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Publisher Description

"I love this Beauty and the Beast story that Skye Warren has crafted. She puts a twist to this classic tale that makes it different and deliciously erotic." - Nina's Literary Escape

Once upon a time there was a beautiful college student...

Erin cleans Mr. Morris's house twice a week to pay her tuition. The reclusive ex-soldier intimidates her, but she can't help but feel sympathy for him. Then she walks in on him touching himself, and she has much darker, much more sensual feelings.

And a beastly professor with scars he can't hide...

Blake Morris knows he's scarred both inside and out. He's reclusive and surly. Nowhere near good enough for the smart and beautiful young woman who cleans his house.

He receives an offer to return to his alma mater as an associate professor. This is his chance to reenter the world--and to be worthy of the woman he dreams about. He never expected to see her sitting in his classroom on the first day of the semester. 

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Author's Note: This book was previously published as a serial in multiple parts, including Beauty Touched the Beast, Beneath the Beauty, and Broken Beauty. They've been collected into this volume and revised for new readers.

BEAUTY AND THE PROFESSOR is the first book in A Modern Fairy Tale duet.

April 23
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Customer Reviews

Travelqueen77 ,


It’s was good. I struggled trying to tell who said what, but I loved the story.

daisymae1990 ,

It’s one of three

I liked the book but am so tired of these different authors doing these three part books. It’s such an irritation. I am not spending more money on more books to get to the end. Just wasn’t that good to want to pay for more.

Kimbo1216 ,

Abrupt cliffhanger ending

Ending made no sense. Came out of nowhere. Annoyed I didn’t realize this wasn’t a full story.

Also, I seriously doubt the use of “anyways” by a grad student and someone with a professor. The use of this word is a pet peeve of mine, but especially when used by characters that probably wouldn’t ever add an unnecessary s to a word without it being ironic.

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