I’m so excited to present part two of the special 2-post event kicking off the New Year!
As I said yesterday, I was approached by an awesome group of authors a while back to help promote their Cinderella Treasure Trove. Remember, 15 Cinderella stories. FIFTEEN! And, of course, I wanted to help. So, again keeping this short for your time’s sake, today I bring you the next half of these wonderful and talented ladies to share their covers and stories. Thank you for returning! If you missed yesterday’s post, read it here http://wp.me/p1tz0T-1q9 and we’ll wait. Ready?
Please welcome more special GSS guests!
We are the Glass Slipper Sisterhood. A collection of fifteen romance authors who have written a retelling of the Cinderella story. From tear-jerking heartaches nail-biting suspense, haunting magic, bubbly chick lit humor and dream-come-true romance, we’ve got something for every reader! We’ve compiled excerpts from each story into one free volume, the upcoming “Cinderella Treasure Trove,” which we’ve filled with recipes and ideas to inspire your next party. We will be launching this volume on New Year’s Eve with a huge princess giveaway. To highlight this treasure trove, as well as our individual titles, we’ve crafted a book trailer which we hope you might enjoy.
Please take a look at the trailer, which can be found on Youtube at https://youtu.be/9iQeoybSd0o?list=PLMxj85qIUzd9IY9GYRNRXPTgmbcsOYCFE, or you can view it right here. It’s movie day on the Ranch! The Cinderella Treasure Trove:
Here’s the link to our Amazon store which features all of the books highlighted in the sampler book.
We also have a web page: http://stacyjuba.com/blog/glassslippersisters/ and a Facebook group where we interact with readers about all things Cinderella. https://www.facebook.com/groups/482493158588214
In Nobody’s Cinderella by Joan Reeves, Darcy is the oldest cliché in the world
—a woman in love with her boss. She’s not even a blip on Chase’s radar, but her
matchmaking friend has a plan. All it takes? A couple of lies—and a wish on a
Christmas star. Darcy should heed that old advice: be careful what you wish for!
In Ines Johnson’s “Pumpkin: a Cindermama Story”, having given up on
fairytales after falling for her toad of an ex, Pumpkin is afraid to take a chance
on town royalty Manny who believes she may be his soulmate.
In PJ Sharon’s “Savage Cinderella”, Brinn Hathaway survives for years in
the wild after being kidnapped and left for dead, only to be drawn out of hiding
by a young nature photographer who steals her heart. Now, Brinn must decide if
coming out of hiding is worth the hope—and the danger—that may await her.
Raven St. James only has 24 hours in her Cinderella body in Sharon Kleve’s
“Second Chance Cinderella.” What will she do with it? Will she become the
confident, strong, flirty girl she wants to be? Will she get the guy she has always wanted?
If you had your dream body for only 24 hours… What would you do? In Angela Ford’s
“Spellbound Cinderella,” one magical pendant gives Tess one wish to use before the
clock strikes twelve.
In Melissa McClone’s “The Cinderella Princess,” a scandal-ridden prince must
marry a royal if he doesn’t want to be disowned, but he falls for the American sent to find
him a princess bride.
In Rochelle Weber’s “The Thin Person Inside”, rock star Sean Wesley and three-hundred
pound Kristen Jensen are an unlikely match. But strange things happen when food and drug
addicts come together at the Danville (Middle-of-Nowhere), Illinois, VA Hospital.
In Lynette Sofras “Wishful Thinking”, a struggling single mother and a pop-icon turned
Hollywood star meet in unusual circumstances. Fate drew them together but the intrigue and
trappings of stardom threaten to unravel love’s ties.
Tune in for UnCover Monday throughout January where I’ll also be hosting this fabulous group’s combined Cinderella Treasure Trove cover art, which will link back to these two posts as well. Thank you for stopping by this week. Be sure to chat with the authors right here on the Ranch!