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.
Lily Moore was never one to give up. When her job as a school teacher becomes the victim of budget cuts, she scours her small community for another way to pay the bills.
As if by magic, she answers an ad for part-time house cleaner in the mysterious mansion nestled in the mountains. The work is relatively easy and pay is exceptional, but it’s her employer that intrigues her most of all.
Grayson Shaw’s art always spoke directly to her heart and there are whispers around town about the reclusive genius. They say that he’s horribly disfigured and that he only wants to be left alone. But what they don’t know is that the man underneath the scars is as passionate as his sculptures – and Lily can’t help but fall helplessly under his spell.
Against all odds, they’ll discover together exactly who is the beauty and who is the beast.
All I know about Grayson Shaw is what I’ve discovered over the years on the Internet. From a wealthy local family, he is an alumnus of Ashby, although I’ve never found his name listed in any yearbook. He’s had exhibits of his work all over the world, but never attends any of them. I don’t even know how old he is, but I almost feel closer to him than I do to Reed, my college sweetheart, the man I plan to marry someday.
His Beauty is a refreshingly contemporary take on one of the most beloved of fairy tales. Sofia Tate somehow manages to effortlessly combine both the magical and the modern. And all the while, she breathes life into each of the characters with her whip smart humor and a deep sense of soul.
Filled with art, music and just enough heat to keep you toasty warm during a Catskills winter – this is a love story that will have you completely bewitched from beginning to end...
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