Top Pick and Five Star Review on Night Owl Reviews
What a wonderful story!
What would you wish if you had 24
magical hours (midnight-to-midnight)? Camille "Cami" Carlina
inherited a magical cameo locket which granted her a temporary transformation,
a Cinderella body makeover. She was a modern day Cinderella and looked
beautiful in the mirror. Did the wish work for her or was it wishful thinking?
Most individuals get a frog and no Prince Charming to show for. Now, a Prince
Charming would make her life complete. Where are you Prince Charming?
Lancelot "Lance" Rainey
got a hot date with Cami. Will he realize true beauty isn't skin deep? Will she
take off like Cinderella or leave shoes behind? Be sure to read the book to
find out what the future holds for them.
Awesome is what I say! This story
by far exceeded my expectations regarding a new author. This story captured my
attention right away and the pacing didn't slack off. I was caught up in the
fascinating, truly original storyline, romance, and drama. I was blown away by
her well written, descriptive storytelling, and dynamic characters.
I give 5 stars to Cinderella Had
it Easy (The Cinderella Body Club Series, Book 1) by Jennifer Conner.
The story has all the captivating elements of the timeless Cinderella story from a hard-working young woman named Camille (Cami) Carlina who works in a small office/storage room on the basement floor of a television station to a handsome 'prince' more commonly known as college professor Lance Rainey from Boston with a Ph.D. in Early Modern European history to the enchanting ball which in this case is a fundraiser at The Lightfield Museum in Portland. Each of the characters instantly found their way to my heart.
From the Inside Flap
She opened her eyes and frowned. "Do I look any different?" she asked, expectantly.
Raven shook her head. "Nope. I told you it was BS."
Always the optimist, Tess chimed in, "Maybe we did something wrong. You can ask your grandma on your next visit and then we can try again."
"Sure, that sounds like a plan." Cami had to admit, she was a little disappointed. "Maybe Grandma will stay awake next time to finish the story."
The girls cleaned up their plates and washed out their glasses. Cami hugged each of them goodnight as they left and headed for home, and then she went off to bed.
As she snuggled down under the cat quilt her mom made her, she stared at the ceiling, and began to drift off to sleep. "Prince Charming...where are you? Come out, come out, wherever you are." She sighed and closed her eyes. "Too bad the magic in the locket didn't work."