Saturday, January 28, 2017

Enchant: Beauty and the Beast Retold by Demelza Carlton (Romance a Medieval Fairytale #1)

Enchant: Beauty and the Beast Retold
by Demelza Carlton

Series: Romance a Medieval Fairytale Book - Book 1
Publisher: Lost Plot Press (January 5, 2017)
Publication Date: January 5, 2017
Genre: Fairytale Romance Retelling
Print Length: 143 pages
Available from: Amazon
 
A beastly prince. An enchanting beauty. Only love can break the spell.
Once upon a time...
The wicked King Thorn forced the enchantress Zuleika to cast a terrible curse. She fled his court to travel the world, helping those who need her magic most. Until a search for her merchant father's lost ships leads her to an enchanted island, where Prince Vardan, the island's ruler, is afflicted by the most powerful curse Zuleika has ever encountered. She's not sure she can reverse the spell, but she's determined to try. After all, a prince who fights pirates can't be all bad...no matter how beastly his appearance.
Together, can the enchanting beauty and the beastly prince break the spell?

  
 Enchant: Beauty and the Beast Retold by Demelza Carlton (Romance a Medieval Fairytale #1)

Demelza Carlton has a way with creating a fresh fantasy out of a plain piece of paper and her wicked-awesome imagination! ENCHANT: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST RETOLD is truly a fairytale romance, but while the Beast may be ugly on the outside, his heart is pure gold on the inside, as is the young enchantress whose enchanted mirror further cursed him.

King Thorn, a man more hideous on the inside than out, forced young Zuleika to create a curse in exchange for her family’s lives, then tormented her with the vilest of acts. Escaping this monster, she used her powers to aid others until she vowed to her father to save his fortune and his good name by uncovering the pirates who stole his ships and his precious cargo. It was that quest that brought her to an enchanted island and into the company of a man cursed to live as a beast. A man she would learn is the brother of King Thorn. Had she played a part in Vardan’s torment? As brother to a monster, was he not a monster, too or was this man filled with more integrity and caring than the most beautiful of faces?

Together they will discover if true love can break the spell on the beastly prince of if, with true love, it really doesn’t matter.

A sweet tale of love, fate and magic all carefully woven into a tapestry of storytelling that rivals the original. Demelza Carlton has given fantasy and fairytales a new look, a fresh take, while keeping all of the enchantment alive with her words! As a fan of Ms. Carlton’s previous works I am not surprised at her ability to enrapture her readers with her words.



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