by Ruby Dixon
Released: April 13th 2017
“…it was sweet and sexy…”
~ Under the Covers
Every year a girl from every village must go to the Harvest Festival, where one of them is chosen to venture in to the dark forest and meet her fate at the hands of the Beast. The Beast was once a handsome prince but who now has a spell upon him so he is now monstrous to look upon. Willow knows that she will be picked this year to go to the Beast. Unlike the other girls though she is determined to break the curse and free herself and the Beast. All she has to do is not look upon the Beast in the first three days of her arrival, no matter how much he tempts her, she must not look and she cannot tell him why. Only then will the spell be broken.
Another day, another fairy tale retelling, this novella is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast. I am normally fairly indifferent to fairy tale retellings, however, I love Ruby Dixon so I picked it up and not surprisingly I liked it.
Like all Dixon books it was sweet and sexy, by Willow covering her eyes she wasn’t fooled by the Beast’s exterior and only felt the man. A very sexy man who she had been having some very racy dreams about and was ready to make those dreams into reality, even if she has to do it with her blindfold on so she should break the curse and have her happily ever after.
We all know where this story goes, however, I was happy to be along for the ride. This sexy short is bound to heat up a cold night and introduce you to Ruby Dixon’s style, I recommend you give it a go.
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Annnnnd I will stop myself there, before I start waxing lyrical about my love of historical romance and fantasy as well; no one needs to know about my elf fantasies. As you can tell, I adore and day dream about most romance genres, and my three big loves are 1) reading about romance 2) writing about romance and 3) talking about romance with my gals. Which, is why I love Under the Covers so much, I get all my bookish needs satisfied and don’t get judged when I talk about my favourite characters like they are real people. Which they are right?
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