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    Haven works for a local news station. She presents the news every night on the TV. Recently, women have been attacked and they have scars on their face. Haven wants to report that story. One night, Haven is attacked. She has ugly, deep scars on her face and they hurt. Haven is afraid of people’s reactions, so she just stays inside her apartment. One day, Haven does go outside to visit her favorite bookstore. The owner of that bookstore recently died and his grandson, Quest, is now the owner. Quest doesn’t want to be the owner of the bookstore, but he’ll try it. Quest recognizes Haven and he doesn’t care about her scars. The very first meeting between Quest and Haven wasn’t very pleasant, but they slowly grow closer to each other when they get to know each other. Haven and Quest are great characters. Haven is smart, loving, sweet and genuine. She becomes stronger and more confident. Haven loves books. She loves going to the bookstore and she was close to Quest’s grandfather. She has a dream for that bookstore. Haven hates how she looks, but Quest makes her feel better and prettier. He doesn’t care how Haven looks. He wants to help her. Quest is broody and cold at first, but he slowly changes. He cares about Haven. I loved Don’t Look at Me. It’s emotional, beautiful and unique. This novel is about loving yourself, finding happiness at a place you don’t expect it and finding love with a person you don’t expect. Quest and Haven have changed each other’s life for the better. They don’t care about pasts or looks. They love unconditionally. Don’t Look at Me is based on the fairytale Beauty and the Beast. There were several elements I recognized, like the villain and the books and the ‘beast’. In this book the ‘beast’ is Haven and that’s a nice twist on the fairytale, because it are always the men that are the ‘beast’. I liked it that Haven wasn’t a ‘beast’ from the start, because I was wondering how and when she would become one and I could read the impact of that night on her life.

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