Follow:

The Beautiful and the Cursed Blog Tour: Review, Trivia Q&A + Giveaway

TB&TC Blog Tour Banner

I am “over the moon” thrilled to be a part of THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE CURSED Blog Tour which gave me the chance to read this absolutely amazing book just a little bit early. I am even more thrilled to be hosting a stop on RELEASE DAY!!!!! I cannot thank Books Complete Me enough for including me.

And I happen to think this tour is totally awesome with the addition of the “Team Dispossessed” and “Team Waverly” trivia questions and answers which must be paired up and which makes following this tour that much more fun!

My stop on the tour today is for a review, but as I tend to be a bit long-winded I’ve only included a part of it in this post with a link out to the full review for those who want to read on. But I didn’t want all the awesome parts of this tour – the trivia questions, the giveaway, the tour schedule or the author’s details – to get lost amidst my gushing ramble.

Because, yes, there was gushing. This story was so amazing, incredibly unique, utterly captivating and one I just wanted to keep on reading long after I was forced to stop. But I think I may say all of that in my review, which starts below the details about the book and author, if you want to know just what I thought about this delicious book.

Be sure to follow along at each of the stops for more trivia questions and answers and be sure to visit the hosts for another awesome giveaway.

And if you haven’t yet heard about this fascinating book with its stunning cover, its description follows immediately below.

Line_001

 About the Book

BEAUTIFUL AND CURSED redisgn R6_

addtogoodreads

Description…

After a bizarre accident, Ingrid Waverly is forced to leave London with her mother and younger sister, Gabby, trading a world full of fancy dresses and society events for the unfamiliar city of Paris.
In Paris there are no grand balls or glittering parties, and, disturbingly, the house Ingrid’s twin brother, Grayson, found for them isn’t a house at all. It’s an abandoned abbey, its roof lined with stone gargoyles that could almost be mistaken for living, breathing creatures.

And Grayson has gone missing.

No one seems to know of his whereabouts but Luc, a devastatingly handsome servant at their new home.

Ingrid is sure her twin isn’t dead—she can feel it deep in her soul—but she knows he’s in grave danger. It will be up to her and Gabby to navigate the twisted path to Grayson, a path that will lead Ingrid on a discovery of dark secrets and otherworldly truths. And she’ll learn that once they are uncovered, they can never again be buried.

GOODREADS | AMAZON | BARNES & NOBLE | THE BOOK DEPOSITORY

About the Author

Page Morgan Author Photo

PAGE MORGAN has been fascinated with les grotesques ever since she came across an old, black-and-white photograph of a Notre Dame gargoyle keeping watch over the city of Paris. The gargoyle mythologies she went on to research fed her imagination, and she became inspired to piece together her own story and mythology for these remarkably complex stone figures. Page lives in New Hampshire with her husband and their three children.

WEBSITE | TWITTER | FACEBOOK | PINTEREST

The Review

A story as unique, as riveting and as gorgeously written as Page Morgan’s THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE CURSED stands out in the crowded landscape of which it is a part. It invites readers to discover a mythology that is refreshingly original, characters that are intriguing and incredibly appealing, and an exciting plot that is full of twists, turns and shocking surprises.

Set in Paris in the late 1800s, this story manages to evoke the charm and elegance of the era while keeping the pace quick, the action thrilling and the characters relatable. And with a mix of paranormal elements, a dark premise and a touch of romance, readers will be transfixed.

Ingrid Waverly was glad to leave London and her tarnished reputation behind. But escaping to Paris only to discover that their new residence was a dilapidated building that was once an abbey and that her brother Grayson was missing wasn’t the fresh start she was hoping for.

And when it turns out that Grayson’s wasn’t the only disappearance, but that a number of girls had also vanished without so much as a clue to their whereabouts, Ingrid is more desperate than ever to solve the mystery and find her brother. Because she knows that he’s still alive. She can feel that he is. But she also knows that he’s running out of time.

Told from multiple characters’ points of view, in a way that weaves together each of their viewpoints seamlessly, readers are able to explore more of the fascinating world the author created, learn more about each of the characters and uncover more of their dark secrets.

Author Page Morgan gives readers two strong and likable, but very different, female main characters in Ingrid and Gabby, three charismatic male protagonists – Luc Rousseau, Vander Burke and Nolan Quinn – who are even more dissimilar from one another than the Sisters Waverly but just as likable, two captivating love stories – one shaped a little bit like a triangle – and one very dark, deadly and deliciously chilling mystery. And with the author’s extraordinary ability to make the grotesque beautiful, she introduces readers to her fascinating and incredibly imaginative world of the Dispossessed.

Danger-filled and exciting, heartwarming and heartbreaking and gripping from beginning to end, THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE CURSED is a wildly entertaining must read first book in this new series.

To read the full review, which includes my rating, my personal thoughts and my favorite passage, CLICK HERE.

A note: This review is based upon an advanced copy of the book received from the publisher in exchange for my honest thoughts about the book.

The Trivia

Team WAVERLY Trivia QUESTION

What does Gabby sometimes call Ingrid (much to Ingrid’s dislike)?

div4

Team DISPOSSESSED Trivia ANSWER:

Memorized or catalogued scent

The Giveaways

There are TWO awesome giveaways included with this tour.

Giveaway #1

There will be FIVE winners for a THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE CURSED Signed Swag Pack. And it’s open internationally!

This giveaway can be entered via the common Rafflecopter form, below, provided by the tour hosts.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Giveaway #2

There will be TWO winners for a signed, annotated copy of THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE CURSED. To enter this giveaway, visit Books Complete Me and Once Upon a Twilight.

++ Readers will need to correctly pair up as many Team Dispossessed trivia questions and answers and Team Waverly trivia questions and answers as they can.

++ Winners will be randomly chosen from those who get the most correct.

To enter at Books Complete Me – Team Waverly Trivia – CLICK HERE.

To enter at Once Upon a Twilight – Team Dispossessed Trivia – CLICK HERE.

The Tour Schedule

Monday, May 13th

Katie @ Katie’s Book Blog – Review

Stacey & Amber @ Page Turners Blog – Author Interview

Tuesday, May 14th

Rachel @ Fiktshun – Release Day! Review

Kathy @ I Am Reader, Not A Writer – Release Day! Guest Post

Wednesday, May 15th

Anna @ Anna Reads Books – Review

Jen @ Hypable – Guest Post

Thursday, May 16th

Christin @ Portrait of a Book – Review & Ingrid Interview

Damaris @ Good Choice Reading – Review

Friday, May 17th

Nancy @ Tales of the Ravenous Reader – Review & Gabrielle Interview

Katie @ Mundie Moms – Review

Share
Previous Post Next Post

You may also like

Graphics

All content - except for guest posts and guest reviews - has been written by me and can not be copied or used without permission. All graphics and images used on my site – aside from book covers used for purposes of discussion – have either been given to me by authors, publishers or bloggers for guest posts, blog tours, interviews or promotion, have been sourced, have been designed by me or have been purchased for my exclusive use. Aside from images with a “grab code” beneath, no images can be used or displayed without permission.

FTC

All reviews on this website are unbiased and reviewers are in no way compensated for their reviews by the author, publisher, or any other agencies. While some reviews may be based on receipt of ARC copies of an authors work, a fair and impartial review is always given by the reviewer. Most of the reviews, however, are based upon books purchased after publication date.