Female stockbroker who believed in too many fairytales as a child, still wants her own prince. She gets a corn on her foot from a new pair of shoes, that are made by a faux prince's company that is about to go public for stock sales.
This book did not appeal to me, since it has hints of casting spells, etc. This is the first time I was disappointed by this author. It was probably just not my type of book. Had lots of discriptive sex.
This is a humorous book written as only Sandra Hill can write. It is a twist of the Cinderella fairy tale.
Another funny romantic novel by Sandra Hill. Fun to read.
Once upon a time, in a magic kingdom, there lived a handsome prince. Prince Charming, he was called by one and all. And to this land came a gentle princess. You could say she was Cinderella.
Magic kingdom? Okay, if you're going to be a stickler for accuracy, in this fairy tale the kingdom is Manhattan. But there's magic in the Big Apple, isn't there? Prince Charming? Oh, boy! You've heard the rumors, I suppose. So, he's Prince Not-So-Charming on occasion. So he drives an orange pick-up truck, not a pumpkin coach. Big deal! He is handsome. Cinderella? Well, maybe she does wear blue suede shoes instead of glass slippers, but she's looking for happily-ever-after just the same. And I'm going to make sure she gets her prince and her castle, not some hound dog and the Heartbreak Hotel.
--Elmer Presley, fairy godfather
I love anything by Sandra Hill. This was a fun book to read.:-)