At first Bee's only goal is to smash open a window and escape, but there’s just one problem... No one can leave until the spell is lifted, so if she wants to be free she must first break the curse cast over the house and its inhabitants. And she doesn't have the slightest idea how to do that.
Will wants nothing to do with Bee or her help, but he's running out of options. Time is almost up.
They must work together to break the curse, or they'll be prisoners forever.
**WHAT READERS ARE SAYING**
"I stayed up till 3 in the morning to finish this book and then wanted to read it again as soon as I was done! I loved everything about this book--the heroine, the Beast, the magical elements, mystery and delightful romance." ~J. Jane, a reader
"I bought this on impulse ... I'm SO glad I bought it and I loved the book." ~ Stacey Joy Netzel, reader/author
“This book has a little bit of everything in it and I absolutely loved it! There is the mystery of the riddle, intrigue, good vs. evil, love, betrayal, and no small amount of fantasy.” ~ The Caffeinated Diva review
"With a strong heroine, a well-layered mystery, and a truly great setting, The Curse Girl makes for a very solid paranormal read." ~ All-Consuming Books review
He raked his gaze over me once. I felt like a package that had come in the mail, one in which the contents had turned out to be a slight disappointment.
“So you’re the Curse Girl,” he said finally, after a long pause. “The words of the curse spoke about a girl called Beauty, but I thought the line meant a beautiful girl.”
Approximately 40,000 words in length.
~Winner of Indie Author Rockstar Nov 2011~
**Other books by Kate Avery Ellison***
Frost (The Frost Chronicles, #1) - creepy YA fantasy with dystopian elements!
Once Upon A Beanstalk - whimsical, humorous fairytale collection of short stories