Cyber Cinderella

Cyber Cinderella

by Christina Hopkinson
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Cyber Cinderella by Christina Hopkinson

A woman Googles her own name and finds true love in the bargain in this intelligent, funny, and heartwarming debut novel. Discovering a Web site devoted to her and the lifestyle she's certain she's not living, she searches for the mysterious admirer.

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ISBN-13: 9780446697163
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 08/21/2006
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.75(d)

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Cyber Cinderella 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Novella_vialli More than 1 year ago
When you first look at the title and read the blurb, you start to formulate the whole story in your head even before you actually open the book and find out what really happens. I did the very same thing. The author made it seem that Izobel would fall in love with the person who dedicated a whole site to her as she would adore him for his adiration of her, but that was far from what happened. The story takes a completely different route. She makes Ivan the likely suspect and for sometime we find him to be one too because all the signs point to him but he's innocent and madly in love with Izobel. The story was definitely fun to read and did not prove to be a disappointment.
harstan More than 1 year ago
After hearing about googling one¿s name, thirtyish Izobel Brannigan tries it and shockingly finds a web site idolizing her as if she is a celebrity. Her older boyfriend George Grand, father of a six years old child, scoffs at her site as being inane, but she is enthralled by her site as whoever is hosting the webpage knows her intimately. She asks her friends, coworkers, and family, but everyone says not them. She finds herself fascinated by the description of Izobel and begins to emulate that person. When she ends her two year stale relationship with George, Izobel begins to panic that the real her has vanished, taken over by her web image while she also wonders if the designer is a cyber admirer or virtual stalker? --- This is a solid chick lit romance for the cyber age as Izobel gains her fifteen minutes of fame when an unknown person dedicates a webpage to her. The story line is driven by the lead protagonist¿s need to know who the designer is and a desire to live up to the image that the unknown author has developed about her. The site is a wake call as Izobel realizes her life has turned complacent and she was settling for boring George. CYBER CINDERELLA is an interesting approach to asking Peggy Lee¿s question Is that All There Is? --- Harriet Klausner