The Cinderella Moment,

The Cinderella Moment, 1

by Jennifer Kloester

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 24/07/2013

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A love of fashion. A couture competition. A once-in-a-lifetime chance . . . Angel wants to be a fashion designer, but without money or connections, it's going to be a challenge. So when she gets a chance to head to Paris, Angel grabs it i even if it means masquerading as her best friend Lily. That can't be too hard, can it? But faking things doesn't come easy, and when Angel meets her very own Prince Charming, things start to get complicated. She needs to stop her secrets unravelling if she wants to live happily ever . . . From exciting talent Jennifer Kloester comes a modern fairytale of high society, mistaken identity, love, betrayal, friendship i and great clothes.
General fiction (Children's / Teenage)
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2 / 5 (1 Ratings)
  • A decent contemporary, but nothing special

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    THE CINDERELLA MOMENT reminds me of those romance chick flick teenage movies I don’t usually watch. A pauper to princess, let’s swap places with my rich best friend story. All these stories seem to have similar plot points and dilemmas, most kind of unbelievable. Every now and then the main character, Angel, would make a decision completely opposite to what you’d expect but 90% of the time you could tell where the story was going. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with that. Sometimes it’s nice to read a light fluffy book like that and still enjoy it. The problem was I have no interest in fashion or anything.

    I was mainly hanging out for the romance in this. Yes, I read a lot of fantasy and adventure books because I like fights and big conflicts, but a little romance-centric story is nice every now and then. Unfortunately, I didn’t love the romance in THE CINDERELLA MOMENT enough. It was so sappy at times and sappy is the one thing I cannot read unless I ship the characters ridiculously hard (in which case I will flail at anything they say to each other). Most of my dislike of this sappiness boils down to the fact that the characters had barely known each other for two weeks and were exchanging “I love you”. If they’d seen each other every day and really learnt a lot about each other, maybe then it wouldn’t be as annoying to me. Now let me say it wasn’t instalove however, it was just a romance that developed too quickly for my tastes. And Nick, the love interest, was actually a pretty good character so that was a big plus.

    Despite being a typical chick flick type romance novel, I still found THE CINDERELLA MOMENT fairly enjoyable. It was a bit hard for me to invest myself in the plot as I have no interest in fashion or anything. There were also some generic characters and very predictable plot points. The main thing I wanted to enjoy in THE CINDERELLA MOMENT was the romance. While not being instalove, it did develop too quickly for my tastes which sucked because it had the potential to be really good.