Contemporary, Reviews, Romance

/ ARC-Book Review / Blackmailed by the beast / Georgia Le Carre /



Release Date-25th January 2018
Genre-Contemporary Romance
Kindle Edition

When I was a child my favourite fairytale was Beauty And The Beast. I dreamed of sacrificing myself for my father, and bravely going to an enchanted castle to live with the Beast. There I gently kissed the beast and transformed him into a handsome Prince.

Now, I’m an adult, and it appears I have somehow wandered into the enchanted mansion of a beast. He is cold and harsh and cannot be transformed with a gentle kiss, but strangely, I don’t want to transform him. 
Every single atom in my body, from the tips of my hair to the soles of my feet vibrates, throbs, and calls for my beast to take me … again and again.

Soon the whole world will know my name … but first I have a distraction to deal with. The matter of a manipulative lying little thief.

When I catch up with her, those bright, scheming eyes try their best to work their magic on me. Somebody should have told Chelsea Appleby no one steals from Thorne Blackmore.

She tells me she will pay me back. She is sorry. She wants more time. The problem is I don’t actually need the money back. What I need is to punish her. To possess and own every beautiful inch of her body.

I want to leave my mark on her delicate English skin. Forever.

This is a full length standalone with no cheating and guaranteed HEA. Includes bonus content.

Blackmailed by the beast by Georgia Le Carre
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

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I have read a lot of Georgia Le Carre and I usually love her work but I have to admit this one wasn’t my favourite.
It wasn’t awful it was just an OK read for me.
First, that synthesis was a real puller only problem was it had little to do with the actual plot here.
Blackmailed by the beast was a bit of a mish-mash that sometimes worked but at other times left me scratching my head in confusion.
A lot of issues I found here were just inserted into the story and then not tied up so overall this felt at times finished and unmessy.
I’m assuming the final words here were to leave a bit of an opening for maybe a second book.
So maybe that’s why there seemed to be holes in the storyline.
I’ll give you an example Chelsea gets warned off by an ex-girlfriend, don’t get to cosy she said.
Well, we never hear from this girl again.
There’s a lot more of the same throughout.
I did like this but didn’t love it.
I think the main reason was that it wasn’t quite what I thought it to be and I found it to be a lot shorter than what I was initially expecting.
It still found this entertaining and I did finish so that’s a plus.
Blackmailed by the beast by Georgia Le Carre is currently free on KU

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