Review for Beauty and the Beast by Vivienne Savage

Princess Anastasia Rose dreams of attending school, but her plans are put on hold when war begins between her father and the beastly lord of a nearby castle in the mountains.
Prince Alistair isn't an ordinary dragon. He's a shifter afflicted by a curse, unable to become human again until he finds his true love. When a mortal king's adventurers trespass in Alistair's territory to steal a rare flower, the prince decides to steal a valuable prize of his own.

Undertake a magical journey in Vivienne Savage's new romantic fantasy series loosely based on the lore of multiple fairy tales. Meet strong heroines supported by a cast of sexy heroes, intriguing friends, and devious villains.

Author's Note: This is a magical retelling of the beloved tale written for an adult audience. Reader discretion is advised.Now includes an excerpt from Vivienne's new hit urban fantasy romance, Impractical Magic.

My Review

Vivienne Savage's "Beauty and the Beast" is a great standalone read. The mythology is pretty interesting. I love the enchanted castle that gives out whatever they desire. Anastasia and Alistair have such a neat courtship. I liked the ending a lot...a major crescendo to the finish line there. I will definitely check this author out again.

4.5 out of 5 stars


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