The Beauty and Beast E

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
All Jill wants is a calm wellness evening in the secure environment of her bath to recuperate from an exhausting week at work. However, fate intervenes in the form of an attractive neighbor . . . This hilarious & romantic short story will make you laugh out loud. It also includes a preview for another contemporary romance, set in Italy.
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About Beate Boeker

Beate Boeker is a USA Today bestselling author with a passion for books that brim over with mischief & humor. She writes sweet sophisticated romantic fiction and mysteries, many of them set in beautiful Italy. Her novels were shortlisted for several awards (Golden Quill Contest, the National Readers' Choice Award, 'Best Indie Books of 2012').
She's a global marketing manager with a degree in International Business Administration, and her daily experience in marketing provides her with a wide range of fodder for her novels, be it hilarious or cynical.
Widely traveled, she speaks German, English, French, and Italian and lives in the North of Germany together with her husband and daughter. While 'Boeker' means 'books' in a German dialect, her first name Beate can be translated as ‘Happy’ . . . and with a name that reads ‘Happy Books’, what else could she do but write novels with a happy ending?
You can learn more about Beate at her website

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Review by: Julia AT on Jan. 31, 2013 :
Really cute! Liked how the embarassing situation is resolved.
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Review by: Amaryllis Holloway-Turman on May 9, 2012 :
Funny short story with a twist as to who is the beauty and who is the beast.
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Review by: Jutzie on April 12, 2012 :
Cute short story. Anyone who has ever tried one of those beauty masks can definitely relate to Jill and her night of "wellness".
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Review by: Renee Pippens on Feb. 24, 2012 :
My seventeen year old daughter really enjoyed your story 'The Beauty and the Beaste.'
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Review by: Jessica Hillgrove on Dec. 5, 2011 :
This is a good beginning but was cut short.
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