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Three balls. Three sexual adventures. One true love. In the years since her husband King Charming boarded a pirate ship to “find himself”, Queen Ella has ruled alone. Romantic love? It’s a girlish emotion. These days, her only confidant is her steward, Sebastian.Five years is a long time to forego sexual pleasures. She’s the queen, after all..shouldn’t she be allowed a fe Three balls. Three sexual adventures. One true love. In the years since her husband King Charming boarded a pirate ship to “find himself”, Queen Ella has ruled alone. Romantic love? It’s a girlish emotion. These days, her only confidant is her steward, Sebastian.Five years is a long time to forego sexual pleasures. She’s the queen, after all..shouldn’t she be allowed a few indulgences? A masquerade is just the ticket to find fulfillment Charming never gave her. With Sebastian’s encouragement—and a little help from a fairy godmother—Ella prepares to make some magic.The first masked stranger she dallies with gives her a taste of what she’s been craving. And it’s just not enough. A second ball follows. A third. Each one—and each anonymous man—sends her to new heights of sexual pleasure. And reawakens the notion that maybe, just maybe, love does not always lead to pain.Her indiscretions have not gone unnoticed. As her stepfamily makes a move to take over the throne, Ella has nowhere to turn, no one to trust…except the men behind the masks…Warning: This is the new “happily ever after”, strictly for grown-ups…


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Three balls. Three sexual adventures. One true love. In the years since her husband King Charming boarded a pirate ship to “find himself”, Queen Ella has ruled alone. Romantic love? It’s a girlish emotion. These days, her only confidant is her steward, Sebastian.Five years is a long time to forego sexual pleasures. She’s the queen, after all..shouldn’t she be allowed a fe Three balls. Three sexual adventures. One true love. In the years since her husband King Charming boarded a pirate ship to “find himself”, Queen Ella has ruled alone. Romantic love? It’s a girlish emotion. These days, her only confidant is her steward, Sebastian.Five years is a long time to forego sexual pleasures. She’s the queen, after all..shouldn’t she be allowed a few indulgences? A masquerade is just the ticket to find fulfillment Charming never gave her. With Sebastian’s encouragement—and a little help from a fairy godmother—Ella prepares to make some magic.The first masked stranger she dallies with gives her a taste of what she’s been craving. And it’s just not enough. A second ball follows. A third. Each one—and each anonymous man—sends her to new heights of sexual pleasure. And reawakens the notion that maybe, just maybe, love does not always lead to pain.Her indiscretions have not gone unnoticed. As her stepfamily makes a move to take over the throne, Ella has nowhere to turn, no one to trust…except the men behind the masks…Warning: This is the new “happily ever after”, strictly for grown-ups…

30 review for Cinderella Unmasked

  1. 4 out of 5

    Aղցela W.

    Spoiler Ahead I read this book as part of a bonus challenge for the Erotica Group on GR. I am really not a fairytale reader. It's been five years since Prince Charming has left Queen Ella has ruled alone. It has also been five long years since she has had any sexual fulfillment. So she has sex with masked stranger's and she finds more pleasure than she thought she would. The book also takes a few twist when her stepfamily tries to take over the throne. This was an ok read the sex scenes were hot Spoiler Ahead I read this book as part of a bonus challenge for the Erotica Group on GR. I am really not a fairytale reader. It's been five years since Prince Charming has left Queen Ella has ruled alone. It has also been five long years since she has had any sexual fulfillment. So she has sex with masked stranger's and she finds more pleasure than she thought she would. The book also takes a few twist when her stepfamily tries to take over the throne. This was an ok read the sex scenes were hot as the Queen got her grove back. It just this is not the kind of book that I would have picked for myself. The book was well written with no errors in grammar or spelling.

