The boxed collection of the Cinderella Body Club, a new romance series of the timeless Cinderella story reimagined where four girlfriends make a wish on a locket. They all wish they were beautiful, and wind up looking like the girls they've always wanted to be - the belles of the ball.
The list of authors also includes Amber Daulton.
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- Just My Opinion
Cinderella Had It Easy by Jennifer Conner
This was such a sweet, fun read; I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters were enchanting and the fairytale storyline was well written and delightfully unique. I loved the fact that Cami, the heroine wasn't a perfect beauty and you will fall in love with Lance. There is a lesson we all need to be reminded of expertly written within the story as well. This is definitely a book you will want to listen to.
Spellbound Cinderella by Angela Ford
Tess Andrews has been infatuated with Parker Walsh who works in the same building photographing models, however she has never had the nerve to speak to him. After Tess makes her wish on the magical locket she sees herself as beautiful and confident. Instead of being tongue tied she speaks to him and accepts a lunch date with Parker and then agrees to join him at a charity auction. I really enjoyed this story.
Second Chance Cinderella by Sharon Kleve
This third book in the Cinderella Body Club series is delightful! The storyline is sweet and the hero, as usual, is every woman's dream. Raven lacks the confidence to talk to Dr. Quinn Taylor, however after making her wish on the magical locket she finds herself actually flirting with him. I really enjoyed the message in this story and would recommend it to anyone looking for a quick listen with an HEA ending.
Cinderella's Enchanted Night by Amber Daulton
Annalise Gallagher had a difficult childhood that left her with a few physical and many emotional scars. Elijah Burleigh works across from her at an art gallery doing tours a couple of days a week and art restoration the rest of the time. Annalise joins his tours to be near him but he never seems to notice her. After making her wish on the magical locket she finally comments on one of his tours and they strike up a conversation. As in the previous stories they find their HEA.
All of the stories have wonderful lessons on self confidence and self esteem. They are well written and entertaining.
Anna Starr did a good job with the narration. She does mispronounce the odd word, however she does a fair job with most of the voices.
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- Kindle Customer
The narrator should know how to pronounce words and names.. Italian, Macciato... and there's no reason to be so breathless throughout the books.
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