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I would definitely recommend this book for anyone looking for a darker take on fairy tales. Tales of Love and Magic will transport its readers to another place in time. A place of undeniable odds, a place of magic, and a place where you never know the ending. The full review is posted on my blog: An e-copy of Belle was sent to me by the author in return for an honest review, And I was a bit nervous because its the first anthology I've read. Belle Noir is a collection of short stories for adults and most of the stories are about heartbreak, pain and magic.
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This book was so original, I didn't want to put it down. Don't let the name and cover fool you, Belle Noir is dark and heart wrenching, All of the characters i The full review is posted on my blog: Don't let the name and cover fool you, Belle Noir is dark and heart wrenching, All of the characters in the first four stories faced great pain - at the hands of men - and reading about them felt like witnessing some thing private that was shared by accident, but I couldn't look away, it was too intriguing.
Oct 16, Shannon Kamzelski sanders rated it really liked it. I was provided with a copy from the author for an honest review. Prepare to have your mind opened to so new possibilities on the story you thought you know. Each time it is reworked in such a manner that you will be amazed at how many different versions this tale can really have. Well written and thought provoking. These stories had me thinking about the characters and the plot well after I set the book down. Oct 17, Amy rated it really liked it Shelves: A quick, yet enjoyable read.
There is a definite dark undertone to all of these stories. There are also moment of twists I did not see coming. Ultimately, I take away the message of not judging someone by their outside. Sometimes you have to look deeper. If you like to read about different takes on classic fairy tales, I highly recommend Belle Noir.
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Originally posted on Paranormal Sisters http: So when I was able to get to it, I dived right in. I read this back in July so this may be hard to review but I need to do this. Some things are memorable to me b Originally posted on Paranormal Sisters http: Some things are memorable to me but truthfully I don't really remember the first two stories in this book.
I remember the last three though so I'll talk some about them. I hated where it was going because I'm really not a big fan on reading stories of child sexual abuse so this led me to be sour at the end of it.
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Most of the time I felt disconnected from it but I did like that it was about gargoyles, it was a nice surprise and twist, sorry Mirabillis: The time period I loved and what the actually beast looked like was definitely creative, I couldn't get enough and the most memorable. I remember them now but sadly this book isn't that memorable. I felt complete sympathy for our main girl.
It was enjoyable but again I didn't know where things were going.
Overall this is an okay read. I don't regret it but I wished I would have liked it more.
Sometimes sentences would go on and on, dragging to the point of my eyes getting tired. I couldn't believe how long some of them were, so that helped with me not quite enjoying it. These are adult themes so this is a forewarning. I knew it was but I was hoping one wouldn't lead to a child getting what she doesn't deserve, that man is truly a beast.
So if that makes you uncomfortable then skip story number 3. Other than that, the rest can be read comfortably. Sep 15, Sara rated it it was ok. I was expecting a version of stories of retellings of traditional tales which the book was advertised as. In four of the stories the links with the traditional tales were weak and were disturbing tales about things I was not expecting like Child abuse.
The fifth story Mirabilis was fantastic, exactly what the collection should have been like. It was a retelling of beauty and the beast where the beauty and beast worked together to find a cure. This is what I expected the rest to be like. As a I was expecting a version of stories of retellings of traditional tales which the book was advertised as.
As a result I was unable to give this story the 4 stars it deserves as overall I did not like the book. I would recommend reading Mirabilis and ignoring the rest of the stories. Tracy Ann rated it really liked it Jul 26, Rebekah rated it it was ok Feb 14, Jodee Sinclair rated it it was amazing Oct 11, Sheila W rated it liked it Oct 10, Betty rated it it was ok Nov 11, Hannah rated it liked it Jun 28, Barbara Walshaw rated it did not like it Oct 13, Summera rated it really liked it Jan 31, Amber rated it it was amazing May 30, Aurora Zahni marked it as to-read May 10, Naomi added it May 23, Shilo marked it as to-read Jun 05, Lisa marked it as to-read Jun 06, Lauren Stoolfire marked it as to-read Jun 16, Sherry marked it as to-read Jun 16, Kita marked it as to-read Jun 16, Megan Pieterick marked it as to-read Jun 16, Leslee marked it as to-read Jun 16, Pang marked it as to-read Jun 17, Elise marked it as to-read Jun 18, Future Slayer Girl added it Jun 18, Laura Noakes marked it as to-read Jun 19, Fernanda marked it as to-read Jun 24, Jazmin marked it as to-read Jun 25, Elpida marked it as to-read Jul 01, Jillyn marked it as to-read Jul 01, Kerry Amburgy-Dickson marked it as to-read Jul 02, Steph marked it as to-read Jul 02, Samantha marked it as to-read Jul 07, Froggarita marked it as to-read Jul 09, Heather marked it as to-read Jul 10, Meghan Stith marked it as to-read Jul 11, Marion marked it as to-read Jul 11, This collection of enchanting and disturbing stories ranging from fantasy to speculative fiction will leave you spellbound!
Includes retellings of Beauty and the Beast Transfigured - The Beast has changed back to a handsome prince, yet Beauty finds out that although some curses may be broken, they are never completely destroyed. No Loyal Knight and True - In this modern-day retelling of Tennyson's The Lady of Shalott, a boyhood encounter with an odd girl who lives in a tower alters the course of Ryan's destiny.
Belle Noir - Young Jane flees from her abusive father into a seemingly perfect marriage only to find that the darkest hearts are never revealed until it is too late. Grotesque - A woman hardened by a difficult past witnesses a horrifying tragedy and undergoes a magical transformation. Mirabilis A Novelette - Rosaria's life changes the day the veiled and mysterious Lord Devlin hires her to cure him of a terrible curse. You can download Apple Books from the App Store. But what will not be told is the price that needs to be paid, the lingering affliction of a broken curse.
Day after day I wonder, "What have I done? Each time this declaration is made, your face is the one I seek.
Belle Noir: Tales of Love and Magic
I meet only an inscrutable expression. It is there every time I catch your eye, which grows less and less frequent. The last time you have ever truly looked at me was the last time I held you in my arms, the last time any honesty had ever passed between us. I watch you, do you know that? I search your face in vain for any trace of the other. I watch you and take note of the what moves you, the breathtaking sunset that awed you, the red rose whose rich scent you feasted upon, the books you read avidly, and I note, too, how you turn from me when I approach you by the window, not even a perfunctory comment when I dress my hair in roses, shutting the covers and saying it was nothing of interest when I inquire what you read.
Even an absentminded pat on the head that you would give to a faithful dog, you do not bestow upon me. I remain the rose underneath my father's glass, perfect and untouched. We will send you an SMS containing a verification code. Please double check your mobile number and click on "Send Verification Code". Enter the code below and hit Verify.