Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Book Review: Forget Cinderella By Tracey Champion

Forget Cinderella:

Cara Mia
It all begins with my story.
I was Momma’s beautiful, happy, hippie princess. Then I was lost, sad and closed off. I wanted the fairy tale, I wanted to be Cinderella.
When I was preparing to start life on my own my story took on twists and turns I never expected. I decided to take some time to turn my story around. I wanted a happily ever after that was almost impossible until I met Amber, my friend, and she made me realize my story wasn’t were it was meant to be.
Then Jordan came along, my prince, and now my story is out of my hands. I’ve found what I was missing and I didn’t even know it, but it may all be taken away from me. I may even be taken away from this wonderful life I’ve built and the people I’ve surrounded myself with. My beautiful life could be gone and my fairy tale forgotten. I don’t even have a glass slipper to help me.

Warning: For mature audiences 18+ due to foul language and the descriptive sexual content

My Review:

I've been told many times before, the mark of a great writer is one that makes it where you cannot wait to find out what happens in the next book. Tracey Champion has done just that. The story itself took a turn that I didn't see coming which surprised me in a wonderful way. The characters took on a life of their own. And the ending was one that had me wanting to read the next installment immediately.

I will say there are a few errors throughout the story, but none that really impact the flow of the story. I think for a debut novel, this is one you will want to pick up.

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