Sixteen-year-old Mackenzie knows life is always better for the lucky onesthe problem is, she's never been one. But when Mackenzie finally gets her wish, she quickly realizes the royal life isn't exactly what she had in mind. And her dream prince is nothing close to charming! With running shoes as glass slippers, this modern retelling of Cinderella is an enchanting and entertaining read.
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Chasing Midnight based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I have a teenager daughter who is always looking for new books YA and adult fiction that is entertaining and clean. Chasing Midnight has just would I would recommend for her! This novel boasts a unique "what if" plot that allows the main character Mackenzie Love and reader to wonder and wonder through a day in the life of ourselves--only more like we wish we were. But wait, is that what we really want? This is fun experience for Kenzie and the reader to pursue and choose from two romantic interests when before, no one seemed to even know she was alive. But where will it go, further into this world of wishing or back to reality? The last of the three parts has a unique story style that is like a mini novel with the novel. Loved the way it's written and loved the ending. Makes me wonder . . . Highly recommend it!
If you had a chance to get everything you ever dreamed of, would you trade everything you already have? When Mackenzie Love gets the chance to try out her ideal life, she is surprised to learn that the big houses and the perfect nose (and even great health) have their downsides. A fun, modern twist on Cinderella that kept me coming back to my phone to read (which says a lot about the story because I'm old and prefer my books to have real live pages). Typical of the author, this book gets better and better the further the reader gets into the story. I loved the messages about friendship and choosing happiness no matter our circumstances.