Friday, 25 January 2013

Review: Operation Cinderella by Hope Tarr

operation cinderellaOperation Cinderella
Suddenly Cinderella #1
Hope Tarr
Publication date: 15th October 2012
Reviewed by Lesley

Operation Cinderella is a sweet opposites attract, modern fairytale type of romance.

When Macie Graham's magazine article on parents putting their daughters on birth control to prevent unwanted pregnancies is torn apart by conservative radio host Ross Mannon, Macie's magazine finds themselves at the centre of a lot of unwanted attention. Macie decides to go undercover to dig up some dirt of the seemingly perfect Ross Mannon and expose him as a fraud.

Macie reinvents herself as Martha Jane Grey with old fashioned values (and wardrobe) and applies to be the housekeeper/nanny that Ross needs to help look after his troubled teenage daughter. Martha Jane is Ross's perfect woman, they have great chemistry and Martha Jane builds a solid relationship with Ross's daughter but you just now that the truth about Martha Jane/Macie will come out sooner rather than later.

A bit predictable, Operation Cinderella is an ok-ish kind of read, it didn't set my world on fire but it was really quite sweet and it's impossible not to fall a little bit for Ross who has a heart of gold.

Thanks to Net Galley and Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review Operation Cinderella.

1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed your review!!! Although I think I might want to try to read it, sounds like something I would enjoy. And I especially like the cover.

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