Taming The Beast

Taming The Beast Summoned like a serving girl to the king Laura Cambridge was hired as nanny to Richard Blackthrone s secret child Rumors about this hulking recluse didn t daunt Laura he beauty queen past had taught

  • Title: Taming The Beast
  • Author: Amy J. Fetzer
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  • Page: 464
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Summoned like a serving girl to the king, Laura Cambridge was hired as nanny to Richard Blackthrone s secret child Rumors about this hulking recluse didn t daunt Laura he beauty queen past had taught her the inner person didn t always match the facade But Richard s heart was as painfully scarred as his chiseled featuresTo Richard, lovely Laura was like candy dangledSummoned like a serving girl to the king, Laura Cambridge was hired as nanny to Richard Blackthrone s secret child Rumors about this hulking recluse didn t daunt Laura he beauty queen past had taught her the inner person didn t always match the facade But Richard s heart was as painfully scarred as his chiseled featuresTo Richard, lovely Laura was like candy dangled in front of a baby he was offered the sweet, but denied the taste Yet sometimes grizzly bears enjoyed a taste of honey and the love of Jane Eyre So Richard dared to woo his green eyed goddess, gambling that like Jane Laura would one day declare, Reader, I married him.

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      Hi there Thanks for stopping by I ll tell you right off that I don t like reading my own bios, let alone writing them It s like tooting your own horn But if you re here, then you want to know something about me So how about I break some writers have a glamorous life myths first off.Myth 1 Writers have always been writers.Not me I was a licensed cosmotologist for years, and didn t even put pen to paper until I was 30 with an infant and 3 year old It took me 3 years to write my first book, and while it taught me a lot, it was dreadful Got rejected 6 times flat out I burned it in the back yard when I sold my 20 th book I ve kept the first pages to remind myself of how far I ve come.Myth 2 writers have a staff to take care of them and their homes while they write.I wish I don t have a maid, a cook, or anyone who works for me, except maybe Shelley, who maintains this site Like most women out there, I do all the cooking, cleaning, bills, shopping, etc Sometimes I can be seen driving the riding lawnmower over our 2 acres That s not a complaint I m a Marine s wife, and my husband was gone a lot, so I had to do it I m the only female in a house of men, so I pretty much rule too And as the daughter, wife, and now the mother of US Marines, believe me, I can give orders when need be.Myth 3 Writers work when the muse hits them.If I did, I d never meet a deadline Writing isn t about the muse coming to you it s about unleashing bottled creativity and giving it freedom on paper Every writer I know feels a deep internal need to tell their particular story and hope you re entertained Writers HAVE to write Yeah, sure, sometimes the creativity isn t moving like we want, but like everyone who faces some problem, I go to my friends and they come through in a punch By the way, I work at my job from about 7 am till 4, sometimes later if it s going great and I don t want to stop Weekends are for playing, projects or gardening I actually love pulling weeds it makes my mind drift to good places.Myth 4 Writers get paid oodles of money.Oodles If I did, I d have a staff and a better looking office But I get to go to work in the worlds sloppiest clothes.Myth 5 Once a writer sells a book, they can sell anything else.Want to see my rejection file I could wallpaper a bathroom with it To keep selling is the really hard part of this job However, my idea of a great story isn t often blending with the editors It s frustrating and often, it hurts, since the books writers create have, without a doubt, a piece of them inside But then, if you can t take it, then this isn t the business for you.My second book 1 being the dreadful one I burned My Timeswept Heart was a finalist in the Romance Writers of America, Golden Heart contest for unpublished works I didn t win, but it got my work before my Kensington editor It came out in 93 and I ve sold over 30 since With numerous rejections in between.Right now, I m writing books I ve wanted to write for three years, Romantic Thrillers Think Peacemaker or Chain Reaction with a little romance in them Lots of action and danger After writing books in 5 sub genres of romance, I get bored easily this new one is the chance for me to use all this military knowledge I ve stored up for years I ve fired weapons, rappelled, ridden in an Ard Personnel Carrier, and did some Scuba diving in the East China Sea It hasn t been boring, and because I write, it never will be.Now that my Sergeant Major husband is retired, and my sons are grown and towering over their mother, we get to stay in one place.How average I love it When I feel the itch to move every 3 years, I just redecorate.Well, its time for me to get back to work Thanks for visiting Take a look around the site, drop me a note, even read the first chapter of a new novel, if you like It s out there for you, the reader I wouldn t be loving my job if you weren t

    436 thoughts on “Taming The Beast

    • From the book blurb:Summoned like a serving girl to the king, Laura Cambridge was hired as nanny to Richard Blackthrone's secret child. Rumors about this hulking recluse didn't daunt Laura - he beauty-queen past had taught her the inner person didn't always match the facade. But Richard's heart was as painfully scarred as his chiseled features To Richard, lovely Laura was like candy dangled in front of a baby - he was offered the sweet, but denied the taste. Yet sometimes grizzly bears enjoyed a [...]


