Darling Beast

Darling Beast

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Apollo Greaves, Viscount Kilbourne, who has been falsely accused of murder, escapes from Bedlam and hides out in the ruins of an old theater until actress Lily Stump moves in and passion sparks between them.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Publishing
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781455586325
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Nov 30, 2014

Not a particularly exciting read. The romance was lukewarm with no lasting impression. There was a bit of a transitioning problem in the storyline as events unfolded rather abruptly.

The story seemed recycled as I've already read a story by a famous HR author of a wrongly accused aristocrat and a character with two different coloured eyes this year. Coincidence or is it something talked over beforehand? I'm imagining the author puling out little paper pieces from a box with characteristics written on them to make up the story, the entire thing seems put together with as many quirks as possible.

I found The Minotaur mini story more enjoyable and the scenes with Phoebe and Trevillion throughout the book and in the next book's premise had me more excited than the entire book of Darling Beast. Though I'm a little put off that the blind, fat girl is to be together with the lame man their personalities are wonderfully different and the friction between them is sure to set something on fire (hopefully me ;-) ).


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