  2. 4 out of 5

    ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme

    In this Cinderella story, it's what happened after the "happily ever after". Apparently, it went to hell in a handbasket. Who knew Prince Charming was gay? Apparently he didn't know either. Ella is stuck with a kingdom to rule while her husband is away, trying to "find himself". More like trying to find a hole to stick his dick in or someone sticking a dick in his arse. I'm not impressed with the bastard. He's not so charming for me. Sebastian, the steward is Ella's right hand man. (I love the na In this Cinderella story, it's what happened after the "happily ever after". Apparently, it went to hell in a handbasket. Who knew Prince Charming was gay? Apparently he didn't know either. Ella is stuck with a kingdom to rule while her husband is away, trying to "find himself". More like trying to find a hole to stick his dick in or someone sticking a dick in his arse. I'm not impressed with the bastard. He's not so charming for me. Sebastian, the steward is Ella's right hand man. (I love the name Sebastian so I was melty already.) His unrequited love for Ella is frustrating. While this is all going on, the kingdom is suffering due to the war with their neighboring country, run by Ella's stepsister and stepmother. Yup, those bitches still have a hard on for her. Both cunts do whatever they can to make her miserable. I found this retelling to be fun and fast paced. The story flowed and the sex scenes were good. Nothing what I would consider BDSM, but definitely a little kinky. Well, if you consider a threesome and one of them is a satyr at the time kinky. Ms. Dee wove a beautiful "what if" tale and her ending as all American fairy tales end, with a happily ever after. It was sweet and I enjoyed it. I recommend this story to all little girls who wanted to know what could happen after the "happily ever after". I would definitely read another Ms. Dee book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Penny Watson

    Cinderella Unmasked by Bonnie Dee and Marie Treanor This is an erotic version of "Cinderella." I adore funky new twists on fairy tales, and this one is quite good. Dee and Treanors' "twist" on the legend--Prince Charming abandons the kingdom to "take up with" a male pirate (hee hee....love that!) and leaves Cinderella in charge--is a kick-ass premise for a book. The authors manage to throw in some sexy adventures for the queen, a hot hero, a fairy godmother, wicked stepmother and stepsisters, and Cinderella Unmasked by Bonnie Dee and Marie Treanor This is an erotic version of "Cinderella." I adore funky new twists on fairy tales, and this one is quite good. Dee and Treanors' "twist" on the legend--Prince Charming abandons the kingdom to "take up with" a male pirate (hee hee....love that!) and leaves Cinderella in charge--is a kick-ass premise for a book. The authors manage to throw in some sexy adventures for the queen, a hot hero, a fairy godmother, wicked stepmother and stepsisters, and even the return of Charming. This is well written and entertaining, but I felt like the pacing should have been faster. This would have worked better as a shorter story. I will definitely be reading more stories by these new-to-me authors. Grade: B+/A-

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    King Charming has left Cinderella (Ella) to find adventure with his pirate lover. Ella is no longer the young girl infatuated by the charming prince. She’s had to grow up and take on the responsibilities befitting a Queen. Her only true friend and confidant is her steward, Sebastian, who is forever at her service. Ella longs for more out of her life than lonely nights alone in her bedchambers. She decides to throw a masquerade ball, intending to find herself a lover for the night. She’s the quee King Charming has left Cinderella (Ella) to find adventure with his pirate lover. Ella is no longer the young girl infatuated by the charming prince. She’s had to grow up and take on the responsibilities befitting a Queen. Her only true friend and confidant is her steward, Sebastian, who is forever at her service. Ella longs for more out of her life than lonely nights alone in her bedchambers. She decides to throw a masquerade ball, intending to find herself a lover for the night. She’s the queen and she should be allowed a night to indulge. Only the wonderful night with her masked lover leaves her longing for more and wondering why the man seemed vaguely familiar. Craving the sexual pleasure denied to her in marriage, she decides to throw another ball, hoping her masked lover will attend again. Instead she is reunited with her first love and a satyr, who is more than willing to let Queen Ella experience the fantasy of her dreams. There is something similar about the satyr and her masked lover from the first ball and Ella suspects magic is involved since her fairy godmother has been visiting. Ella is determined to have the man reveal is true self. Sebastian will do anything for his queen even if means ignoring his own desires. He knows Ella better than perhaps she knows herself. She yearns to be loved but first she must learn to trust again. Unfortunately Ella’s indiscretions are noticed and there are those who wish to have her removed from the throne. Ella must trust completely in her masked lover(s) for all to work out in the end. What a tantalizing sequel to the beloved childhood fairytale-- Cinderella. I read this in one night, wanting to know what would happen next. The loves scenes scorched the pages, and will leave the reader trying to fan the flames. This is no doubt an erotica with nights for pleasure, but there is also passion and undying love, too, giving you hope for the happily ever after. You will undoubtedly fall in love with this romantic adult fairytale. Review for PNR Paranormal Reviews (Reviewer Recommended Read)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Charity

