Beastia Review

The meanest of the mean girls, Rebekah Austin rules her Chicago school with sharp outfits and an even sharper tongue. She has a way of making even the most beautiful and brilliant girls in her class feel like dirt. But underneath the queen-bee facade is someone who feels ugly, repulsive…beastly.
When Rebekah falls prey to a madman, the bully becomes the bullied. Scarred and tormented, she abandons her previous life and adopts a new identity, but her ghastly appearance haunts her everywhere she goes. Only with the help of determined friends can she move past her horrifying experience‚ÄĒand maybe even let herself be loved.
And if the madman returns to finish what he started, will she be ready, or will she give up hope?
I received a copy of this book at no cost to facilitate this review.
My Review
This book is one of the best I have read so far this year. The cover drew me in, and the story kept me reading late into the night for several nights in a row. The story moves quickly and kept my attention from page 1 to the last page. The characters are well developed and I felt like I knew them, and felt what they were going through. This story has a little bit of everything from suspense to romance. The story wrapped up nicely, but I would love to read more of Bea’s story!

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