Renee Conoulty: Bobby and the Beast by Mark Pace


Thursday, 5 November 2015

Bobby and the Beast by Mark Pace

Beauty. Beast. Not your grandma’s fairy tale…

Prince Christopher is as conceited as he is handsome. After his overwhelming ego offends an evil sorcerer, Christopher is robbed of the source of all his arrogance: his looks. Transformed into a hideous beast, Prince Christopher has only a limited time to fulfill a near-impossible condition or the curse will remain with him forever.

Bobby Farmer is a stunning and innocent twink. When Bobby’s father is imprisoned as a trespasser at Prince Christopher’s castle, Bobby offers himself in his father’s place, and Prince Christopher accepts the brave young man’s deal.

It isn’t long before a friendship begins to blossom between the happy-go-lucky Bobby and the newly-humbled Prince. Friendship isn’t enough to lift the sorcerer’s shapeshifting curse, and unless Prince Christopher can win Bobby’s heart, his fate will be sealed… But as the Prince-turned-beast wonders, how can a man whose beauty is more than skin-deep ever come to love a creature such as himself?

Hey! Here's my review.

This was a retelling of the familiar Beauty and the Beast fairytale, but with a M/M gay twist. It is light clean romance, not erotica. I liked Bobby and The Beast was redeemable.

I read the audiobook edition. The narrator was fantastic, speaking clearly and at a good pace. The narrator enhanced my reading experience, portraying characters and emotions well. 

I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.


  • Where: Audiobook Blast
  • Format: audiobook

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