Serren finds herself trapped in a manor with a Beast who looks more like a monster. But when she realizes the true beauty of his heart, she is willing to do anything to stay with him, even if it means looking like him. But will he accept her even after she’s broken the curse? Or will he deny her, forcing out the creature lurking inside her, so a true monster is born?
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