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Publisher's Summary

Tiger-shifter Lord Bane Dunsaney released Nick Fairfax from the deal that bound the young man to his service for a year. Then Bane fled, afraid that the beast inside of him would harm Nick if he stayed. He never thought to see Nick again.

Little did Bane know, Nick has chosen to stay at his estate, Moon Shadow, to await the return of the lord who has his heart.

But can lasting love survive when there are tiger-sized secrets between them?

Book two of our modern, M/M retelling of Beauty and the Beast.

Cursed: Bound is the second part of a three-book series. Part three is coming out in 2017.

©2016 Catherine N Tetzlaff (P)2016 Catherine N Tetzlaff

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Hoped it wouldn't end

I loved every chapter of it, Michael Pauley brings it to life for me.
Thank for such a wonderful series.

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Holy Tigershifter!

This retelling is so amazing and this installation will leave you with OMG ending.

Bane is back from a month long absence believing that when he returns that the man he's been dying without will not be there but surprise surprise he's not only there but he's been waiting for his return.

The angst and the love are so poignant and the sentence that sums it up is this one, True love cannot exist without trust. There are moments when you want to scream at Bane...just tell him for pity's sake. Trust him...he loves you and it's that lack of communication about a secret so profound that ultimately leads to the ending of the book.

Tomorrow is to long to wait for book 3 to come I cannot wait to see how this book resolves the proverbial elephant in the room.

Can Bane learn to trust in the man he loves to not only understand but to accept the dual nature of his curse? Can these two beautiful men find a way to come together despite all they've put each other through? I hope so and I can't wait to find out :-)

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What a great storie with a Great Narrator

A well done storie and narration, beauty and the beast re told with sex and MM romance.
Exellent Narrarion to a well written storie
Hightly recommend it.

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Good story but incomplete

Don't purchase to these as individual stories. The author took a passable story and broke it into several parts to sell separately. None of those parts stand well alone.

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wow

the book is a book that will make you what the book to never end this is a grent book you wi not be disappointed

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awesome

a great book, I loved every second of it, can't wait for the next book, a true heart pounding tail.

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Next in series please.

I'm really looking forward to your next installment.
I was glad to find a continuation of a story I truly enjoyed a while ago.
Keep writing these characters.
Thank you

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Terrific story

I loved Book 1 and this book was almost as good. I will be waiting w/ bated breath for the "rest of the story" and counting down until it's release. Cannot imagine how Bane is going to get himself out of this mess.

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This book puts the original to shame!

When Nick decides to volunteer himself for indentured servitude to a complete stranger he never could have conceived of what the future held for him.
Bane (Sp? It's an audio book so I miss the spelling of names) had no idea what came over him to accept Nick as an intern, when all he thought he wanted was to destroy the company that had tried to bring disown businesses down. How is he going to maintain his secret with a stranger in the house?
The writing is exceptional and when combined with flawless narration and perfect accents this is the best thing you could download all year!

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SOOOO AMAZING!!!!!

Kya! I love this book! I am binging on this series. on to the next book!

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Eughhh - struggled to finish.

This book was a real slog. The soppy loved up scenes were so boring and dragged. Nothing really happens in this book, and it all seems to be saved up for the next one instead.

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.

..I tried the final book and unfortunately things do not improve. Will be returning both. A shame because I enjoyed the first book.