Monday, 2 December 2013

Christmas Reading Challenge: Holly Kingston - A Cinderella Christmas

This year’s Cinderella pantomime is the hottest production in town. What’s more, Lucy is starring alongside Ryan Aspall: famous TV actor, sex symbol and potential love of her entire life. One teeny problem – Lucy is tripping the light fantastic as … the back end of the comedy cow. Surely nothing kills a flirty moment quite like wearing a massive set of udders?  

 At least she has the support of glamorous (if potentially flammable) Charmaine; a reality star diva of a Cinderella, who Lucy is completely fascinated by. But behind the fame and beauty, Charmaine is not all she seems.  

With more drama off the stage than on it, and everyone wanting to be star of the show, will Lucy find the confidence to make it out of the cow suit and into the spotlight this Christmas? 

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Today I'm reviewing Holly Kingston's debut novella A Cinderella Christmas as part of her blog tour.

Lucy would like to be so much more than the back end of a pantomine cow but her lack of confidence in believing that's she good enough to be a leading lady is stopping her from achieving her dream. 

Finding herself away from family and friends this Christmas, she's happy when the stars of the show Charmaine, who's playing Cinderella, and her crush Ryan, who's playing the leading man, befriend her. But are their intentions as innocent as they seem?... 

Lucy was such a delightful character that you couldn't help but like her, she had such endearing qualities in wanting to please everyone even if they were taking advantage of her!  And as for her other half of the cow Ben, he sounded so adorable.  Where can I find my own version of Ben?! 

This was such a fab, fun festive read that I whizzed through it in no time at all, in fact my only criticism of it would be that I would have loved a little more! A brilliant debut from Holly Kingston, I cannot wait to read more from her in the future.

I'd like to thank Kerry at Novelicious Books for sending me a copy of this eBook to review. 

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