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Debbie Macomber’s modern-day Cinderella tale introduces an undercover maid and a heartthrob VP who discover everything they need to make magic: each other.   Working nights to put herself through school, Cindy Territo indulges in the occasional fantasy while cleaning offices after hours. When she finds a discarded ticket to a company holiday party in the inner sanctum of s Debbie Macomber’s modern-day Cinderella tale introduces an undercover maid and a heartthrob VP who discover everything they need to make magic: each other.   Working nights to put herself through school, Cindy Territo indulges in the occasional fantasy while cleaning offices after hours. When she finds a discarded ticket to a company holiday party in the inner sanctum of sexy corporate vice president Thorne Prince, Cindy decides that every girl deserves to be treated like a princess at least once in her life. The night of the party, Cindy is dressed to dazzle—and commands the undivided attention of Prince himself.   Thorne hadn’t planned to linger long at the office party, but leave it to a beautiful mystery woman to change all that. There’s no denying the magic in the air. And yet, even after the clock strikes midnight, Thorne still has so many unanswered questions. Determined to kiss all her secrets out of her, he goes along with the charade, biding his time until the passion they share reveals the truth he knows deep down: that he’s met the woman of his dreams.   Praise for Debbie Macomber   “No one tugs at readers’ heartstrings quite as effectively as Macomber.”—Chicago Tribune   “The reigning queen of women’s fiction.”—The Sacramento Bee   “It’s impossible not to cheer for Macomber’s characters. . . . When it comes to creating a special place and memorable, honorable characters, nobody does it better than Macomber.”—BookPage   Published by Debbie Macomber Books


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Debbie Macomber’s modern-day Cinderella tale introduces an undercover maid and a heartthrob VP who discover everything they need to make magic: each other.   Working nights to put herself through school, Cindy Territo indulges in the occasional fantasy while cleaning offices after hours. When she finds a discarded ticket to a company holiday party in the inner sanctum of s Debbie Macomber’s modern-day Cinderella tale introduces an undercover maid and a heartthrob VP who discover everything they need to make magic: each other.   Working nights to put herself through school, Cindy Territo indulges in the occasional fantasy while cleaning offices after hours. When she finds a discarded ticket to a company holiday party in the inner sanctum of sexy corporate vice president Thorne Prince, Cindy decides that every girl deserves to be treated like a princess at least once in her life. The night of the party, Cindy is dressed to dazzle—and commands the undivided attention of Prince himself.   Thorne hadn’t planned to linger long at the office party, but leave it to a beautiful mystery woman to change all that. There’s no denying the magic in the air. And yet, even after the clock strikes midnight, Thorne still has so many unanswered questions. Determined to kiss all her secrets out of her, he goes along with the charade, biding his time until the passion they share reveals the truth he knows deep down: that he’s met the woman of his dreams.   Praise for Debbie Macomber   “No one tugs at readers’ heartstrings quite as effectively as Macomber.”—Chicago Tribune   “The reigning queen of women’s fiction.”—The Sacramento Bee   “It’s impossible not to cheer for Macomber’s characters. . . . When it comes to creating a special place and memorable, honorable characters, nobody does it better than Macomber.”—BookPage   Published by Debbie Macomber Books

30 review for Cindy and the Prince

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jules2016

    I remember my 13-year old self hiding under the sheet on my bed with flashlight in hand reading this story and hoping my mom would not catch me. I had been warned repeatedly that reading romances would rot my brain and that real life was nothing like the stories. A rotting brain never felt so good. I loved this book. The quintessential modern day take on Cinderella. Young parentless janitor falling in love with the wealthy tycoon CEO. These five stars are from my 13-year-old self. She didn't have I remember my 13-year old self hiding under the sheet on my bed with flashlight in hand reading this story and hoping my mom would not catch me. I had been warned repeatedly that reading romances would rot my brain and that real life was nothing like the stories. A rotting brain never felt so good. I loved this book. The quintessential modern day take on Cinderella. Young parentless janitor falling in love with the wealthy tycoon CEO. These five stars are from my 13-year-old self. She didn't have the internet so my adult self is giving this book some long overdue recognition

