"A tantalizing sequel to the beloved childhood fairytale"
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
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 his true self.
Sebastian will do anything for his queen even if it 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 love 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
Reviewed by: Karen
Michelle Nutt, author
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted October 4, 2009