Fairest of Them All by Teresa Medeiros
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Holly is the catch of 14th century England but she finds faults in all of her suitors. Even though she tries to present herself as ugly to ward off any more attention, that does not dissuade Austyn from wanting her as his wife.
Maybe it was just the medieval language but I found the story to be quite boring and long. The plot had promise but it did not hold my interest. This is a weird take on the Beauty and the Beast retelling and the hero was in the rape mindset that set me totally off, I though he was a pretty abhorrent character.
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