The Cinderella Hour

The Cinderella Hour

by Katherine Stone

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BN ID: 2940148405719
Publisher: Katherine Stone
Publication date: 10/16/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 345
Sales rank: 1,245
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-two novels, including TWINS, PEARL MOON, LOVE SONGS, HAPPY ENDINGS, and THIEF OF HEARTS. Her books are sold worldwide and have been translated into twenty languages. A physician who now writes full time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician-novelist Jack Chase (MORTALITY RATE, FATAL ANALYSIS, THE MAGRUDER TRANSPLANT).

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The Cinderella Hour 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous 7 days ago
I wish the story would continue. Would love to know the next chapter in the Larken sisters lives and read more about Luke and Snow and all the rest.
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Anonymous 4 days ago
Such a soap opera. Ugh! So hard to follow. The story line is suddenly interrupted by a paragraph from a different story line.
Cynthia181 5 days ago
This was one of those Stories that when you start reading you don't want to put them down. The felt things for each other at such a young age, but each has secrets they held but knew they could depend on each other. Then he got sent away when his house caught fire and his dad died and he came back it was hard to be close but they tried. She got pregnant, but her mom needed to hide. The twist and turns of this story make you think and cry.
Anonymous 11 days ago
Very much on the edge of my seat to see what would happen next
Anonymous 14 days ago
It was ok. But I thought it was too slow, it was hard to keep reading. Overall, it was just an average book. I would not waste my time reading it again.
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A fabulous mystery with suspense and a happy ending.
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rustyRV More than 1 year ago
At the first i did not like this book at all.It was hard to follow,author was going from one seen to another.However towards the end there is a nice twist. I like the fact that the author has medical backround and i liked to see that in the book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Though I do regret that there was not more information and tale about Snow and Luke after she arrived back to Quail Ridge the story itself is very captivating. The characters are written in such a way that you laugh and cry with them. There are points in the book where no matter how many people are surrounding you you want to cry. I did so myself. The stories involved, -which are intricate and beautifully woven- will keep you captivated. However they are also very motivational and educational to those who may be going through the same thing. The story is simply incredible. I read it in a few hours. I would recomend it to anyone who wants to read a wonderful and beautiful story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is the first book i read from katherine stone and by far the best story i have every yet to read. it's has a very complex plot but easy to understand and a very suprising twist. looking over her other book this one is one of the best including pearl moon. a love between a man a woman that is so strong as Luke and Snow.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Quail Ridge, Illinois, eight year old Snow Ashley Gable meets ten years old Lucas Kilcannon. The two lonely outsiders forge a bond to include e sneaking him food as his father, a local hero as a successful swimming coach fails to feed him. When his father decides to kill him, Lucas jumps out his window to escape the fire his dad lit and died in. However, he lands in the glass and nails that his father placed in the dried out swimming pool. Most people blame Lucas who is considered a bad seed. In High school he and Snow begin seeing one another. However he leaves for the West Coast to go to college with plans to come back and marry his pregnant beloved Snow. When she miscarries, she tells him good bye and vanishes. Years later successful Atlanta radio host Snow Gable takes her show The Cinderella Hour to Chicago not knowing that the past that started in Massachusetts before she was born will come back to haunt her. Also Lucas demands to know why she left him. She knows she owes him the truth, but how to make the man she still loves understand that she suffered from post partum depression. --- Though at first there seems as if there are too many subplots, all tie brilliantly together inside a strong romantic suspense thriller. The story line is character driven, but not just by the second chance at love between Snow and Lucas. The major ensemble support cast plays critical roles with each having their secondary segment fit into the bigger picture. Katherine Stone writes a complex but winning tale. --- Harriet Klausner