NEW: Introducing Tap. Addictive chat stories for your 📲 Now in 10 languages
To Bewitch a Beast (Everard Family #1)

To Bewitch a Beast (Everard Family #1)

1.7M Reads 87.2K Votes 35 Part Story
Janelle Ruiz By greenwriter Completed

[Highest ranking: #1 in Historical Fiction]
"Whatever happens, Blair, I want you to always be reminded that you are the ruby of one Everard."
Agatha Blair has been with the Everards for nearly two years. She is plain and barely passes the category of pretty. And she is secretly in love with the boring, brooding brother of her wards.
Benedict Everard is the eldest of all the Everard children. His sisters call him the beast. And he secretly believes the governess is a bore.
Hers is dark, his is never talked about. 

Still set in the fictional place of the Town, this first story of the Everard Family Series follows an unstoppable love that cannot, one that will test a fun and quirky family living in the affluent and wicked town of Wickhurst.

oddriri oddriri May 28
call me weird but I see the twin sisters as kristen stewart and emma watson LOL
Minah_URK Minah_URK May 26
Wow. My mind has been completely blown away.  Totally unexpected.  The chapter is very lucid and genuine.  Awesome start. 😍
jemmyjeon jemmyjeon May 01
Because it's the one that will gonna pay you back for all of your hard works and for pleasing us when we beg for an updates and it was ridiculous because it's hard to do a story and we kept nagging because of not updating the story and it's the one who keeps the wattpad free
I LOVE THE MIX BETWEEN MODERN AND OLD. YOU ARE JUST AMAZING AND I LOVE HOW THESE BOOKS CAN BE READ ALONE:3 I was worried I had to read 1 to read 5 bc Max and Maxine are bae! God bless @greenwriter you rock
QueenDemise QueenDemise Mar 10
Nah. I don't think that's possible  firstly- imagine the methane down there one flame and kaboom, plus the freaking temperature would be  impossible for life but...They could have certain mutations? Never said they were humans...hmm interesting
kathsha kathsha Jun 12
Don't really like the sisters. And why go through the trouble of creating an underground world when it'd be easier to just say it happened above ground, hundreds of years ago. Oh well, still pretty interesting story.