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If the Shoe Fits (Once Upon A Romance, #1)

by Laurie LeClair

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FROM AMAZON: What happens when a modern day Cinderella's dreams don't involve getting married?

Romance? Love? In this Once Upon A Romance Series Book 1 romantic comedy, Charlotte (Charlie) King doesn't have time for either one. All she wants is her late father's dream to come true by making his beloved King's Department Store thrive again. However, her stepmother has other ideas. Charlie agrees to help her stepmother find grooms for her sheltered stepsisters. In exchange, the stepmother will release her stronghold on the store's budget. After all, one good deed deserves another, right? But, Charlie has no idea what her heart's in for when...

Alexander (Alex) Royale, dubbed by society newspapers as Prince Charming, arrives for dinner to meet the all-female King family. His ailing grandparents yearn for his marriage and then the baby carriage. Well, that and running the family company. Having unsuccessfully searched for months, Alex doesn't hold out any hope in finding his future bride among the King sisters. However, all his expectations, including his idea of a business-like marriage of convenience, vanish the moment Charlie crashes into him.

When Alex sets out out to win over Charlotte, he has no idea he has to bargain with the stepmother, secretly buy the store, court Charlotte after the wedding, and, oh yeah, be featured in Charlie's new fairy tale ad campaign, The Charmings, based on them. Can a guy ever get a break?

The couple never factored in falling in love with each other. Now, faced with losing all their families ever wanted, Charlie and Alex must choose: Do they live their families' dreams or do they finally live their own?

This is the first book in the contemporary romantic comedy trilogy Once Upon a Romance
  AdorableArlene | Dec 7, 2013 |
I really enjoyed this cute little romance. It incorportated a little fantasy with the fairy tale like structure, and romance with how Alex treated Charlie even after he couldn't give her the dreams she wanted. I loved Charlie's character, she was carefree, loving and giving and funny all rolled into one. She was a perfect match for Alex's uptown stuckup character. ( )
  wndy2011 | Nov 14, 2013 |
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