"Is there anything else you require tonight before retiring, master?..."
"Is Belle happy? Is she comfortable? The library-is she enjoying the library?"
"Enjoying it? I believe she'd move her bed into it if she could."
"Did you see her today? Smiling when I tried to clean a window. Laughing when I decided to wear the mop bucket on my head. You've become her friends. She likes your company."
"It was you who delighted her today, master."
"How I've longed to hear those words, I'd started to think I never would."
Just before the Beast is going to bed, one of his servants, Lumiere, comes in to check on him. The Beast asks about Belle, which further shows the love interest blooming between them.
Earlier in the book, the Beast made a fool of himself in front of Belle, which made her laugh. Lumiere told the Beast that he contributed to her happiness and the Beast is very relieved to hear that.
I chose this scene because it shows how the Beast and Belle's relationship is further developing and how the Beast is a Dynamic Character. When he is curious about Belle’s well-being, it shows that he worries about her and how she likes the library. This scene shows the Beast’s important character change and that he is softening up to Belle.