Curse Me Beautiful
t’s The Great Drazin School Of Wizardry, where boys will be boys. Unless that is, they’re turned into a girl.
Me, Matt Hallows–king of the school, all-star athlete, and biggest guy on campus–is now a five foot nothing, blubbering mess of female hormones. All thanks to Alistar Crow, the academy’s golden boy genius and budding narcissist.
My life was scoring goals, bench presses, and fights. Now it’s complete misunderstandings, accidental humpings, and bondage?
Let’s not even talk about when Alistar kissed me in front of the entire school and I whimpered.
Will I ever get my body back? I hope so. It’s not easy being the only witch in a school for wizards.
Uncaged Review: When I first started reading this, I wasn’t sure I was going to enjoy this book much, there was way too much testosterone flowing – with arrogant sports players in a wizard school. It was a bit strange, that there wasn’t a whole lot of magic in the book, and I never got a sense of what all the students of this boy’s school had an affinity with. I just knew that Matt was an all-star athlete, popular, arrogant with anger issues and his friends, and then there is Alistar, the resident genius – and enemy it seems to Matt. But all my trepidation for this story was tossed out the window as soon as Alistar curses Matt into being a girl. The hilarity and fun begins and it doesn’t slow down. There is quite a bit of swearing and a couple good hot sex scenes to top it all off.
But there are some good lessons in this book, and Matt, his/her friends and Alistar will all grow and learn. And believe it or not, it has a HEA. So if you like a book that’s different, can entertain you and make you laugh out loud, then this may be a good choice. Reviewed by Cyrene