    A Cinderella fairytale fantasy, not a retelling but a “next chapter in her life” kind of thing, a concept I love. To be fair Cinderella is my least favorite princess, too many personal reasons to get into, but I was never a fan. I was very reluctant to get this book, but I have been on an Erotic fairytale kick so I thought- why not. I am so glad it is not a retelling! I love the idea of seeing an older more mature, STRONGER woman who is less “poor me, I need a prince to save me” and more like “If A Cinderella fairytale fantasy, not a retelling but a “next chapter in her life” kind of thing, a concept I love. To be fair Cinderella is my least favorite princess, too many personal reasons to get into, but I was never a fan. I was very reluctant to get this book, but I have been on an Erotic fairytale kick so I thought- why not. I am so glad it is not a retelling! I love the idea of seeing an older more mature, STRONGER woman who is less “poor me, I need a prince to save me” and more like “If I want something done I will do it myself.” This is more like something young girls should be taught, not the sex with strangers part, just the strong willed version with better self-respect. Ok enough with my rant. So I liked the idea behind this older Ella, I like the overall plot, but the execution was boring at times. I just didn’t feel that pull to hurry and find out what happens. I did finish it, but I felt it was a struggle. It is a historical read (obviously) but there were a few inconsistencies with the time period. I’m going with a 3.5 rating and the saving grace was the content. It just really tickles me pink that the prince is gay and Ella has sex with two men at once- among her other dalliances. It makes thinking about the popular children’s tale a little more enjoyable when I can picture this future scenario in my head.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Future Slayer Girl

    I sort of have this habit of going on the hunt for Fairy Tales retold in a ‘erotic’ or ‘romance’ fashion. A what if, or even a sequel to the stories that we grew up with as children. So many times I have been disappointed, even annoyed at how they spun the tail, either making the Princesses slutty or really unlikable. However, this story did none of that. Cinderella unmasked is a sequel to the Cinderella story and boy oh boy does it deliver! I loved this whole story, I loved all the plot turns, I sort of have this habit of going on the hunt for Fairy Tales retold in a ‘erotic’ or ‘romance’ fashion. A what if, or even a sequel to the stories that we grew up with as children. So many times I have been disappointed, even annoyed at how they spun the tail, either making the Princesses slutty or really unlikable. However, this story did none of that. Cinderella unmasked is a sequel to the Cinderella story and boy oh boy does it deliver! I loved this whole story, I loved all the plot turns, I thought each sex scene was more and more sexy. I want to think of the Princesses as adults because they are. When they first get married you are disillusioned by the great Disney Princess image that is tossed at you as a young girl. But if you are like me when you grow up and see that scene with Cinderella and Charming driving off and kissing in the window don’t you want to know what’s going down at the honeymoon? This book is a great read, it gives more life to a beloved Fairy Tale and makes Cinderella appear more strong and independent rather than someone to walk all over. It even had a touch of some BDSM hints in it, trust me Sebastian will make an incredible Dom!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kathie (katmom)

    An erotic fairy tale...wowza. Queen Ella has been a very good girl, running the kingdom after King Charming left to find himself...first with a goose girl and then with a PIRATE...yeah...wow... She's been helping the country along quite well. Her chief steward, Sebastian, has been her right hand. She doesn't quite SEE him, but she's very glad he's there. Deciding that she needs SOMETHING, SOMEONE...she plans a ball where she's going to get that SOMETHING. Along comes that fairy godmother, this time An erotic fairy tale...wowza. Queen Ella has been a very good girl, running the kingdom after King Charming left to find himself...first with a goose girl and then with a PIRATE...yeah...wow... She's been helping the country along quite well. Her chief steward, Sebastian, has been her right hand. She doesn't quite SEE him, but she's very glad he's there. Deciding that she needs SOMETHING, SOMEONE...she plans a ball where she's going to get that SOMETHING. Along comes that fairy godmother, this time for Sebastian. Let the good times roll! It's so much "fun", Ella has two more balls...whew...hot. There's a subplot with her nasty step mother and sisters planning to overthrow her kingdom...but this story has an HEA, which is how all good (and sexy) fairytales should go... I'd read this one again, after I get it back from the lovely friend that gave it to me!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kellyflower

    For those that ever pondered .."I wonder what ever happened to Cinderella and Prince Charming?" this gives you an answer. I liked the storyline, Cinderella has basically been abandoned and is now running a kingdom on her own. But she has no one to love. Doesn't she deserve some happiness, or at the very least some hot steamy sex?! No worries she gets both in this book. I must say I enjoyed the plot more then I did the erotica part.

