Review and Giveaway – IF THE SLIPPER FITS by Olivia Drake

About the book:

Is This Love Real?

Raised in a girls’ school, Annabelle Quinn longs for the world outside the walls of the academy. When she’s hired as the governess to an orphaned duke, Annabelle never expects the child’s breathtakingly handsome guardian to capture her imagination – or her heart.

Or Are They Living In A Fairy Tale?

Falling for his young nephew’s governess is an irksome complication in Lord Simon Westbury’s orderly life, but Annabelle’s quiet beauty and wry intellect are too much to resist. Meanwhile, a mysterious danger looms over the remote Cornwall estate. Will their newfound desire stand the test of time? Or are some happy endings just too good to come true?

IF THE SLIPPER FITS is a fantastic historical romance. I love the characters, the setting, the plot, the writing…everything. Annabelle isn’t a wilting flower and she holds her own with Lord Simon quite well. Lord Simon begins the story very cold and stand-offish, but by the end he is very loving and changed. There is a mystery – someone shoots at Annabelle and the Duke of Kevern – and a fantastic twist at the end. I felt happy reading this book and finished it with a smile on my face. I can’t wait for the next book in the Cinderella Sisterhood series!

the book girl gives IF THE SLIPPER FITS a 5/5

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GIVEAWAY:

I loved this book so much that I’m giving away a copy!

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4 Comments on “Review and Giveaway – IF THE SLIPPER FITS by Olivia Drake

  1. If You Were Mine by Bella Andre! Zach was Amazing!

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  2. That would have to be Jill Shalvis’s book Lucky in Love! Loved Mallory and Ty. It was a great book.

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