Book Review: More Beautiful Than a Unicorn by Bell Ellis

Reviewed by Morgan

30327868Title: More Beautiful Than a Unicorn
Author: Bell Ellis
Series: 2016 Daily Dose – A Walk on the Wild Side
Heroes: Tobias/Amar
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 38 Pages
Publisher:  Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: June 1, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  Tobias is a twenty-five-year-old virgin, bored with his life, and unsatisfied with how average and unremarkable he is—until he sees a silver unicorn. When the beautiful creature begins appearing to him regularly, Tobias doesn’t know if it’s a cruel joke or some form of mental illness. What interest could the unicorn have in someone like him? Searching for it in a park at night leads to an attack on Tobias, but he’s rescued by a handsome and mysterious man called Amar. Something about the man calls to Tobias, and suddenly his life feels a lot less ordinary and a lot less lonely. But fate can be harsh, and the biggest challenge to Tobias and Amar’s relationship has yet to reveal itself.

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Review: Tobias is lonely. He’s a virgin – by choice? – and he has a good enough job and a BFF – but he’s lonely. In addition – he’s beginning to think he’s losing his mind because he’s seeing a Unicorn – nearly every day. The unicorn never comes close enough to touch – but it’s always there.

One night he’s out looking for said unicorn – when he’s attacked in a park, a dark, mysterious, and slightly cynical man comes to his rescue, Amar.

For the next several months, the two meet on the night of the full moon – but one month – Amar doesn’t show up.

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This is not at all what I was expecting. This is far closer to a fairy tale of old – like the original Hans Christian Andersen stories – dark, not easy, nearly ending in despair.

It has a decided HEA – so don’t worry!

The writing is very good, it’s a very low steam story- fading to black in some parts – and there’s more angst than happiness – but it ends on a very happy note.

Overall Impression: I really liked it

*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*

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