The Beast Within: A Tale of Beauty’s Prince

Reminder: This review is of a series and not an individual book. While I will write a synopsis for each book, I will do my best to not give away blatant spoilers. With that being said, the end of one book more or less is the start of another, so information from the end of the previous book may play a role in the plot of the next book, thus I have to give away the spoiler. Read the synopsis at your own discretion.

The Prince has always had everything handed to him. He has never had to work to get girls to like him and never had to worry about the staff around him. But when he begins to see Circe, a pig farmer’s daughter, he feels like he was cheated. However, Circe is the sister to the Odd Sisters, which leads to them cursing him and his palace. As the Prince becomes the Beast, he slowly falls down a spiral until he can find the woman who will help him break his curse. Although the Odd Sisters will do whatever it takes to prevent that from happening.

In the first book, the Odd Sisters did play a role, but a lot of it was in big part was from the Queen. However, in this one, the Sisters play a much bigger role towards his Villain backstory. I also wasn’t expecting the Prince and Gaston being best friends, that was quite the surprise, but Valentino does a very good job of making it work with the original story.

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