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Everyone knows the stories, but what if they went a little differently?Beau Merchant is your average twenty-something college kid, living at home with two obnoxious brothers and a quietly grieving mother. That is until a simple favor for Mom turns into a broken leg and an extended stay at a castle out of time and place, first patient and then prisoner of a strange female cEveryone knows the stories, but what if they went a little differently?Beau Merchant is your average twenty-something college kid, living at home with two obnoxious brothers and a quietly grieving mother. That is until a simple favor for Mom turns into a broken leg and an extended stay at a castle out of time and place, first patient and then prisoner of a strange female creature......

Title : sub rosa turnabout tale 1
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ISBN : 15865735
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 596 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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sub rosa turnabout tale 1 Reviews

  • A.L. Butcher
    2018-11-16 16:14

    Short and sweet:) This is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast - with a twist. I fell it could have done with being a wee bit longer but it was fun for a short read and quite cleverly executed. The main characters were interesting, and pretty different - one modern and one trapped in the past. The twist really worked, and made the outcome more poignant. Only a couple of things niggled - it felt a little rushed and was a bit choppy and some of the other characters could have been fleshed out more. That said it WAS a short story.Overall well done, and I'll be looking out for more from this author.

  • Steph Bennion
    2018-12-10 16:24

    I liked it: this was a quick, light-hearted read. The modern touches to the traditional Beauty and the Beast storyline were nice (I liked the audio book), as was the small twist around the expected gender roles. However, I couldn't thinking that I expected something more. I blame the British pantomime tradition for that, which is madly inventive when it comes to retellings of classic fairy tales.