The Cinderella Weekend

The Cinderella Weekend

by Jenny Mills

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The Cinderella Weekend by Jenny Mills

Life hasn’t exactly been rolling out the red carpet for thirty-nine year old Margaret O’Malley, so when she wins an all expenses paid, week long vacation in a luxurious mountainside chalet, she isn’t about to turn it down. Problem is, Maggie’s not the only one who arrives at the exclusive ski resort looking for rest and relaxation.

     Pierce Gordon has been coming to Silver Mountain for the past fifteen years and he is not happy at finding a feisty redhead and her man-hating cat parked in his living room. But when he finds out he’s partially to blame for the mix up in reservations, he offers Maggie a solution. She can stay at his chalet for the week and he’ll try to stay out of her hair as much as possible.

     Unfortunately, as the week goes on Maggie realizes she doesn’t want Pierce staying out of her hair, and worse, when Pierce finds out it’s Maggie’s fortieth birthday, he decides to give her a weekend she’ll never forget. But like Cinderella in the fairytale, Maggie soon discovers that glass slippers are easily shattered and that dreams have an unfortunate way of turning back into reality.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153352411
Publisher: Jenny Mills
Publication date: 07/15/2016
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 266 KB

About the Author

Jenny Mills is the contemporary pseudonym of multi-published historical author Gail Whitiker, who makes her home on an island in the Pacific Northwest. In true Gemini fashion, Jenny has more ideas for stories than she’ll ever have time to write, and they run the gamut from urban fantasy to traditional romance; likely because she grew up reading everything from Pride and Prejudice and Scaramouche to A Woman of Substance and The Day of the Triffids (she still doesn’t eat fiddleheads!)

     Jenny would love to be a tech savvy promoter—but isn’t—and accepts that she’s far more comfortable writing stories for readers than making it known that she has written...which explains why you won’t find her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Tumblr. But if you would like to see what else she has in the works (and so you won’t think she is a complete Luddite) visit her on Gail Whitiker’s website at

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