Before Beauty: A Retelling of Beauty and the Beast

Before Beauty: A Retelling of Beauty and the Beast
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When the destiny of the kingdom hangs in the balance, can an accursed, embittered prince and a broken beauty find love in time to save it all?
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About the Book

Prince Everard’s father spent the boy’s youth forging the prince into a warrior. Upon the king’s death, however, Everard realizes he’s lost himself somewhere along the way, and in his pain, makes a decision that brings a dark curse upon both him and the great Fortress that has so long guarded the people of Destin.

The prince’s sin doesn’t simply affect those of his citadel, however. Isa, the daughter of a local merchant, has suffered the prince’s hasty temper before, and it changed her life forever. When Everard’s final outburst cuts off his people’s source of protection with the curse, he demands that she, a crippled commoner, come to help him break it. All the while, Destin’s northern enemy crouches at the foot of the Fortress’s mountain, waiting for the right moment to capture the stronghold that has stood for a thousand years.

With the freedom of Destin at stake, can both Everard and Isa find ways to move beyond their brokenness and hatred for one another, not only to break the curse, but to find love as well? Or will they and their beloved kingdom remain under darkness forever?

Before Beauty, the first book in the Becoming Beauty Trilogy, is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast. It is also the first book in the Classical Kingdoms Collection, a series of clean fairy tales retold to return readers to the long lost world of magic and destiny. Rediscover today the fairy tales that taught you to wonder as a child.

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