I couldn't put it down. It would be a great book to curl up with on a Sunday afternoon.
I really identified with Jaine. She's the youngest of 3 sisters and she is the one always called on to take care of things. Though her sisters are successful in their careers they rely on Jaine for personal life needs. From taking care of her niece, even going as far as picking out the after school program for her, to planning every detail of her sister's wedding, even though she is not the maid of honor. Meanwhile she is struggling with her own career and personal life.
But the family stuff isn't the only way I identified with Jaine. She is a marketer; she basically pitched the position at the place she wanted to work and they created the position for her. I did something similar.
I got Jaine and I really wanted her to have a happy ending. Thankfully there isn't much in the way of angst and only a bit of frustration. I might have silently screamed at Dylan for not seeing what was happening, but he's a guy. And, again, thankfully, the frustration was short lived.
If you are looking for a sweet romance where dreams come true, then definitely pick up Fooling Around with Cinderella. I can't wait until the next book in Stacy Juba's Storybook Valley series.
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available formats: ebook and print (224 pages)
published: November 2015 by Thunder Horse Press
read: November 2015
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