Manhattan magazine editor Macie Graham always gets her story—and she’ll do anything to uncover the dirt on famous radio personality Ross Mannon. After he smears her article on his show, nearly costing Macie her job, she devises a plan to masquerade as a modern-day Cinderella and get her revenge on the infuriating Texan.
All Ross wants is a woman with old-fashioned values to be his housekeeper and role model for his troubled teenage daughter. When the perfect woman shows up, Ross is relieved—until he finds himself drawn to his gorgeous, red-stiletto-wearing new employee. “Martha Jane” is opinionated and sexy, and Ross is intrigued…and more than a little turned on.
Macie thought Operation Cinderella was foolproof, but Ross, with his rugged good looks and southern charm, proves to be as perfect behind-the-scenes as he does in public. But when she finally uncovers a secret that could destroy Ross’s reputation, she faces losing her job or losing the fairy-tale ending she didn’t even know she wanted.
Release date: October 15th 2012
This was pure and simple a Cinderella story on the new century. Macie is very successful and decides to pretend to be the perfect housekeeper to discover all the dirty stories about the past of the infamous Ross Mannon.
I liked Ross and his views for life and family. He had a hard time with his own and he knows the world is not perfect, but he’s trying really hard to understand his teenage daughter better. He’s fun, smart and a really good looking guy, so I could see this Cinderella having real problems an unwanted attraction.
I also loved the shoe story. The reason why she received and her friends are really fun, plus I liked the romance in this book. It’s a very real story. She liked and Ross was single for a long time. It made things easier because she was living with him. But I actually found some funny parts and this book was a very good romance.
Series in Order
#1.5 – A Cinderella Christmas Carol
#1 – Operation Cinderella