“For your vanity, your cruelty, and your cold unfeeling heart, a curse I leave upon you . . .”My Review:
What happens if the beauty is also the beast?
The stunning Beatrice Cavanaugh is considered American royalty. She has everything except the ability to love. Cursed on her eighteenth birthday, she becomes more beastly than ever, having a newfound craving for raw meat, and an undeniable yearning for the night. Bitterness is her only companion.
After accusing a maid of stealing, a disgustingly kind and exquisitely handsome guy named Adam shows up asking Beatrice to drop the charges against his mother.
Infuriated by his goodness, Beatrice vows to break him. Destroy him. Make him hurt the way she hurts. So she agrees. On one condition: Adam must take his mother’s place as a servant in the mansion.
Because Beatrice won’t stop until he’s more beastly than she is.
As a huge fan of RaShelle's, I always look forward to reading her books and this one was no different. I loved her take on Beauty & the Beast and couldn't stop reading it once I started. Beatrice the main character in the novel starts out as a beastly brat...spoiled rotten and could care less what anyone else thinks. I personally hated her to start with, I mean who wouldn't?? but as the story progresses and Bea learns more about the curse, you find yourself softening up to her. I enjoyed reading about Professor Pops again as he is a delightful character and you have to love Cole and Tray :)
I highly recommend this book as it's a great start to what I'm seeing as a fantastic series!