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His Beauty

  

His Beauty
Sofia Tate
May 8th 2018

 

Fans of New York Times bestselling authors Samantha Young, Sylvia Day, and E. L. James won’t want to miss this modern—and deliciously wicked—take on a classic fairy tale . . .

She never should have come here. Twice a week, Lily Moore comes to work for me, stealing my breath with her light and beauty and sweetness. She doesn’t know the dangerous path she’s on. All she knows is that I am a reclusive artist living on a crumbling estate. That I am scarred, broken by life. A beast . . .

Lily ignites a hunger unlike anything I’ve known, one that could shatter the isolated world I live in. Even as I see the same longing for me in her oh-so-blue eyes, I know she belongs to another—one who does not deserve her. But it’s just a matter of time before the tension between us breaks. For this beast will have what he desires. To hell with the consequences. This is my world . . . and I will claim my beauty.

 

 

 

The plot of “His Beauty” by Sofia Tate can only be predictable – no spoiler here – because anything that relates to the classic fairy tale has to follow a certain rule. And therefore I think I do not need to say anything else about the plot.

Still the author has her own way of telling the story and it is a moving one.

 

While I can NOT agree with the blurb that compares this book to Sylvia Day & EL James– because I can not see the special details in this novel – especially when it comes to EL James. I might agree on the comparison to Samantha Young.

 

The story is told in a well developed way and its characters are moving but there was a tiny spark missing to the plot for me. I could not feel the devastation from the male character and for that kind of novel, this is of great importance to me. Therefore, I am not able to give the book a full 5 star rating.

 

 

 

 

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