Print Length: 209 pages / Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing (October 17, 2017)
Publication Date: October 17, 2017
No more Mr. Nice Guy.
For Becca Salt being a witch isn’t all magic. Too curvy and lonely, she spends her nights running a makeover service for demons, vamps, weres and zombies who want to project a more human, normal side. Their goal? To get the babes without the authorities hunting them down like rabid dogs. Once Becca suppresses the worst of their beast, they’re on the hunt and gone.
Dating has been a definite bitch for Eric Diletto. Although he’s hot and hung, he’s also one of Cupid’s descendants—a god born to believe in courtship, courtesy and all that other junk. Tired of women dumping him for the bad boys, Eric hires Becca to release his inner beast. Grrrr.
Two potions later, they’re crawling all over each other. With Eric’s newfound dominance, he’s definitely the man. And the god, who intends to take Becca here, there and everywhere. Who said sorcery and love wasn’t fun?
Warning—a witchdoctor’s nightmare. Contains potions with weird side effects, a sorceress with limited magical skills and a yearning heart, plus a minor god who wants to get down and dirty. Bad, bad boy.
Everyone has relationship issues. Even the Gods…Well, a Roman God to be more precise. Eric who is the son of Cupid learns that all nice guys finish last in terms of love. So, when he was mistaken for someone else. He took it as a sign that Becca Salt was supposed to assist him in bringing out his bad side.
Freeing the Beast was a great #PNR romance that I ever read. It was funny and the chemistry between Eric and Becca was so hot. This is one book that you might read repeatedly, especially if you had a bad day.
I would recommend Freeing the Beast to any reader who enjoys paranormal romance and wants to laugh while doing so.