Enslave: Beauty Tames the Beast
With Enslave, author Cathy Yardley updates the famous “Beauty and the Beast” story, giving it a distinctly adult, deliciously erotic treatment.Having previously reimagined “Sleeping Beauty” (Ravish) and “Snow White” (Crave), Yardley now completes the trilogy, cem
I didn't care for the characters. They weren't interesting. There were a lot of sex scenes, but they lacked emotional draw.
I wasn't thrilled. I wasn't drawn to the characters. The story was ok but could have used more depth. There were many sex scenes which were ok, but I wasn't drawn in emotionally. There was one event which didn't make sense to me. Dominic and Nadia like and enjoy each other, but he decides to return her to her home. This causes Nadia to feel rejected. He ends up taking her back, but I found it unnecessary. It was an illogical source of conflict. The Jelena story was a little more interesting, but again I wasn't drawn into the characters enough to enjoy it.
A minor problem: the cover picture is wrong. Dominic has a disfigured face. Cover guy does not.
Dominic is disfigured with scars on his face and body. Alexis had something to do with causing them when he broke up with her a few years back. She wants him dead and has a contract out on his life. He lives in a remote fortress-like home. Mikhail steals...
Enslave: Beauty Tames the Beast is one of best selling in Erotica category.