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Ai of the Mountain: By Dorian Tsukioka Ai of the Mountain Ai must choose between her future her family the man she loves and the power hungry lord who will stop at nothing to possess her Does she have a choice or is she powerless to save herself and thos

  • Title: Ai of the Mountain:
  • Author: Dorian Tsukioka
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  • Page: 349
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  • Ai of the Mountain: By Dorian Tsukioka Ai must choose between her future, her family, the man she loves, and the power hungry lord who will stop at nothing to possess her Does she have a choice, or is she powerless to save herself and those she loves Eighteen year old Ai has lived a quiet life in the mountains of southern Japan, until the feudal ruler of her region, Lord Nakaguchi, decides to build his opuAi must choose between her future, her family, the man she loves, and the power hungry lord who will stop at nothing to possess her Does she have a choice, or is she powerless to save herself and those she loves Eighteen year old Ai has lived a quiet life in the mountains of southern Japan, until the feudal ruler of her region, Lord Nakaguchi, decides to build his opulent, new castle at the top of her mountain Once Lord Nakaguchi meets Ai, he knows he must have her as his own whether she likes it, or not Ai has no intention of succumbing to Lord Nakaguchi s advances She is already deeply in love with Kaito, a samurai warrior she has known all her life who loves her in return But, their love is an ill fated impossibility, made even difficult by Lord Nakaguchi s persistent demands Ai of the Mountain is a fairy retelling of the classic story, Beauty and the Beast, set in feudal Japan, and will resound with readers of young adult fiction who love paranormal fantasy, fairy tales, and a splash of romance
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    1. Amber Stokes on said:

      Having been quite impressed by Dorian Tsukioka s Cinderella retelling novella, Cursed Beauty, I snatched up this Beauty the Beast retelling as soon as I saw it available on Set in Japan, Ai of the Mountain is an intriguing tale of familial loyalty, desperate situations, magic, and a love that breaks down seemingly insurmountable barriers I was thrown off for a bit with the romantic red herring and would have loved a longer glimpse at the relationship between Ai and her Beast, but color me impres [...]

    2. Kendalynne Hohe on said:

      I was initially intrigued by the idea of a fairytale retold in a foreign setting how clever is it to take an originally French tale, set it in feudal Japan, and share it with a primarily American audience As interesting as the change of scenery was, the story turned out to be so much Ai of the Mountain is truly an original and refreshing retelling of the tale NOT a restatement of what s been done before There are enough clues hinting at the fairytale s original plotline for the reader to see th [...]

    3. Suzannah on said:

      This was a quick read, a retelling of Beauty and the Beast IN JAPAN I received a free copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review, my interest being piqued by the author s having won inclusion in the Five Enchanted Roses contest Briefly, if you like simple and romantic stories, you will like this I thought the writing style could have been better, the plot tighter, and the supporting characters better fleshed out, and as always I longed for a plot with substance this was a bit cookie [...]

    4. CM on said:

      I really enjoyed this sweet, short, and vivid retelling of Beauty and the Beast set in a village in feudal Japan At the very start of the story, I was worried that the numerous Japanese names might become confusing, but there was no trouble with this at all, and I quickly found myself speeding through the story to find out what would happen to Ai and who or what exactly Kaito really was The relationships in the story were very well developed, especially between Ai and her parents I really enjoye [...]

    5. Allison on said:

      I enjoyed this creative retelling of Beauty and the Beast set in Tokugawa Japan It s a fresh look at the story with some of the expected elements My only issue was that it was sort of creepy that Beauty had known her Beast as long as she could remember and fell in love with him when she became an adult It smacks a little too much of child grooming, even though I know the author was aware of and tried to avoid the creep factor It still made me a little uncomfortable.

    6. Rachelle on said:

      I enjoyed reading this story There were some writing elements that I think could have been edited a little smoother, but I really enjoyed this retelling of a childhood favorite beauty and the beast set in Japan I also loved the author s explanation at the end of the whys and hows of this story coming into existence I would recommend this for anyone who loves fairy tales and is looking for a fun, quick read.

    7. Nakayla Truitt on said:

      The story was cute and had me crying within 70 pages I have to give credit to a writer when I find myself so engaged in the story that it elicits an emotional response so quickly with so very few pages.

    8. Amanda on said:

      This was pretty good Not what I expected I ve heard the story of a magical fish before This kind of combines Beaty and the beast and that story Pretty good

    9. Rebecca Reddell on said:

      I LOVE this book It is unique and wonderfully written I have never read a plot that intrigued me so much in a long time The characters are endearing and mystical It is a MUST read

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