Operation Cinderella

Hope Tarr
Contemporary romance
Available from Entangled Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-62266-983-7
October 2012

After a radio host trash talks her latest editorial on his show, Macie Graham is seriously rethinking all her options in life. First though, she figures a little revenge is on the cards and her perfect way in is to become a nanny to the man's daughter as a way to uncover any dirty little secrets he may have.

Ross Mannon figures all his daughter needs in her life is stability, so he decides a nanny to help around the house would be perfect. When the right woman turns up, Ross is relieved but little does he know that she could be his undoing.

This book opened with a prologue which I thought was tad unnecessary, yet didn't dwindle how great this book was. The plot was well-written as to was the dialogue with Macie planning everything picture perfectly so that Ross didn't suspect a thing. The sex scenes were hot, even though they didn't happen until I was about halfway through the book or a bit further along. What I liked so much about Macie was that it took wanting revenge against Ross for her to start believing in fairy tales and happy ever after again since she thought such things didn't exist. While with Ross, I enjoyed his protective nature for his daughter and those he cared about.

Overall, Ms. Tarr has done an incredible job penning this novel, of which I very much enjoyed the ending because I like to think that everyone should get a happy ever after of their own.

Overall rating:
Sensuality rating: Very sensual

Reviewer: Bec
December 27, 2012


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