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    I added a new shelf just to put this book on. It's called sandys trigger. Any book that has certain bad things going for it will be put on this list. I saw this book and thought "oh it should be cute and romantic", and it is by Debbie Macomber so it should be good. A Cinderella type story. First, it was written in 1988 and there were rules for romance writers but come on. Second, it has a jerk of a man as the main male character. OMG where to start with this guy. I guess his mama never taught hi I added a new shelf just to put this book on. It's called sandys trigger. Any book that has certain bad things going for it will be put on this list. I saw this book and thought "oh it should be cute and romantic", and it is by Debbie Macomber so it should be good. A Cinderella type story. First, it was written in 1988 and there were rules for romance writers but come on. Second, it has a jerk of a man as the main male character. OMG where to start with this guy. I guess his mama never taught him how to treat people. He's mean to the male workers under him and pretty much sexually assaults Cindy. I thought I would be able to read it all. After all, it is only 191 pages in large print. I got to page 91 and said "nope, no more", and drove it back to the library. I didn't want that book in my possession anymore. My notes while reading this POS: -The names were really out there. POS's name is Thorndike Prince. There is a co-worker named Rutherford, with a nickname (he doesn't like) Ruffie. Of course, Cindy, because it's like Cinderella. -page 26 Thorny calls Cindy a "chit". From the Freedictionary.com Noun. 1. chit - a dismissive term for a girl who is immature or who lacks respect. I knew it was an old word that was an insult but I wanted to be correct. I got some news for you Thorny, no one respects a prick. -page 45 Thorny assumes Cindy is a secretary because it's 1988 and what other job would a woman have besides a secretary? -page 46 The two danced together at the Christmas Ball, had food at the Ball, and kissed so Cindy "knows" who Thorny "really is". Cindy, Cindy, you are TSTL. -Oh wait! He has a girlfriend and now he's kissing on some strange girl. Wow that must make him amazing. -page 58 He wants to marry her and meet his parents. -page 70 I learned something! Charwoman is a woman who cleans homes and/or offices. I guess even in a bad book you can learn stuff. -page 72 Oh geez. "He is dealing with stupidity and incompetence". He assumes that Cindy works as a secretary for the company. She never corrected him so misunderstanding coming up. He goes to HR and asks for the guy to find Cindy. He checked three times but he is still incompetent. -page 75 Now he has a cold. Oops sorry, a man cold. On the night of the Ball Thorny gives his overcoat to Cindy because as a person TSTL she only wore her dress and a shawl. So now he is sick and IT'S ALL HER FAULT. Right, because that's how colds work. -page 80 Now it's Cindy's turn. Oh, he has a cold and IT'S ALL HER FAULT. She feels so guilty. -page 84 Now it starts to get over the top. He is sick and has found out she lied to him about working for the company. He is livid and wants her to hurt. He wants her to experience just a taste of the hell she had put him through. WTH? Literally, what the hell? What hell did she put him through? -page 85 During the Ball, her hair combs fell out (no slippers, darn), and they belonged to her mother who passed away and she wants them back. She finds out where he lives and brings him chicken soup because he is sick and IT'S ALL HER FAULT. This is what he says to her: "You my dear, should be employed by the War Department. Your country would be well served by your deceitfulness." War Department? What year was this again? -page 86 Here we go with the sexual assault. He begins yelling at her for lying to him. "Frightened, Cindy drew back sharply. ....his hands tightened around her upper arm. He pulled her against him and slanted his mouth over hers, mercilessly moving his lips against hers. Cindy went still with shock, giving up the struggle letting him do as he would. Fighting would only aggravate him." -page 89 He gets all pissy when she asks for the combs back. He almost collapses because of his man cold and she helps him into his bed. He wants her to stay and sleep with him. Not sex but to help him sleep because he's sick and IT'S ALL HER FAULT. She thinks that's blackmail. All she did was crash a party and lie to him. -page 91 I was going to stop after page 89 but I turned the page and this happened. -She asks for the combs again and he says they were her mothers and they mean a great deal to Cindy. She says of course. He says "Then I'll keep them until i find out why it's necessary for you to disappear from my life". What?! This is after she feels he is blackmailing her and makes her spend the night with him. Oh hell no! Cindy needs to grow a pair and tell him to go fuck himself!!!! Oh, wow, sorry, that's been bubbling up for a while. I about threw the book across the room at that point. I couldn't take any more. I did read the last sentence of the book, "and they lived happily ever after". How and why are two questions I have after all this. I will stick to reading the authors new books from now on. Side note: My mom was a huge fan of Debbie Macomber. I wonder if she read this and how she felt about it. I hope she got as pissed as I did. Sorry, mom, that you had to read such crap when you were younger. If heaven is a library then you can read all the good stuff.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emily Donnellan

