Thursday, 1 September 2016
A retelling of Beauty and the Beast mixed with some shapeshiters and actors. Review of "The Beast within" by Tiffani Clark Kemp
A retelling of Beauty and the Beast including red roses. It however has a surprising twist to the story.
Insert a bit of shape shifters and a heavy dose of erotica. And you have a nice light read for a sunday afternoon.
What I hate however is a story that concludes in another book. This book leaves you with many many unsolved questions and as the reviews of the second book are not so good I am not willing to pay for something while I can have a quality story for the same price.
Advice to the writer. Combine your two novel and instead of one for free and one for 3 dollar make the whole package 1.99 and people will buy it and read it.
**Not for readers under the age of 18+. Contains language and adult situations.**
Gabriel Slade runs Hollywood with his gorgeous blue eyes and egregious temper. No one knows that underneath it all is a man with a frozen heart, cursed to become a beast at every full moon. For seven days he has no choice but to roam the earth as a vicious animal, until he meets a woman who can change it all.
Luna Grace has a hatred for everything Gabriel Slade stands for, but she doesn't even know what he looks like. When a chance encounter reveals feelings Luna never knew she harboured, it stands to reason that she would run.
Can Luna overcome her hatred and break the curse? Or will Gabriel's temper keep her from realizing her true feelings, dooming him to remain the beast forever?