My rating: 4/5 stars
You know that time when you don’t want complicated? You just want a lazy and lovely book to keep you entertained? I felt exactly like that last week and my wish was granted. I found Seducing Cinderella and it was just what I needed: a great hero, a funny heroine and a sweet love story with an extra topping of steamy scenes and not complicated plot for my scrambled brain.
So, Reid is a mixed martial art fighter who needs help in fixing an injury he got just weeks before an important match. Who better to help him out that Lucie, his best friend sister, who is a physical therapist and can reshape him in no time. What Reid forgot to consider was how natural and beautiful Lucie is, but considering he has to focus on his career, the attraction for her had to be kept aside.
The problem is that Lucie is not very cooperative and considers Reid deadline as unrealistic for what a therapist might achieve. The solution? Reid offers Lucie a complete make over in order to get the man that she loves, a doctor colleague of her that doesn’t give her attention. She reluctantly agrees and as you can imagine, they will end up falling for one another:)
I know, it was not unpredictable, surprising or whatever. But it was soooo sweet:) I loved Reid duality, the fighter and the lover. The way he behaved towards Lucie and the confidence he inflicted in her by making her aware of her qualities.
I liked Lucie as well, a great girl with a lot of insecurities, but the way Reid helped her was amazing and totally transformed the shy girl from the beginning to a very cool chick.
I loved the chemistry that they had, the love scenes were actually impressive and I liked Gina’s interpretation of them. They were bold and hot and different in every scenario. You didn’t have that feeling ” here we go again”, no.. They were diverse and actually very fitting for the plot and characters.
In a few words, I totally liked it, just that I won’t give it 5 stars because the plot was too easy but it deserved a royally 4 stars for everything I have read there 🙂