Sunday, August 12, 2018

3 stars-- Cinderella's Cowboy (This Old House #4) by Roxanne Snopek

Note: I accidentally deleted 6 months of the blog so this is a repost. All comments on the original posts were unfortunately lost. Sorry!

Cinderella's Cowboy was a cute fairytale retelling. A hunky cowboy in need of an event planner. A workaholic designer and her two flighty but lovable stepsisters. A tiny wee kitten.

“I’ve got some ideas,” she said quietly. “But I wanted to hear yours, first.”
“What if yours are better?”

“Oh, they will be. I was being polite.”
There really wasn't anything to dislike about it. Chad and Cynthia were nice. Hard working, dedicated, giving. Chad putting together a charity event to help at risk kids. Cynthia trying to befriend a tiny feral kitten. They're easy to like.

The romance is nice but slow moving. I loved the grand gesture at the end. Made me smile and fall completely for the hero.

All in all. Cinderella's Cowboy was a sweet read. Short and entertaining. Though I can't say it's all that memorable it was still a nice way to spend an evening.

*Ends at 75% Seems to be a trend with this publisher.

Chad Anders doesn’t know why mousy Cynthia Henley trips all over her tongue when she’s around him. Nor does he understand his undeniable attraction to this good girl. Wild and sexy is his type, like the dream-girl he caught a glimpse of years earlier he’s never forgotten.

Cynthia’s superpower is invisibility, especially with men. It’s better for everyone that way. Besides, she’s got a cat. She’s okay. But when playboy-rancher Chad hires her, she’s got a chance to shine. Professionally, at least. Until she learns of his fascination with a mysterious dream-girl, who was actually nothing more than a shy teenager on an ill-advised dare all those years ago. Cynthia knows she’s no man’s dream-girl and never will be.

But there’s magic at the ball. Princesses glow in the starlight, princes appear out of nowhere, and, sometimes, they look a lot like cowboys…

Amazon | Goodreads | Snopek on HCBS
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