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    I haven’t had this much fun with a PNR in a while

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy: Sometimes it’s fun to escape. Sometimes you want to read something that will make you smile, laugh, and feel warm and fuzzy inside. CUTIE AND THE BEAST is one of the super fuzzy books! If you love it when our world clashes with the world of fairies, dragons and magic, this book is for you. There are so many fun characters to love in CUTIE AND THE BEAST. Alun, the deformed psychiatrist “beast” , is a grumpy cursed fae warrior who helps supernatural creatures adapt to our world, even though he is only partially fitting in himself. When David arrives and adds much needed life to Alun’s grey office, he can no longer hide in the dark corners he’s made for himself. David brings cute vases, colourful coasters and his almost aggressively-bubbly personality. Alun’s clients love him and Alun starts to cave in too. With a mix of mythological characters, both good and evil, there is a lot to take in for both David and the readers. The book does a good job of keeping up though, with David even voicing the frustration with not knowing all the rules just before the reader gets too lost. "David glared at him, fists clenched at his sides so he wouldn’t give in to the urge to pop Alun one right in the schol. “That’s because nobody will fricking tell me the story. How many times do I have to say it? Ignorance does not equal safety. Ignorance equals ignorance, and that can get you just as dead.”" I’m so glad someone said it! There is always a place for secrets so dark they cannot be told in paranormal romance, but they do tend to drag on. Alun has two brothers who play a large role in the story and are super interesting characters. I was pleased to hear we’ll catch up with them in THE DRUID NEXT DOOR and BAD BOY’S BARD later this year. I haven’t had this much fun with a PNR in a while.

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