Let the Glass Slipper Sisters style your regal table to perfection, thanks to the gorgeous, but quick and inexpensive adornments and easy-to-prepare scrumptious delights. You’ll even find a few party games that can be adapted for your royal guests whatever their age. Excerpts from the following books are included within the pages:
Cinderella’s Enchanted Night by Amber Daulton
Cinderella Had It Easy by Jennifer Conner
Cinderella Series – the collection by Kae Elle Wheeler
Cinder the Fae by Rebecca R. Ganiere
Fairy Tale Flirts by Lisa Scott
Fooling Around With Cinderella by Stacy Juba
Home Sweet Texas Home by Caroline Clemmons
Nobody’s Cinderella by Joan Reeves
Pumpkin: A Cindermama Story by Ines Johnson
Savage Cinderella by PJ Sharon
Second Chance Cinderella by Sharon Kleve
Spellbound Cinderella by Angela Ford
The Cinderella Princess by Melissa McClone
The Thin Person Inside by Rochelle Weber
Wishful Thinking by Lynette Sofras
"Toasting author Stacy Juba with glass slippers bubbling with champagne! I absolutely LOVE Fooling Around with Cinderella - Stacy's created an enchanting place I want to visit. Fabulous characters, a drop-dead funny, gorgeous heroine (with glasses), some real sisters who need a few good verbal whacks, a nasty villain, and so much more. I loved it and want MORE!"
Elaine Raco Chase, award-winning romance author
“ I give 25 Years in the Rearview Mirror: 52 Authors Look Back by Stacy Juba a definite A+!” Emeraldfire's Bookmark
“These short, autobiographical stories are variously interesting, entertaining, enlightening, and all the other adjectives sometimes used to describe a good tale of this type. They stand on their own. But they also give the reader some exposure to an author they might not be aware of, and what avid reader isn’t on the lookout for that?” Big Al's Books and Pals
Subjects: Free, free books, essay collections, anthology, writing life, inspirational, motivational, biographical, memoirs
“Is there more to this murder than a jealous spouse? Juba takes her short mystery to a twist ending that will take you by surprise. Laundry Day includes many extras, including an author interview and several bonus chapters from her novels.” Jacqueline Vick, A Writer's Jumble
“No easy task, Juba crafts a quality, satisfying mystery in an impressively short space.” Book Brouhaha
“This is my first introduction to the cozy mystery genre and it definitely has my interest now.” Curled Up With A Good Book and A Cup of Tea
Subjects: Free, free books, cozy mystery, short story, mystery short story, murder mystery, New England mystery
Rancher Will Harrison rescues her from the raging waters and she’s his guest for the next thirty-six hours. That’s long enough for Will to fall head over heels in major attraction, and he has a hunch she might feel the same. He has a plan to keep her around until he convinces her to move out of the fast lane and into his life forever. But two predators have other plans for Aurora. Can Will save her in time? Can Aurora save herself?
Rancher/entrepeneur Derek Corrigan has incredible instincts for flourishing in the business world. With women, not so much. In fact, his friends bemoan he’s King Midas where money is concerned, but his judgment of women is pathetic--evidenced by his late wife and now the flamboyant woman he’s been escorting of late. As far as Derek is concerned, all he wants is to be a good dad to his children Warren, aged 8, and Meg, aged 5. Derek suspects the worst of his new neighbor and vows to fight his attraction for her. The only way he can protect his children and himself is to keep his private life very private. Besides, he knows what women do to him--they always leave and take chunks of his heart with them. He's been there, done that, had the vaccination and is cured. Isn't he?
Holly Tucker despises yet is attracted to the dynamic man who bought shares in the family business that her gambler father foolishly lost. Was Holly’s stepmother telling the truth and Trent caused the heart attack that killed Holly’s father? As their fascination pulls them together, Holly realizes her stepmother must have lied. But Holly cares way too much for Trent. When she learns he’s a gambler, she swears she will give her body to him, but not her soul. A lifetime of repairing her father’s gambling follies has cured her of loving a gambler. Or has it?