Cinderella

  • Title: Cinderella
  • Author: Jenni James
  • ISBN: 2940016316192
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Nook
  • Cinderella A girl with a secret and a prince on a missionWhen Prince Anthony spies Eleanoria Woodston outside her family home dressed as a servant he knows something is amiss Pretending to be John his cousin s
    A girl with a secret and a prince on a missionWhen Prince Anthony spies Eleanoria Woodston outside her family home dressed as a servant, he knows something is amiss Pretending to be John, his cousin s outrider, he decides to take matters into his own hands and figure out why Ella hasn t been seen at court And importantly why the daughter of one of the wealthiest famA girl with a secret and a prince on a missionWhen Prince Anthony spies Eleanoria Woodston outside her family home dressed as a servant, he knows something is amiss Pretending to be John, his cousin s outrider, he decides to take matters into his own hands and figure out why Ella hasn t been seen at court And importantly why the daughter of one of the wealthiest families in the kingdom dresses like a pauper.Ella has had her own bout of trials, including losing her beloved father and facing the wrath and jealousy of her stepmother and stepsisters Becoming a servant doesn t seem all that bad until the handsome John comes into her life, now he appears to be upsetting everything Never before has she been so unsettled Just his presence is making her dream of a life beyond this one.When John invites Ella to the ball and she grudgingly accepts, he wonders if he s truly losing his mind How would he ever pull off pretending to be John while obviously hosting the ball as Anthony Especially when the stubborn girl has made it quite obvious she would never attend a ball with a snobbish prince.

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    1. I was going through the stories in Wattpad when I found this. It was perfect! Well, perfect enough to fill my need of cute lovey-dovey romance stuff. Yes it was a bit cliché, cheesy and not the best out there, but for me, nonetheless, it was nice to find something so simple and short yet creative and did not once made me want to stop reading it. Which is something you rarely find in Wattpad. I say good job to the author and I hope it gets more reads!

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    2. Another CinderellaNot the best Cinderella retelling I've ever read, though certainly not not the worst. There was more kissing than I like, but I enjoyed the main plot.

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    3. Sooo cute. I just love Jenni James's books. You never have to worry what you are going to find. They are clean, they are romantic. I would give them to my niece as well as my mom. Just great. The only negative critisism I could could come up with was sometimes it seems like they fall in instant love, but it doesn't matter, still brilliant. Well done Jenni!

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    4. I couldn't bring myself to finish it. I think if Gilbert Blythe were reviewing it, he'd tell the author to take out all the "highfaluting mumbo jumbo." I couldn't take it.

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    5. Friendship becomes romance.Eleanoria Woodston mostly tries not to think about how her life has changed since her beloved father died. Her stepmother, Lady Dashlund, rules the home with an iron hand, with Ella receiving the brunt of it. She now lives in the attic, instead of her own bedroom, and she does all the chores. Her stepsisters get to wear all the finery and are the recipients of Ella's hard work. Even her beloved horse, Sunshine, was sold to help pay the debts.Prince Anthony has been rop [...]

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    6. This was a cute version of Cinderella. I loved how the relationship of the prince and Ella was developed. However I thought the dynamic of the step mother should have been Developed better. I just didn't hate her much and she just wasn't a huge character. But cute story.

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    7. A very short, very simple and very sweet version of Cinderella.

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    8. Life has always been so terrible and unbearable for Cinderella, and yet, she always bore with it. Life has always been so tough, and yet, she always had it. When I initially chose this book to read, I did not do so because Cinderella is one of my favorite fairy-tales. I did this because of the mysterious and exciting blurb that Jenni James provided in her book. Of course, once I was halfway through I realized that that was only what she mentioned in the beginning chapters and that the whole stor [...]

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    9. Wow! I love this retelling of Cinderella better than any other. (Except for Cinder (Cinder #1) by Marissa Meyer) (Read that book if you don't know what I'm talking about). Cinderella (and Cinder) are absolutely delightful. Cinderella is recommended to readers who are at least eleven years old.The plot isn't twisty or anything, but everything is pretty well written and fitted together. Every word flows and nothing is too wrong or anything. I like the conflict of the story, but it isn't too big of [...]

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    10. First Line:"Ella picked up the last basket of clothing, her arms strained from attempting to carry the heavy, wet mass the twelve or so feet to the drying line." This is a very non-magical fairytale retelling of Cinderella. All the aspects that made the original story wonderful for me are missing here. There is no fairy godmother, no magical transformation, no running away at midnight and leaving behind a glass slipper, and no sense of awe or wonder at the discovery of the identity of the myster [...]

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    11. For me reading this book was like eating an overly sweet dessert- it just didn't have any substance to it. I could see the author was trying to update the story some and change up the romance but for me there just wasn't enough plot. It was far too much focus on the romantic part of the story for me. If you're a fan of sappy, sweet romances, then this one is for you!

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    12. If you want a book of cliches and corny romance lines, this is perfect for you. If you don't, I might suggest looking for a different book.

