Her Beast by Sam Crescent


Her Beast by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (106 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

He’s never been a good man…

Hope Miller has been through a lot. After being trapped in a basement, witnessing her mother’s murder by her father, then being shot, too, before her father killed himself, she’s not the most normal girl. But she has a plan—she’ll graduate high school, move out of town, and leave the memories behind. Part of this plan means tutoring other students, which brings her to the Carsons’ home.

Beast Carson has tortured, maimed, and killed, all in the name of business. But seeing the curvy woman in his library, he’s instantly intrigued. She’s his nephew’s tutor, and way too young for him. Determined to give Hope a new life, Beast promises her a future that she can’t say no to. There’s no denying they want each other, and when Hope asks him to teach her, he can’t refuse.

Lessons soon turn into something more, and Hope knows she can’t walk away from this man, even though her plans say otherwise. But Beast holds a secret that could tear Hope away from him. When she learns the truth will she stay? He’s her Beast, and he’ll fight to keep what’s his.

I enjoyed this steamy romance from Sam Crescent.

The author did such a wonderful job on the characters in this one. Beast Carson was a force to be reckoned with but he fell for Hope right from the beginning. He knew all about her painful past, and the secret part he had unwittingly played, yet he was hopelessly drawn to the much younger woman. Hope was so much more than she seemed at first. She was sassy and brave. I do believe that Hope might be my favorite Sam Crescent heroine yet.

This book had a strong plot that engaged this reader with the characters and all that they had withstood. The story had a liquid pace and the other central characters, Caleb and Dwayne, were enigmatic. I was very intrigued by Caleb and can’t wait to read his book.

I would read anything that Sam Crescent writes but this book really was one of her best.

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