Cinderfella

Cinderfella

Linda Jones / Dec 15, 2019

Cinderfella AN AMERICAN PRINCESSThe daughter of a Kansas cattle tycoon Charmaine Haley was given a royal welcome on her return from Boston a masquerade But the spirited beauty was aware of her father s matchmaki

  • Title: Cinderfella
  • Author: Linda Jones
  • ISBN: 9780505522757
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • AN AMERICAN PRINCESSThe daughter of a Kansas cattle tycoon, Charmaine Haley was given a royal welcome on her return from Boston a masquerade But the spirited beauty was aware of her father s matchmaking schemes, and she felt sure there would be no shoe ins for her affection ON THE BALLAt the dance, Charmaine was swept off her feet by a masked stranger She hadn t beenAN AMERICAN PRINCESSThe daughter of a Kansas cattle tycoon, Charmaine Haley was given a royal welcome on her return from Boston a masquerade But the spirited beauty was aware of her father s matchmaking schemes, and she felt sure there would be no shoe ins for her affection ON THE BALLAt the dance, Charmaine was swept off her feet by a masked stranger She hadn t been so spell bound since Ash Coleman had stolen her heart years before, but suddenly she found herself in a compromising position that had her father on a manhunt with a shotgun and the only clue the stranger left one black boot.A SLIPPERY SITUATIONAsh Coleman hadn t planned to attend the ball, but he found himself smitten by the grown up Charmaine Now, after a stroke of midnight he d never forget, he suddenly knew that this time when the shoe fit, he was ready to wear it

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    About "Linda Jones"

      • Linda Jones

        Linda Jones is one of the pseudonyms of Linda Winstead Jones She has written than fifty romance books in several subgenres, including historical and fairy tale romance as well as romantic suspense In the paranormal genre she s written both contemporary and historical stories of ghosts and ghost hunters, time travel, psychic phenomena, and fantasy set in alternate historical worlds She s an award winning author and three time RITA finalist Writing as Linda Fallon, she won the 2004 RITA for paranormal romance Her recent releases include her popular Columbyana set fantasy stories for Berkley Sensation and the contemporary paranormal romance Raintree Haunted She has published as Linda Jones, Linda Winstead, Linda Winstead Jones, Linda Fallon and Linda Devlin.


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    1. Charmaine Haley, the daughter of a rich cattleman, returns home to Kansas after being in Boston for the last 8 years. Her two older sisters are married and living in Boston. Charmaine's father wants at least one of his daughters to remain in Kansas and marry someone who will someday inherit his ranch. But Charmaine wants to return to Boston and has no desire to marry. Her parents decide to have a masquerade ball in her honor with hopes that Charmaine will meet a man. During the ball, Charmaine d [...]


    2. Cinderfella: A cute and well written 4 star read given the correct mindsetThis is a very cute book. I'm only 18 so I remember quite vividly my transition from Young Adult Romance to Adult Romance. I wish I could have read this book then! It is a great intro to adult romance book. It has a familiar theme, basic concepts, humor, and an abundance of adorableness. The sex is pretty low steam and I daresay no one will be learning any new tricks or having hot flashes over it. Its a fun read and great [...]


    3. I thought this one turned out to be quite enjoyable, even though it started out a tad slow. It's set in Kansas in 1895. There's not really as much of a tie-in to Cinderella as I thought there would be – mean stepmother, 2 step-brothers, a ball, loosing a boot -- but that all happened in the beginning. The shotgun, or rather six-gun wedding is where the plot started to go its own way. The ideas of marital continence that Charmaine was brain-washed with were interesting to say the least. And thi [...]


    4. I really enjoyed this spin on Cinderella. Ash is a Hero. There were some parts that were irritating but by the end those were resolved. I loved that (view spoiler)[ they were both virgins for their marriage. (hide spoiler)] There are tasteful intimate scenes but I wouldn't recommend this for YA or younger.Mature content, hea


    5. This revamping of the Cinderella story is fun and sweet. It takes place when Kansas was "out west" and there was still a conflict between farmers and ranchers, like in the musical Oklahoma. The heroine has been sheltered and has developed some naive and contemporary ideals that don't fit well with the realities of life back home. The hero is good-natured, long-suffering, and hard-working. However, he is not experienced on the relationship front, spending his time running a farm. The wicked step- [...]


    6. There is something truly magical about these Jones' stories. Her writing isn't top-notch and I've seen better ideas for plot, but I find her stories enchanting. This was real gender-reversed Cinderella. There was mean stepmother with two ugly step-brothers, a godfather, a ball and a shoe. Really good.


    7. This novel is great for a laugh or twenty if you need one. I found it painfully obvious the author has never visited Kansas and/or done proper research on the state, but as far as the romance - but it's pretty decent for a cute, fluff story. To be fair, though, I probably would have adored this book around age 10-12.


    8. didn't care about anyone. i like the idea of them being cute when they were younger and I liked the hero's situation. but the characters yuck, indecisive, flippy and didn't believe when they said they 'loved or needed' anything. since they didn't the night before but now they do?


    9. Funny and sweetThis story is very well written. More books like these need to be available today (though this was written in the 90's). Not only for the writers, but for us readers who like a plot and a story. Great book!!


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