    Really disappointing. The story was weak, the issue between the couple could've been solved with one conversation. The entire book felt antiquated, I get it was written in the 80's but it felt more like the 50's. The ending was also incredibly rushed. Also, Thornedike Prince needed to learn that when a girl says no, she means no. She doesn't mean hire a private investigator and stalk me. Of course, if that happened I would've hated the book so 🤷‍♀️ Really disappointing. The story was weak, the issue between the couple could've been solved with one conversation. The entire book felt antiquated, I get it was written in the 80's but it felt more like the 50's. The ending was also incredibly rushed. Also, Thornedike Prince needed to learn that when a girl says no, she means no. She doesn't mean hire a private investigator and stalk me. Of course, if that happened I would've hated the book so 🤷‍♀️

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jasmine

    I got into Debbie Macomber a little bit ago moreso with her "Texas" series, so her cutesy romance minus the excessive smut of some romance authors pulled me in. This was not as good as others I have read from her - I felt Thorndike lacked a charismatic effect to make me want the insta-romance, but Cindy played her part well. It improved as the book went on. OFFICIAL RATING: B+ - the level of insta-love at the beginning of the book made me assume they were going to immediately head to bed, ride t I got into Debbie Macomber a little bit ago moreso with her "Texas" series, so her cutesy romance minus the excessive smut of some romance authors pulled me in. This was not as good as others I have read from her - I felt Thorndike lacked a charismatic effect to make me want the insta-romance, but Cindy played her part well. It improved as the book went on. OFFICIAL RATING: B+ - the level of insta-love at the beginning of the book made me assume they were going to immediately head to bed, ride to Vegas, and get hitched. Thankfully the actual story came into play. I never really fell in love with Thorndike, but as in other romances, I was rooting for Cindy so if she was happy, hey what's there to complain about. AUTHOR'S STYLE: 7/10 - In this story I felt like she was making a short quickie romance, but nevertheless because of that some of the story went way too fast. I think with more time Thorndike could have possibly developed more into a character that we could love. Instead, there was little development there because she didn't appear to have the time for it. Besides that, I think she had the foundation for a good story arc and I hope the series improves as it goes. AUTHOR'S CHARACTERS: 8/10 - I loved Cindy and Vanessa. Their friendship was genuine and even humoring. Cindy as a character was so real and loveable. It was hard not to root for her and want her happiness. I actually appreciated how Prince's parents were not as shallow as thought, and how Cindy's family looked out for her so closely. I just wish there had been more time taken to show adjustment and change in Thorndike's life. I felt he could have been a better, more likeable character if more development was taken. THE PLOT: 9/10 - I think the plot was done quite well besides the speed. I do wish more time was taken to work with the characters making it work, rather than the rush of everything. However, I greatly enjoyed the "rags and riches fall in love" instaromance story. It really reminded me of that movie, A Cinderella Story, where the teenager with nothing gets the quarterback. It is a plot that is easy to relate to. HOW "ORIGINAL" THE STORY CAME ACROSS: 5/10 - Obviously the story isn't particularly new, however, it was done well and Debbie Macomber always has her own voice in writing which makes her original in its own right. I do recommend the story, but don't expect a deep developed romance stemming from the story. It is a good romance nevertheless and I always enjoy how clean her writing is despite remaining romantic and carrying the daydreams of young women everywhere.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anneka

    A fun and silly romance. The Cinderella comparisons were played up well. Unfortunately, some of the writing was a bit sexist (dialogue-wise I would accept the argument that he really felt that way) and could be adjusted or improved and even expanded to teach and grow.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sep

    A clever retelling of the Cinderella story. In the forward Ms. Macomber said that it was one of her earlier books.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Agnieszka

    I disliked the mian characters so much I wasn't able to enjoy the great writting style. I disliked the mian characters so much I wasn't able to enjoy the great writting style.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey

