I recieved a free copy of this book from Zoe Jones in exchange for an honest review.
The street is bathed in crisp autumn sunlight. The sky is clear and blue and the air is cool.
Author: Zoe Jones
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Publisher: Zoe Jones
Date Published: August 1, 2017
While sharing a bottle of wine with her flat mate after yet another bad date, Sophia advertises for her perfect man online. He must have a multi-million pound business, the face of Robert Pattinson and the body of Daniel Craig. The profile is just a bit of fun, but what happens when a man who meets pretty much all the criteria actually replies? Has Sophia finally found her perfect man, or is he not quite as perfect as he seems?
A romantic comedy that anyone who has every tried online dating will be able to relate to, Tinderella is a light-hearted novel that will help you see the funny side of the dating nightmare.
Tinderella is a cute, quick novel filled with laughs. When I first started this book, I was immediately drawn in. Tinderella is filled with tons of funny moments. That was one of the things that I really love about it. No matter what is happening, you can count on Sophia or Kate to break the tension with a good laugh.
Now, I had a sneaking suspicion the entire book that Daniel wasn’t who he said he was. I won’t give away what happens, but I will say that there are some unexpected turns in Tinderella. The suspicion throughout the book ended up giving it a bit of a mysterious undertone, which I really enjoyed!
Although there were many aspects of Tinderella that I liked, there were some that I didn’t. I wish the characters had more backstory. Especially, in romance, a good backstory is very important, but I just felt like Tinderella was lacking in that department. I also found the ending of this book very predictable, which made me not want to finish the book.
Overall, TInderella is a fun read filled with a cute romance, funny jokes, and a little bit of mystery. If you are interested in those aspects, then this book is for you!
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