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Belle: An Amish Retelling of Beauty and the Beast (An Amish Fairytale) Kindle Edition
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Belle, who loves to read romance novels, goes to Adam's farm, hoping if she offers to be his housekeeper her family can remain on their farm. She has a servants heart, but Adam wants a wife, because he desires a son to pass along his heritage. Not what Belle expected, but after asking for a sign from God, she agrees to marry him in two weeks.
The book held my interest, and I couldn't stop reading. What will Belle's sisters and Daed think of her marriage proposal? How will the members of the Church react, since they consider Adam a monster? Will Belle be able to see past his scars and gruff manner, and turn this marriage of convenience into love? Not just for her, but also for Adam. You'll have to read the book to find the answers to these questions and many others, such as why does Adam what the Beiler farm? I highly recommend that you buy and read Belle, the first book in Sarah's new series.
This is the first in a new series by Sarah Price. I liked that she foreshadowed upcoming books with the characters in this book. This version of Beauty and the Beast has Belle trying to figure out a way for her family to stay on the farm that is now owned by Adam, an enigma in town who has scarring on his face and arms from a fire.
Adam counters her offer to be a housekeeper by asking her to marry him. Feeling trapped, but not wanting her family to find themselves homeless she agrees.
This is a very sweet retelling of the beloved story. Recommended for teenagers and above.
In the beginning, I thought Belle was a bossy,spoiled ,brat. Yes, she did not judge, but I thought she could have been nicer to her husband I thought he was a little short tempered himself but I could understand why. But Belle just thought of herself and what she could gain from the marriage. I thought she wanted to change Adam. I did see a change in her only when Adam changed and opened up to her. Then I started see a better side of her. If Belle was like this from the beginning, I would have given it 5 stars. It was easy reading I found it hard to put down at times. I would love to read the next book, Ella.
Love. Love. Love.
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