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Seattle Cinderella (Romancing America) [Kindle Edition]

Gail Sattler
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Book Description

Cinderella lives—except her name is Cindy and she resides in Seattle! Cindy is forced to run her late father’s muffler shop. Will her step-sisters’ shenanigans and Luke Princeton’s charms only make her life even more unbearable? Cindy’s step-sister Annie has reformed her ways. But how will she prove it to the man she loves? Step-sister Zella is writing her own love story. But is she using a poison pen? Cindy’s godmother, Farrah, has caught the attentions of a younger man. Does she have the courage to love again? How far will God go to give these women a happy-ever-after?

Editorial Reviews


Seattle Cinderella is a sweet, clean, faith-affirming and modern depiction of the Cinderella story, complete with an evil stepmother, a "Farrah" godmother, and two (not ugly) stepsisters. With touches of humor and a quadruple-threat dose of charming princes, this four-for-one novella collection is a convenient tool to pass the time while you're waiting on kids, lines, or appointments – and also serves as an entertaining way to pass a quiet evening at home.
(Serena Chase USA Today's Happy Ever After 2012-03-18)

This book surprised me by being four different stories in one book. I enjoyed the continuation of each story into the next. The first book is the modern day Cinderella story, with the next two books being the tales of step-sister turned friend and all around good person. the final tale is the "fairy godmother" finding her happily ever after. Each book had a good arc of characters, good romance and endings that made me smile. Being broken into four tales made this book easy to read and fun. I'd consider this a great read for all lovers of fairy tales, modern romance and enjoyment!
(Gina Brown Reading Team 2012-02-07)

The four romance stories form a nice collection. The characters are interwoven throughout as the overall story progresses. These are simple romances. There are no complex plots nor deep thinking characters. These are four light stories that will ease your mind. They are well done. Each one can be easily read in an evening, a pleasant couple of hours.
(Joan Nienhuis Book Woman Joan 2012-03-16)

Better than Expected! Each story was a great stand alone. They were quick and easy to read.
(Robin Wallace Love to Read 2013-06-24)

Book Description

Storybook characters come to life in Seattle! Cindy is juggling drudgery, step-sisters, and a charmer’s attentions. Annie is determined to prove she’s reformed. Zella is writing her own romance—or is it a murder mystery? Godmother Farrah thinks it’s too late for love. Is a happily-ever-after in store for one and all?

Product Details

  • File Size: 453 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Barbour Books (March 1, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00705A9SQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #440,922 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars 3.5/5-A long review from Bookworm1858 March 11, 2012
After seeing the title of this, how could I resist? Cinderella is my favorite fairy-tale and I actively seek out retellings plus I used to live in the Seattle area. What I didn't realize is that this was a collection of four intertwined stories, beginning with Cindy, the retelling of Cinderella, and giving love stories to her two stepsisters and to her godmother. I'm going to talk about each briefly.

Cindy and the Prince: This is the story inspiring the title. Cindy runs her father's mechanic shop but only possesses a half interest which she must share with her cruel stepmother and lazy stepsisters. Luke works across the street and has been trying to win a date with Cindy for about six months.

Love by the Books: This was probably my favorite story, actually. It features Annie and Brent, stepsister to Cindy and business partner to Luke respectively. Brent greatly distrusts Annie after her cruel behavior to Cindy but Annie has undergone a transformation and wants to earn trust as she builds her career as an accountant. When she discovers discrepancies in Brent and Luke's books, most people assume she doesn't know what's talking about but Brent trusts her and helps her unravel what has been going down.

Till Death Do Us Part: Zella is the other stepsister who is trying to avoid her mother's matchmaking attempts by joining a book club. Only it's actually a club for writers of books. Zella reads a lot, especially the work of her favorite author T.J. Zareth. Unbeknownst to her, that is the pen name of her group mate Trevor who wants to court Zella without her knowing his secret identity.

Never Too Late: This last story features Cindy's godmother Farrah who has reached her fiftieth year without marrying after the untimely death of her fiance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fairy Tale Endings March 22, 2012
Who doesn't love a re-imagined fairy tale? Just the idea immediately enthralls me. It's always fun to see how many elements of the old favorite an author can parallel without making the whole concept seem hokey. At other times, the connection is so vague you'd never know it was there if someone didn't tell you.

When I heard that one of the Romancing America collections was a set of novellas with a contemporary Cinderella theme, it got my attention. Here's what they said: "Follow the road to the Emerald City where a contemporary Cinderella-esque cast wrestles with life and love. Will their dreams and wishes come true?"