    Holy inconsistent characters and rushed storyline, Batman! Honestly, when I started the book, I expected it to be a flirty little romance that was unrealistic and just something to quickly pass the time. But this wasn't even that! The main character would go from scared and nervous, to having the highest confidence in the world, as if she had seduced a hundred men before. The plot was rushed and the dialogue incredibly unrealistic. When I read books, I don't expect characters to be perfect or plot Holy inconsistent characters and rushed storyline, Batman! Honestly, when I started the book, I expected it to be a flirty little romance that was unrealistic and just something to quickly pass the time. But this wasn't even that! The main character would go from scared and nervous, to having the highest confidence in the world, as if she had seduced a hundred men before. The plot was rushed and the dialogue incredibly unrealistic. When I read books, I don't expect characters to be perfect or plot to be entirely real-world, but I do expect consistency and set up. If you want to make the world the way you want to, fine, it can be as different as you want it to be, as long as you set it up before hand. This book didn't do it. It really felt like it had been written in a night. Like, I've read NaNoWriMo books that were written entirely in a month that were better than this one. This is the first Debbie Macomber novel I've read and I can't say I'll be reading any more. I really thought she'd be better than this.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

    Cindy and the Prince is the first book in the Legendary Lovers series by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. Cindy Territo, janitor of executive offices. Thorndike Prince, high-ranking NYC executive. A match made in heaven? Cindy doesn’t think so. She cleans his offices after hours and has seen the photo of the pretty brunette on his desk. But when Cindy rescues an invitation to his company Christmas Ball from the trash can, her idea is to see if he could be her Prince Charming. And the at Cindy and the Prince is the first book in the Legendary Lovers series by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. Cindy Territo, janitor of executive offices. Thorndike Prince, high-ranking NYC executive. A match made in heaven? Cindy doesn’t think so. She cleans his offices after hours and has seen the photo of the pretty brunette on his desk. But when Cindy rescues an invitation to his company Christmas Ball from the trash can, her idea is to see if he could be her Prince Charming. And the attraction between them is instant, strong and mutual. But when Cindy slips away at midnight, he doesn’t have even a glass slipper to track her down. Macomber gives the reader a very likeable hero, a sweet heroine and plenty of miscommunications to provide both humour and heartache. A fun read with a feel-good ending.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    No judging me!! I was in the mood for something cheesy, romantic, quick and fluffy. And which author came to mind? Debbie Macomber, of course. I used to live in the same town where she lives, and I frequented her yarn shop, so I have a little bit of soft spot for her. Her stories are squeaky clean and ultra-mindless, so I can only read them every once in a while, but when I'm in the mood, they scratch that itch. Don't go looking for high-literature. That's not why you read Macomber. You read her No judging me!! I was in the mood for something cheesy, romantic, quick and fluffy. And which author came to mind? Debbie Macomber, of course. I used to live in the same town where she lives, and I frequented her yarn shop, so I have a little bit of soft spot for her. Her stories are squeaky clean and ultra-mindless, so I can only read them every once in a while, but when I'm in the mood, they scratch that itch. Don't go looking for high-literature. That's not why you read Macomber. You read her to feel happy and uplifted.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

    This story is just so amazing. The characters were just so easy to read and fall in love with. just everything about this story I loved. I forgot how much I love this author. she's an amazing writer. I love fairy tale retellings. This retelling is kind of like Cinderella which is one of my favorites. this is just a quick and easy fall in love with story that should be read by many. I love it. This story is just so amazing. The characters were just so easy to read and fall in love with. just everything about this story I loved. I forgot how much I love this author. she's an amazing writer. I love fairy tale retellings. This retelling is kind of like Cinderella which is one of my favorites. this is just a quick and easy fall in love with story that should be read by many. I love it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shiyai

