Cindy's Prince by Christine Bush
Cindy Castle's life is a fine juggling act--raising her orphaned niece and nephew in northeast Philadelphia, embracing her job as a children's librarian, and keeping alive her dream of becoming an author of children's books. She has NO need for a prince to charge into her life with promises of easy castle life. History has shown this "Cinderella" that all fairy tales don't have happy endings. Princeton Edmund Highfield III isn't a knight on horseback, he's one of Philadelphia's elite. His version of "horsepower" comes in the form of a snazzy Aston Martin, the same model of car that James Bond drives. Is Prince out of his mind, chasing after this daring woman with a ready-made family who is absolutely not impressed with his status of society's most eligible bachelor? What must he do to prove his love is real and sincere, and that their story can have a happily ever after ending?
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It's a Cinderella fairy tale gone wrong.
Princeton Highfield III came from one of Philadelphia's best families
He was quite a catch for any would-be princess in his James Bond Aston Martin
When he falls in love with Cindy, he wants to bring her to his wealthy world
But Cindy's not impressed
She's content being a children's librarian and raising her niece and nephew
She learned from painful experience that money and fantasy can lead to a broken heart
She's determined to stay in her little community, helping her struggling neighbors
Despite the attraction, she wants no part of Prince and his world
If his Cinderella won't come to the castle, will Prince come to join and help her in her community?
How can he prove he is not some fairy tale, not just some shallow rich guy?
Can Cindy come to trust her Prince and his love?
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"Cindy's Prince" by Christine Bush
(Rochester, NY : Wild Rose Press, 2011)
Childrens' librarian Cindy Castle doesn't believe in fairy tales. She doesn't want or need a prince to rescue her from her life. Princeton Highfield comes roaring into Cindy's life. All he needed to do was one little task given to him by his father, but one look at Cindy and he had to get to know her. There's just something about this woman that has Prince's mind all tied in knots. Though the lives they lead are very different, Prince is determined to show Cindy it doesn't make a difference. He's got a lot of work to do to break down her barriers, and get her to open her heart to him.
Cindy gave up many things to take in her sister's children when she died. Morgan and Hannah are everything to her, and she loves them as if they were her own. She certainly doesn't need a rich man like Princeton to sweep her off her feet and take her into his world. The rich, high powered world is not the kind of life for Cindy or the children. But what Cindy doesn't know is she has changed Prince's life.
Cindy's Prince is a beautifully written contemporary romance. With this book, Ms. Bush shows the reader that two people from opposite worlds can find love. Her charismatic and memorable characters are full of emotion and heart, and readers will immediately take a liking to them. Faced with criticism and skepticism, this is Cindy and Prince's chance to find something that is rare- true love. They are thrown challenge after challenge which keeps the reader engaged and rooting for the deserved happily ever after.
Looking for a contemporary romance that will sweep you off your feet? A modern fairy tale with real life drama, heartache, and jampacked with emotion? Don't miss Cindy's Prince. It's an unforgettable story that will warm your heart long after the pages have been read.