The Beast in Beauty

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The title "The Beast in Beauty" is a play on the old fairytale we all know, but in this rendition, the beast isn't your typical unfortunate male character who stupidly gets himself cursed. In this story, the beast is a female, or rather a pair of females, and the unfortunate prince is very disinclined to letting a curse, or anyone, get the better of him. See content warning in long description. More

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Words: 17,900
Language: English
ISBN: 9781927397145
About K.M. Frontain

I am an anglophone writer in Quebec province, Canada. I like to write epic fantasy with romantic elements and particularly enjoy stories of relationships between men, though this is not my only reading interest. My published stories often have glbtq content.

The Soulstone Chronicles blurb: An enigmatic deity reborn as a human being has been enslaved to work the downfall of the religious sects governing a coastal crescent of his world, but nothing can contain this perilous individual forever, not the memory-crippling blackness of death, the ominous earth goddess who seeks to recapture him, or the powerful spell that binds his soul to a stone.

The chronological order of the series is as follows: Bound in Stone, The Gryphon Taint, The Disposition of Ashes, The Redemption of Tehlm Sevet. Future sets are planned: The Sun Bane, The Apostate God, and Hell Walker.

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Review by: Tressa Green on May 24, 2012 :
As the description says, this isn't your typical fairy tale. Nor is this a fluffy, cotton candy twist on the old tales. This is gritty and in your face, and I wouldn't want it any other way.

The werewolves in this story are ferocious animals and act as such; which is as should be. But beneath the explicit sex and violence is a human story - this first installment lays the groundwork for deep exploration of themes about love and loyalty.

K.M. is in top form with this introduction to a rich world that begs further inspection. I'm eagerly looking forward to discovering what lies ahead.
(reviewed 34 days after purchase)

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