Review: To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt

To Beguile a Beast

Elizabeth Hoyt

Hachette Book Group

ISBN: 978-0-446-40693-2


Sir Alistair Munroe is a recluse. He has been savagely tortured, leaving him scarred. When he is in public, people stop and stare, children scream, women faint. Helen needs a place to hide with her children. The father of her children has threatened to take them from her, even though he has never paid them any attention. She has no hope of help from the law as women have no rights. A mutual friend sends Helen to Sir Alistair as a housekeeper. As time passes, Helen and her children grow to love being in the country and with Alistair while he finds out that he does like having people around him. Then the children’s father finds them …..

I really enjoyed this book. The characters are very believable. The storyline was not so far-fetched as to be laughable. There is also a secondary story in the prefaces of each chapter that was quite interesting. It would difficult for me to find something I did not like about this book. I am looking for ward to finding the other books in the series.


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