Sneakers, Sandals & Stilettoes: Fairy Tales for the Well-Heeled Princess

Sneakers Sandals Stilettoes Fairy Tales for the Well Heeled Princess The Genie s Curse The magic of push up bras hip music producing jobs and trendy clothes can t undo Agnes Frump s horrendous moniker Nor can they make her neighbor Dillon McKenzie see her as anythi

  • Title: Sneakers, Sandals & Stilettoes: Fairy Tales for the Well-Heeled Princess
  • Author: Natasha Deen
  • ISBN: 9781456596705
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Genie s Curse The magic of push up bras, hip music producing jobs, and trendy clothes can t undo Agnes Frump s horrendous moniker Nor can they make her neighbor, Dillon McKenzie, see her as anything but his best buddy A midnight walk, a fateful fall, the discovery of a magic lamp, and Aggie switches priorities In her efforts to help Ebony, the kitten genie and undoThe Genie s Curse The magic of push up bras, hip music producing jobs, and trendy clothes can t undo Agnes Frump s horrendous moniker Nor can they make her neighbor, Dillon McKenzie, see her as anything but his best buddy A midnight walk, a fateful fall, the discovery of a magic lamp, and Aggie switches priorities In her efforts to help Ebony, the kitten genie and undo the curse of Aladdin s lamp, she makes a fateful mistake an inadvertent, I wish I was in Dillon s arms, and Aggie wakes up in his arms, all right as a stray dog Will Aggie and her genie figure out how to undo a wish gone wrong, or is she doomed to a life of Milk Bones, flea baths and loving Dillon from the foot of her doggy bed Shoe In for Love For shoe designer Nessie Helph, 1984 is another year in the struggle to keep herself safe from her malicious supervisor, Grace Hart Nessie s problems worsen when she finds out the company, Victor Victoria, has been sold to Leo Schumacher Known as The Lumberjack, Leo s reputation for cutting costs and hacking jobs is legendary, but Nessie s prepared for any contingency except the effect he has on her heart She may not be able to get her hair to feather like Heather Locklear s, but with a little effort and a lot of luck, she s about to prove she s not only the best girl for the job, but a shoo in for love, as well.

    One thought on “Sneakers, Sandals & Stilettoes: Fairy Tales for the Well-Heeled Princess”

    1. Two short novellas about how you should be careful what you wish for.'cause you might just get it!First is Aggie and the kitten genie. It is the better of the two writing-wuse. The second: Nessie and the Lumberjack is not well written in a snarky, Dilbert type office style that wasn't pleasent at all. These stories tell me to avoid this author, and I rarely say that

    2. So I am a big fan of writing reviews and I hope they are helpful to everyone. I try to give depth to my reviews instead of the casual, "I liked it." or "I hated it." Well, why did you hate or dislike it? Anyways on with my review!There are two short stories in this book. They are both only five chapters in length and I loved both of them! They were funny and a little mushy in places and even if my Kindle screen did fog up a bit, I loved them! They made me laugh and they were sweet!The first shor [...]

    3. Sneaker, Sandals & Stilettoes: Fairy Tales for the Well-Heeled Princess sounded so original and refreshing that I couldn’t wait to read a romantic comedy that would make me laugh and go “ahhhh” at the end (kind of like when you look at baby pictures). Instead I felt myself saying… “WTF” quite a few times. For instance, for whatever reason I believed there would be more than two short stories; there isn’t, so it was kind of like waiting for all my gifts at Christmas and getting [...]

    4. You can't go wrong with fairy tails for grown ups. Natasha Dean's Sneakers, Sandals and Stilettoes was a fun filled adventure. I loved that it was a two for one, two stories in one book. The Genie's curse starts you off where you meet Aggie and Dillon. Aggie and Dillon are neighbors and friends but Aggie dreams of being in Dillon's arms. When Aggie comes upon an old tea pot that was so much more then it appeared to be, being in Dillon's arms becomes a hilarious adventure that had me laughing unt [...]

    5. As I read this, I kept changing back and forth between a 3-star and a 4-star rating. But since it made me smile throughout, I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt, rate it 3.5 stars and round up. Interestingly, though, I really have no idea what the title means or what it refers to. There is one connection to shoes in the second story (the main character is a shoe designer), but there's no mention beyond a brief discussion about a new design concept. Odd. This book is actually a combinati [...]

    6. Laugh-out-loud humor won my heartA book title like Sneakers, Sandals, and Stilettoes is sure to attract the attention of ladies everywhere, and readers won’t be disappointed. Fairy-tales for the well-heeled woman-in-you princess is a delightful concept. Deen superbly delivers with the kind of wit and hilarity that leaves chuckles echoing, even after the book is put down. The very nature of a fairy tale means anything can happen. Dreams can come true but the path to happiness is sure to be frau [...]

    7. A quick and easy read, great for an afternoon break. I enjoyed that the tales were a little quirky and there were definitely lines that made me laugh. They were well suited to the shorter novella format. There were some grammatical/editing problems, but I'd be likely to read another story/book by this author.

    8. 2.75 stars/Fiction; ChicklitTwo individual stories centered around familiar fairy tales. Honestly, I had higher hopes for this book. I like chick lit and try to keep an open mind to most stories. There were definitely some cute moments, but overall it was kind of strange. Better than okay but not sure I would recommend it to anyone.

    9. I am playing the adult reading game at our library and had to read a book in the romance category. I picked this book because the author is the author-in-residence at the library. Two fairy tales that were silly.

    10. Natasha Deen drew me right into her fairy tale. I was entranced by the romance between her characters and she even succeeded in having me believe the unbelievable. But what I most liked about her book was how she managed to bring the reader into the mind of a dog. Cute, adorable and real.

    11. I knew the second I started reading this 2 book story that I had to read it all before going to bed and I am sure glad I did those stories will give me peaceful and happy dreams tonight. Thank you Natasha Your Fan,Natasha Lavoie

    12. The second story in this book wasn't completely terrible except it was pretty predictable. It had a few funny moments, but it was overall not something I'll read again, or recommend. The first story just weirded me out. Glad it was free.

    13. This book was a warm, funny romance with two delightful stories. I read them each in one sitting. Natasha Deen has a way of bringing characters to life and grabbing readers' attention from the first page to the last.

    14. Very cuteThere were two stories in this one book. I laughed through both of them and found them cute. If you just want some light reading, I recommend it

    15. Unfortunately I can't rate the book since it wound up in my DNF pile. Written well enough but not good enough that it kept my interest. Too cheesy for my taste.

    16. Enjoyed the first story much more than the second story. The first was an adaptation of a fairy tale. I'm not sure of what fairy tale the second story was an adaptation of.

    17. Feisty fairy talesI would recommend this to any reader who loves fairy tales but likes re makes! so cute and hilariously sassy!!

    18. Refreshingnice to read a book that isn't all about kink and sex. This was funny and entertaining, I will recommend it.

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