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They call me "The Beast" for a reason.

Locked away in my cold, dark mansion overlooking the treacherous cliffs that haunt me, I want for nothing...except her. The moment she set foot in my lair, her fate was sealed. I will claim her, make her mine....

I'll be her daddy.

Annabelle:

He can buy anything he wants. He wants me.

He's a wealthy, domineering recluse; I'm dirt poor. He's accomplished and sophisticated; I'm a 20-year-old virgin. But I can't say no.

To get closer to him, I will sacrifice everything - my freedom, my heart...my innocence. The attraction between us leaves me begging, and when he's done with me....

I'll be daddy's good little girl.

©2017 Jane Henry (P)2018 Jane Henry

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Modern Day Beast!

Any time there is a rendition of Beauty and the Beast, I grab it. It is my all time favorite fairy tale and Jane Henry has retold it with a modern day twist. Sawyer Gryffon, our beast, has been a recluse for a decade. When given the chance to expand his empire, he realizes he will need the facade of a wife. He chooses Annabelle Symphony and it is so easy to fall in love with this character. Her innocence is evident, but she has a intuitive side helping her to understand Sawyer. But this does intuition does not prevent her from getting herself into trouble. As true to the fairy tale, Annabelle finds herself in situations that anger the Beast, but in this case, a little domestic discipline is in order, and this man certainly can dish out a harsh, yet erotic spanking! In true Jane Henry fashion, this book had me enraptured from the first chapter, and I could not stop listening. She can write an alpha male book with a spunky heroine and I can be guaranteed a smart, hot and entertaining listen. I loved it.

Narrated by Gunnar Qualen and Jenna St. Claire, this team brings the fairy tale to life. Qualen has that deep, dark baritone voice which is perfect for Sawyer. You can feel both the love and the anger through his narration. St. Claire voices Annabelle with that sweet, innocent sound, yet giving her that edge of naughtiness. The performance was excellent.

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The author gave Beauty and the Beast a very naughty twist! and a whole new meaning . She made me long for me to find my own beast. A tormented beast who knows exactly how to treat a woman.

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way too slow.

been listening for hours, and only 1 weak scene. not worth my $!!
wouldn't consider it erotica.
struggling to finish it.

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  • Marybeth
  • New York, United States
  • 04-25-18

loved this

This was great! I loved the book and the narration is the best! I am looking forward to more books!

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A fairytale listen

This one was goid . first one I heard from this author. She took a fairly take and wrote it into an every day tale. This one was about beauty and the beast.
The hero is Sawyer and the heroine is Annabel
Annabel needs help with a problem and only one person can help her. It’s Sawyer . Sawyer will help Annabel under 2 conditions
This was a hot story that had it all

The narrators were good first ones I heard from these 2 and they didn’t disappoint

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A modern day fairytale

This is a fairytale brought into modern times. The word beast is redefined, and I certainly want a "beast" of my own now! The little hints of the original fairytale are a perfect reminder of the original story.

Sawyer, a successful businessman, but he has lived as a recluse for years. The one day he decides to venture into town, Annabelle is constantly running into him. Annabelle is an independent young woman and taking orders from anyone is very difficult for her. Sawyer growls orders as he learns to love the sassy Annabelle. Annabelle learns to love the beast in Sawyer. Who would not? Wealthy, tall, dark, handsome and muscular are all what makes Sawyer so attractive. Protective, romantic and dominant are what make Sawyer so lovable. Annabelle may not be a princess, but she is a very lucky girl!

Gunner Qualen and Jenna St. Claire narrate this stost beautifully. Mr. Qualen is able to bring out the beast and the best of Sawyer. All of Sawyer's struggles and triumphs are strongly felt through Mr. Qualen' s passionate narration. Annabelle is sweet, yet strong and Ms. St. Claire narrates her perfectly. The narration enhanced the story experience and brought life to the book.