“Snowbunny” by Steven Morgan had me scratching my head from beginning to end – and not in a good way. Snow, the main character, is a white girl trapped in Urban Fiction Hell. Every stereotypical character made their appearance in “Snowbunny,” from the drunken, abusive stepfather to the smack-talking whore to the uber-rich drug dealer to the neck-rolling gold digger. They and more were all present without adding substantial depth to the story.
Morgan “Snow” Chambers is a white teenager, born and raised in Springfield, IL, who generally hates Black men while being sexually attracted to them. Her father was killed by a drunk driver, who was a Black man. Her mother got caught up with an abusive Black man who raped Snow, killed Snow’s mother and then killed himself in front of Snow after she regained consciousness. Parentless, Snow hops on a bus to Miami and starts a new, adventure-filled life – at the tender age of 16.
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Steven Morgan, author of SnowBunny
Just when she thought her life had changed, Morgan “Snow” Chambers’ precious soul would be violated again. After she is raped and inhumanly disrespected, Snow’s life would take another crucial blow when she discovers that she has contracted a deadly disease.
After reflecting on her unforgettable and tarnished past, the bitter and revengeful Snow devises a malicious plan, using her sexy body and alluring attitude to attract the lusting black men of Atlanta into her world of lies, deceit and premeditated murder.
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