  9. 5 out of 5

    ♥The Kat's Meow♥

    Bonny Dee and Marie Treanor take crafting fairy tales to a whole new level. This Cinderella story does not disappoint. I staid up well into to wee hours of the morning, eager to know what happened next.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Maura

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. After the Happy Ever After, we learn that Cinderella is now queen and that Prince Charming abdicated and ran off with a pirate lover. But Ella is worked to the bone and misses sex...in fact, she wants to spice things up again. So she asks her most trusted adviser, Sebastian, to throw a ball, where she intends to engage in hot sex with a complete stranger. After the first success, she asks hims to throw two more, which are also successful in that Ella is able to explore her desires. But these bal After the Happy Ever After, we learn that Cinderella is now queen and that Prince Charming abdicated and ran off with a pirate lover. But Ella is worked to the bone and misses sex...in fact, she wants to spice things up again. So she asks her most trusted adviser, Sebastian, to throw a ball, where she intends to engage in hot sex with a complete stranger. After the first success, she asks hims to throw two more, which are also successful in that Ella is able to explore her desires. But these balls and her exploits are causing rumors and her competing stepsister is willing to take advantage of it to gain herself a kingdom. It also has an effect on Sebastian, whom Ella fails to realize is in love with her. Definitely not your childhood fairytale...and definitely a unique take on the story. This is most definitely steamy, involving a threesome and a little light bondage as well. Beyond the steam, there is also a plot involving Ella's conniving stepsister and her minions and a sweet romance with Sebastian. I'd say the only hang up I had with this story is the fact that Ella believes she's having sex with strangers at least the first two times...which means there's no way she was in love with Sebastian either time. It wasn't really until she began to understand that Sebastian was attracted to her that Ella began to think she could be in love with him. So Sebastian, (view spoiler)[ who is actually in disguise as her lovers (hide spoiler)] is aware that Ella believes she's having sex with total strangers and isn't even once thinking of him. It comes a little close to infidelity for me... If she didn't love him, then it's not infidelity but then it's hard to believe that she'd just suddenly fall in love with Sebastian...makes me think that sex or convenience is the real reason. If she had loved him all this time and just hadn't realized it, then I can't like the fact that she's sexing it up with all these strangers instead of him. Ya know? I liked it, but had those niggling little doubts in my mind.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    THIS IS NOT YOUR MOTHER'S CINDERELLA! CINDERELLA UNMASKED Bonnie Dee and Marie Treanor Format: Paperback, 200 pages Publisher: Samhain Publishing (June 1, 2010) Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 563 KB Print Length: 200 pages Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (August 18, 2009) Sold by: Amazon Digital Services Ick-Factor—nearly toxic Cliche component—high, but you aren't going to pretend you're reading it for the plot right? Three balls. Three sexual adventures. One true love. In the years since THIS IS NOT YOUR MOTHER'S CINDERELLA! CINDERELLA UNMASKED Bonnie Dee and Marie Treanor Format: Paperback, 200 pages Publisher: Samhain Publishing (June 1, 2010) Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 563 KB Print Length: 200 pages Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (August 18, 2009) Sold by: Amazon Digital Services Ick-Factor—nearly toxic Cliche component—high, but you aren't going to pretend you're reading it for the plot right? Three balls. Three sexual adventures. One true love. In the years since her husband King Charming boarded a pirate ship to “find himself”, Queen Ella has ruled alone. Romantic love? It’s a girlish emotion. These days, her only confidant is her steward, Sebastian. Five years is a long time to forego sexual pleasures. She’s the queen, after all..shouldn’t she be allowed a few indulgences? A masquerade is just the ticket to find fulfillment Charming never gave her. With Sebastian’s encouragement—and a little help from a fairy godmother—Ella prepares to make some magic. The first masked stranger she dallies with gives her a taste of what she’s been craving. And it’s just not enough. A second ball follows. A third. Each one—and each anonymous man—sends her to new heights of sexual pleasure. And reawakens the notion that maybe, just maybe, love does not always lead to pain. Her indiscretions have not gone unnoticed. As her stepfamily makes a move to take over the throne, Ella has nowhere to turn, no one to trust…except the men behind the masks… Warning: This is the new “happily ever after”, strictly for grown-ups… When I first saw this cover on Facebook, I commented that I thought it was an ad for breast self examinations, and that would be a good thing. Then I somehow bought the book on Amazon and started reading it. It made me think about all the different times and ways in which Cinderella has been presented in my life. Naked men and satyrs and pirates never really entered into it before. Stuart Damon in May 2009.Stuart Damon image via Wikipedia My first Cinderella was, no doubt, a little Golden Book Version and in 1965 I remember my mom being really excited about a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical that was going to be on TV (CBS) with Lesley Ann Warren and Stuart Damon (left-you know him from General Hospital). Mom was excited about it because Celeste Holm, Ginger Rogers and Walter Pidgeon were in it. Lesley Ann Warren was a trained ballet dancer so that was going to add something. Perhaps my mother thought that would inspire me. I don't know, in ballet I always felt I had missed all the classes where we learned anything. Back then, in black and white on our thirteen-inch screen (which we had until 1972), it was magical. The music was great and I was transported. It did nothing for my career in the ballet school being taught in the fire station however. Then, in a service internship in college I interned at a state run theater and they ran Cinderella. Because it was the state we had all kinds of educational information around it. They discussed how the story was very old and they had traced it all the way to China.It certainly has had a lot of versions filmed and written throughout the years, I even saw that there is a Sin-derella from 1965. We also have the socio/psycho/anthrop-logical theories brought out of fairy tales. White knights, Peter Pan and uncomfortable shoes! What about this version of Cinderella? Queen Ella is now 31 and really horny since her Prince Charming turned into Prince Charles (ie. boring, unfaithful) and disappeared. The way she is described she reminds me of one of the Gabor sisters. She decides to hold a masquerade ball so she can find a sexual partner and in cognito have sex with him. After she meets the man of her dreams at the ball but doesn't learn his name she decides to throw a second ball to find him. This time another fantasy is realized. After the second ball she realizes who her mystery lovers are. Forces, in the form of her mendacious step family in a neighboring kingdom conspire to keep them apart and bring back Prince Charming who is now a gay pirate. Will Ella and her mystery beau survive? Will Ella, Charming and his pirate lover get it on? Will Ella be cast out in disgrace? Or will they all live happily ever after? This isn't so much a retelling as a sequel: Cinderella the Post-Charming Years. The intimate scenes are sexy even though I also found then icky. The sex wasn't terribly inventive. I had a hard time deciding if we were back in days of yore or in a post-industrial kingdom. They had a tub and bathroom with running water, but it did not seem they had cars or telephones. The book was highly predictable plot wise, although Prince Charming ending up being different than I thought he would be. It's possible I have read too many erotica books but I pretty much knew what would happen after the first 30 pages. Are there any redeeming qualities? Well Queen Ella comes off a mature,not dependent on men, and a good ruler with an egalitarian spirit. And, it isn't a retelling which was nice. The relationship between Ella and her beau is loving. I bought the Kindle version which was only $3.44. If I were to purchase a paperback I would, in all likelihood, buy something else. with the nearly $12 price tag. Not great, not terrible. Not going to become part of my Erotica Library.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Gena

