Safely hidden within the estate's enchanted walls, Benella no longer has time to fear her tormentors. She's too preoccupied attempting to determine what makes the beast so beastly. It might be the taxing visits from the aged enchantress who cursed him or his growing vexation at not being allowed to touch Benella.
In order to gain her freedom, she must find a way to break the curse, but first, she must help him become a better man while protecting her heart.
Intended for adult listeners due to sexual situations, violence, and moderate language.
©2015 Shattered Glass Publishing LLC (P)2016 Shattered Glass Publishing LLC
listened to both books so far, they are interesting, different take kinda... but very predictable. I enjoy the beauty and beast story so I'm listening however if your not a fan of hearing the save story over again with a slight change, this would not be the story for you. If you do like it, by all means grab it
I had already read Deceit, A Beastly Tale book 2 in ebook but the audiobook is just amazing! It really brings so much depth to this already wonderful story! I can't recommend these books & audio editions enough. Warning: This is an adult retelling of Beauty & the Beast.
intense, shocking, hopeful
I honestly can't think of one.
She brings the emotions in her voice. I read books emotionally, but there's something about HEARING emotions in a voice.
OMG! It's done both, but the strongest emotion is tears. :(
I know I said this made me cry, but I've read all three books and I know how this is going to end. It's worth the tears in the end.
Audio Reviewer under Audio Flow. I enjoy delving into the imagination of writers and hearing it read aloud by seasoned and new audio actors.
I love everything about this book. The characters, writing development and pace. So many twists and turns that lead to a major cliffy.
In Deceit, we learn more about the beast and slowly see the underlining of his layers. It was so welcoming and refreshing. Benella shows great growth and maturity but still shows us that being naive or vulnerable isn't ways bad...
Sierra Kline kicks major mics in this book. She was so on point that I actually thought there was more than one narrator for the book.
Kiddos all around for MJ Haag and I cannot wait for Devastation!
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