The King needs an heir and that means finding some sort of woman to do the job. "That's all it's about, ultimately: basic, carnal compatibility in order to satisfy this need. For that reason, the pictures I request of those who wish to apply are explicit. The full prerequisites are attached to the correspondence. If you aren't comfortable with these demands, don't bother applying."
Ella applies, seeing straight through the bulls--t; she goes as far as derisively add a set of pictures fitting the requirements the letter demands: A picture of her "pussy" - a fat, indolent Persian - and of her in her nightwear - yoga pants and a hoodie. In lieu of an introduction, her message reads: "Dear Daniel Franko Phillipe Del Luz, I've applied to guarantee that I'm not summoned to your little orgy. F--k you. We aren't all stupid. Ella."
It was supposed to go through an automated system; she didn't expect anyone to read it. Let alone the King.
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The story itself is lots and lots of fun! The Cinderella reference is really just a snark that adds giggles to the whole. I've seen that some folks feel distressed by some of the language, but I found it to be within the norm of an age group, nothing more. There is erotica near the end. Basically, I loved it, and giggled throughout.
Audrey Lusk gave a really fine performance with excellent character definition and perfect snarkiness.
I like Fantasy & Science Fiction but not into Zombie. Due to Health issues, listen to Audiobooks/read ebooks where I can enlarge the print
if the author for aiming for humorous, sadly this book, which I had hopes for, missed the mark badly. It is more akin to ribald porn loosely based on Cinderella.
The Narrator was in my opinion not the best, but then again she did not have a good story to work with.
Not worth even the cheep whisper sync price. Give this one a miss, unless a lot of foul language and explicit sex all though the book, is your bag
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