City of Wishes: The Complete Cinderella Story

Rachel Morgan
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Cinderella retold: A human slave, a fae prince, and a Godmother who’ll grant any wish—if you pay the price.


In a world of fae, vampires and shifters, where magic is real and wishes can be bought and bargained for, Elle is on society's bottommost rung: she's human.


To make matters worse, she's also a slave, bound to her stepmother by magic.


Her only hope at freedom is to wish for it.


But the Godmother rules the illegal wish trade, and the price she demands is steep.


Elle has never been desperate enough to summon her.


Until now.



This collection includes all 6 episodes in the CITY OF WISHES Cinderella retelling:


1. The Memory Thief


2. The Vampire Trap


3. The Moonlight Masquerade


4. The Eternal Night


5. The Starlight Quest


6. The Everafter Wish

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Rachel Morgan
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Published on
Aug 20, 2019
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Pages
660
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ISBN
9781928510123
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology
Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary
Fiction / Fantasy / Urban
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