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    13. I found this to be a very simple retelling of the fairy tale. All in all, I enjoyed it, though I found it to be. . .underdeveloped. The editing was rough and in several places caused reading to cease and backtracking to occur to figure out what had just been read.Very little actually *happened*, the villian/s were barely present, and when things started coming to a head. . thing actually happened. They did not truly *do* anything. I did appreciate that Ella and the prince knew each other before [...]

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    14. Somehow there was absolutely no conflict in the book. Ella was just a girl who let everyone walk all over her and had low self esteem. The Prince was a pampered boy who got everything he wanted and his parents were perfect. The Prince mentions at the beginning that he didn't want to marry someone he didn't know and would not fall in love easily, but they somehow contradicts himself on what seems like the next page when he falls for Ella after seeing her just once. They say they have "been friend [...]

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    15. The Daddy Issues in this book were too real. Got me in the feels big time! But it was a cute read, and I enjoyed it.Although this doesn't seem like a very different retelling There was no Fairy-Godmother, and no 'When the clock strikes 12' business. There are so many different re-tellings of this story. The one where she goes to the ball wearing her step-sister's stuff, and they shred the clothes off her and scratch her face bloody.And the other version where she loses the slipper and when the P [...]

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    16. This was a cute retelling of Cinderella, for lack of a better word. I'm actually not too fond of the original because it shows a helpless girl that falls in love with a prince that doesn't even know her name. I loved how Ella and Anthony's feelings towards each other developed over time rather than in one night. I feel as though the stepmother's character could have been developed a little more and could have been more involved in the story. Over all, very enjoyable.

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    17. i love this version of cinderella seconed time reading it and still love it

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    18. This was a cute version of Cinderella, the best retelling I’ve read by this author so far and enjoyable enough that I would read it again sometime.

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    19. A little bit boring, but still can be enjoyed.

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    20. out of this series, so far I like this one the best.

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    21. una hermosa nueva version y me quedo con esta mas que con la original es mas creible y por lo menos no se enamoran a primera vista en el baile sin conocerse no in poco

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    22. *double sigh*Where to start?! What to say?! As usual, I quickly got sucked into Cinderella, devoured it in a day and loved every minute of it! Ella has a secret and Prince Anthony is bound and determined to figure out exactly what that secret is. Ella and Anthony first meet when they are kids but she had no clue that he was really the prince. He always dressed as a village kid and went by his middle name, Jonathan. After her father dies, her evil stepmother turns her into a servant girl and hide [...]

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    23. This version of Cinderella continues the tradition set up by two of my favorite retellings, ELLA ENCHANTED and the movie Ever After. Our Cinderella, Eleanoria (or Ella for short) knows Prince Anthony before the ball. It steers closer to Ever After in the fact that there is a secret identity, only this time, it's Ella that doesn't know that she's hanging out with a prince. She just knows him as John, the village boy she always beat at horse raising. Anthony, of course, remembers Ella, and doesn't [...]

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    24. 3.5 stars The story playing out between Ella and John/Prince Anthony is sweet and sincere and built on a friendship that reaches back to childhood. I enjoyed reading Anthony’s perspective, particularly as he went back and forth between “John” (when he was with Ella) and his role as Prince. He wasn’t afraid to show emotion when the situation called for it – no royal stoicism here – and I especially admired how he and Ella supported each other during their various struggles.I also very [...]

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    25. Like all of Jenni James’s stories, this is a charming retelling of the classic, with a little bit of sass added. Ella is definitely the traditional ‘Cinderella’ character, working without complaint and putting up with her step-family’s meanness, but she’s got some twists that I love. She’s a no-nonsense, strong woman who has no problem standing up to the new boy who comes around distracting her from her work. Now Anthony is definitely not your typical Prince Charming. He has no troub [...]

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    26. I've always loved the story of Cinderella, and Jenni James' version is a new favorite. Like in the fairytale, Ella Woodston, is grieved when her father dies. At this already difficult time, the jealousy and pettiness of her step-family are revealed, and she is forced to be a servant in her own home. Unlike in the fairytale, Ella and the Prince (Anthony) are acquainted with one another before the infamous ball. As children, Ella used to beat the prince in horse races each year. Naturally, he was [...]

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    27. Wow what a book!Ella is the daughter of a well off lord who passed away some years ago and was left in the care of her step mother and step sisters. Forced from everything she knows she becomes their servant until some years later when she is reminded of her past by an acquaintance she made when she was a child. Or is the correct term foe?Prince Anthony is the most handsome man in the kingdom and persuaded to help his cousin on his rounds keeping the queen up to date with news from the wealthy f [...]

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    28. I see a lot of people have really enjoyed this book, but I did not find it very well written at all. A new character arrives 2/3 of the way through, just to provide the answer to all Ella's problems. There is no explanation as to why he waited this long to give her the answers he had, and we never hear from him again. And Ella and the Prince kiss each other a whole lot and then still apparently aren't sure of their feelings for each other!? One of the step sisters all of a sudden becomes nice, a [...]

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    29. This version of Cinderella is a story that could almost happen in real life. Almost. My favorite part is that one of the stepsisters actually recognizes her faults and becomes Cinderellas friend.

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