    I enjoyed this and initially had it as 3*. However towards the end Sebastian's "real" personality didn't seem to align with his alter egos (a little soft?) and this threw me off. The scene at the end with the family was excellent.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Morris

    Great I always enjoy my Bonnie Dee books. This was quick fun steamy read. Glad she had something new for me to finish my summer with. She's a hidden treasure

  14. 5 out of 5

    S.T. Williams

    Cinderella Unleashed is kind of like an erotic sequel to the Grimm's classic tale of the beautiful servant girl turned princess. In Ms. Dee's fantasy world the lovely Queen Ella had a short few years of happiness with the handsome Prince Charming before his impulsive ways lead him to stray from her bed and eventually leave her to rule the kingdom in his steed. Now the story of where Charming went is amusing but not nearly as intriguing of what became of Ella is his absence. Years of sexual repre Cinderella Unleashed is kind of like an erotic sequel to the Grimm's classic tale of the beautiful servant girl turned princess. In Ms. Dee's fantasy world the lovely Queen Ella had a short few years of happiness with the handsome Prince Charming before his impulsive ways lead him to stray from her bed and eventually leave her to rule the kingdom in his steed. Now the story of where Charming went is amusing but not nearly as intriguing of what became of Ella is his absence. Years of sexual repression and life on a pedestal as the kingdom's chaste and beloved ruler have left the beautiful woman with some over zealous fantasies, and as people with money and power tend to do she decides she can arrange for her own satisfaction by spending money on an elaborate party...or 3. Ella's most loyal and trusted friend and advisor Sebastian has long held his feelings for her at bay, but upon realizing her intentions behind the throwing of an elaborate masquerade ball he enlists the help of the kingdom's favorite fairy god mother Lucinda to disguise him as her fantasy lover and allow him to be the one to serve her in ways he only ever before dared to imagine. I love a new take on a classic tale and Bonnie Dee did a wonderful job keeping the lovely elements of the classic tale while spinning in modern sexy story telling. Ella's fantasies both realized and unrequited are hot, hot, hot, and this is one erotic fairytale that will keep your thighs clenching chapter to chapter, with amusing breaks of light laughter in between.

