"The Beast must be very hungry," said Beauty, trying to laugh,
"if he makes all this rejoicing over the arrival of his prey." adam an eve
But, in spite of her anxiety, she could not help admiring allthe wonderful things she saw.
The horse stopped at the foot of the flight of steps leading tothe terrace, and when they had dismounted her father led her tothe little room he had been in before, where they found a splendidfire burning, and the table daintily spread with a delicious supper. tongue vibrator
The merchant knew that this was meant for them, and Beauty,who was rather less frightened now that she had passed throughso many rooms and seen nothing of the Beast, was quite willing tobegin, for her long ride had made her very hungry. But they hadhardly finished their meal when the noise of the Beast's footstepswas heard approaching, and Beauty clung to her father in terror,which became all the greater when she saw how frightened hewas. But when the Beast really appeared, though she trembled atthe sight of him, she made a great effort to hide her horror, andsaluted him respectfully.
This evidently pleased the Beast. After looking at her he said,
in a tone that might have struck terror into the boldest heart,though he did not seem to be angry:
"Good-evening, old man. Good-evening, Beauty."
The merchant was too terrified to reply, but Beauty answeredsweetly: