The Cinderella Moment

by Gemma Fox

Relationship Stories

LoveReading View on The Cinderella Moment

A lovely and fun novel. The course of love never runs smoothly and it certainly doesn't for Cass when a mixed up phone call turns her life upside down. Warm and romantic, it's a feel-good read you won't want to put down.

The Cinderella Moment Synopsis

While off to seek her fortune, Cass meets Prince Charming in a carriage - a railway carriage, that is. That chance conversation, and the apparent good luck of finding a mobile phone, turns her whole life upside down. But what if Prince Charming turns out to be the Big Bad Wolf after all?

A summer job in Brighton, an ex-husband who makes pumpkins look bright, and a very unlikely pair who double as fairy godmothers when not on the pull or drinking themselves into a stupor, take Cass on adventure which is almost more nightmare than fairytale. So when midnight strikes, will everything vanish, or will the real Prince Charming be revealed?

This is a must-read for everyone who loves a good warm romantic read with plenty of twists and turns, whos wanted to take a risk - or whos answered a mobile phone call and wished they hadnt...

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ISBN: 9780007179923
Publication date: 24/04/2006
Publisher: Harpercollins Publishers
Format: Paperback (a Format)

Book Information

ISBN: 9780007179923
Publication date: 24th April 2006
Author: Gemma Fox
Publisher: Harpercollins Publishers
Format: Paperback (a Format)
Genres: Relationship Stories,
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About Gemma Fox

Living close to Cambridge, Gemma Fox adores shoes, her kids, cats, gardening and tall men, although not necessarily in that order. Constantly torn between being a born-again sex kitten – it’s never too late – and cleaning out the litter tray, Gemma enjoys photography, long lazy suppers with friends and being old enough to be taken seriously in shops.

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