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Rose Leigh Woods

28 Ratings
Avg - 3.82
Blackmailed by the Beast (MF) by Sam Crescent (Published by: Evernight Publishing )
$3.99
Categories: Contemporary , Rubenesque , May-December

This reviewer's rating: 5 - Outstanding

I was in the mood for a good contemporary Beauty and the Beast story, and this was it. The story was a good length with all of the elements that we love in this type of a story. The heroine was sweet even if she was just a bit too perfect at times. She let her half-sister stomp all over her. Her dad threw her to the beast so to speak to cover his own ass, and she never really stood up for herself. The mother was horrid for what seemed like no good reason until later when her issue with "Beauty" is revealed. The so called beast is a gruff man who does honestly care for her. He tries to hide it, but he's not that great at disguising his feelings. He pulls his beauty out of her shell. Yes, this book is worth the price, and it is a sweet, good feeling story.

Reviewed by: Rose Leigh Woods (Date: 06/06/2012)
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