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To Bewitch a Beast (Everard Family #1)

To Bewitch a Beast (Everard Family #1)

2.6M Reads 126K Votes 36 Part Story
Janelle Ruiz By greenwriter Completed

[Now a Hachette Audiobook!]
  "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.
  A PAST...
  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.

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Equinella Equinella Mar 25
I'm curious about "threatened their {aboveground} own existence". I'm seven books in (thank you and we'll done) and there's no connection to this idea, which in fact I had entirely forgotten about..?
 #rereading at 22:25, april 10 2018
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Equinella Equinella Mar 25
This premise is difficult to accept, how and why would "No one above question[ed] the existence of thousands of scattered giant holes with high walls..."
Do the readers have to watch the entire video for you to get payed?
                              ftr, just finished the haverston series like 1 minute ago :p
Equinella Equinella Mar 25
How would they have any notion of what an ocean was, let alone dream of one? Books I guess? But that would be counterproductive to this whole notion of keeping them (below) all in contented ignorance..