    • I thoroughly enjoyed this beautiful take on Beauty and the Beast. Loved the mysterious Richard Blackthorne and sassy Laura Cambridge. They made such a delightful pair. Also, loved the setting of the castle and how Richard surreptitiously moved around through the hidden passages and corridors in the castle, making sudden appearances on Laura or his daughter even though he stood in the shadows without them being aware of it or as standing in the shadows and talking to Laura. Those sudden quiet app [...]


    • A beautiful book leaves the reader feeling affected by its course and finally its ending, and "Taming the Beast" is one such book :)A beautiful modern take on the classic "Beauty and the Beast" fairy tale, I just loved "Taming the Beast" by Amy J. Fetzer.Laura Cambridge is hired as the nanny to Richard Blackthorne's newly discovered daughter who is coming to stay with him in a few days. Its a seemingly simple job except Richard is a recluse who has shunned company ever since his accident four ye [...]


    • I love of passion the beauty and the beast theme, and this is a brief and intense version, set in a castle, with a jaw dropping, breathtaking hero and a lovely yet audacious heroine. Both are flawed, and it take its tall, but not over the top. It's a sweet, ardent consuming flame.♡♡♡♡


    • Leído el 03/06/2010BELLEZA OCULTA RESUMEN: Como si de un cuento de reyes y sirvientes se tratara, Laura Cambridge empezó a trabajar de niñera del hijo secreto de Richard Blackthorne. Los rumores sobre aquel hombre que vivía como un recluso no hicieron mella en la joven; su propia experiencia le había demostrado que la mayoría de las veces las personas no eran lo que parecían. Pero en el caso de Richard, su corazón estaba tan herido como su rostro… Él se sentía como un niño al que se [...]



    • A fast and furious romance with a past beauty queen and a hideously scarred man needing a nanny for his little daughter. Lots of deep moments, lots of tenderness, and a heroine who wouldn't give up on her love for him. A lovely beauty and the beast romance.


    • 3.5 Laura is the new nanny for Richard's long lost child. Richard is horribly scared from a car accident and has become a recluse, hiding in his mason. This is a pretty familiar set up, and one I enjoy. This wasn't dark or moody, it was light and predictable. Laura doesn't care about physical appearances and Richard cares about them too much. He won't show his face to Laura because she will turn away in horror and he says away from his child because she doesn't want to give her nightmares. His e [...]


    • The point against it?Time and story flow weren't parallel. The heroine doesn't see the hero for a little over 70% of the book but they made out two times before that and make out all the way right after she sees him. IDK that's just weird. And then all of sudden HEA, I'd dig this book a lot more if would have been longer.Other than that? It was a delightful, pleasant quick read worth 4 stars.-Not an arrogant, rude, jerk, unforgivable Hero that you often see in other Harlequin-A sassy heroine who [...]


    • Uma versão contemporânea da história da Bela e do Monstro que muito me fez lembrar aquela série dos anos 80 também inspirada neste conto. Isto porque o 'Monstro' aparece sempre de forma sub-reptícia e com uma aura de mistério e sensualidade.É uma história que se lê bem; bem escrita e com sequência. Os personagens são interessantes e as cenas carregadas de ternura, especialmente aquelas que envolvem a pequena Kelly.


    • Absolutely no surprise and no interest in this book.That's a shame since the beginning was interesting, with a bit of mystery around Richard, the hero. But then Laura is so very perfect on all aspects. Even the carnal urges between the two left me totally cold. Too cheesy and not enough actions or real feelings' description.


    • i never knew the bonding of two broken hearts can be such a beautiful story is beautifully written with right amount of grief,love,expectation & kindness.


    • A contemporary retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Why must the beast always be absurdly rich? Ah well. A very quick read.


    • Four and a half stars on this!The book was so sweet and cute! If you want to read something heart-stopping with a happy ending in a few hours, give Taming The Beast a shot! It's worth it!


    • I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I enjoy nanny stories and beauty/beast theme. this was both in one. The Heroine was strong and intelligent. Hero was great to Heroine just tough on himself.



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