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Publisher's Summary

The only thing she stands to lose are her shoes.Cinderella is an ordinary teenage girl, with an extraordinary name. But because of that name, she and her cousins, Belle, Aurora, Ariel, and Snow White suffer years of torment from their peers. Then as the girls enter high school and the enticing world of dating, a life-altering decision must be made. Is it finally time to stop fighting, and surrender to the fairy tale clichés that have been holding them back? By embracing their names, the girls discover an inner-strength they never knew existed. And by putting everything they have on the line, maybe, just maybe they will discover there really is such a thing as 'happily ever after'.
©2010 Stacy Lynn Carroll (P)2014 Stacy Lynn Carroll
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1 out of 5 stars
By Heidi B. on 07-10-18

Junior High School Writer?

I was asked to give an honest review, so here it is. To be fair, I only listened through chapter eight because it was so poorly written I couldn't bring myself to finish the book. I had a hard time with the names of the characters...who in this modern day would name their child Snow White Princess and actually call her Snow White? It was unbelievable, a little too unrealistic for realistic fiction. The flow of this book really felt like something a junior high school student would write. I played the car-race-to-the-restaurant part for my three teen-aged daughters and one of them actually said it sounded like something her teen cousin wrote (who is always writing stories and having her read them). I like that the author wrote a clean book, we need more of those, but the story was just too juvenile even for my teens. As for the narrator, she was a little too peppy. So sorry for a poor review.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on 07-02-18

Fun Storyline

I enjoyed it. The story line is unique. I liked the it was clean, without language and adult situations and innuendos.
I would have preferred that the narrator use different voices for some of the characters. I’m interested in continuing the series.

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