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Entreat Me

Entreat Me

4.7 11
by Grace Draven
Afflicted by a centuries-old curse, a warlord slowly surrenders his humanity and descends toward madness. Ballard of Ketach Tor holds no hope of escaping his fate until his son returns home one day, accompanied by a woman of incomparable beauty. His family believes her arrival may herald Ballard's salvation.

...until they confront her elder sister.


Afflicted by a centuries-old curse, a warlord slowly surrenders his humanity and descends toward madness. Ballard of Ketach Tor holds no hope of escaping his fate until his son returns home one day, accompanied by a woman of incomparable beauty. His family believes her arrival may herald Ballard's salvation.

...until they confront her elder sister.

Determined to rescue her sibling from ruin, Louvaen Duenda pursues her to a decrepit castle and discovers a household imprisoned in time. Dark magic, threatening sorcerers, and a malevolent climbing rose with a thirst for blood won't deter her, but a proud man disfigured by an undying hatred might. Louvaen must decide if loving him will ultimately save him or destroy him.

A tale of vengeance and devotion.

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Grace Draven is a Louisiana native living in Texas with her husband, kids, and a big doofus dog. She has loved storytelling since forever and is a fan of the fictional bad boy.

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Entreat Me 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
bookittyblog More than 1 year ago
Most of the time I drag my feet to write reviews. There're times when I can't write a review even if I enjoyed the book. And most of the time I feel ok with not writing a review and keep that little gem of a book a secret (I don't do this often). BUT with Entreat Me not writing a review isn't an option, because I want YOU and you and you to read this lovely book. I need you to add it to your Goodreads TBR list! Because it would be a shame for you to miss out on this unique re-telling of The Beauty and the Beast. This book is for you if you: -Love reading. That's it. Even if you are not a fantasy fan you'll enjoy Entreat Me because this book is more about the characters than anything else. And trust me, you'll fall in love with the heroine, Louvaen Duenda. I wanted to be her; I don't think I've ever said that before in a review. I loved Louvaen. I couldn't get enough of her honesty, and witty humor. She was an exceptional character, and I know that it will be a long time for me to find a character like Lou, and that makes me very sad. For me to be able to enjoy a book, it has to have great character. I knew a few chapters in that I was going to finish reading Entreat Me. To my surprise it had a great plot, and the pace was amazingly fast, which I was upset about because I didn't want to finish the book! It was like holding sand in my hands, impossible to hold on forever *sad face*. The romance melted my heart. Ballard was the cherry on top of this delicious sundae of a book. Even before the curse he wasn't perfect. I loved his character because of him, what he stood for, and pretty much everything that made him Ballard. I never imagined him as a beast with ripped abs and tall and blonde fur. Even Lou admits that he's not handsome. I think we need more of this in books. We need realistic heroines with a little bit of weight on them and maybe a big nose. And we need heroes that aren't body builders. I don't mind abs; I'm just in need of something new. And this book gave it to me. I hope that maybe I made you look into this book and maybe I convince you to give it a try. I think Entreat Me was amazing, and I hope it gets disgustingly popular because it deserves to be in every Best Sellers list. It truly does.
SabineSC More than 1 year ago
Thoroughly enjoyed this unique version of Beauty and the Beast, with a heroine who has a touch of Katharina from Taming of the Shrew! Beastly hero is no pretty boy with a scar, but appealingly real - flaws and all.
Silverwood More than 1 year ago
Entreat Me was a pleasant surprise. As my first introduction to author, Grace Draven, I had this on my to-read shelf for a bit. I purchased the novel on a whim due to the gorgeous cover art. I was pleased and intrigued to discover smaller sketches spread throughout the book to accompany the story. As you might have guessed, Entreat Me is an adult re-telling of Beauty and the Beast, with some "Taming of the Shrew" mixed in, and a refreshing change in perspective. Not only are there two heroines, sisters, one a true beauty, the other a shrewish widow; but there are two beasts as well. I was curious to see how Draven intended to pull that off, and was surprised and delighted with the result. While the ebook copy I purchased had several small errors here and there, otherwise this novel flows effortlessly. Description is a richly woven tapestry, filled with both savage and beautiful imagery alike. The characters, including a surly housekeeper and her lover, a persnikity magician, enrich and enlarge an otherwise predictable tale. Of course, the obvious Beauty and her Beast are delightful, revealing their imperfections over time. However the greatest delight in this moving, albeit humorous affair, is the "shrew" Louvaen and battle-worn Lord of the Manse, Ballard. Their constant back-and-forth dance and equal steel wits kept me on edge most of the novel. Perhaps the best thing about Entreat Me, besides the prose, was the occasionally larger-than-life cast of characters. Grace Draven has a true gift for casting her spell and pulling us deep into the world she has created. Often I forgot I was supposed to be reading a Beauty and the Beast re-telling because I was too caught up in the relationships and swooning over Ballard along with Louvaen. A must-read for a true fan of fantasy and not-so-perfect fairy tales.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
We all know the story of beauty and the beast. True love breaks the spell. In this case it takes alot more to break this curse inflicted by the hate of a very bitter dying woman. And it's not just one beauty that has to love a beast but a pair of sisters so different and yet so alike. I couldn't put it down. In a few reviews you'll read that Louvaen just pissed off readers with her shrew ish attitude but I didn't find that the case. I loved her backbone and spirit and I laughed alot at what she said and the reactions of the people around her. The only thing I wish was different about this was *SPOILER- That instead of her dad filling the bad guy it was Louvaen or Ballard. Other than that I can't gush enough about this book!!!! I will definitely be reading it again.
AntiqueBookLover More than 1 year ago
Fantastic book. I rarely leave reviews, but I had to leave one for Entreat Me. Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read several, and they always rank with my favorites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh my goodness this book was wonderful! I actually bought it right after I bought master of crows by the same author because I loved the other story so much. Anyway this story kept me hooked and for someone who was of the opinion of well beauty and the beast its been done so no suprises. I can admit I was pleasantly wonderfully suprised by the depth of the characters and I was totally on the ride with them. I cried and smiled happily during the coarse of the book it was a good fantasy book that was well rounded though I'm coming to find out that is just the awesome style of this writer she puts a little of everything in her books. The dark tortured hero and the brave heroine made me want a HEA for the couple more than any book has in a long time at least for me, as for what happens u will have to read to find out. Enjoy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a new twist on a old story. I loved it. If you like Jennifer Blackstream you will like this story. I thought this was better than Master of Crows although I like that one also.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great twist on a classic fairytale
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happyendingamust More than 1 year ago
Excellant retelling of Beauty and the Beast with a lovely twist.