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