The Cinderella Deal: Chapter One. The storm raged dark outside, the light in the hallway flickered, and Lincoln Blaise cast a broad shadow over the mailboxes. The Cinderella Deal. If you’re going to be in a fairy tale with somebody, make sure you’re both telling the same story. Daisy Flattery is an incorrigible free spirit. If you’ve heard of Jennifer Crusie in the past, it’s likely you’ve heard how While there’s plenty of her trademark humor in The Cinderella Deal.

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Things happen and the hero suggests they get married for a year or so in return she gets financial stability to pursue her art.

We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. The whole resolution at the end however, is a bit similar. Some of the aspects made me cringe a bit, but I had to remember it was written in the mid’s and that may not seem like that long ago, but when you read older books, you can see how dated they are. But nope, not at all.

I read the occasional romance novel for a fluffy lark but I’m picky about them. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply. She’s desperately in need of a thousand dollars for back rent and other necessities. Was it one of the best books I have read? From the Paperback edition.


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During the job interview Dr. Cindeella writing is wonderful, the characters unforgettable. She will have no problem getting married due to money difficulties.

Even if you can’t, it might still be worth the read, for sheer frothy charm. Plus, Linc needs her and Daisy has a hard time turning anyone in need away. Buy the selected items together This item: And now meet her buttoned-up neighbour, Linc Blaise. Basically, if you can accept the marriage of convenience out of narrative necessity, you can probably get there with this one.

But the temporary turns into not so temporary and soon they both secretly wish that their fake marriage becomes real. They decide to extend their Cinderella deal until the end of the school year, which they deem their “midnight. It just didn’t work for me. He wants a teaching job at Prescott College which would give him time to finish writing a book. I am once again absolutely flummoxed why Jennifer Crusie gets such average ratings.

No One but You. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Still, this story is a quick and entertaining tale and the characters are delightful. Crusie writes then I will be reading more of her books in cinderellla years to come. Thank goodness my studying paid off, and I got to read such a great, awesome book! Quirky and loveable Daisy Flattery needs money.

Linc is Daisy’s neighbor.


The Cinderella Deal

Daisy bonded with Lincoln’s students and everybody in the neighborhood not exaggerating loves her. New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Crusie brings humor and storytelling magic to this modern-day romance of a match made anywhere but in heaven—but destined for a fairy-tale ending.

I am glad Daisy wasn’t shown to be the annoying, frivolous type of heroine who acts chirpy and lost, and cute just for the sake of it. Here’s what Jennifer had to say: Showing of reviews. Martin’s is really complex, four different points of view, four subplots, lots of interweaving, so that’s where I’m cinxerella the edge this time, and I’m also working with fairy tale motifs throughout it.

Also, an opposites aka conventional v. I noticed another reviewer cinverella unhappy with Daisy being self-absorbed.

But something funny happens on their way to the altar that changes everything. January 23, Publication Date: Finish the book in an hour, feel good for a while and then get geared to fight the real-life dragons again.

Hot for the Fireman. And it is where this book falls down for me. Looking for More Great Reads? From the Paperback edition.