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Review: WHEN THE SNOWMAN WHISPERED by Kenya Wright


When the Snow Man whispered, Faith’s marriage had crumbled and the world had already gone insane. Instead of a holly jolly Christmas, the garbage of humanity filled the news. A crazy election and mass shootings. Riots and protests. People screamed at each other on and offline.

In 2016, the world had gone mad and,
maybe Faith too.

Because there was a snow man. And she carved him into a cold, chiseled masterpiece. And he came alive. Maybe due to the mojo bag her mother gave her for Christmas. Maybe due to the human insanity bleeding and spilling its rot onto the earth.

Or maybe it was all that hunger,
sweltering inside of Faith and yearning to wake up and break free.

Regardless,
that beautiful snow man whispered.

He came alive.

And things will never be the same.

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This story was far from what I expected and I liked it much more than I thought I would. Faith’s marriage has fallen apart. Her husband shares custody and she’s still working through the five stages of grief. She seems to still be stuck in the anger phase and it was pretty funny to watch. Each year, during the Christmas holiday, she and her little girls have a tradition - as a sculptor, she creates a winter wonderland in their yard. This year, her mother gifts her with a hoodoo bag, which was supposed to make all of her dreams come true. So what happens when she wishes her hot as heck snowman to be real? Horny and lonely, Faith loses it a bit as she embarks on a romance with her snowman. Thankfully, her ex-boyfriend Daniel is there to help save the day. Or at least help save her sanity. He happens to still be in love with her and is willing to do whatever it takes to have her. Even if it means giving into the hoodoo.

This was some supernatural fun! I liked the history of the hoodoo, every interaction with Faith’s mother, the impossibility of the snowman, Remy’s story, and especially Daniel. I wasn’t Faith’s biggest supporter, but I’m definitely a new fan of Kenya Wright’s!

Release Date: December 23, 2016
Genre: Paranormal Romance
POV: Dual - 1st person
Heat: 3.5 out of 5
Type: Standalone

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