    I made it a habit to read reviews after reading a story. Sometimes, I will read the review before reading if I find the sypnosis is not intriguing enough. So, my advice for those who will read the book is, give it a shot. My review is 5 stars, but yours might be 4 or even 3. To someone who prefer light readings and less sensual stuff, this is my book. And both MCs is likable.... Here comes some spoilers and maybe some argument against the 1 star review (everyone is right though. It's all the matt I made it a habit to read reviews after reading a story. Sometimes, I will read the review before reading if I find the sypnosis is not intriguing enough. So, my advice for those who will read the book is, give it a shot. My review is 5 stars, but yours might be 4 or even 3. To someone who prefer light readings and less sensual stuff, this is my book. And both MCs is likable.... Here comes some spoilers and maybe some argument against the 1 star review (everyone is right though. It's all the matter of personal oppinion) : 1. First, the Cinderella based beginning. I think it's interesting. And how they didn't smoothly have their happy ending is good 2. People might got irked with how Cindy didn't confess and get done with it which made the story dragged. But for me, it's normal. Sometimes, you thought too much that simple thing become hard. This can be applied to Cindy. Just I think Macomber should explain more on Cindy's emotional turmoil. 3. Some says, Thorne is pushy. But I think that's the wheel of the story, HIS PUSHINESS. Or I rather say, his stubborness. After all, Cindy didn't tell anything and he's in love with her. He deserve some answer right? Not that he didn't try to forget the girl at first. 4. When some says, the ending was rushed... Well, I agree with that. I want to at least read about how Uncle Sal punches Thorne.. Haha 5. I actually like how weak-hearted Cindy towards Thorne is. And how she couldn't manage to hate him. But someone should address Thorne's temper issue. 6. I do feel sorry for Sheila though. Thorne reluctance had made Sheila like that. Ok. I'll come back if I think of anything more.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vibliophile

    Consistently mixed bag [modified review based on the one for Fairytale Romance: A Collection of Debbie Macomber Classics] This, according to some reviewers, was apparently originally written earlier in Macomber's career. Most of it reads like YA fantasy. A mix of possible with implausible & occasions of cringe. And a lot of manufactured angst. I almost quit reading part way into it, but began skimming some as I was trying to decide. I did wind up reading the ending. Despite a lot of stereotyping Consistently mixed bag [modified review based on the one for Fairytale Romance: A Collection of Debbie Macomber Classics] This, according to some reviewers, was apparently originally written earlier in Macomber's career. Most of it reads like YA fantasy. A mix of possible with implausible & occasions of cringe. And a lot of manufactured angst. I almost quit reading part way into it, but began skimming some as I was trying to decide. I did wind up reading the ending. Despite a lot of stereotyping, even early Macomber is good at quick-sketching fairly likeable characters. And even with all the dross, there are clever and funny things that she incorporates into her story. I liked the unexpected turn she took with Prince's mom. I found that skim-reading let me skip a lot of the extraneous & redundant material (which I found included most of the kissing scenes, sadly), and focus more on the actions & dialogue. The relationship development is pretty insta-love, but there were a few amusing elements. So, this qualifies as a tolerable time passer when you've nothing better, but if you're checking Macomber out for the first time to find out why she's so popular, this is definitely not where you want to start. *Clean romance level: passionate kisses

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mary Aris

    Romantic story by Debbie Macomber. Cindy Toritto, a janitor at a financial company, found a discarded invitation to the company's annual Christmas party. Her colleague, Vanessa challenged Cindy to crash the party and meet the company's Vice-President, Thorne Prince. Cindy felt awkward about this, but when she saw how handsome Thorne was on the front page of the newspaper, Cindy was curious to get to know the man whose office she cleaned. On the night of the Christmas party, Cindy enchanted Thorne Romantic story by Debbie Macomber. Cindy Toritto, a janitor at a financial company, found a discarded invitation to the company's annual Christmas party. Her colleague, Vanessa challenged Cindy to crash the party and meet the company's Vice-President, Thorne Prince. Cindy felt awkward about this, but when she saw how handsome Thorne was on the front page of the newspaper, Cindy was curious to get to know the man whose office she cleaned. On the night of the Christmas party, Cindy enchanted Thorne and stole his heart. Feeling embarrassed about her status, she vowed to break the enchantment; but her heart was already in love with her Prince. Thorne never for once suspected that he'd ever find love but Cindy caught him off guard that night and he vowed not to rest until he found his Cinderella. A sweet, short romance by Debbie Macomber. Debbie Macomber is one of my favorite authors.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kacie Alisa

    What did I just read? Debbie Macomber is one of my favorites, and up until now I had never read a book of hers I didn’t love or at least like. While I knew this was a fairytale come to life book, I still didn’t expect it to be this ridiculously cheesy. As much as I’m a hopeless romantic, this was too much. One of the lines in this book, the lead girl Cindy says “In some ways I think I might’ve been born for this night.” And leading man replies with the doozy of a line “I feel like I’ve been born What did I just read? Debbie Macomber is one of my favorites, and up until now I had never read a book of hers I didn’t love or at least like. While I knew this was a fairytale come to life book, I still didn’t expect it to be this ridiculously cheesy. As much as I’m a hopeless romantic, this was too much. One of the lines in this book, the lead girl Cindy says “In some ways I think I might’ve been born for this night.” And leading man replies with the doozy of a line “I feel like I’ve been born for you.” Enough said🤦🏼‍♀️

