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A wickedly erotic grown-up fairytale. A great new twist on the classic fairy tale that does not disappoint. --Paranormal Romance, Reviewer Katie

As a child growing up, I believed that one day I would meet my prince charming. Real life has a way of turning out differently. A wonderful job of telling the after in the happily ever after. --Coffee Times, Ryleigh, 4 cups

WOW!!!! Talk about "after the Ball is over"!!!! Dee and Treanor's Cinderella Unmasked is superb. --Manic Readers, Valerie, 5 stars, Featured Review

These two authors have come together and have woven a story that will entertain and arouse. --Love Romances, Valerie, 4 1/2 stars

“I can highly recommend this story and hope these two talented story writers get together again very soon and give us another hot fairytale.”
~ Valerie Love Romances

“If you've wondered what happened after Cinderella married Prince Charming, Cinderella Unmasked provides some steamy possibilities. Cinderella Unmasked will have you looking at fairy tales in a completely different light.”
~ Kimber, Fallen Angel Reviews

“These ladies showed me that what might be true love at sixteen doesn’t necessarily last. I loved the real lesson in this: what you really want is usually right in front of you, so pay attention.”
~ Holly, Whipped Cream Reviews
 

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To learn more about Bonnie Dee please visit http://bonniedee.com. Send an email to Bonnie Dee at bondav40@yahoo.com or join her Yahoo! group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bonniedee. Stop by Erotic Muses group blog any Friday to read Bonnie’s posts, http://eroticmuses.blogspot.com. To learn more about Marie Treanor, please visit www.marietreanor.com. Send an email to Marie at marie@marietreanor.com or join her Yahoo! group to join in the fun with other readers as well as Marie! http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sexydelights. Subscribe to Marie’s Newsletter at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/marietreanornewsletter.
 

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing (June 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1605047325
  • ISBN-13: 978-1605047324
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,031,409 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Continuum on May 4, 2010
Format: Kindle Edition
You ever wonder what happened to Cinderella after the "and they lived happily ever after" part?
Well, prince Charming came out of the closet, after he left his wife with the responsibility of the whole nation on her slender shoulders. So, 13 years after the fairy tale wedding, she is alone, overworked and frustrated.

Cinderella Unmasked is pretty simplistic story. With almost no deeper self-analyzing or mystery. Everything is known after the first chapter and then the story is really predictable. And short.

Considering the intricacy of the story and the characters, it could be for children, only two thirds of the book is definitely not for children. And actually, that's what the story is based on.

If the original Cinderella was swept of her feet with just a dance and a kiss, the older version of hers needed a few nights of unadulterated pleasure.

But I admit, it was actually a steamy fun read. Not very intellectual, but I am not comparing the book with doctorate thesis. Or even other romance novels. Cinderella Unmasked is simply a light entertaining read for the evening, while resting your legs and mind. Plus, as every fairy tale it has a few morals to teach.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Future Slayer Girl (aka: kitten) on October 7, 2011
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I sort of have this habit of going on the hunt for Fairy Tales retold in a `erotic' or `romance' fashion. A what if, or even a sequel to the stories that we grew up with as children. So many times I have been disappointed, even annoyed at how they spun the tail, either making the Princesses slutty or really unlikable.

However, this story did none of that. Cinderella unmasked is a sequel to the Cinderella story and boy oh boy does it deliver! I loved this whole story, I loved all the plot turns, I thought each sex scene was more and more sexy. I want to think of the Princesses as adults because they are. When they first get married you are disillusioned by the great Disney Princess image that is tossed at you as a young girl. But if you are like me when you grow up and see that scene with Cinderella and Charming driving off and kissing in the window don't you want to know what's going down at the honeymoon?

This book is a great read, it gives more life to a beloved Fairy Tale and makes Cinderella appear more strong and independent rather than someone to walk all over. It even had a touch of some BDSM hints in it, trust me Sebastian will make an incredible Dom!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Steph TD on September 19, 2011
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When I first saw this cover on Facebook, I commented that I thought it was an ad for breast self examinations, and that would be a good thing. Then I somehow bought the book on Amazon and started reading it. It made me think about all the different times and ways in which Cinderella has been presented in my life. Naked men and satyrs and pirates never really entered into it before.

My first Cinderella was, no doubt, a little Golden Book Version and in 1965 I remember my mom being really excited about a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical that was going to be on TV (CBS) with Lesley Ann Warren and Stuart Damon (you know him from General Hospital). Mom was excited about it because Celeste Holm, Ginger Rogers and Walter Pidgeon were in it. Lesley Ann Warren was a trained ballet dancer so that was going to add something. Perhaps my mother thought that would inspire me. I don't know, in ballet I always felt I had missed all the classes where we learned anything.

Back then, in black and white on our thirteen-inch screen (which we had until 1972), it was magical. The music was great and I was transported. It did nothing for my career in the ballet school being taught in the fire station however.

Then, in a service internship in college I interned at a state run theater and they ran Cinderella. Because it was the state we had all kinds of educational information around it. They discussed how the story was very old and they had traced it all the way to China.It certainly has had a lot of versions filmed and written throughout the years, I even saw that there is a Sin-derella from 1965. We also have the socio/psycho/anthrop-logical theories brought out of fairy tales. White knights, Peter Pan and uncomfortable shoes!

What about this version of Cinderella?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By suzanne on January 24, 2013
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It has a little bit of everything. Desire. Lust. Deception. A good and fast read. Enjoyed it very much. Would recommend to anyone that enjoys reading about some heat in the sheets.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 25, 2013
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i really liked this book and felt for the characters. there was alot of great humor in the book and found myself laughing out loud at times and others cheering for them. i
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By prover on January 21, 2012
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Out of all the scenarios I'd imagined for what happened after Cinderella's "happy ending" this wasn't one of them. lol I never would have guessed Prince Charming to be a "Flower Boy", but can definetly understand Cinderella's need to be seen and treated like any other red blooded woman with needs. Although there were a few questions that (in spite of my best efforts to banish them and lose myself in the storyline) kept rearing their ugly head. Such as, if Cinderella was worried about anyone finding out about her little adventures, why didn't she have someone else dress up as a decoy double? It was a masquerade ball with everyone wearing masks, right? Also, why would you take even the tiniest of chances by disappearing during a ball when someone you know is out to get you (i.e. step-family) in attendance just waiting for you to do so. Especially when they all but came right out and said so right before you disappear. The other thing that bothered me a little bit were the names of some of the characters. I'll never understand a writer's need to create the most outlandish names for their characters. My usual rule of thumb is this...the more "unusual" the names of the characters, the more likely chance it's going to be that the storyline will be simple, childish, and smacking of emo. I've read stories in the past that I could have sworn the writers were still in high school; only to read the bio at the end and find out that a grown woman had written it. While this story occasionally has it's emo moments, they aren't so frequent and overpowering as to kill any enjoyment of the story itself. If the author reads this review, I hope they take any criticsm in stride and not as a personal attack, but as an opportunity for areas of possible improvement.Read more ›
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