- File Size: 1292 KB
- Print Length: 327 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1976031958
- Publisher: Kindle Press (August 8, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072QBG426
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,969 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love the Charming character, too. Chase. He's Mr. Popular, but not Mr. Jerkface. He's kind, if a little wrapped up in his own world at first, and smart. A good kid with real problems.
The language is believable, between teens, and the texts add a lot of fun to the dialog between characters.
If I had just one complaint, it would be just the touch of snarky attitude toward traditional high school stereotypes. You only get a line or two with this going on. During the part where our character hopes the cheerleaders fail in their performance. :-(
Overall, a really enjoyable book. I finished it in an evening. Stayed up too late and everything. If you love Cinderella retellings and clean YA romance, this is perfect for you.
When Isabella and Chase accidentally switch phones she's finally found a way to communicate with him. Chase is the hottest guy in school, but he's off limits for Isabella, because her stepsister is staking a claim on him. However, by remaining anonymous nobody has to know it's Isabella who's chatting to him. Things become complicated when Isabella and Chase have to pair up for a physics project. Will the truth come out and what would happen to Isabella in that case?
Isabella and the Slipper is a wonderful romantic story. Isabella is talented, smart and sweet. She's a beautiful person inside and out. Unfortunately her stepmother and stepsisters are making her life incredibly difficult and painful. Chase is a kindhearted guy with a lot of hidden layers in his personality. They're perfect for each other and I kept hoping they'd have a chance together. They're an adorable couple, but circumstances aren't ideal and I couldn't turn the pages quickly enough to find out if they'd get their happily ever after.
I love a good fairytale retelling and Victorine E. Lieske has written a fabulous Cinderella story. I really liked that she's combined a passion for art with a gorgeous tale about true love. Her writing flows easily and her descriptive style made it possible to visualize every aspect of the story. I read Isabella and the Slipper in one sitting, it's a great mysterious and endearing book. I absolutely loved this enchanting modern fairytale and really enjoyed reading it.
Chase was the perfect Prince Charming, the popular actor and popular kid at the school. He is down-to-earth and cares more about what is inside a girl than what is outside.
Isabella is practically invisible, and kinda likes to keep it that way. Eleanor is the stereotypical wicked stepmother, and the stepsisters fit their roles perfectly as well.
The story was very well paced, and the development of the relationship and the characters was realistic and interesting. And the drama was just enough to keep things interesting but not enough to be over-the-top.
The one thing that was needed for the plot, but you should be aware of if you are choosing books for your children, is that Isabella does have a habit of sneaking out of the house and there is one scene where she sneaks Chase up to her room (it is a totally innocent thing, but it is there).
I highly recommend this sweet, clean, romance that is suitable for pre-teens and older.
<a href="http://amongthereads.net/?post_type=jetpack_migration&p=41" target="_blank">This review was originally posted on Among the Reads</a>