posted on December 9, 2014 by Shoshanna Gabriel

Beauty & the Beast Audiobook GIVEAWAY!

New Audiobook! Beauty and the Beast (an erotic re-imagining)

I love how narrator Christine Padovan (winner of Best Audiobook 2013) took my story and brought it to life! Christine gives each of the cast of characters in Beauty and the Beast their own style and voice, which makes listening to her narration akin to listening a movie — the scenes unfold in our imagination as her voice talent carries us through.

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shoshanna Evers comes an erotic re-imagining of the classic fairytale, Beauty and the Beast.

With her father’s freedom at stake, Belle agrees to be the fearsome Beast’s prisoner in his enchanted castle. Held as his willing captive, Belle must submit to the Beast’s most primal desires to survive.

The Beast can’t let his little Beauty go free, not while there’s still hope that she might be the one to end his decade-long curse… and with true love’s kiss, return him to the Prince he once was.

Their story is one that begins with imprisonment — he in his monstrous body, she in a dungeon — but without this predicament, Beauty would never have met the Beast.

So we shall begin with what occurred on that fateful night when everything changed: when a lover was betrayed, a man deformed, and a castle shrouded in an enchantment…

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Beauty and the Beast is available at:

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And you can add it to your Goodreads shelves here!

Listen to the sample here, and comment on it below for a chance to win a free download of Beauty and the Beast from Audible!

Shoshanna Gabriel

Shoshanna Gabriel

Shoshanna Gabriel was previously known as Shoshanna Evers, a NY Times and USA Today bestselling author who wrote over twenty-plus secular romance novels and novellas, and published with big New York publishers, small presses, and through indie-publishing. After much thought and prayer, she decided recently to change her life and career path to be for God's glory. Shoshanna Gabriel is currently working on a Christian inspirational romance novel. For a detailed explanation of this big change, read her blog post "Saying Goodbye to Erotic Romance".

While published as Shoshanna Evers, Amazon had listed her as one of the "Most Popular Authors in Romance," as well as one of the "Most Popular Authors in Contemporary Romance."  Reviewers have said Shoshanna has  “...beautiful writing, and a truly imaginative and wonderfully descriptive storyline” (Night Owl Reviews) with stories where “the plot is fresh and the pacing excellent, the emotions...real and poignant." (The Romance Studio). She hopes to bring her gift of storytelling to her new inspirational books written under the Gabriel name.

Shoshanna used to work as a syndicated advice columnist in NY and a registered nurse, but now she’s a full-time author and a home-schooling mom. She is also the co-founder of, the world's largest selection of one-of-a-kind book covers for indie authors, available instantly. She lives with her family and three big dogs in Northern Idaho, and loves to connect with readers on Twitter @ShoshannaEvers and Facebook:

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For info on the older books written as Shoshanna Evers, visit or visit her old author page here.

4 thoughts on “Beauty & the Beast Audiobook GIVEAWAY!”

  1. Diana Huffer says:

    Wow! Loved this piece! Can’t wait to read (hear?) the entire story!

  2. Vickie Raynor says:

    Loved the book. Steamy fairy tale. I have it already, but should I win, I would love it to go to my friend.

  3. David Bailey says:

    Loved it even more than the book. I posted my review on Amazon when it came out

  4. Thank you for the opportunity. It sounds great!

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