Loving something tends to mean loving a lot of stuff like or having to do with that thing. For example, I love cheese. So I love cheese in various forms, like liquid, as a powdered flavor on chips, and squirted from a can. The same goes for Beauty and the Beast. I love love love Beauty and the Beast, so when I see something related to it there's a good chance I might very much like to get my hands on it. Hence a ridiculously comprehensive list of Beauty and the Beast retellings to read.
Beautiful Beast by Cindy C. Bennett: A girl is forced to live with the Beast of Monster House.
The Rose and the Beast: Fairy Tales Retold by Francesca Lia Block: A collection of fairy tale retellings with twists.
As Old As Time: A Twisted Tale by Liz Braswell: The Beast was cursed by Belle's mother.
Through a Tangled Wood by Jamie Campbell: A collection of retold fairy tales, with a take on Beauty and the Beast focusing on the curse.
Withering Rose by Kaitlyn Davis: The story is reversed--Beauty is cursed and can only be saved by
The Merchant's Daughter by Melanie Dickerson: Historical, girl endentured to servitude with beastly man.
Belle: A Retelling of Beauty and the Beast by Cameron Dokey: Belle is a wood carver and must carve a tree to save her father.
The Curse Girl by Kate Avery Ellison: Trapped in a cursed house by her father, a girl tries to help herself and her fellow prisoners escape.
Beastly by Alex Flinn: New York, high school, witch's curse.
Beastly Tales by M.J. Haag: Girl is captured by a man and bargains for her freedom, has adult romance.
Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge: Girl set to marry evil, immortal ruler of kingdom, and trained to kill him.
Spirited: A Retelling of The Last Mohicans and Beauty and the Beast by Nancy Holder: Medicine man seeking revenge takes a British girl back to his Mohican tribe.
The Subtle Beauty by Ann Hunter: A girl wanting to marry for love finds herself betrothed to a cursed
Enchanted Storms by Annie Jackson: Greek legend, fight between sorcery and fairy magic.
The Cold King by Amber Jaeger: Girl is chosen to serve cold, old king.
Beauty and the Beast by Jenni James: The prince just happens to be a werewolf.
Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay: Monsters, a blind Beauty meant to be a human sacrifice.
Grim by Christine Johnson: Omnibus of dark and spooky retellings, including Tessa Gratton's "Beast/Beast."
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas: Fantasy, Fae, magic, a curse, borderline New Adult.
Selfless: A Tale of Beauty and the Beast by Jaina Maes: When happily ever after isn't all it's cut out to be.
Roses by Rose Mannering: A nameless, mysterious girl in a land destroying magic finds refuge with a
Beauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin McKinley: Beauty wonders if she can tame the Beast.
Rose Daughter by Robin McKinley: The core of the Beast's castle, the rose garden, is dying.
The Hunter Legends by Lindsey Mead: Humans turned into hellhounds, a huntress Belle, and some steampunk.
Beast by Donna Jo Napoli: Beast before Beauty, with a setting in France and the Middle East.
Forgotten Fairytales by Angela Parkhurst: Once Upon a Time-esque, with couture Princess, troubled Prince, and the Big Bad Wolf.
The Artisans by Julie Reece: Featuring debts, high school, and fashion design.
Beauty and the Beast by K.M Shea: A liar, a beast, and a chateau.
Beast by Brie Spangler: Somewhat beastly boy sent to therapy, where he meets a transgender Beauty.
Hunted by Meagan Spooner: Hints of Russian folklore, Beauty is the hunter.
The Beast Within: A Tale of Beauty's Prince by Serena Valentino: How the prince came to be the Beast.
His Black Wings by Astrid Yrigollen: A Beast with a human heart and black wings.