There's one rule for a one night stand: NEVER see your part-time lover again. EVER....
Amanda and Harrison may be desperate, but the moment they meet, everything changes. Desire - unbidden, unwanted, impossible to fight - sizzles between them....
What would you do if the gynecologist subbing for your regular doctor turned out to be your old high school crush? Successful psychologist Dr. Jennifer Monroe does what any normal, well-adjusted woman would do....
Jane is used to dealing with challenges, but she's decidedly nervous about her 10-year high school reunion....
For years, Deanna's eccentric grandmother has been trying to marry her off to a rich man, and she's finally managed to do it. Deanna has spent her life trying to take care of those she loves....
Stretched thin from running a business and organizing a wedding, the last thing Jace needs is the world's most eligible bachelorettes trying to sneak their way into his bed....
In this sassy, sexy romantic comedy, Darcy Benton is the oldest cliché in the world - a woman in love with her boss.
Other than that little quirk, Darcy is no-nonsense, practical, mature, and sober. She's just the kind of woman Chase Whitaker wants as head of accounting for his company. She's definitely not the kind of woman he wants in his bed.
Enter Darcy's meddling, matchmaking best friend who has a plan to transform Darcy into a hottie designed to attract Chase's interest. All it takes? A couple of little lies.
Oh, and a wish on a star. Darcy should have heeded that old advice. Be careful what you wish for.
Nobody's Cinderella is book one of San Antone Two-Step.
While Nicole Colburn isn't the best narrator, she did grow on me. The story is cute, and formulaic. However, the journey was fun. The ugly, strait-laced, dowdy accountant becomes a beautiful, sexy, hot woman that the boss couldn't keep his eyes (hands) off of. Great book to listen to while doing chores or walking. I really enjoyed it.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
What did you love best about Nobody's Cinderella?
Another very enjoyable book by Joan Reeves! Joan has a way of making the characters in her books seem as if they could be your neighbor. <br/><br/>As an avid audiobook listener, I enjoy it when a narrator makes the characters really come to life. It is what I look for in the audio samples... before I buy. I sincerely think the narrator does a good job and don't understand how anyone could say that this one is monotone. Anything, but!!! I would definitely buy another book narrated by Nicole Colburn. <br/><br/>In any case, Joan Reeves does another fine job with this story, Darcy and Janet rock... can't wait for the next one. Two thumbs up!!!
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I would not recommending this book. Mostly because this narrator is horrible.
If you’ve listened to books by Joan Reeves before, how does this one compare?
The story is good enough. Nothing really exciting or special about the story but good enough.
What didn’t you like about Nicole Colburn’s performance?
I will be avoiding any future books read by this narrator. She is sooo mono tone and has terrible fluctuations.
Could you see Nobody's Cinderella being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Not really the story line is so overused as it is.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
I live in Australia and would find it very expensive to telephone to swap a book, but if I was going to exchange a book for another title, this would certainly be one of them.
I did quite enjoy Joan Reeves other title - Old Enough to Know Better (the first of her books I had heard). It was light, but entertaining.
Unfortunately, I found this book silly, unrealistic - to the extreme with a very poor story line.
Sorry, I don't usually put an author down, but I really don't think this particular title is really worth the effort.
It is a shame, but it has turned me off trying any of her other titles.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
Pretty good book but BAD BAD BAD narrator, ruined the whole book for me, nearly stopped reading about 5 times, needs a narrator like Becca Patoe (I think thats her last name, off fifty shades) someone with a bit of enthusiasm and not one mono tone voice throughout the WHOLE book. The girl plays a 23 - 25 year old but that narrator sounded about 50, just REALLY didnt work at all.
A real shame as it was a good story line. Maybe going old school and physically reading this one might be best.
5 of 12 people found this review helpful