At first blink, following the road to the Emerald City seems like blending the Wizard of Oz into Cinderella, but then I remembered that one of Seattle's nicknames is the Emerald City. Clever!

In this retelling, Cindy inherited a brake and muffler shop from her father, and she spends a lot of time there to stay away from her stepmother and two stepsisters. The stepmother is about as nasty as you'd expect from a retelling, but the author chose to redeem the two stepsisters. Here, let me tell you a bit about each of the novellas.

In "Cindy and the Prince," muffler shop owner Cindy isn't interested in Luke Princeton, the co-owner of a car rental business across the lot. Luke has eyes only for Cindy and is determined to win her love, even though her stepsisters, Annie and Zella, are equally determined to catch his eye instead. Everything comes to a head at Luke's annual business banquet.

The big question: are there glass slippers involved?

In "Love by the Books," Cindy's stepsister Annie is finished her bookkeeping course and has been doing the books for Cindy's muffler shop.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting Read April 18, 2013
Seattle Cinderella

Gail Sattler

Book Description: A modern Cinderella and her cohorts are enchanted by love in Seattle. Cindy is forced into running her late father's muffler shop and employing horrid step-sisters, Annie and Zella. Can she garner the emotional energy needed to protect her heart against Luke's princely charms? Annie Wilson's past misdeeds have tarnished her reputation. Can she prove to herself and Brent that she's a changed woman? Zella is busy writing her own life story. Will it involve murder or romance? Farrah, Cindy's godmother, has caught a younger man's eye. How long can she deter his advances? Will God make these couples' dreams come true?

Review: Each story was a great stand alone. My biggest problem is that when I think of Cinderella, I am prone to not like the stepsisters. That took some time to deal with the other stories after Cindy. I also struggled at the start to get into the series. But once I did they took off and were enjoyable. I liked the fact that they did not try to gloss over the rocky relationship the girls had. They were quick and easy to read.
I would like to thank Net Galley and Barbour Publishing, Inc. for allowing me to read and review this book in return for a free copy and I was never asked to write a favorable review by anyone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun romances set in Seattle March 6, 2012
Seattle Cinderella is written by Gail Sattler and published by Barbour Books.

This book has four separate love stories and they all take place in Seattle, Washington. The characters are all family or acquaintances so the stories flow well together. Although the stories are short the romances are believable and enjoyable.

In the first story, Cindy is running the family muffler shop and does not see the need for a man in her life. But can she resist Luke much longer? In the next story Annie must prove she has changed and win the heart of Brent. The third story finds Zella in a writing class and falling in love with her favorite author. The last story is very cute as Farrah is a little older then the man she has fallen for. Will he pursue her no matter their age difference?

Each story is a quick read. I liked the interaction of the main characters and how each story flowed well into the others. The minor characters in each story were also well written and help the stories move along. Overall a great book with four fun romances.

I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars I love Cinderella stories
I usually love Cinderella stories but this was really a dumb book. Sorry but I didn't like it. I regretted buying it.
Published 21 months ago by C. j.p.
Published 22 months ago by McKinley CASTLE
5.0 out of 5 stars Seattle Cinderella...enjoyable read
I really enjoyed all four romance stories in this book. I especially enjoyed how the characters were all connected. Each story kept getting better than the last. Read more
Published on April 13, 2013 by rmkjbg6
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining.
It was fun to read - not one I would read again and again, tho'. It was "mindless" reading but fun.
Published on March 10, 2013 by country girl
4.0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed reading Seattle Cinderella
I enjoyed reading about the different places that were described in the book because I used to live in Seattle and it was almost like visiting there. Read more
Published on March 5, 2013 by Dana A. Pearson
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Inspiration for all ages!
Hott Synopsis
Cindy has it all.
Deceased parents.
A Wicked Step-Mother.
Evil Step-Sisters.
Half Ownership in a business that she slaves over. Read more
Published on August 27, 2012 by Gina Hott
5.0 out of 5 stars Be swept off your feet with fairy tale romance!
Cindy, Annie, Zella, and Farrah- these four names are not common in our infamous fairy tales but they are in Gale Sattler's compilation, Seattle Cinderella. Read more
Published on April 30, 2012 by Amyrjoy
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable!
Another fun book in the romancing America series. This book follows Cindy and her step sisters Annie and Zella. The final story is about Farrah who is Cindy's godmother. Read more
Published on April 9, 2012 by weatherlover1
5.0 out of 5 stars good stories
Seattle Cinderella by Gail Sattler
This book has four different stories in it. I really liked the first story. Read more
Published on March 20, 2012 by rhonda
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