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Book of the Month > March 2016 BOM- Beast by Asha King

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message 1: by Michelle, Mod with the Bod (new)

Michelle Gilmore | 3396 comments Mod
For our March 2016 group read, we will be reading Beast by Asha King. Here is the synopsis from amazon.com:

"A scarred recluse hiding from his past…

Joseph Li has lived in hiding since he was fifteen years old. The son of dangerous mob boss known as The Dragon, he sought a life of his own and paid the ultimate price, ending up horribly burned over half of his body. He escaped when the world–and his mother–assumed he died in the fire, but is not without scars. Physically, he’s disfigured; mentally, he trusts no one and has become a shut-in living in the fringes of small towns until local interest drives him away.

The beautiful young housekeeper who is more than she seems…

Belladona Martin is a loyal employee of Seven Security, specializing in undercover work. When a local call girl comes to her for help after a prostitute turns up dead–one who worked at the Li mansion–with worries the scarred man living there killed her, Belle naturally takes the case. She slips into the persona of a housekeeper who provides “companionship” on the side, hoping to find evidence to convict the monster responsible for the crime.

Joseph believes he’s more beast than man, even as Belle’s presence gives him hope for redemption. But beyond the lies surrounding her identity that could destroy their budding relationship, a twenty-year-old secret is buried deep in Midsummer, one from Joseph’s past that might claim both their lives.
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Meka♥books (book143er) | 403 comments I'm finishing up another group read but should be able to start this one later today or tomorrow. This will be my first Asha King read so I'm excited.


message 3: by Michelle, Mod with the Bod (new)

Michelle Gilmore | 3396 comments Mod
I read Wild Horses by Asha King, which I enjoyed. I'll probably read this one this weekend.


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