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Usually I find Debbie Macomber books at least tolerable, you know what your getting a light fun read, predictable but a great book to pick up after reading heavier books. Unfortunately with Cindy and the Prince this book was beyond cheesy the characters came across as annoyingly immature and don't even get me started on the insta-love...yikes! Usually I find Debbie Macomber books at least tolerable, you know what your getting a light fun read, predictable but a great book to pick up after reading heavier books. Unfortunately with Cindy and the Prince this book was beyond cheesy the characters came across as annoyingly immature and don't even get me started on the insta-love...yikes!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Diana Salas

    Makes me happy books keep coming back to Debbie Macomber's books whenever i want to be cheered up. The drama she writes for these couples just keeps me coming back to buy more and more of her books. I know ill be satisfied by the end of the book. I will forever be a Debbie Macomber fan. Makes me happy books keep coming back to Debbie Macomber's books whenever i want to be cheered up. The drama she writes for these couples just keeps me coming back to buy more and more of her books. I know ill be satisfied by the end of the book. I will forever be a Debbie Macomber fan.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Riley

    I live for older romance and I have definitely read better. I liked the writing just not the story line. When a girl says “no” they mean no. And like just overall it was good but not the best. I am going to read Some Kind of Wonder by this other next. Wish me luck. 😬-got this book from a free little library

  19. 5 out of 5

    Joyce A. Reid

    The Determined Prince Cindy knew just how much she loved hm but she was a lowly janitress and he was a very wealthy VP of a successful business. No way could they be 'Happy Ever After.' Guess again! The Determined Prince Cindy knew just how much she loved hm but she was a lowly janitress and he was a very wealthy VP of a successful business. No way could they be 'Happy Ever After.' Guess again!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    A Fairytale in the Making It starts with on Cinderella and one Prince. And everything else goes out the window. Funny and romantic. I recommend for those who wish to have a storybook end, as I have and I found my Prince Charming so can you.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cathie McManus

    Sweet story. Small bit of drama. Cindy wanted to meet her Prince. The Christmas Ball was like Cinderella's Ball. If only she thought she was good enough for The One. But Thorne lights up after talking to her. Sweet story. Small bit of drama. Cindy wanted to meet her Prince. The Christmas Ball was like Cinderella's Ball. If only she thought she was good enough for The One. But Thorne lights up after talking to her.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lis Sigona

    One of Debbie Macomber’s Silhouette series, the first, I believe. Very entertaining and light hearted. Nothing heavy or too deep to gable during these tumultuous times. Enjoyed it immensely and felt light hearted to pick up the next in the series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne (love2cook)

    A story loosely based on Cinderella and the Prince. When they fall in love at the ball or in this case the company's Christmas ball. A very predictable story. A story loosely based on Cinderella and the Prince. When they fall in love at the ball or in this case the company's Christmas ball. A very predictable story.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Chana

    A sweet, clean romance based on the story of Cinderella.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Connie McIntyre

    Fairytale do come true. Against all odds, the fairytale does come true in Debbie Macomber fashion with lots of twists and turns the whole family can read and enjoy.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    A cute modern-day retelling of "Cinderella" and it was done long ago before it was the rage. Way to go Debbie! Cindy cleans offices and happens to clean the office of Thorndike Prince. Cindy has never personally met Prince but when she crashes the company ball, sparks fly. After fleeing at midnight, Prince is doing whatever he can to find "Cindy". A cute modern-day retelling of "Cinderella" and it was done long ago before it was the rage. Way to go Debbie! Cindy cleans offices and happens to clean the office of Thorndike Prince. Cindy has never personally met Prince but when she crashes the company ball, sparks fly. After fleeing at midnight, Prince is doing whatever he can to find "Cindy".

  27. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Reynolds

    AWESOME BOOK AWESOME BOOK... any book that Debbie MaComber is great... You cannot put her books down until the end of the book, but you still want more!!!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    I prefer to watch hokey hallmark than read it. But one more for my annual book challenge- books with my name in the title

  29. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    Thats 2 hours of my life I will never get back

  30. 5 out of 5

    Judy Verdini

    Nice Cinderella and Prince Charming story

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