Cinders Like Glass

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LOOM Press, Jul 29, 2021 - Fiction - 234 pages
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A classic Cinderella fairytale with a Victorian Twist.

With her guiding hand, Lady Ada turns the mundane into the magnificent, lumps of charcoal into beautiful sketches-and second-hand clothes into gorgeous gowns. Only her debilitating stutter is beyond reach.

When her cruel brother is accused of treason, he threatens her-she must help him, or be thrown into an asylum, claiming her stutter as evidence of an unsound mind.

Like a rabid dog, the Duke of Girard is consumed with uncovering the traitorous plot surrounding Lady Ada's brother. She holds the key to solving the mystery, but is unable to speak.

He's determined to interrogate the woman, but the longer he's in her company, the more kind he becomes. With Lady Ada's brother on the loose, can the Duke of Girard win her trust-and her heart-in time to save the queen?

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I had the pleasure of reading the first installlment from the Victorian Retellings by Clarissa Kae, A Dark Beauty. I was excited to have the opportunity to read the second book, Cinders Like Glass. I enjoyed this version and retelling of Cinderella. It was fun to see a whole new twist to this tale. I really liked it.
Cinders Like Glass four and a half stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy reading clean books that reimagine beloved fairy tales. I look forward to reading the next book from the Victorian Retellings series.
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About the author (2021)

Clarissa Kae is a preeminent voice whose professional career began as a freelance editor in 2007. She's the former president of her local California Writers Club after spending several years as the Critique Director.Since her first novel, she's explored different writing genres and created a loyal group of fans who eagerly await her upcoming release. With numerous awards to her name, Clarissa continues to honor the role of storyteller.?Aside from the writing community, she and her daughters founded Kind Girls Make Strong Women to help undervalued nonprofit organizations--from reuniting children with families to giving Junior Olympic athletes their shot at success.

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