November 29, 2015

CederFortTour: Ella by Jessilyn Stewart Peaslee #Review

Reserved yet resilient, Ella Blakeley lives with her cruel stepmother and stepsisters, without hope of escape—until the day Prince Kenton announces a ball that changes everything. Even without mice, magic, or fairy godmothers, Ella might discover a life that’s better than she ever dreamed. This intricately woven twist on Cinderella is an enchanting book you won’t be able to put down.
Jessilyn Stewart Peaslee was born the fourth of seven children to a family of avid readers, movie quoters, and sports fanatics. She graduated with a degree in English from Brigham Young University in 2004. She is a mother of five rambunctious, adorable boys and while you read this, she is probably folding laundry . . . or should be.




This was a wonderful new take on the whole cinderella story. Where magic doesn't exist and its up to Ella to save herself.  This story felt very real in its telling and was a very good story.  It did lack something to make it a wonderful 5 stars and I'm not sure what it was.  But the book was worth reading if you love retellings.  




 Go Into This One Knowing 
retelling, no magic











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