Cinderella Deal on sale $1.99

I always feel iffy about promoting my books on here. Sort of like shoving them at people at a party and saying, “Give me money!” OTOH, it’s two bucks. So . . .

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The Cinderella Deal
by Jennifer Crusie
$1.99 / $11.99 (83% Off)
Bestsellers
Will free spirit Daisy Flattery enjoy a happily ever after with her modern-day Prince Charming? After agreeing to pose as history professor Linc Blaise’s fiancée, she sure hopes so. Will these opposites attract or will Daisy be left before midnight? With 1,350 Goodreads.com ratings, you’ll want to read this magical story—with or without help from your fairy godmother.
Available on: Kindle, Nook, Google Play, iBooks, and Kobo

Warning: It’s from the 90’s so it’s dated.

(And thank you to Kelly for reminding me!)

24 thoughts on “Cinderella Deal on sale $1.99

  1. Goodness! Don’t feel iffy. First, it’s YOUR blog. Second, you provide SO MUCH in terms of awesome writing help, show reviews, and creative projects, that even if your books weren’t favorites, it’d be ok. But they ARE favorites so it’s way better than ok.

    Thanks for the nudge. 🙂

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  2. THE CINDERELLA DEAL is one of my favorites of your earlier books (with TRUST ME ON THIS). Hope everyone else who reads it enjoys it as much.

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  3. Yep, one of my favourites too. Often listen to an audio book version when I have a lot of driving to do; Cinderella Deal, Agnes, Wild Ride, and…. you get the pictures.

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  4. Oh man, this is definitely one of my favorite comfort reads. I think it’s something about all of the decorating details…the vicarious experience is soothing, like Trading Spaces without the obnoxious drama.

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  5. This is the book I point to when I say, “Here’s an example of a character who is quirky but not a Manic Pixie Dream Girl. IT CAN BE DONE.”

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  6. You’re welcome! 🙂

    Of course, it is kind of like preaching to the choir. Good chance that 99% of us already own it, but maybe not in the e version.

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  7. The only thing that might be considered dated about it is no cell phones, but since most of us are also from the 90’s, well, OK, the 70’s, and 80’s, etc., it seems pretty normal.
    Except that we no longer have sexist assholes in a position of power…oh, wait.
    Anyway, it’s a book I enjoy. I love that phrase about the protagonist’s wicked step sisters: “disappointed mouths” (or “faces”, but the image stuck.)

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  8. One of my favorites. As a very quirky professor, I related to both characters. I often re read this when the semester is crazy as an escapist fantasy. But not for the romance for the prof life!

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  9. Got my copy first day. My set is complete pb, audio and ebook. This was one of the first of your books that I read (first was Fast Women). This one usually makes me cry and it is so sweet. I like Linc, he learns fast.

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  10. Like the others above…have it, read it (again and again and again…). Comfort read — whenever I want a guaranteed pick-me-up, one of the first I grab. One of my faves, perhaps because it is so warm and because the characters are so likable. Plus I can so relate to Daisy decorating the house. I think I need to run downstairs and grab it now — I’m in need of some cheering up right now!

    ( oh, yes, and never be ashamed to tell us about deals on your books — I am certain that I am not the only one who’s had to replace their first copy of their favorite books. Plus e-books are transportable, so always there when I need them)

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  11. Sometimes I regret that I already own all your books and read them all too. The thrill of discovery is gone, even though I re-read them occasionally, just for fun. But I remember my first encounter with a Jennifer Crusie book and I envy that to the readers new to you. In my case, a bookseller from our neighborhood second-hand bookstore suggested one of your books, when I complained to her about my depression. I was young, unemployed, a single mother with two kids, and I was very low in spirit. I came to her and said: give me something to lift my mood. She did – one of the earlier ones. I fell in love. And of course she knew her job well: my mood lifted.

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  12. I love this one–have read it many times. And I think self-promotion is fine, as long it is only about 10-20% of the blog. Since in your case it is about .01%, I think you’re good 🙂

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  13. I still have my paperback version that’s been read more than once!! Please don’t worry about telling us about your books!! We don’t always know.

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  14. You give us lots of other value. So a “buy my book” once in a sale is quite ok.

    The ones that annoy me are the FB/Twitter/blog with NOTHING but “Buy my book!” “Buy my friend’s book!”, “Buy my label-mates book!” “Look! somebody reviewed my book, buy it!” “Look! My label-mate tweeted about my book, buy my book.” “Look! My label mate tweeted about his/her book. My his/her book.”
    Substitute Reblog or Retweet for “Look” and amazon etc. link for “buy” and you can imagine how fatiguing this is.

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  15. It’s already sitting on my Keeper shelf, having been returned to me from whoever I last lent it to. Happy belated birthday. Mine is today and I had fun. Off to get a glass of wine and read. Nirvana

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