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With her father's freedom at stake, Belle agrees to be the fearsome Beast's prisoner in his enchanted castle. Held as his willing captive, Belle must submit to the Beast's most primal desires to survive.
The Beast can't let his little Beauty go free, not while there's still hope that she might be the one to end his decade-long curse... and with true love's kiss, return him to the Prince he once was.
Their story is one that begins with imprisonment - he in his monstrous body, she in a dungeon - but without this predicament, Beauty would never have met the Beast.
So we shall begin with what occurred on that fateful night when everything changed: when a lover was betrayed, a man deformed, and a castle shrouded in an enchantment...
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By Laura Collins on 01-13-15
What made the experience of listening to Beauty and the Beast: An Erotic Re-Imagining the most enjoyable?
The story line was great, and the narrator was easy to listen too.
Any additional comments?
Shoshanna Evers is a wonderful author, her characters are great and the story draws you right in. The narrator did a wonderful job and was easy to listen to, it draws you int.
15 of 16 people found this review helpful
By Jade Onyx on 11-20-14
Entertaining -- Drew Me Right In!
What did you love best about Beauty and the Beast: An Erotic Re-Imagining?
I've read this story way before I heard the audiobook. Next to the tight and quick-paced suspense that Shoshanna masterfully crafted, what I loved the most about this version is the animated voice of the narrator when personifying the characters!
Who was your favorite character and why?
I'm cheating. I'm choosing two characters--the antagonists in the story. They were hilarious! Today's modern version of a male cop coupled with a psych ward female, they both added to the suspense plaguing Beauty's father.
What about Christine Padovan’s performance did you like?
Her voice was clear -- no words slurred or hurried. Her personification of the characters was animated and easily drew me in.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Definitely laughed with the characterizations the narrator came up with to portray the different cast of people in the book!
Any additional comments?
Read it! Read the book first. Then listen to the audio version and you'll catch even more details, especially with the excellent narration!
14 of 15 people found this review helpful