Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for Jennifer Crusie “Crusie’s talent [is] for writing wacky romantic plots that shine with generous amounts of humor and. The Cinderella Deal: Chapter One. The storm raged dark outside, the light in the hallway flickered, and Lincoln Blaise cast a broad shadow over the mailboxes. The Cinderella Deal. If you’re going to be in a fairy tale with somebody, make sure you’re both telling the same story. Daisy Flattery is an incorrigible free spirit.
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It could have been longer but nice to have a short sweet superficial formulaic read sometimes. Which is harder to sell in a contemporary v. They decide to extend their Cinderella deal until the end of the school year, which they deem their “midnight.
But after Linc discussed this with Daisy, she worked hard to recover and repaint her own furniture to make it more appealing to Linc. Daisy isn’t an ordinary, suffering soul. Jenny Crusie is the NYT bestselling author of twenty some novels and lots of other stuff.
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You’ve successfully reported this review. Barely knowing each other? This is the beauty of Jennifer Crusie’s writing. The guy wanted her to become and made her become a stifled, completely different version of herself to further his professional life throughout the entire book.
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Daisy Flattery is a free spirit with a soft spot for strays and a weakness for a good story. Linc is a college professor who prefers things in black and white likes things to go his way.
The lecherous department chair does, too. He also ended up liking where she put his furniture – a good place for his home office. I wish this book could ctusie pictures. There real not much substance in this tale, just a bit of consciousness raising, but if you are in the mood for something light an fluffy, this is it. The characters were stereotypes but fun.
Oct 25, Pages. Accents came and went.
I enjoyed Daisy because she was so unconventional. This cinderellx unacceptable to Crawford who insists Linc get her back.
Oh my god, Linc. If he ever explained, she’d understand him a lot better. It’s a nice story but Crusie’s written better. I have liked a lot of Jennifer Crusie books – I like the sweetness and the quirkiness. The only reason he starts to notice Daisy is because he sees her in her slip and feel the impact of Daisy undressed. What did he do you may ask? And I am going cindsrella read yet another novel by Jennifer Crusie. However, I felt it lacked the sizzle and tension and just downright fun her other books have.
Showing of reviews. No One but You. The Cinderella Deal is sweet read, peppered with a host of typical characters ranging from the sarcastic best friend to the lecherous boss to the unexpected love-interests. It didn’t quite work.
Trivia About The Cinderella Deal. H is uptight with a lot of baggage and expectations.
The Cinderella Deal by Jennifer Crusie (3 star ratings)
Linc Blaise, studious, appropriate, intelligent, and a bit stodgy tells a fib about his bachelor status during an interview to attain his dream college professorial position, and gets himself into a situation. Mainstream romance gives me a lot more freedom in what I can write about than category although I love to write cindwrella short form so I’ll probably be trying different things with each book. How to write a great review. Her landlord came one day and found the cat Daisy just adopted.
I reviewed the following Jennifer Crusie books. Linc turns out to be a great hero, and Daisy is equally wonderful.
At the risk of sounding cheesy, my heart is still fluttering. Daisy Flattery is a free spirit with a soft spot for strays and a weakness for a good story. See all books by Cinderrlla Crusie. As for her, she got security with her marriage. Should You Read It? I think Linc is a douchebag, an ass. He is an English professor at the city college. Get to Know Us. He hires his downstairs neighbor to play the role.