The Firefighters Cinderella (A Fire and Sparks Novel) By Sonya Weiss
What’s a Cinderella to do when she’s accidentally kicked her Prince Charming in the face and broken his nose? Hold an audition, of course.
Harper Bailey is desperate to keep her family’s amusement park business up and
running, but her employees keep quitting, and the man playing prince to her
Cinderella in the company’s mainstage show is just the latest casualty. When sexy firefighter Rafferty Bradford, the most eligible bachelor in their small town,
offers to step in, Harper agrees reluctantly. After all, she and Rafferty are ex-best friends with a ton of past history. Surely they’ll have zero chemistry
Rafferty has his own reasons for agreeing to play Prince Charming, and none of them
are good. If Harper finds out the truth, it’ll just reinforce every rumor she’s
believed over the years about Rafferty’s bad rep. But when their chemistry explodes
both onstage and off, he’ll have to choose between happily-ever-after for
himself…or the Cinderella he’s fallen for.
Let’s get past a small town could Possibly entertain TWO amusement parks.
Let’s ignore the best friends who use to be inseparable, why did they fall out? And they have both been burnt by love, why would they put themselves through it again?
Ignore all that and you have a fun read. It’s part of a series, but you don’t need to read the previous ones (i haven’t and I didn’t feel I missed anything)
Harper needs a Prince Charming, and pretty fast. Her family business is relying on her, and she can’t fail them…..
Enter her ex-best friend, as kids her and Rafferty were inseparable, but one moment it’s all over, Rafferty moves on, and Harper is left healing a broken heart.
Rafferty is a player, a love them and leave them guy, but there is a reason, and when he walked away from Harper, he thought it was for the best, he misses his best friend, but not enough to ever offer her a ring. But if she had an itch, then he’s the guy to help with that.
The town thinks that Rafferty and Harper should be together, and trying to convince everyone they are only together for the amusement park is proving harder than they thought. Except would it be so bad, just to give in?
Rafferty is hiding something, and when Harper finds out, it could end their newly formed friendship.
It’s a fun read, no smut, but lots of laughs. Got to love a matchmaking granny.