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Emily has determined that there are no happy endings or love. But now she's been tasked to make a reality TV show a hit. She's determined to do well and ensure that she gets the partnership she so desperately wants. Luc is the prince who must find a princess to marry on the reality TV show or be disowned. When Emily helps him have several dates who wish to have a second date, he starts to find her intriguing. But he must marry royalty. But perhaps he can open Emily's heart to love? Find the official description on Goodreads.
The first chapter or so is all about setting up the characters and the locations. I was really excited to see where it goes as it sounded like it was going to be quite an interesting ride. And I was not disappointed. There were plenty of things that kept you interested. Not flashy, or overly dramatic but with just a flair to keep it intriguing.
Luc was one of those characters that grew on me. At first I thought he was nothing but a spoiled rich brat but you quickly realize that that isn't the case at all.
The Cinderella Princess was told from both Luc and Emily's perspective, in case you wanted to know.
The Cinderella Princess was a sweet, beautiful read and I will certainly be rereading it sometime in the future.