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A Kiss at Midnight by Eloisa James
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Jul 29, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: fluff-bit-of-fluff, lol-fun
Read from July 29 to August 01, 2011

Miss Kate is forced by her wicked stepmother to impersonate her beautifully ditzy step-sister in order to get the stamp of approval for marriage from the groom's uncle, a prince. She is certainly not supposed to engage on a battle of wits with said Prince, much less fall in love with a man whose responsibilities force him to marry for money.

This is Loretta Chase meets Lynsay Sands and pure Eloisa James. Doesn't make sense? Well it's not supposed to, LOL. This isn't a 'retelling' of Cinderella, though it does deeply tip it's hat to it and it's not a historical romance as much as it is a lovely fluffy fairy tale.

The characters are likeable and witty. The secondary characters are actually quite brilliant and this is a terrific cotton candy of a story that will make you smile if you don't take it too seriously. Just plain fun.

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