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Once upon a time....

There is a girl with skin as fair as ivory and hair as black as night. She was the apple of her father's eye, but now that he has died, someone wants to dip that apple into poison. 

Advised to flee, Ivory escapes her elite world in New York City and stumbles into a place she didn't know existed. 

A modern-day princess, afraid and lost on the dark streets, running for her life. Ivory White has no one to call, nowhere to turn. All she has is a random number scrawled on a torn napkin. She calls. He answers. 

Ivory is thrust into a house filled with misfits - a band of completely untrustworthy men. But can this group of men keep her safe?

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Cambria Hebert (P)2020 Tantor

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  • Jess
  • 27-01-21

such an entertaining read

This book was witty, funny, surprising and charming. I'll be honest, at first Ivory seemed to just be another spoiled rich girl and she kind of grated on me. But very quickly she won me over. Her naiveté about the world outside her bubble was endearing. She is pure and innocent in her heart, and means no harm to anyone. And Neo is the stuff that book boyfriends are made of. Strong, kind, loyal and a little bit bad. All of the side characters are so vivid and wonderful. I definitely have a soft spot for Fletcher. I loved him so much! Both narrators were perfect. Eric Michael Summerer did a fantastic job of giving the four men very distinctive voices. And Stephanie Dillards voice IS Ivory White. It's exactly the way that character should sound. This story was so original and different. I adored this spin on a classic fairy tale.

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  • B. Dickinson
  • 25-01-21

Clever Modern-Day Retelling of Snow White

A clever take on Snow White set in modern-day NYC, with a surprise twist at the end! Thoroughly enjoyed both the story and narration. The "Ivory" character is a good-hearted snob who falls for a rather rough Prince Charming. It's a fun and well-paced romance with a whole lotta heart.

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  • n.bradford
  • 21-01-21

A totally awesome revamping of snow white’s story

The audio version of Ivory White was so great I don’t know if my words will do it justice. With most audio books, for me anyway, the narrators voice makes a huge difference. I was a little put off on the female voice at first but then I started to feel that she was Ivory White. I loved Neo and his narrator was just so great and I enjoyed listening to him speak.

About the story itself. I really did enjoy this version of one of my favorite storybook princesses. Cambrias imagination flowed through every page and the characters just came to life for me. I fell in Love with Neo and his band of misfits. Fletcher was my favorite. He was just so adorably cute.

Ivory white was an upper east side girl who has an attempt on her life. Not being able to go home she stumbles upon a group of 4 misfits. Life as she knows it has been turned upside down but she makes the most of it and her surroundings. I enjoyed her. She was a “princess” for sure but she was still caring and non judgmental. Then there is Neo. The boy from the Lower east side. He’s rough and unkempt but he has a heart of gold.

This story was fun, and exciting and I’m so crazy excited for the next book in the series.