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review 2018-05-27 04:31
AS OLD AS TIME by Liz Braswell
As Old as Time - Liz Braswell

A retelling of Beauty and the Beast.  It starts like the Disney movie but the ending is different.  I liked it--a lot!  The main characters are there but there are additional characters who flesh out the story and add dimensions that were not there before.  The back story is told more and the characters learn through their flaws and errors.  Thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to more in the series.  One for the keeper shelf.

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review 2018-05-05 08:45
His Beauty by Sofia Tate
His Beauty - Sofia Tate

 

Beauty and the Beast has always been a favorite story of mine. Beyond all the CGI of Disney and the obsessive behavior of a Phantom lies a work of art. A timeless classic. Perhaps that's why there are so many variations of the tempting tale. The story packs an ethereal punch with a powerfully relevant message. True beauty can never be tarnished. It comes from within and can be found in the most surprising of places. His Beauty stays true to the wonder of love's healing power, with some twists along the way. Lily is the perfect heroine. A tad naive, but drawn to the beauty of the unique. Grayson is a treasure trapped inside the soul of a wolf. Lily brings out his predatory side, but his scars run deeper than the physical and wider than the emotional. He creates beauty with pure obsessiveness that is hauntingly magical, but can never find that emotion in himself. The seduction lies with the power of the heart and mind. This is a tale that capture the soul and hangs on for dear life. It speaks for itself.

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review 2018-04-02 23:56
Great Read
Beauty and the Feast - Julia Rachel Barrett

Beauty and the Feast by J.R. Barrett is an entertaining contemporary romance.  Ms. Barrett has delivered a book that is not only well-written but a fun read.  Kudos to Ms. Barrett for the way she blended the humor in this story, well done.  Eva is a chef working for All Things to All People.  She creates meals, cleans and adds a special touch with all her clients.  Gabe hires Eva to cook a dinner for him and a date.  Their story is packed with phenomenal characters, drama, laugh-out-loud humor, sizzle and suspense.  This book hooked me at page one and I couldn't put the Kindle down until the end.  I loved it and would be happy to read more from J.R. Barrett in the future.  Beauty and the Feast is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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