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Finding Cinderella by Colleen Hoover Review

Title: Finding Cinderella

Author: Colleen Hoover

First published October 14, 2013

130 pages, ebook

Rating: 4.09


In “Finding Cinderella” by Colleen Hoover, Daniel and a mysterious girl agree to fall in love for just one hour, under the cover of darkness. But when the girl disappears like Cinderella at midnight, Daniel is left to wonder if their connection was just a figment of his imagination.

A year later, Daniel meets Six, an eccentric girl with an unforgettable name and an unpredictable personality. As their relationship blossoms, Daniel realizes that love is more than just a fairy tale, but it might also come with its own set of challenges.

Can Daniel and Six overcome their pasts to build a future together, or will the secrets they keep threaten to tear them apart? Find out in this heartwarming and bittersweet romance.

About the Author

As an author, I have written books in various genres including romance, young adult, thriller, women’s fiction and paranormal romance. I don’t like to restrict myself to one particular genre and prefer to explore different styles of writing.

If someone tries to limit me, I won’t hesitate to break free.

You can find me on social media platforms under the username @colleenhoover almost everywhere except for my email which is [email protected].

In addition to my writing, I have also founded a charity and Book Bonanza.

Editoral Review

Finding Cinderella by Colleen Hoover is a heartwarming contemporary romance novel that explores the themes of love, loss, and self-discovery. Colleen Hoover is a well-known New York Times bestselling author known for her captivating stories and relatable characters.

The story revolves around Daniel, a teenage boy who works in the library and falls in love with a mystery girl who, unbeknownst to him, is hiding in the library. As he tries to find her, he meets Six, who becomes his friend and confidante.

Six is a funny and quirky character who helps Daniel open up and face his fears. As the story unfolds, we see Daniel and Six falling in love and trying to find themselves amidst their personal struggles.

Finding Cinderella takes place in Texas, and the setting is described in a way that brings out the warmth and beauty of the place. One of the strengths of the book is its writing style.

Colleen Hoover’s writing is engaging, witty, and full of emotions. The characters are well-developed, and the reader is invested in their lives from the beginning.

The dialogue between Daniel and Six is hilarious and realistic, and their banter is the highlight of the book. The pacing of the book is well-done, and the plot structure is well-crafted.

Colleen Hoover weaves together the different threads of the story seamlessly, building up to a satisfying conclusion. However, the book does have some flaws.

The story is predictable, and the big reveal towards the end may not come as a surprise to some readers. Also, the book is short, and some of the characters could have been given more space to develop.

Overall, Finding Cinderella is a delightful read for anyone who loves a good romance novel. It’s a book that will make you laugh, cry and feel all the emotions in between.

Colleen Hoover’s ability to create relatable characters and write engaging dialogue sets her apart in the genre of contemporary romance. I would recommend this book to young adults and anyone looking for a light-hearted and heartwarming read.

It’s a book that reminds us that love can be found in unexpected places and that no matter how broken we are, there’s always hope for healing. Rating: 4/5