Beauty and the Werewolf (A Tale of the Five Hundred Kingdoms)

Beauty and the Werewolf (A Tale of the Five Hundred Kingdoms)

Mercedes Lackey


The eldest daughter is frequently doomed in fairy stories. yet Bella—Isabella Beauchamps, daughter of a prosperous merchant—vows to flee the standard pitfalls.

Anxious to prevent the normal direction, Bella dons a purple cloak and ventures into the forbidden wooded area to refer to with "Granny," the neighborhood wisewoman. yet at the method domestic she's attacked through a wolf—who seems to be a cursed nobleman. Secluded in his fortress, Bella is torn among her relatives and this unusual guy who creates great innovations and makes her laugh—when he is not howling on the moon.

Bella understands all too good that breaking spells isn't effortless. yet a decided good looks, a wizard (after all, he is in basic terms an occasional werewolf) and a bit Godmotherly interference may well simply manage to result in a cheerful ending.…

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