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The Secret Slipper by Amanda Tero
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A unique twist on the Cinderella story.

What a beautiful picture of a father’s love for his daughter. After all, who is the first male role model in our lives? What happens if that man is absent (or cruel)?

Author Amanda Tero manages to bring a new theme of love to the classic romance tale we all know—let’s be honest, we all know this story backward, forward, and every way in-between. The father/daughter twist brings a freshness to the story.

There are some enjoyable twists and surprises along the way. Both Raoul and Lia must release control to God in order to fully embrace the gift of each other.

A short, but uplifting read that will remind teenage girls that love can be found in their daddies, or if he’s not in the picture, in God. Love that protects and doesn’t injure. Love that lasts through pain of separation and loss. Love that endures all things.


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June 6, 2017 – Shelved

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