Release Date: 4 January 2014
Magazine editor Macie Graham devises a plan to masquerade as a modern-day Cinderella and get her revenge on infuriating Texan Ross Mannon. She’ll do anything to uncover the dirt on the famous radio personality but when she finally uncovers a secret that could destroy Ross's reputation, she faces losing her job or losing the fairy-tale ending she didn't even know she wanted.
The Cinderella Makeover
Chic fashion photographer Francesca St. James agrees to work as a "fashion fairy godmother" on a new reality TV show, but she doesn't agree to falling for one of the contestants. Tech company CEO Greg just needs some help transforming himself enough to find his happily ever after, and butting heads with his high-and-mighty fairy godmother isn't in his plan. The two couldn't be more different, but as Greg transforms into the smoking-hot, confident guy he was always meant to be, will his makeover find him his one true love?
The Cinderella Seduction
Four months ago, Nick’s bachelor-style life was turned upside down. Now the sole parent to a seven-year-old daughter he never knew existed, Nick doesn’t have time for pleasure. But he hadn’t factored in Stefanie or the intense attraction he’d feel for her. As her seduction heats up, so do the stakes, both professionally and romantically. Can he let business go long enough to allow Stefanie into his heart?
My Opinion 3 STARS
**Copy Provided by Netgalley and Entangled Publishing, LLC for an honest review**
Three stories that are linked by friends and family and a vintage pair of 1930's owned by a famous Hollywood star who finally found her happily ever after through wearing them.
These shoes however are being looked at from Happily Ever After and the Hollywood star and her husband who wants to give four women their own happily ever after.
Of course things don't go exactly smoothly to HEA but each story is sweeten its own way and they get better as each one goes through, my favourite however was Cinderella Seduction.
The stories are cute and the sex scenes hot. the book won't leave you weeping or give you any revelations but they are a nice read.