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Peek Inside The Duke of Snow and Apples

If Charlotte Erlwood wants to land a wealthy, titled husband at her aunt’s house party, she has to stop losing her temper – especially with Frederick Snow, an inordinately handsome footman. Perhaps if she recruits Frederick for her matrimonial schemes, she'll be able to direct her attention toward suitable single noblemen and away from inappropriate dalliances. But Frederick’s frigid control is no match for Charlotte’s irrepressible spirit, and her passionate kiss could summon the darker side of his repressed magic, revealing his true identity as the Lost Duke of Snowmont...and awakening his heart from its frozen sleep.

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Frederick Snow, first footman, is the perfect servant: efficient, hardworking, and completely bereft of emotion. Unbeknownst to his employers, he’s the lost Duke of Snowmont, on the run from a suspicious stepfather and a powerful magic he can only control by burying his passions beneath his frosty demeanor. He’s managed to hide behind his carefully ordered life until an impertinent miss arrives and challenges everything he thought he wanted.

If Charlotte Erlwood wants to land a wealthy, titled husband at her great aunt’s house party, she has to stop losing her temper – especially with inordinately handsome footmen. Perhaps if she recruits Frederick for her matrimonial schemes, she’ll be able to direct her attention toward suitable single noblemen and away from inappropriate dalliances. But Frederick’s frigid control is no match for Charlotte’s irrepressible spirit, and her passionate kiss could summon the darker side of his magic…or wake his heart from its frozen sleep.


"The Duke of Snow and Apples is certainly different from the typical romance novel. Something akin to Regency England meets Walt Disney-style fairytales. Very enjoyable." - Plot Twist Reviews

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781633750630
Release Date: Aug 26, 2014
Page Count: 427
Imprint: amara next
Genre: fantasy
Tropes: opposites attract

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By Susana December 22, 2014

Reading fairy tales retellings is one of my favourite things in the world...
....when they are well executed. And yes, that's what happened here!

First of all, this is much more than a (lol) Snow White/Cinderella fairy tale retelling.

This is a Three In One!(...first book I've ever read that mana ...more

By Desi May 09, 2018

Primera novela de este tipo que leo... que une la fantasía y el romance histórico... jajaja pero me encantó... le quedó bien a la autora!!
... Amé a Frederick y la protagonista a pesar de sus defectos me agrado. La historia es muy tierna y tiene sus partes divertidas... y las escenas de los besos de ...more

By Jess the Romanceaholic August 28, 2014

This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic.

Billed as a gender-swapped retelling of Snow White, this fun historical fantasy debut novel from Elizabeth Vail was entertaining and romantic. I loved the blend of historical and fantasy elements, and I've always been a su ...more

By Jessalyn October 22, 2017

This book was entertaining, but not perfect. I enjoyed the witty banter and the clever descriptions and analogies used. The writing was definitely strong. I also really liked the magic system, and I'd love to read more books set in the same world, maybe in different kingdoms which acknowledge the di ...more

By Pansy September 08, 2014

3.5 stars out of 5.
When I chose to read this story I was thinking historical romance novel, and in many ways it was. The pomp, the circumstance, the fantastic gowns, the snobbish aristocracy, the grandeur of the estates, the star crosses lovers, all my favorite things in a historical romance. Then I ...more

By Connie September 07, 2014

*I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This was more of a 3.5 star rating, but I rounded up.
I absolutely love fairy tale retellings, so I was pretty excited about this book, where the hero is our Snow White. But for some reason, it took me forever to get into this ...more

By Nikita August 26, 2014

Set in a magical land reminiscent of Regency England, Frederick Snow has served Lady Balrumple of Charmant Park for over ten years, keeping a tight rein on his thoughts, emotions, and magical abilities. But when he meets Lady Balrumple’s grandniece, Charlotte Erlwood, that infamous control comes cra ...more

By Miriam August 30, 2014

Huh. Well, I wasn’t expecting…this. And you know what? I’m kinda glad this story turned out the way it did.

Frederick and Charlotte’s world is similar to Regency England but not. Mannerisms, social status, fashion, and speech all resemble that time period except there’s magic woven into this world th ...more

By Amaranthine September 07, 2014

A strange mishmash of regency romance and high fantasy with just a smidge of screwball comedy flair. With a full cast of characters running the gamut from the myriad classes of servant, to crazy dowagers, and minor royalty. The vastly different personalities are well-rounded and well represented, an ...more

By WTF Are You Reading? August 28, 2014

It all starts with an apple...
Umm...O.K. Let me clarify that.
An apple thrown by one very cheeky Lady Charlotte Erlwood, at the person of her very reserved footman, Fredrick Snow.

The Duke of Snow and Apples is a wonderful tale that is far less romance, and so much more about fantasy and fairy. Young ...more

By Crystal September 04, 2014

I was given an ARC of this book in place of an honest review.

I will warn you at first that this story is a little slow, at times you will think that you are reaching a conclusion only to have the story begin again. I did love were this book was magical and unlike any snow white story before. This on ...more

By Rosemary September 02, 2014

Frederick Snow is the first footman at Charmant Park. He does his job efficiently and with no emotion. That is until he meets Miss Charlotte Erlwood. She is running away from her sister who is now engaged to the man she wanted. Frederick is running away from his responsibility and his magic. Are the ...more

By Aileen October 25, 2016

Nunca había leído a esta autora y debo decir que me gustó mucho su forma de escribir, el ritmo de la historia y lo diferente que fue.

La historia se centra en Charlotte, que viene escapando de haber pasado una situación humillante en su casa y en Frederick, un sirviente perfecto que esconde un gran s ...more

By Brooke August 30, 2014

The Duke of Snow and Apple's was a really fun, historical fantasy. I liked that it is based on Snow White. However, the story was still unique and had its own twists. I enjoyed the characters and the settings were just wonderful. I look forward to reading more from Elizabeth Vail.

I received a compl ...more

By Mary August 27, 2014

i will never think of snow white again without thinking of this story. i really like this story. ...more

By Bella' May 11, 2016

Frederick♥ ...more

By Julie March 19, 2019

I've wanted to read this ever since, several years ago now, I read an early draft of the first page over at I was intrigued by the casual way magic was introduced into the familiar regency romance world. The finished novel doesn't disappoint.

At first, the twee familiarity of certain ...more

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Elizabeth Vail

About the author

Elizabeth Vail

Elizabeth Vail is a literary critic, essayist, and freelance writer who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Her unending love for reading and writing (particularly fairy tales) led her to pursue an English Degree at the University of Alberta with a minor in Comparative Literature, where she focused on historical novels and children’s literature. Since 2004 she has reviewed novels, both for publications such as The Green Man Review and her own blog, Gossamer Obsessions ( Her other interests include eating regularly and sleeping in a warm bed, so during the day she works in administrative support. The Duke of Snow and Apples is her debut novel.

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