If you’re a fan of Bella Andre, Lora Leigh, Maya Banks, Jaci Burton, and Shayla Black, and you love all those wonderful fairytale romances, then don’t miss Beauty or the Bitch, a sexy contemporary retelling of the fairy tale Beauty and the Beast.
Reporter Dexter King is about to get the story of a lifetime. Shelby Stewart was the hottest rising star in Hollywood until suddenly, she was cursed. Retreating to her mountain hideaway, far from that fairy tale life, she hasn’t been seen in ten years. Now Dex will ferret out the truth behind her fall from Hollywood grace. But will he find a beauty? Or a bitch?
“Beauty or the Bitch” is a contemporary romance novella of approximately 25,000 words.
This book contains the following bonus material: Excerpts from “Dead To The Max”, Book 1, Max Starr series, “Revenge Sex”, and “Double The Pleasure” by Jasmine Haynes.
[Previously published in 2003 in the anthology Ain’t Your Mama’s Bedtime Stories]
REVIEWS FOR JASMINE HAYNES NOVELS
“An erotic, emotional adventure of discovery you don’t want to miss.” Lora Leigh, New York Times bestselling author
“A wonderfully emotional re-telling of the old favorite.” A Romance Review
“I was truly moved by the time I reached the end of Beauty or the Bitch and won't forget it for a very long time.” Sensual Romance Reviews
About the Author
Jasmine Haynes, Rita Finalist for Somebody’s Lover, plus two-time Holt Medallion and National Readers Choice Award winner, is the author of over 30 classy, erotic romance tales. Look for more in the West Coast series coming soon. Of course, she’s also the author of the award-winning Max Starr psychic mystery series. And don’t miss her writing as Jennifer Skully, KOD Daphne award-winning author, bringing you poignant tales peopled with hilarious characters that will make you laugh and make you cry. Visit her website at www.jasminehaynes.com and blog at www.jasminehaynes.blogspot.com.
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For being a short story and a sexual filled book, this story actually has a decent plot that could have very well carried itself into a longer book.
Beauty and the beast is my favorite fairy tale and while there are some parallels it is a little far fetched story otherwise.