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    Really good read

    I love a good retelling of beauty and the beast so Kiya and St. John's book was a perfect read for me. After losing her dad Kiya finds herself alone with no job and needing somewhere to live so when she sees a wanted sign for St.Johns Housekeeper she jumps at the chance, he is scarred and a recluse and leaves her instructions in notes so that she does not see him but having her there makes him realise how lonely he is but will she run when she see's him.
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    A lovely Retelling of Beauty and the Beast.

    After an accident St. John has become a bitter and reclusive man needing a housekeeper he hires Kiya. It is a beautiful romance with some lovely heart-warming and tearful moments. I really like Ellie Gray writing this story has a great flow and so well written. I loved the book and I highly recommend it. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.
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    Good story

    Not my favorite retelling. The Beast went Jekyll/Hyde too often and too quickly for my liking. I know he was hurt and scared, but still... When he wasn't being beastly, he, along with all of the other characters were very likable. Well, except for the one we weren't meant to like. That the main characters couldn't figure out how the other felt seemed plausible, even though everyone else saw it.

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