CINDERELLA'S WEDDING WISH
Miranda’s been hired by Rafe Knighton to help him plan a Cinderella’s ball. If all goes well, he’ll meet the woman he’ll marry there. Miranda works closely with Rafe, and though she starts to fall for him, she quickly puts the idea out of her mind—she has no plans to get married anytime soon. All she wants was to save up enough money to renovate and live in her grandmother’s old home. When the ball fails to net him a bride, Rafe proposes another plan to Miranda—she’ll pose as his fiancée! Miranda’s reluctant, but Rafe is willing to pay for the rest of her grandmother’s home, so she agrees. Rafe will convince the world that he’s marriageable with his fake fiancée and Miranda will have her dream home—what more could either of them want?
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The Heroine is a hard working and intelligent woman who is always trying to do her best for her boss. The Hero is her boss who has the playboy reputation but is sincere at heart. The hero looks for a woman to get married to and ask the Heroine to help him organize a ball. She knows that she likes him but she tries to forget her heart and accept the offer as a business.
There were some scenes that were kind of frustrating because it was obvious they like each other but it’s only them who try not to notice about each others’ feelings. The story has all the scenes that any girl would dream about.
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- How cute! 4
- Gee 01/02/2017 1 people found the following review helpful
This story is soo cute. She might've been the first one to catch feelings but I think he fell deeply in love first. The hero was smart I think from the time that they had that practice dance, he already knew that the heroine is someone special to him. Though he didn't know how to call that relationship so he just called it "friendship". It's very obvious that they like each other but because the heroine is focused on her goals she just brushes all the signs that the hero keeps on throwing at her. And the hero haha!!! so cute he keeps throwing signs that are not being caught by the heroine. But I don't think he realizes that he was being too obvious (in a readers point of view that is..) that he is so into her already. He loves her but he wants to confirm that she has feelings for him too. But the heroine, scared of being hurt, ends up being stubborn. All in all I like it a lot. The story was really sweet, there was XXX but the feel of the story is not lust but more cute, sweet romance. I love i! It's simple but very soothing kinda of story. It didn't stress me out like other stories. And the sister keeps popping up on some scenes. I'm not mad at it, she did help the heroine with her make over. And she got her own man at the end as well. I'm happy she got her happy ending too.
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