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The Beautiful (The Beautiful, #1) In 1872, New Orleans Is A City Ruled By The Dead But To Seventeen Year Old Celine Rousseau, New Orleans Provides Her A Refuge After She S Forced To Flee Her Life As A Dressmaker In Paris Taken In By The Sisters Of The Ursuline Convent Along With Six Other Girls, Celine Quickly Becomes Enad With The Vibrant City From The Music To The Food To The Soir Es And Especially To The Danger She Soon Becomes Embroiled In The City S Glitzy Underworld, Known As La Cour Des Lions, After Catching The Eye Of The Group S Leader, The Enigmatic S Bastien Saint Germain When The Body Of One Of The Girls From The Convent Is Found In The Lair Of La Cour Des Lions, Celine Battles Her Attraction To Him And Suspicions About S Bastien S Guilt Along With The Shame Of Her Own Horrible Secret.When Bodies Are Discovered, Each Crime Gruesome Than The Last, Celine And New Orleans Become Gripped By The Terror Of A Serial Killer On The Loose One Celine Is Sure Has Set Her In His Sights And Who May Even Be The Young Man Who Has Stolen Her Heart As The Murders Continue To Go Unsolved, Celine Takes Matters Into Her Own Hands And Soon Uncovers Something Even Shocking An Age Old Feud From The Darkest Creatures Of The Underworld Reveals A Truth About Celine She Always Suspected Simmered Just Beneath The Surface.At Once A Sultry Romance And A Thrilling Murder Mystery, Master Storyteller Ren E Ahdieh Embarks On Her Most Potent Fantasy Series Yet The Beautiful.


10 thoughts on “The Beautiful (The Beautiful, #1)

  1. says:

    No matter where she went, danger followed.And it horrified her Just as it thrilled her. I did end up quite enjoying The Beautiful Let s face it, mix in some scary vamps with a sexy forbidden romance and how bad can it be Still, there were a number of issues that prevented me from loving it But it is a book for teens, and after nine years on


  2. says:

    not to be over dramatic or anything but the decline in popularity of vampire stories is one of the most disappointing decisions we ve made as a modern society and I m glad that s being remedied


  3. says:

    I read this book as Renee wrote it, which meant that she sent me sections of it, I read them and then got really upset because I didn t have , and then pestered and bothered her until she gave me the rest I finished it recently and it is FANTASTIC An incredibly ornate, lush New Orleans characters who imprint themselves on your memory forever a story that is nail bitin


  4. says:

    I say this with all seriousness please let 2019 be the year we bring back vampires in YA


  5. says:

    if theres one city that promises the haunting presence of the paranormal, its new orleans and i, for one, am so happy the crescent city is finally being showcased in all is vampire glory.i was actually very worried to read this its one of my most anticipated releases of 2019 and the reviews that have been popping up have been a little less than positive but either i read a different ARC


  6. says:

    HI OMG THE NEWS IS OUT AND YOU GUYS ARE NOT READY FOR THIS I had the extraordinary privilege to read this story in draft it s intoxicating THE BEAUTIFUL has that decadent, slow moving horror that feels like a dream slipping to nightmare It s like walking alone down a twilight street and feeling the snap of a branch behind you and that acidic heart in your throat rush of knowing that you re being f


  7. says:

    definitely not for everyone, but it WAS for me


  8. says:

    Instagram Twitter Facebook Pinterest When this book was announced, everyone was like, Woohoo Vampires are back And I was sitting there in the corner, swathed in black and clutching a glass of wine, thinking to myself, Fools For some of us, vampires never left You see, I love vampire stories and always have For many, TWILIGHT was the gateway book into vampire fiction, but I d been reading L.J Smith s Night


  9. says:

    sobs I hate that I wasn t able to push through this one, but I think it s just a case of my not being compatible with the story Life s too short to force myself to read a book that I probably wouldn t give a glowing review to, so please try this one for yourself and come back and tell me what a party pooper I am later 3


  10. says:

    IDK I guess if you like vampires and stuff, you ll probably dig it


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