  15. 4 out of 5

    PurplyCookie

    If you've wondered what happened after Cinderella married Prince Charming, "Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies #1) " provides some steamy possibilities. Out of all the scenarios I'd imagined for what happened after Cinderella's "happy ending" this wasn't one of them. I never would have guessed Prince Charming to be a "Flower Boy", but can definitely understand Cinderella's need to be seen and treated like any other red blooded woman with needs. Although there were a few questions that kept r If you've wondered what happened after Cinderella married Prince Charming, "Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies #1) " provides some steamy possibilities. Out of all the scenarios I'd imagined for what happened after Cinderella's "happy ending" this wasn't one of them. I never would have guessed Prince Charming to be a "Flower Boy", but can definitely understand Cinderella's need to be seen and treated like any other red blooded woman with needs. Although there were a few questions that kept rearing their ugly heads. Such as, if Cinderella was worried about anyone finding out about her little adventures, why didn't she have someone else dress up as a decoy double? It was a masquerade ball with everyone wearing masks, right? Also, why would you take even the tiniest of chances by disappearing during a ball when someone you know is out to get you, specifically your hateful step-family in attendance just waiting for you to do so. Especially when they all but came right out and said so right before you disappear. Are there any redeeming qualities? Well Queen Ella comes off a mature,not dependent on men, and a good ruler with an egalitarian spirit. And, it isn't a retelling which was nice. More of Purplycookie’s Reviews @: http://www.goodreads.com/purplycookie Book Details: Title Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies #1) Author Bonnie Dee Reviewed By Purplycookie

  16. 5 out of 5

    SandyL

    This was a sexy re-telling of Cinderella's life after Prince (now King) Charming leaves her for a pirate. Ella is lonely after 5 years of no nookie and decides to hold a masked ball hoping to find a commoner to have a fling with. Her loyal steward Sebastian helps to plan the affair, secretly longing for her to notice him as more than a subject. With some help from fairy godmother Lucinda, Sebastian is able to make Ella (and his own) fantasies come true. Great story with some sexy scenes and a gr This was a sexy re-telling of Cinderella's life after Prince (now King) Charming leaves her for a pirate. Ella is lonely after 5 years of no nookie and decides to hold a masked ball hoping to find a commoner to have a fling with. Her loyal steward Sebastian helps to plan the affair, secretly longing for her to notice him as more than a subject. With some help from fairy godmother Lucinda, Sebastian is able to make Ella (and his own) fantasies come true. Great story with some sexy scenes and a great ending!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Naphitali

    Oh this is definitely something different and its delightful! I like this prequel even better than the original. I can't say I've never wanted to know what "happily ever after" encompassed and the resulting story has it funny and unexpected twists. Even though readers clearly know what is happening and the plot is simple and easy to figure out, it is still a fun read, and might i add HOT and STEAMY.

  18. 4 out of 5

    ⚜️Trea

    This is a very short erotic story about Cinderella's life after her happily ever after with Prince Charming. The story moves quickly and is more focused on the erotic pleasures that grown up Cinderella, now known as Ella, seeks to fulfill her life. While it does have a plotline, I wasn't really able to connect with Ella or Sebastian as characters. It was that lack of connection that makes this book unremarkable at best.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Cinderella is my favorite fairy tale category, so this book was a given. Cinderella has grown from her story with Prince Charming. She rules the kingdom now as Queen. I wanted this story to be ... more. It's well done, it's nicely paced, but there was a missing connection. Something just wasn't quite there for me. Cinderella came off as a very selfish young woman. Sebastian was delicious as Lucinda, fairy godmother, tackles his desires.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Scarfuto

    Loved this one! Short and sweet!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marilicious

    An erotic take on Cinderella. A solid 3.5.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Short but enjoyable!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Louise Venter

    Love fairytales, was great to have a more adult approach. And I loved that it carried on from the original Cinderella.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jaimie

    This book was just ok. The writting was somewhat confusing at times. Juicy but forgetble.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nikki

    I do love fairy tales, especially with a more grown up twist! This one did not disappoint. The fact the Prince Charming ended up with a pirate just added some extra funny to the story :)

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sydney Logan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

  28. 5 out of 5

    Dyona

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karen Rickman

  30. 4 out of 5

    Josie Klares

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