Mystery and allure lurks in every corner of the witch-cursed Beast's mansion hidden in the woods. There are no exceptions.
As night falls upon the hidden mansion in the woods, Danya realizes her folly in coming here. Everett, the man cursed by a witch, with heightened senses like a beast and fur covering the entirety of his otherwise human body, has used her. To what purpose, though? Is she really just a willing body to him, some person to release his passion into and then leave laying on his dining hall floor to nap before repeating the same all over again?
She wants more, desires it, but has a century of witch-cursed isolation destroyed Everett's sense of self? Is there more to him, or is he just a monster devoted to self-satisfaction?
Alena hides in the guest house on the mansion's grounds. She, too, wants Everett, but her desire knows no limits. How can she make him hers, convince him to forsake Danya in favor of someone better? Why won't he stay with her? Why does he keep leaving?
If her supple, willing body can't make him stay, what else can she offer? There must be something, and she's determined to find it. Will her stubborn nature threaten to push her down a dark path, though?
Every time Everett ruts with one of the women, the witch's curse diminishes. His senses return and his servants revive, shattering their soul-prisons within the everyday objects inside his mansion.
Will the witch who cursed him sit quietly while he destroys her curse, though? And can Everett regain his humanity enough to realize what's going on before it's too late? What will he choose, what will he do?
(Used by the Beast is a loosely based erotic re-imagining of the classic Beauty and the Beast)