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Publisher's Summary

The final installment of our romantic M/M Beauty & the Beast series!

Nick Fairfax believes that his romance with Lord Bane Dunsaney is over. Bane has chosen revenge against Nick’s family over his love for Nick. And Bane’s secret - that he is the guardian of a tiger spirit - has also caused a wedge between them with Nick still in the dark about Bane’s true nature. Can they overcome these seemingly insurmountable problems and find their happily ever after?

Cursed: Beloved is the third and final book in the Cursed series.

Want to start at the beginning? Enjoy Cursed: Broken, the start of this romantic journey of Nick, a sensitive young man who gets coerced into becoming a secretive billionaire's PA to save his family's fortune...and Bane, the billionaire with a dark secret that he fears will put Nick's life in danger.

©2017 Catherine N. Tetzlaff (P)2017 Catherine N. Tetzlaff

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Beautiful ending

The end had me in tears even though I’ve read this before. Beautiful story, so well done!

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Great story

This book series takes a great spin on the beauty and the beast in a unique way. I would recommend this book to people that like fairy tale gay romance.

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I just love this series...

Beauty and the Beast...overdramatized and God I love this series. This book took me a little bit to get into, but once I got hooked into it, and got into the story...well...a really good one X. I really have enjoyed this retelling...

Michael..you did a great job on this one.

Listener...Beauty and the Beast...served up gay...

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love

love the whole series this is an absolutely wonderful series if you like mystery drama stories about shape shifting and Magic this is definitely a story for you.

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Love is changing

This book had me on edge the whole time. I have always thought that love is something to find and cherish. So having gone through this adventure was amazing.

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is good

the story was good but i like the sounds they used on the first story when each chapter ended

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fun read

the third book in The curse series has been the best one yet it brought the series to a very satisfactory ending and I hope this author starts a new book in the same style I love their work

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I actually cried

This was a beautiful shifter romance and different from from the mainstream. The end was original and I actually cried. The audio is 5 stars.

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Great series

I enjoyed this whole series by X. Aratare and Michael Pauley did a great job on the narration. I really enjoyed his differentiation of the characters in this series as I had not heard him do accented dialog before. Although it is a "story old as time" as the song goes, this one has a great twist to make it different from all the other beauty/beast type stories you have heard. I read the books and listened to the audible both. All three are well worth your time and well worth a credit.

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You won't want to miss this

The grand finale is nothing short of everything you wanted it to be! If you like paranormal romance you should pick up this series!

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  • 06-07-19

Fantastic ending to the trilogy

Fantastic ending to the trilogy left me wanting more. Narrated by the wonderful Michael pauley this book brings to a close the story of nick and baine.

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  • 09-26-18

This series went down hill

This book was a struggle to finish. It felt like some sort of parable/moral story with ridiculous character turn arounds. And can I just say, I feel really sorry for the sheep farmer. Just because he drinks a lot it doesn’t mean you have a right to eat his sheep without making up for it. It’s like the author thought that ‘stinking of alcohol’ meant it was ok to treat him really badly. That selfish behaviour it what drove this whole situation. What’s with all the labelling of people? The billionaire, the younger man and the Indian man. Surely there’s more important features of those people that could have been used when the author didn’t want to use their names too much? I’m not normally that overly politically correct myself, but even I got offended that ‘the Indian man’ was his label, as if his nationality was all that was important about him. And there was more to ‘the billionaire’ than his money. It got so incredibly distracting in this book every time I heard it. Really not a fan of this narrator and he’s so nasal too. His voice for the tiger was almost comical. Will be returning this book and the second one. A shame because I enjoyed the first book.