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In 1940s London during World War II, teenager Belle Maurice is sent to the London countryside to escape the bombings in the city. She knows she will miss her mother and worry about her father, who is away fighting in the war, but she has no idea what awaits her in the manor where she is to live. She finds friends with the staff, but the mysterious and elusive master of the house, Mr. Prince, frightens her. What would she make of this man, who appeared only for dinner and disappeared into his room at other times? Would he be like the dreaded Bluebeard in Beauty and the Beast, bringing girls to his mansion only to kill them in a cellar? Should she steer clear of him, or reject her fear and reach out to him? Having prayed that God would help her see the beauty in the world and other people, she knew she had a daunting dilemma.

Finding the Magic is a novella that poses a question: Can Belle teach Mr. Prince to find the magic in a world where all magic seems to be long gone?

Finding the Magic, a historical Christian novella
BISAC Category: FIC042030 FICTION / Christian / Historical

A Novella re-telling of the Beauty and the Beast story

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Pages: 55
Language: English
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A Beauty and the Beast-esque inspirational story about a young girl who goes to live in a mansion owned by a mysterious man during World War II.
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Jack Lewis Baillot

Author Jack Lewis Baillot I go by the name Jack. I've been writing since the age of thirteen when I decided all I would ever write would be books about the Oregon Trail and Pioneer Life.

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