My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Stealing Cinderella (A Sinister Fairy Tale) by A. Zavarelli @EJBookPromos @AZavarelliBooks

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Once again A. Zavarelli does not disappoint. She knows how to write dark, twisted, depraved, and a beautiful love story.

Thorsen is the heir apparent of Norway, but he doesn’t want the job, nor does he care what his father wants. His father ridiculed him and treated him as if he didn’t matter for years, why should he want to do what his father wants? He is dark, tormented, twisted and has no use for doing his father’s bidding. If he could leave and renounce the crown, he would, but it would mean exile from his mother as well as his country.

Ella has not had the best life, nor has she had an easy life, but somehow she still has a heart and a kindness that hasn’t been destroyed yet. When an opportunity arises where she can meet the Prince and ask for his help, she takes it, only there is a mix-up and she ends up meeting the wrong Prince.

I loved this story. It is dark, twisted, sad, and beautiful. The lives of Thorsen and Ella are from a Fairytale, but their lives are anything but, that is until they meet each other and find the one that completes them and would anything for them. This story does have a fairytale ending even with the darkness and sadness that these two endure. If you like twisted tales, dark love stories, or A. Zavarelli, you will love this story. I give it a 5-star review. I couldn’t put it down once I picked it up.

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