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Operation Cinderella: A Suddenly Cinderella Series Book

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  • Posted January 27, 2014

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     This was a great introduction to this series.  Macie is a hot h

     This was a great introduction to this series.  Macie is a hot headed liberal and Ross is an ultra conservative family man that are at each other's throats professionally.  When Macie goes undercover to find a deep dark secret she can use against him, she doesn't expect to find the type of guy she could fall in love with and a teenage daughter that needs her.  This was a very cute story with lots of laughts and "awwwww" moments.  I especially loved the relationship Macie developed with Ross's daughter, Samantha.  It was very sweet and touching how they helped each other out and in the end Samantha was a very important force bringing them together

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  • Posted October 26, 2013

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    Reviewed by April Book provided by the publisher for review Revi

    Reviewed by April
    Book provided by the publisher for review
    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    A fairytale with a liberal dose of heated chemistry makes Operation Cinderella by Hope Tarr the perfect fantasy for adults!  I have read a few other books written by Hope Tarr and have always enjoyed her style of writing, her characterization, vivid attention to detail and her creative story lines. Operation Cinderella is no exception.

    In this tale, we meet Macie Graham, a dedicated editor of a well-known magazine. She prides herself on her no-holds-barred writing and loves her job – or so she thought. When she goes head to head with the well-known Conservative radio personality Ross Mannon, neither will know what hit them.

    Ross is the single father of a fifteen-year-old, slightly troubled daughter. When he discovers an article on “sex and the teens of today” written by one of the top magazines, he makes his feelings well known on his radio show. This leads to trouble at the magazine and the person behind the article – Macie – finds herself in hot water. As a way to retaliate, she decides to go undercover as a live-in nanny/housekeeper for Ross and his daughter, determined to find the most heinous and horrible dirt on him imaginable to expose the real him behind the goody-goody persona. The problem? There is no dirt, but there is plenty of undeniable chemistry that is oh-so-hard to deny between the two. With lies, betrayal and a hidden agenda surrounding Macie and Ross, is there any way that they can find a happy ending or will the wicked witch known as the truth slash any hope of true and everlasting love?

    Operation Cinderella is such a sweet, emotional, engrossing and impossible-to-put-down story. I loved every aspect of it and all of the characters. Macie, I did want to throttle a couple of times, but a good story always needs a bit of an antagonistic pull. Ross is the perfect gentleman – yes he has his issues, but he has such an amazing heart, intelligence and is a bit beyond hotness personified. Neither of these leading characters holds faith in the “happily ever after/forever love” idea, but they lead their lives the best they know how. Macie has hidden demons in her closet and a darkness that has nearly suffocated her since her teen years. Watching her open up to her feelings to Ross is an amazing journey and I couldn’t help but truly embrace both of these characters. I also loved Ross’s daughter, Sam, and Macie’s close friend Stefanie. I can’t wait to read Stefanie’s story.

    There is also a bit of a twist on the Fairy Godmother aspect of this fairytale that I absolutely loved!! I don’t want to mention anything other than that to give it away, but I think readers will be equally as delightfully surprised as I was!

    For anyone looking for a remarkable story that is fun, will leave you smiling, pull at your heart-strings and send your heart pounding, Operation Cinderella is definitely a book that you will want to check out. The story is very romantic and has a couple of steamy, yet tasteful parts that will have you holding your breath and reaching for a glass of ice water. I can’t wait to read the next installment of the ‘Suddenly Cinderella” series, A Cinderella Christmas Carol!

    Favorite Quote: She might be dressed like an angel but thinking of Mannon in terms of “inches” and “packages” had her demon heart beating double time.

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  • Posted June 27, 2013

    I was the highest bidder in a charity auction for a copy of ¿Ope

    I was the highest bidder in a charity auction for a copy of “Operation Cinderella”.  Anyone who knows me, knows I enjoy romances.  I liked this story.  Ross’ character was one I haven’t read about before.  He’s conservative, which you might think would translate to no passion in the bedroom but not the case here.  Macie’s character wasn’t as original but I liked her.  When I started the book I didn’t know she suffered a childhood tragedy and because she didn’t  sulk and  have a withdrawn attitude,  she  was  a more enjoyable  character to read about.  The beginning of the story was a little boring but once Macie becomes Ross’ housekeeper and they begin interacting it got a lot more interesting.  I give “Operation Cinderella” 3/5 stars.  I definitely want to read the rest of this series.  I have a suspicion Macie’s red shoes will play a key role in upcoming books.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013


    I have read free books better than this. Please believe me, it is not worth the cost. The author tries too hardly to relate cinderella and fairytales to this story but fails. I was hoping that the ending would tie them together but it left me thinking "Really?". I wish I didn't even waste my time reading this!

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