The Beast Prince

The Beast Prince Lisa Tootles discovers than she expects when she steps through an enchanted doorway during a game of Manhunt with her cousins On the other side is a Prince that has been cursed Sharden is running out

  • Title: The Beast Prince
  • Author: S.E. Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lisa Tootles discovers than she expects when she steps through an enchanted doorway during a game of Manhunt with her cousins On the other side is a Prince that has been cursed Sharden is running out of time Cursed before he was even born, he waits by the doorway for the one the witch said could break the spell What he gets is a curvy human woman who doesn t haveLisa Tootles discovers than she expects when she steps through an enchanted doorway during a game of Manhunt with her cousins On the other side is a Prince that has been cursed Sharden is running out of time Cursed before he was even born, he waits by the doorway for the one the witch said could break the spell What he gets is a curvy human woman who doesn t have a clue that his world even existed, much less how to break a curse Join Lisa and Sharden as they discovered that it doesn t matter what you look like on the outside it is who you are on the inside that counts in this delightful fairy tale Bonus Free audiobook available For details visit sesmithfl books the fairy.

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      Published :2019-07-23T13:19:57+00:00

    2 thoughts on “The Beast Prince

    1. S.E Smith is a New York Times Twin Dragons and Dagger s Hope and 14 time USA TODAY Bestselling author of Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, and Paranormal Romance She brings action, adventure, and suspense filled romance stories to transport readers out of this world Sexy, funny, action packed Science fiction, Paranormal, Fantasy, and Contemporary stories with a twist Discover stories with a heart at sesmithfl.

    2. A mediocre retelling of BATB mix in with instaloveYeah Two days seem like enough time to fall completely in love with each other

    3. I have a desperate need for fairytales lately. This book was perfect to satisfy my need. What would it be better than my favourite fairytale "Beauty and the beast" seen from a different angle?Things I learned from this story (not that I did not already know them):-You can always twist everything into something positive.-A curse can be that powerful that when it is casted, it does not come without consequences.-Even beasts can be cute.

    4. Just a little too cookie cutter for me.Though its well written as all S.E. Smith books are, I much prefer her other books which are much less predictable.The ending was all a bit rushed as well. The plot points were also a bit unbelievable.

    5. Rating: 4I loved the idea for the story, I st wish it had been a little longer. I cannot wait for the next book.

    6. A young woman at a cottage party in York is taken to another world where she meets a prince cursed to become a werewolf. The rest is a straight inversion of the Shrek tale. Authors, please stop writing characters with one foot on either side of the Atlantic just to try to grab two markets. British readers are happy to read about Americans and Americans are happy to read about Brits. The tale has no requirement for this dual nationality or use from it whatsoever. Saying the girl was half German w [...]

    7. 1.5 starsThis book was SO strange and awkward. And definitely had less than 130 pages. I read it in 30 minutes and guess as a print book this novel had no more than 50 pages. Everything in this book happened over 3 to 4 days: eternal love, sex, curse breaking, adapting to a new world Yes, Lisa lived in our world and after the stumbled into the "magical forest" has no problem adpating to the new world. THIS was so unbelievable. Everything was unbelievable. The king and queen think nothings strang [...]

    8. I've enjoyed other stories by SE Smith, but this one didn't do it for me. First it is a shorter story, so it felt a good bit rushed. There aren't any major obstacles for the characters to overcome because the leading lady is so accepting of everything. Smith's normal world building isn't present for me either. I will happily buy other books from this author, but I think I'll stick with the longer stories. However, if you are looking for a very easy happy read, go for it. Sweet, not steamy, not e [...]

    9. The book was okay for me. As I have said before, I adore classic fairytales that are retold and make me look at it from a new angle. Beauty and the Beast is my favorite story since I was a little girl. I just wish this book was longer. It seemed rushed and as if we only brushed the surface of these characters. I enjoyed the writing style, I just think that I'd it was longer and got more in depth, it could have been a homerun. I do plan on reading more stories by this author though.

    10. Over doneI love this author, however, this book was just OK. The storyline is nothing new and very predictable. The Magical world is not defined very well and the things that happen are only vaguely explained. I expect more originality from this author.

    11. I really wanted to love this because I just love S.E. Smith's work. However, I was just disappointed the story was too cheesy for me. The story was okay but I think it could have used more time to develop.

    12. 3.5 stars **I received this book in exchnage for an honest review**Here is the link to my Book Talk!youtube/watch?v=Ha5SG

    13. 2*A really, really big MEH!There is a plethora of re-telling of Beauty and the Beast that rate from great to stinkers. This one belongs to a latter category.

    14. Not as good as her other storiesIt was decent but it felt rushed. I wish she had taken more time with the characters. Too bad. I usually like her books.

    15. It was okayI bought this book because SE Smith wrote it. I love her books, this one not so much. I had to push myself to finish it.

    16. A Great Twist to and Old Fairytale The consequences of the actions to both sides prior to the story taking place lead to the challenge of one woman who may very well be able to break the curse placed upon the son of the royal family who denied an old woman a little safety from the storm.

    17. Fun version of Beauty and the BeastFun story. I loved the interaction between Sharden and Lisa. I enjoyed the development of their relationship and how Lisa ended up fitting into the story. A great quick read.

    18. Una corta historia de la Bella y la BestiaMe hubiera fascinado si hubieran agregado más páginas para complementar el “amor” repentino de Lisa y Sharden. No soy de las que aman los amores sin fundamentos pero fue lo suficiente para que me animará a leerlo.

    19. Beauty and the BeastLove the version and the happy ever after. Everyone gets what they want and love and magic. What more could you ask for.

    20. An enjoyable read. This brief story is a delightful spin on the traditional tale of beauty and the beast.

    21. Short storyline, quite the fairytale like. Insta-love, insta-redemption. No novelty for me, which I'm surprised because I have read before this author.

    22. Love it. It's a quick read if you want to get your romance and fairy tale fix.I can't wait to see what else the author has up her sleeve.

    23. I love S.E. Smith but this is not good start to a new series. The story had an intriguing premise but a predictable path and in most cases the journey is still nice. This was not the case for the Beast Prince. it was well written but the story was very bleh. It's not a long story (50+ pages) so character development and plot twists aren't possible but I've read tales that offer a food story in a few pages. Maybe the future books will be longer and offer more story but this was not a great start. [...]

    24. Short storyThis is not a book. It's a short story that takes 20 minutes to read. I don't recommend it; it was unsatisfactory.

    25. The Beast Prince (the Fairy Tale Series Book 1)S E SmithSusan Smith like to write stories that tease and twist. This is a good example!The book opens to Lisa Tootle playing Manhunt in a hayfield. She really doesn’t want to sit around a campfire telling stories with the rest, so Lisa and the others decide to make life interesting by play a Manhunt. Only she doesn’t want to be found so soon, and wanders off down a path to get away. She finds a crumbled, run down building with a lighted archway [...]

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