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Publisher's Summary

I need a wife to save my daughter. She needs my magic.

I loved her like a sister forever ago.

Before life served us tragedy with a bitter cherry on top.

Before I learned love isn't a damn fairy tale.

Before I became a single dad.

Protecting my little girl is all I still care about. Kendra is my lifeline if she'll just play along.

Her job is easy. Wear my ring. Turn my scowl into a family man's smile. Help save my daughter from a scorched earth custody fight.

She gets the Cinderella treatment in return. My money, my mansion, my reputation. I'll put the glass slippers she's slaving over on main street and bend the world to her designer genius.

Simple. Painless. Mutual.

If only she was the shy thing I remembered, and I wasn't the same red-blooded maniac who wanted her under me years ago.

My wall of ice isn't working like it should. Not when we trade barbs that make me throb. Not when I grab her hair. Not when I can't decide if I want to push her away, or drink those lips in an unending kiss.

Complicated. Messy. Cruel.

That's our crazy truth.

This madness ends one way: Cinderella undone, or me in stitches.

This book may cause frantic overheating and an ugly cry or two. Complete full length standalone romance novel. Alpha male abundance. Happily ever after like a rainbow at the end of the storm. Find out why Wall Street Journal best-selling author Nicole Snow makes readers swoon!

©2017 Nicole Snow (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Not for me

I have enjoyed a few other books from this author however Cinderella Undone was below par. The main character was not likeable at all. The female narrator was fine with the female character but I had trouble distinguishing between characters as her male voice was not noticeably different. This made it difficult to follow at times. The male narrator read so slowly that I had to increase the speed to get through his chapters. He was so completely overdramatic that it was laughable to the point of ridiculousness.
Skip this listen and choose another of Ms Snow’s books.

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  • Nelsbabi
  • 23-04-2018

Bad Narration

The story line was ok not the greatest thing I’ve read. Definitely had a lot of head shaking moments and the female character really started bothering me at the end. But I’m easy to please so I looked pass all of that but the narration was HORRIBLE! Omg! The male characters “female” voices were a little creepy, especially the daughter. More distracting then anything. And he read so dramatically. He seriously over did it. Not everything was so dramatic lol. The female was soooooo dry and boring. She read like she was reading a menu. Maybe not even that because I show way more excitement for food then she did this story. It was just sooo bad. Everytime it was her turn I dreaded it. I will be sure to write her name down to ensure that I don’t get stuck with a story of hers again. Overall not a bad book but I’d stick to the kindle version.

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  • MLS Kindle Customer
  • 15-08-2018

Could be better

This reads like it was written by a man who thinks he’s a sex God. The male narrator was over dramatic. The female narrator was good. Both the story and the narrator could have been better.

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  • 🎧Pam Audio-Fanatic🎧
  • 04-05-2020

Cinderella Undone

Well this was a first for me by this author and these narrators.

I enjoyed the story over all I found some parts of it to be over the top. Like the first half what I like more was the last half when things felt more real and less fairy tale like.

I think I will give this author more chances because I really enjoyed the strong characters and who well rounded they were.

The male narrator over did it just a bit but man is gruff voice delicious! The female was good a little timid if a voice can be timid well she sounded like it.

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  • Deborah B.
  • 21-07-2019

Narration needs help

The story line was just ok. The narration made this book in my opinion not one of Nicole’s best. The best part was the very end. My mistake was buying it

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  • 🔵🔷🔹Del-VALLE🔹🔷🔵
  • 13-10-2018

Really???

I sometimes write spoilers to explain my feedbacks. I do write ***SPOILERS ALERT*** when I do it to give people a heads up. Here, I will just generalize and say that the main characters (both male and female lead) don't have an ounce of common sense, and are just plain stupid, although they are written to supposedly be intelligent, and capable. A generalized example would be 1. You are in real and present danger, yet you choose to talk to a stranger, not call anybody to let them know, open your door to a stranger without anything to defend yourself with, give a stranger access to your home and anything in it. 2. You are supposed to have a set of skills (remember the movie "Taken" - he had skills and he used them), however, something happens, and you decide to confront the situation completely unprepared, and those skills you are supposed to have, seem to leave you when you need them the most. 3. You try negotiating with a bad guy, you give this bad guy something precious to you to guard, you put this bad guy at your back, REALLY? 4. You have somebody treat you like dirt for years, and you are just fine with it after a short explanation, then get treated like dirt again, and no explanations needed, because the person treating you like dirt couldn't use his skills - yet again (and against somebody way below his supposedly skill set) and gets hurt... Sooooo, even if this is fiction, if you are writing a character to be smart, you should write him/her doing smart things (at least not too stupid), if you make a character that is supposed to have certain set of skills, you should write the character to at least be able to use some of those skills. This was a very frustrating read/listen.

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  • CassandraB
  • 19-09-2018

Intense but maybe too intense.

overall enjoyed the story. Personally I think the lead male character was a little too intense at times. but a little different spin to the story line than most.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-03-2018

Need Better writing in the sex scenes

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Better Narrator the way Archie read the sex scenes was making me laugh and shake my head.
Better writing in the sex scene also, example you better fucking cum, terrible

Would you be willing to try another one of Archie Montgomery and J.L. Middleton ’s performances?

no

Did Cinderella Undone inspire you to do anything?

yes return the book

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  • mommaD
  • 09-09-2019

A good story ruined by terrible narration

Do yourself a favor read this in paperback or E-book. This male narrator makes the passionate moment cringe worthy. At so many points he sounded like and dirty old man 😣 the voice far to old and creepy as well as over dramatic like he was spitting & foaming at the mouth. Just why!!! Did no one listen to this before it was released to the public? Who approved this recording.... ick. This narrator ruined this authors hard work. 😫

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  • Dr. G
  • 19-02-2021

JUST NO

Very vulgar. Perfect for someone who wants to envision a 60 year old man acting the part of a man in his 20-30's. Additionally, it was almost like there were chapters missing in the middle of the story.

It could have been great but it wasn't.

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  • Heather
  • 17-02-2021

HOT AF!

The perils of crushing hard for your bff's hot af older d-bag single dad brother... *fist pump* Love this! A necessary marriage, offered benefits, danger, crumbling walls, and steam!
🔥🔥Holy hell!! 😯 chapter 10 will burn your ears!! Don't listen without headphones. Archie gets loud and I gotta be honest, I wondered how into it he got in the booth. 🤭🥵 the f*ck scene in chapter 16 too...🔥🔥
Narrators are new to me, Archie does a great job (gravel and growly), Middleton just needs to deepen her dude voice a bit more, but she was good otherwise.

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