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Publisher's Summary

She found her happy ending, or did she?
Isabel
It was like a fairy tale. A handsome misunderstood prince with more money than he knew what to do with, and he wanted her. A plain bookworm with a penchant for numbers. She should be happy, right? Then why couldn't she get that cocky grin out of her head and her heart?
Jason
He made a mistake. We all make them. But this one cost him the only woman he ever loved. Now she's with him. A monster hiding behind a pretty face and fancy words. He won't let him have her even if it means becoming a beast himself.
©2016 Erin Bedford (P)2017 Erin Bedford
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5 out of 5 stars
By Stephanie Pittser on 12-01-17

This should have been the original story

So awesome! I just love this twist on Beauty and the Beast. The steaminess and the bit of thriller in the story make for such a wonderful story. I adore the ending. This should have been the original story!!!

Kale and Lisa did an awesome job narrating. I've listened to several male/female narrations, but this one is unique. I kinda liked how they did each chapter entirely on their own and made the voices for everyone in them. But at the same time I really prefer when the voices are intermingled in each chapter.

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3 out of 5 stars
By DJ Burns on 05-18-18

humans growl

when you write a story that involves both ware wolves and humans, it makes better sense to save the word "growl" for the wolves, not the humans. the first one or two times it was used in human context could be overlooked. but the constant use of it was irritating.

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