Businesswoman Jaine Anderson has a vision for the local Storybook Valley theme park. What she gets is the promise of a marketing job in the future, but for now a job as the theme park’s Cinderella.
At least this gets her away from babysitting her niece on a daily basis, and running round after her other sister who is preparing for her wedding. It doesn’t hurt that Jaine’s boss is absolutely drop dead gorgeous either.
I liked the humor in this story, not just the behind the scenes Cinderella humor, but the snappy replies Jaine gives to Dylan and the way he takes them in his stride. Both have something to be concerned about. Dylan is the new general manager, but his family don’t want him to change anything plus he has a flighty past. Jaine feels she is at the beck and call of her sisters and feels downtrodden, but hasn’t got the strength to say no.
Friends, love interests, and a stepmother who’s not wicked, merely thoughtless. Sisters who are beautiful and definitely not after her man. Then of course there’s Prince Charming. Put this all together and it becomes a fun filled book with romance and of course conflict. A really good read that kept me intrigued until the last page.
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