Book Reviews of Cinderfella / Lady of the Night (2 in 1)

Cinderfella / Lady of the Night (2 in 1)
Cinderfella / Lady of the Night - 2 in 1
Author: Susan Wiggs, Kate Hoffmann
ISBN-13: 9780373835232
ISBN-10: 037383523X
Publication Date: 10/1/2002
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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CINDERFELLA
by Susan Wiggs
Ace reporter Jack Riley was determined to keep open the Brooklyn youth shelter he volunteered at. But his privileged boss, Madeleine Langston, was the one obstacle standing in his way. He knew Madeleine could help grant the kids' wishes, though -- all he needed was some faith, hope . . . and a well-fitted tux!

LADY OF THE NIGHT
by Kate Hoffman

Annabeth Dupree wasn't a call girl -- though she had inherited a bordello in Magnolia Grove. She'd thought it was a finishing school, though she couldn't convince Zach Tanner of that, when he stormed into town claiming he owned the house! How could Annabeth persuade Zach she wasn't the bad girl he imagined . . . especially when she suspected he secretly liked who he thought she was?
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nothing like two best writers coming together to make one book.
both good reads
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CINDERFELLA, by Susan Wiggs
Ace reporter Jack Riley was determined to keep open the Brooklyn youth shelter he volunteered at. But his privileged boss, Madeleine Langston, was the one obstacle standing in his way. He knew Madeleine could help grant the kids' wishes, though - all he needed was some faith, hope...and a well-fitted tux!
LADY OF THE NIGHT, by Kate Hoffmann
Annabeth Dupree wasn't a call girl - though she had inherited a bordello in Magnolia Grove. She'd thought it was a finishing school, though she couldn't convince Zach Tanner of that, when he stormed into town claiming he owned the house! How could Annabeth persuade Zach she wasn't the bad girl he imagined...especially when she suspected he secretly liked who he thought she was?