Claiming Cinderella

Claiming Cinderella

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I'm supposed to marry a princess, but f*cking Cinderella will break all the rules.

Promises and commitments?

Nah…that’s not me.

Mom throws a masquerade ball to find me a high society bride.

What a f*cking bore.

But I’m bewitched by the girl without an invitation.

Crashing a celebrity party? That makes my magic wand HARD.

One look into her ocean blue eyes and I know I’m in trouble.

I want to feel her all over, kiss those lips, and have her in more ways than one.

She's come to my party. I'll have her coming all night long.

But at midnight she runs.

I grasp her hand. She pulls away.

The ring that she drops is the only evidence that our hot night together did exist.

I have to find the slender finger that fits the ring.

I have to claim… my Cinderella.

This dirty fairy tale will keep you warm tonight and you will fall in love with Aiden Prince, wanting to come with him in his princely bed.

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Different and better view on Cinderella

It's funny that I purchased this book when I did. As soon as I started reading it, I realized I had read it before, probably as a Kindle Unlimited book. No matter how I read it the first time, it was still wonderful the second time. Yes, this is a take on Cinderella, but I liked the storyline a lot more in this book. In this story, the heroine has a trade she can use when she has the opportunity. Of course, there is an evil stepmother and what turns out to be 2 evil half-sisters. They tried to doneverything they could to make Ella's life miserable. The stepmother, Nola, tried to discredit Ella at every turn, however, I really wanted to find out what Nola did with Ella's inheritance. I was very happy that her father finally stepped up and confirmed that he was her father. Also, it was great to see that when their father revealed that their mother was the liar and theif, Ella's half-sisters sided with their father and in a way accepted Ella. I think the fairytale ending Ella had with Aiden was one where you sigh and wipe a tear because he knew there was something wrong with the situation and proceeded to fix the situation. Sigh.