through the movie, then leave Bella ooops, sorry Snow up on the dias alone?
All I can think of is he I have to check, it was a male director, right? Yes, of course it was. So what? We accepted okay, we all questioned it, but moved on when there was a pure white horse waiting for her on the beach. Because the HEA would be coming and we would feel satisfied. All the broken promises and leaps of faith would be forgiven.
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If you promise your readers a certain action, then deliver. You can twist the action. William could have spoke up and fought for her to marry whomever she pleased. So deliver. Deliver on the small promises too. Not kissing Gus, or singing to him was a let-down, right when we should be immersed in the world of the movie. I liked it. The special effects were amazing. The right pieces were there, but it missed.
Many times. Make those story promises.
Make them with your title, your cover, your small and large choices throughout the book. Leave them unanswered for a little while. Make us turn pages fast, looking for those answers. Did you see Snow White and the Huntsman? Did you enjoy it? Were there other moments you picked out as being let-downs? Leave me a comment and let me know. I promise I fulfilled my story promises. Love Alpha Males?