Summary

Pepper Pace's interracial fairytale is the story of Beast, a marine with a destroyed face; and a plus-sized beauty who has identity issues. A lesson learned is that beauty is not just what is shown on the outside. In this romance taken from the Beauty and the Beast fairytale, Pepper makes you question: "Who is the beauty and who is the beast?" This story contains sexually explicit content and language.
©2013 Kim Chambers (P)2014 Kim Chambers
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3 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 11-07-14

Great story, but oh the narration.

I read this story a couple years ago and loved it. I was excited that Pepper's books are finally starting to be recorded; however, the narration left a lot to be desired. I notice that quite a few words were mispronounced and that can get a bit distracting. Other than that, I enjoyed the book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By k on 20-06-14

Monsterous

I Love this book SOOO much and the characters in it, that it was a real disappointment to hear it done such a disservice by this narrator. It was really hard to listen to. I'm so glad I'd read the book before this purchase otherwise I believe I would have missed out on a really good book. I wonder if this was Ms. Garth first time narrating. It was hard to tell which characters were speaking, the inflections of the words were off, it was read with almost no emotion, and some words mispronounced. I am not a writer nor a critic, however I think in order to this book justice I think it needs to be reread by a different narrator.

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