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3 thoughts on “Bella Donna

  1. Tara C Tara C says:

    Werewolf version of Beauty and the Beast Not sure why another reviewer said it was not different from the original This one was set in Ireland and had things like portals and a panel of old werewolf elders I never read any of that in Beauty and the Beast Pretty good book for an indie author who uses no editors I went to her website


  2. Lizzie Lizzie says:

    Super sweet even if it needed some help I enjoyed tha authors take though not much was changed from original Had elements from many different fairytales confusing the direction of the plot several times Still a very nice read


  3. Tara C Tara C says:

    Short and sweet but where are the rest in the series?


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Bella Donna [Read] ➵ Bella Donna ➼ RoxAnne Fox – Thomashillier.co.uk If you live on Kiloran Isle You pay no king a tax Your land is yours for freeBut if a Kiloran comes for your daughterA payment it must be This is the first book in my series of Refurbished Fairy Tales If you live on Kiloran Isle You pay no king a tax Your land is yours for freeBut if a Kiloran comes for your daughterA payment it must be This is the first book in my series of Refurbished Fairy Tales In this I let my imagination run wild with the idea of what if the beast in beauty and the beast was really a werewolf I used the imaginary world I created for my Annan series to answer this uestion in a tale of magic and unexpected love that changes how an entire island of people live Join Bella in her journey in discovering the world she lives in steeped in fables and superstitions is even magical than the tales lead one to believe.

  • ebook
  • Bella Donna
  • RoxAnne Fox
  • 15 July 2015

About the Author: RoxAnne Fox

I'm dreamer and an indie author going at this alone with no editor and no beta readers so as of now my books do need work However I am often told my plot lines and characters are amazing This is because I let the action and the dialogue drive the story not lots sentences explaining what the protagonist is doingI don't write for teens so if you read teen books often mine may be hard to unders.