But when Bryony is caught in a snowstorm and takes refuge in an abandoned manor, she stumbles into a house full of dark enchantments. Is the Beast that lives there her captor, or a fellow prisoner? Is the house her enemy or her ally? And why are roses blooming out of season in the courtyard?
Armed only with gardening shears and her wits, Bryony must untangle the secrets of the house before she-or the Beast-are swallowed by them.
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About the Author
Justine Eyre has turned her passion for reading and remarkable facility with accents into her dream career. This classically trained, multilingual actress has narrated well over 400 audiobooks and has been honored to receive a coveted Audie Award and multiple AudioFile Earphones Awards.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
If you love fairytales and books but are getting tired of perfect roses when there are so many other plants to appreciate here's a retelling of Beauty and the Beast for you.
Gone is the damsel in distress with stockholm syndrome. The writing is witty and sarcastic all the way through but still manages to be genuine and heartfelt. I recommend any bool by this author if you enjoy no nonsense fairytale heroines with more practical talents than prettiness.