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The Cinderella Deal by Jennifer Crusie
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Feb 25, 10

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bookshelves: chick-lit
Read in February, 2010

This is a republishing of an early novel of Cruisie with all her endearing characters and humor. Daisy Flattery has a soft spot for strays and sob stories; trying to make a living as an artist is not easy. Her neighbor Lincoln Blaise is a straight arrow college professor. He's cold and she's warm. He's chrome and leather and she's mismatched and threadbare. He's black-white-and-silver and she's every vibrant rainbow color.

He's also desperate, having said he was engaged at the job interview for his dream job. He makes a deal with Daisy. Be his fiance at the interview and he'll pay her rent. Deal. She plays the part and he gets the job. And it continues to get more complicated.

Not a complicated plot and a plot that invites the willing suspension of disbelief. It's worth it. It's full of warmth, love, and sexy passion; a dog and two cats thrown in as well.

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