Release Blitz · Review

His Beauty by Sofia Tate

It’s time for this beast to finally claim his beauty.
His Beauty by Sofia Tate is NOW LIVE!

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Review by Candy:

His Beauty is a different version of Beauty and the Beast and I loved it! Sofia thank you for being able to release this one ❤ Definite must read!!
This was a fall in love read from the beginning and was a different version of Beauty and the Beast. Lily has lost here job (sorta) and must find a part time job to supplement her income of a now part-time teacher. She searches and finds a cleaning job that well compensates. Her boyfriend isn’t pleased and really shows no support. Reed comes from a societal background so things beneath a certain status just aren’t worth it.
Grayson is needing a house cleaner and is the person that Lily answers the add for. The reclusive he is only has his art to make him happy and Emilia (family friend) and that was fine until Lily comes along and challenges him. He thinks about nothing but her and his sculptures he creates.
Can these two forge a friendship that may turn into more as the story goes or will Grayson stay a recluse and be alone?
Sofia this was a fantastic story of a fairy-tale. You have strong characters that for sure are lovable. Lily has a heart of gold and Grayson has a heart that needs healing. The way you brought this story to life is just what a modern day fairy-tale could be like if fairy-tales were real. You gave this story a diversity that is still alive today with the looking different and the children of Lily’s ESL class. The story flows nicely and keeps you reading and wanting. I like the telling starting with Lily’s point of view then progressing with Grayson’s point of view.  5 Stars!

BLURB:

Fans of New York Times bestselling authors Samantha Young, Sylvia Day, and E. L. James won’t want to miss this modern—and deliciously wicked—take on a classic fairy tale . . .

She never should have come here. Twice a week, Lily Moore comes to work for me, stealing my breath with her light and beauty and sweetness. She doesn’t know the dangerous path she’s on. All she knows is that I am a reclusive artist living on a crumbling estate. That I am scarred, broken by life. A beast . . .

Lily ignites a hunger unlike anything I’ve known, one that could shatter the isolated world I live in. Even as I see the same longing for me in her oh-so-blue eyes, I know she belongs to another—one who does not deserve her. But it’s just a matter of time before the tension between us breaks. For this beast will have what he desires. To hell with the consequences. This is my world . . . and I will claim my beauty.

About Sofia

Growing up in Maplewood, New Jersey, Sofia was the good girl who went to Catholic school and never misbehaved. If only the nuns could see her now – writing contemporary erotic romance with smoking hot heroes, strong heroines, and lots of naughty words!

Once a month, she watches “North and South” with Richard Armitage because she loves hearing him say, “Look back. Look back at me.” She is also slightly obsessed with European royals and reruns of “Battle of the Network Stars” every Monday night on ESPN Classic.

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